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YEP Secondary Programs

YEP Secondary Programs Contacts

Coordinator
 
Maya Hernandez
Habla Español
Coordinator, Before and After School Programs, Middle & High Schools
 alhernandez@husd.k12.ca.us
 510.723.3857 x34197


Middle Schools

Sally Espinosa-Herrera
Field Coordinator
 sespinosa@husd.k12.ca.us

 510.723.3857 x34194

Paula Taper
Anthony Ochoa Middle School
Operations Supervisor
Classroom: M3
 ptaper@husd.k12.ca.us

 510.935.1102 cell

Denita Taylor
Bret Harte Middle School
Operations Supervisor
Classroom: 22
 detaylor@husd.k12.ca.us

 510.935.1099 cell

Andrew Allen
Cesar Chavez Middle School
Operations Supervisor
Classroom: Room 1
 aallen@husd.k12.ca.us

 510.935.1104 cell

Ricardo Padilla
Martin Luther King Middle School
Operations Supervisor
Classroom: 17
 rpadilla@husd.k12.ca.us

 510.935.1105 cell

Ryan Edmondson
Winton Middle School
Operations Supervisor
Classroom: 31

 510.935.1106 cell


High Schools

Catherine Payne
Hayward High School
Site Coordinator
Classroom: F8
 cpayne@husd.k12.ca.us

 510.935.1107 cell

Sarah Murphy
Mt. Eden High School
Site Coordinator
Classroom: M4
 skling@husd.k12.ca.us
 510.935.1108 cell

Khadijah Abdul Haqq
Tennyson High School
Site Coordinator
Classroom: Counseling Office
 kabdulhaqq@husd.k12.ca.us

 510.935.1109 cell

2017-2018 Application for After School Club Sponsorship is Now Closed!

Sponsorships are awarded to teachers who serve as advisors for a club or activity that meets after school.

 

In order to apply, your club/activity must meet the following guidelines:

●      Meet for a minimum of one (1) hour per day and one (1) day per week.

●      Have a minimum amount of 15 students enrolled in the club/activity.

Please review the 2017-18 YEP Club Sponsorship Policies prior to submitting the application by clicking here.

 

All sponsorship applications are considered on an individual basis and funding may vary.  Submission of the sponsorship application does not guarantee funding allocation.

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Program Overview

Youth Enrichment Programs operates three Out of School Time (OST) High School Programs and five Middle School Programs within the City of Hayward. These programs offer more expansive opportunities for students in grade 7th-12th to enhance their 21st Century skills, explore post-secondary educational opportunities and broaden their life experiences. Along with academic support (which includes credit recovery and concurrent enrollment), these programs provide a vast range of enrichment activities from fitness workshops to cooking classes coupled with job training, volunteer placement and post-secondary exploration. Allowing a secure environment for students to explore their interests, these high school and middle school programs seek to increase students attendance, graduation rates, boost academic performance, and provide occasions to develop new skills. Please see below for new and upcoming programs!

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America Scores Soccer

The America Scores soccer program has kicked off! For the second year in a row, YEP students from Glassbrook, Harder, Longwood, Palma Ceia and Strobridge Elementary, as well as Bret Harte, Cesar Chavez, Martin L. King Jr., Ochoa and Winton Middle Schools, are participating in soccer games as part of their YEP program.  Students have practice at their school sites two days per week, and have games with teams from other school sites at the HUSD Parent Resource Center HUB every other Wednesday, until December 6, 2017.  Games begin at 2:30pm and end by 5:30pm.

 

Click here to see more info.

Middle College is a program in Hayward where middle school students can take college courses.  Watch the video above or click here to see the story.

YEP's Middle College Program

In the news!  YEP's Middle College Program has been receiving coverage from local and national media for providing opportunities that prepare students to be college ready.  This coverage highlights HUSD as one of the only districts in California – and possibly in the nation – to offer college courses to middle school students after school.  To read the original article published by EdSource, click here.

Middle College

 

Middle College is a program designed to engage 7th and 8th grade students in college & career exploration and provide an opportunity to begin earning college credits.  Registration is a multi-step process. Please see the steps below to complete registration:

 

Step #1: Print Middle College Packet for your school site.

 

Step #2: Enroll in YEP Online, clicking here. If you have previously enrolled in YEP, enter your Email/Username and Password.  If you are new to YEP, click Create New Account. Fill in all fields with a red asterisk *.  After logging into your YEP account, click YEP Middle School Offerings on the left-hand side. Click on your Middle School and select the PM YEP program to enroll.

 

Step #3: Enroll in Chabot College, click here.

 

Step #4: Submit $25 payment to the YEP Office.

 

Step #5: Return the completed packet to the YEP Operations Supervisor at your school site. Your principal and counselor will need to sign off on your Chabot College application. Please be sure to meet with them to obtain their signature before submitting your registration packet to the YEP Site Lead at your school.