Hayward Unified School District

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In observance of the holiday season, HUSD will be closed from Monday, Dec. 21st through Friday, January 1st. Please note...
12/18/2020

In observance of the holiday season, HUSD will be closed from Monday, Dec. 21st through Friday, January 1st. Please note that student meal services will not take place during winter break. Please visit: husd.us for full information. #HappyHolidays!

HUSD families mark your calendars. We will be distributing family meal boxes next Tuesday, December 15th on a first come...
12/11/2020

HUSD families mark your calendars. We will be distributing family meal boxes next Tuesday, December 15th on a first come first served basis. #MadeInHayward

Parents and guardians, please join us this week for our virtual Reopening and Distance Learning Town-halls with our Supe...
12/07/2020

Parents and guardians, please join us this week for our virtual Reopening and Distance Learning Town-halls with our Superintendent Dr. Matt Wayne. #MadeInHayward

Join HUSD’s Parent University tonight from 6-7!pm for its last #ParentPowerSession of 2020. Parent Power Sessions will r...
12/01/2020

Join HUSD’s Parent University tonight from 6-7!pm for its last #ParentPowerSession of 2020. Parent Power Sessions will resume in mid-January. #MadeInHayward

We wish you and your loved ones, a happy, safe and healthy holiday. #MadeInHayward
11/26/2020

We wish you and your loved ones, a happy, safe and healthy holiday. #MadeInHayward

Our schools sites and district office will be closed to the public starting Monday, November 23 - Friday, November 27th....
11/20/2020

Our schools sites and district office will be closed to the public starting Monday, November 23 - Friday, November 27th. #HappyThanksgiving

Join the conversation, this Thursday, November 19th, from 6-7 pm. **PLEASE REGISTER. Spanish interpretation will be prov...
11/17/2020

Join the conversation, this Thursday, November 19th, from 6-7 pm. **PLEASE REGISTER. Spanish interpretation will be provided. Visit husd.us/parentmeetings for more information.

11/11/2020

Hayward Unified School District, thanks our Veterans and their families for their service. Please note that the district office and school sites will be closed today, Wednesday, November 11, in observance. #MadeInHayward

Today is the day, get out and vote! #YourVoteMatters
11/03/2020

Today is the day, get out and vote! #YourVoteMatters

Halloween is a huge deal at East Avenue, this year wasn’t going to be the exception #HappyHalloween
11/01/2020

Halloween is a huge deal at East Avenue, this year wasn’t going to be the exception #HappyHalloween

YEP’s Bridge To College is pre-enrolling 7th-12th graders for its spring 2021 program. Last day to pre-enroll is Novembe...
10/29/2020

YEP’s Bridge To College is pre-enrolling 7th-12th graders for its spring 2021 program. Last day to pre-enroll is November 6th!

Breakfast, lunch and dinner are now being served to all of our enrolled students. Visit, husd.us/fs for full details. #M...
10/26/2020

Breakfast, lunch and dinner are now being served to all of our enrolled students. Visit, husd.us/fs for full details. #MadeInHayward

Parents and caregivers, join us and Kid Power for a two part online Parent Power Workshop. Part one will be next Thursda...
10/19/2020

Parents and caregivers, join us and Kid Power for a two part online Parent Power Workshop. Part one will be next Thursday, October 29th. #MadeInHayward

Mark your calendar for next week’s #ParentPowerSession. Navigating Clever & Asynchronous Time, starting at 6 p.m. offere...
10/16/2020

Mark your calendar for next week’s #ParentPowerSession. Navigating Clever & Asynchronous Time, starting at 6 p.m. offered in Spanish and English. #MadeInHayward

Join us in giving all of our school administrators a huge thank you for all that they do for our students, staff and com...
10/15/2020

Join us in giving all of our school administrators a huge thank you for all that they do for our students, staff and community. #WeekOfTheSchoolAdministrator

Please note that since this aired, our list of distribution sites for meals has changed. For the most updated list, go t...
03/14/2020
"Me la voy tener que llevar al trabajo": padres de familia se dicen angustiados por el cierre de escuelas

Please note that since this aired, our list of distribution sites for meals has changed. For the most updated list, go to www.husd.us/fs

Tenga en cuenta que desde que se emitió esto, nuestra lista de sitios de distribución para comidas ha cambiado. Para obtener la lista más actualizada, vaya a www.husd.us/fs

Padres de familia del Distrito Escolar de Hayward intentan descifrar quién se hará cargo de sus hijos durante la suspensión de clases por tres semanas.

This summer, Hayward kids under 18 years old will receive a free lunch and participate in reading activities.Tuesdays an...
06/15/2019

This summer, Hayward kids under 18 years old will receive a free lunch and participate in reading activities.

Tuesdays and Thursdays
June 24-August 1
11:00am to 1:30pm
Weekes Park

Our great partners at the Hayward Police Department!
02/07/2019

Our great partners at the Hayward Police Department!

