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Year Round Programs

Building In-Home Libraries

We distribute books to youth year-round to support in building in-home libraries and a love for reading.  Come by the Parent Resource Hub at 24823 Soto Road, Hayward, CA 94544, in Room 13 and 15 to get your child's free book anytime.


Child Welfare and Attendance (CWA) Outreach

CWA staff provide supports to students and families to ensure children attend school and are ready to learn.  Outreach staff support families in multiple capacities such as attendance, truancy, case management, parent and student conferences, and resources for McKinney Vento students.  Outreach Workers  facilitate home visits, referrals, and various school partnerships.


College and Career Readiness

Lead by the College and Career Readiness Coordinator and College and Career Technicians for Hayward Unified School District (HUSD), activities are implemented to create a college-going culture; encouraging students and their families to view college as an option and to be prepared for college and career.  Educational enrichment activities are provided to students and their parents such as: field trips to colleges and universities, family nights, financial aid workshops, and support with the college application process.  



Credit Recovery

Credit Recovery options are available through both the Youth Enrichment Program.  Credit Recovery options support students with recovering credits and graduating on time.  For more information, please visit the Youth Enrichment Program's website.



Fresh Food for Families

This is an opportunity for families to receive free healthy food from the mobile food pantry.  Full distribution is at Eden Greenway Park (corner of Harder Rd. and Cypress Ave.) on the 2nd Monday of the month.  Produce only distribution is at the Parent Resource Hub (24823 Soto Rd.) on the fourth Friday of the month. Fresh Food for Families Flyer


Want to volunteer with Fresh Food for Families?  Click HERE!



School Climate

HUSD has integrated its Safe and Inclusive Schools program with the Restorative Justice Practices and the gang intervention strategies provided by the City of Hayward and Alameda County Probation. The Restorative Justice Practices foster supportive and safe school environments so students can thrive as they are able to solely focus on academic achievement. The programs help students and adults to communicate effectively and supportively.  



Youth Enrichment Program (YEP)

A before and after-school program that offers high-quality homework support and enrichment to students in grades K-12. Since its inception in January 1996, YEP has provided a safe and nurturing environment for Hayward children to interact and learn and helped to increase the academic competency of its student population. The HPN grant funds the enrollment of an additional 50 students at both Harder and Park elementary schools. The HPN support also provides Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) enrichment activities to students.