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Welcome to the 2015-2016 School Year!

Message from the Superintendent/CEO

 

On behalf of the Board of Education and the staff of the Hayward Unified School District, I welcome you to the 2015-2016 school year. We are committed to preparing every student to be college and career ready at graduation.Together, we will maintain an environment that maximizes the academic, social, and emotional potential of every student as we educate a whole new generation of talented youth who are “Made in Hayward.”

 

What does it mean to be “Made in Hayward?”  Students who are “Made in Hayward” are focused and determined, courageous and tenacious in pursuit of their goals of higher education. Being “Made in Hayward” begins with being at school every day, for every lesson, learning with intention and enthusiasm. “Made in Hayward” students are productive and responsible citizens who care for one another and achieve together, making positive contributions to our community and the world. 

 

Becoming “Made in Hayward” doesn’t happen without the support, encouragement and engagement of parents, teachers, guardians, families and the community. Be sure to communicate with your child’s school, be as involved as you can with school activities, and continue to support their becoming a “Made in Hayward” graduate who is college and career ready.

 

This handbook contains information about the roles and responsibilities of the District, parents, guardians, students and community. It is subject to change from time to time based on board enacted policies. Please review it carefully and familiarize yourself with the information contained within this handbook.

 

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Together, we are part of educating more than 62,000 students each day and we are all proud to be “Made in Hayward.”

 

Sincerely,

 

Stanley “Data” Dobbs

Superintendent & CEO

 

 

Student Handbook

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