Hayward has G.R.E.A.T.!
For the past several years, our School Resource Officers have partnered with the Hayward Unified School District to provide the Gang Resistance Education And Training program. Our Officers love the chance they get to interact with our elementary and middle school students to help them build self-confidence so they can make better choices and meet their goals in life. We celebrate the end of the 13-lesson program with a graduation and present the kids with their certificate for completing the course. Thank you to Mr Adolph and his Palma Ceia Elementary School class for allowing us to be a part of it!

Congratulations to our very own Kristina Adams! HUSD Early Learning
02/01/2019
EveryChild California

Congratulations to our very own Kristina Adams! HUSD Early Learning

The Hayward Area Chamber of Commerce has honored EveryChild California State Board member Kristina Adams (Director of Early Childhood Education Programs, Hayward Unified School District) as their educator of the year! We are so proud of Kristina! Check out some photos and a video of her speech below!

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24411 Amador Street
Hayward, CA
94544-1931

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Congratulations to Hayward Unified School District for recieving the 2020 Best Communities for Music Education Award! This national award provides HUSD with recognition and acknowledgment of our outstanding music education programs. Way to go Hayward!
With all the closures , how are we supposed to register our future kindergarteners? My son is supposed to start in the fall this year !
You guys called saying there is a Coronavirus Update on your site but the site is so slow I can’t open the link.
Come enjoy dinner and entertainment at the Mt. Eden Concert Choir Fundraiser.
Get your ticket to see Mama Mia at Mt.Eden High School.
Michelle Maile posted this on June 6th. I felt it was worth sharing with our school district. "I just closed the door to my beloved first grade classroom, walked to the office and turned in my keys. No, it’s not just for the summer. I’m not coming back. Why would a teacher of the year nominee, who loves what she does, who has the best team, the best students and parents, and was lucky enough to be at the best elementary school not want to come back? Let me tell you why…. 1. Class size. Everything in my training, what I know about kids and what I see every day says that early childhood classes should be at 24 or less. (ideally 22 or less) Kids are screaming for attention. There are so many students who have social or emotional disorders. They NEED their teacher to take time to listen to them. They NEED their teacher to see them. They NEED less students in their class. The people making these decisions are NOT looking out for the students’ best interests, and have very obviously NEVER taught elementary kids. 2. Respect. I feel disrespected by the district all year long. They don’t trust that I know what I am doing. I have a college degree, go to trainings every year, read books and articles about kids, and most importantly, work with kids every day. I KNOW something about how they learn and what works best for them. Please listen to us. 3. Testing. Stop testing young kids. It doesn’t do anyone any good. Do you know which kids slept poorly last night? Do you know who didn’t have breakfast? Do you know who’s parents are fighting? Do you know who forgot their glasses and can’t see the computer? Do you know who struggles to read, but has come so far, just not on your timeline? You don’t, but I do. I know some of my best students score poorly on their tests because of life circumstances. I know some of my lower students guessed their way through and got lucky. Why stress kids out by testing them? How about you ask ME, the professional, how they are doing? Ask ME, the teacher who sees these kids every single day. Ask ME, the teacher who knows the handwriting of all 27 kids. Ask ME, the adult in their life who may be more constant than their own parents. Ask ME, then let me teach. 4. I felt like I was drowning. So many things beyond teaching are pushed on teachers. Go to this extra meeting, try this new curriculum, watch this video, then implement it in to your next lesson, fill out this survey monkey to let us know how you feel (even though it won’t make any difference), make clothes for the school play, you need to pay for that yourself because there’s no money from the school for it. There’s no music teacher today, so you don’t get a planning time. There are weeks I truly felt like I was drowning and couldn’t get a breath until Friday at 5:00. (NOT 3:00) 5. Pay. I knew becoming a teacher would never make me rich. That has never been my goal. I wanted to work with kids. I wanted to help kids. I wanted to make enough money to take care of my own kids. Sadly this isn’t the case for so many teachers who have to work two jobs to support their own families. This isn’t right. The school system is broken. It may be broken beyond repair. Why are counselors being taken away when we need them more than ever? Why are art and music classes disappearing when these forms of expression have been proven to release stress in an overstressed world. Why are librarians being cut when we should be encouraging kids to pick up an actual book instead of being behind a screen? Do you know how many elementary students are on anti-anxiety and anti-depression medications? Look. The number will astound you. So where am I going? Because I still love kids and what to help them with their education, I will be an online charter school teacher. I will be helping families who have chosen to homeschool their kids. They also see that the school system is broken. When I told my school I was leaving, I had multiple veteran teachers say, “I would do the same if I was younger.” “I am so glad you are getting out now.” “It is only going to get worse.” “I don’t see it ever getting better.” It makes me sad. I have three kids that are still part of this public school system. If you are a public school parent, fight. Fight for your kids. Fight for smaller class sizes and pay raises for overworked teachers. Fight to keep art and music in the schools. Please support teachers whenever and wherever you can. I have been so lucky to have so many amazing parents. I couldn’t have done what I have without them. I am sad to leave, but happy to go."