Dear HUSD Families:
The Student and Parent Support Programs Department will be hosting a workshop for parents and their high school students on Thursday, May 22, 2014 at the Hayward Unified School District office in the Board Room. Please join us to learn about college options for undocumented students. A speaker from Chabot College will present on California legislation that can make applying to college more affordable for qualifying students.
The workshop will be held from 6:00PM-7:30PM at 24411 Amador Street.
Child care will be available for children in grades K-6 – space is limited, so, please call 510-784-2600 x72778 or x72706 and reserve a spot for your child before May 19, 2014. Light refreshments will be served.
Debra Israel – Sub Field Coordinator, YEP!
Hayward Unified School District
The Parent Center
Parent Centers are located at each HUSD school site and is independantly run at the sites; it is a vehicle for schools and families to improve and engage in communication and resources with student achievement being the top priority.
By partnering with academic institutions, community and faith-based organizations, and utilizing internal District departments, the Parent Center becomes a wealth of information set within a central location.
As you navigate through this page, you will see a calendar outlining dates and topics for the 2012-2013 academic school year. We invite your participation in attending any of the upcoming meetings and we look forward to your feedback.
Previous meeting Agendas, flyers, presentation items, and hand outs are archived below, and can be accessed at any time. Newsletters are also linked below and are available in both English and Spanish.
To help understand the dynamics of the Parent Center, we have included some links below:
Most Dedicated Parents of the Year
The following parents have shown outstanding dedication to the Parent University Program. These parents will be honored at the May 21, 2014 HUSD Board Meeting for attending the most meetings.
Nancy Ramirez Luna
HUSD Board Adopted District Goals. These goals are a set of five priorities that will serve as a driving force for all of HUSD’s work. Below are these goals.
- GOAL #1: Prepare all students - beginning with Kindergarten - to be college-ready by meeting CSU/UC A-G requirements.
- GOAL #2: Raising API (825) scores for all schools and all subgroups by 2014 and meet annual growth targets.
- GOAL #3: Student achievement will drive budgetary decisions
- GOAL #4: Consistently maintain a fiscally solvent and positively certified district.
- GOAL #5: Guided by a commitment to equity, create an environment which promotes an actively engaged and supportive community.
- GOAL #6: Engage all stakeholders to address the needs of the district for long term stability.
- GOAL #7: Provide and maintain modern and up-to-date facilities and systems, including professional development in order to ensure equity and meet district priorities.
Student Health and Safety
- GOAL #8: District will provide a safe and healthy learning environment.
- GOAL #9: District will provide healthy and nutritious meals.
Expectations and Accountability
- GOAL #10: District is committed to high expectations and accountability.
Common Core State Standards Overview
The Common Core State Standards (CCSS) define the knowledge and skills students should gain and refine during their K-12 educational careers in mathematics and English language arts so that they will graduate high school able to succeed in entry-level, credit-bearing academic college courses and in workforce training programs. The three-minute video below explains how the Common Core State Standards will help students achieve at high levels and learn what they need to know to get to graduation and beyond.