School Counselor Spotlight: Nancy Castro-Nieto Retires

By Liliana Silva, COSA Sweetwater Union High School District
Almost a year ago, on July 17, 2019, Liz Murray, a teacher, motivational speaker and advocate for students experiencing homelessness was a keynote speaker for Sweetwater Union High School District’s all staff professional development. That day, she said, “It’s not a question of will you or won’t you make a difference. It’s what kind of difference will you make.” Throughout her 33 years as a counselor of Sweetwater Union High School District, Nancy Castro Nieto has made positive, life-changing differences for students, parents, staff and community. Nancy believes that no work is too great or too small; that all things are accomplished as we speak less and do more and each person has something to contribute; and together, anything is possible.
Those in the Sweetwater community know Nancy to be kind-hearted, positive, and a champion of students. She always goes the extra mile to bring additional services and resources to the Sou…

Tentative Agreement for the 2020-2021 School Year has Been Reached

A huge thank you to our bargaining team for their dedication and hard work for the counselors of the Sweetwater Union High School District. Members, please check your emails for details. 

Articulation meeting with feeder schools πŸ‘ŠπŸ»πŸ‘ŒπŸΌπŸ™ŒπŸ»

Come out and #vote today @soctyteachers offices 8AM-5PM. See you there! #SCGA

SCGA Team TAed. More to follow. Thanks SCGA members for your support! #SCGA

Congrats again to Ms. Dinnah Donato-Palmore for being selected as Counselor of the Year. She was recently recognized by Mr. SolΓ­s for her amazing contributions for our students #puttingstudentsfirst #SCGA #counselorscare @sweetwateruhsd