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SUMMER MEAL PROGRAMS
KIDS AND TEENS FREE MEALS


California's summer nutrition programs can help
feed your children healthy meals during the summer months.

Click below for more information:
Summer Meal Programs.pdf
DISTRICT BUDGET/FACILITIES COMMITTEE POSITIONS AVAILABLE

JSUSD Budget Subcommittee has three (3) openings for Parent/Community representatives.
JSUSD Facilities Subcommittee has one (1) opening for a Parent/Community representative.

If interested, application is available below.

Application - Budget and Facilities Committees 3-15.pdf

Daily Announcements

Principal’s Message:

Academics:

John Swett High School is committed to excellence in our academic programs.  We have made tremendous progress dramatically improving our Academic Performance Index (API) this year to 770.  We are dedicated to the preparation of our students to succeed in the 21st century.  We recently were selected for the CAPE program to expand AP offerings at JSHS.

 Press Release:

“Congratulations!  In partnership with the College Board and Senator Ed Hernandez (D-West Covina), John Swett High within John Swett Unified has been selected to participate in The College Board’s new California AP Potential™ Expansion (CAPE) initiative. The initiative supports the California state law SB 532, passed on September 6th, 2011, which encourages all public high schools to offer at least five AP® courses.  John Swett High was chosen for CAPE because it was noted that there are currently fewer than eight AP courses being offered. Based upon each student’s individual PSAT/NMQST® score report, many students within your school population have strong potential to be successful in AP courses that are currently not offered at your school.”  This is great news for our school and community and was made possible by our dedicated school staff and high achieving students.


Parents - to view your students' grades, click the parent portal below, to logon, or create a new account.  
Parent Portal

Welcome to John Swett High School

How Do I Apply for Financial Aid?

1. Apply for admission to college by the due date.

2. Apply for a PIN at www.pin.ed.gov. Your parents should also apply for a PIN so they can electronically sign your FAFSA

3. Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by March 2, 2015, or by the specified date of a specific college, some require the paperwork by the application due date. This form is required for all federal student aid eligibility and for the Cal Grant program.The FAFSA is available at www.fafsa.ed.gov or from your high school.

4. Complete the CSS/Financial Aid PROFILE (not required by every school, but by most private schools) by March 2, 2015, or earlier if specified by college. All students who wish to be considered for College funded aid must complete a CSS/Financial Aid PROFILE. This form requires a processing fee and is available at www.collegeboard.org.

5. If you are a California resident you are encouraged to apply for a Cal Grant administered by the California Student Aid Commission.
To apply for a Cal Grant you must complete a FAFSA and a Cal Grant GPA Verification Form by the Cal Grant deadline of March 2, 2015. John Swett counseling office will submit verification electronically.

Please see Ms. Tassone if you have any questions.

*Please call the financial aid office of specific colleges for further assistance.


The PSAT Test will be Wednesday Oct. 15th

Please see the counselor Ms. Tassone ASAP to sign up

Today, 7/5/2015
High: 77 Low: 57
Partly sunny
1% chance of precipitation.
Tomorrow, 7/6/2015
High: 75 Low: 56
Partly sunny
0% chance of precipitation.