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Hayward High Hosts Groundbreaking ceremony over new "Farmer Stadium" 


Finally! Construction of the new Farmer Stadium has officially begun. After quite a hefty amount of time, student athletes can visualize themselves playing on a state-of-the-art athletic field on which our HHS track, football, and soccer stars can showcase their talent. Back in 2015, Measure L was passed and students were waiting for construction to begin. However, the Hayward Unified School District was too preoccupied with other projects already in the pipeline to start on the stadium immediately. The time is, however, now here.

Although upperclassmen will only get to use the field as returning alumni, lowerclassmen are psyched to play on the new field. “I can’t wait to play soccer on that field; it’s gonna be dope!”, said freshman, Cessar Soto. And beyond the fences that surround our current field, many staff and faculty members are super-excited to see home games from the comfort of the new bleachers. “It’s going to be great to finally see a home football game [that’s actually] here at HHS”, said Principal Seymour. With regard to the ceremony, many acclaimed speakers took to the podium including: Jack Del Rio Sr., Super Bowl Champion Jeff Barnes, and Mayor Barbara Halliday. They spoke to an audience of student-athletes, HHS staff, media and community members, and needless to say, we are all looking forward to completion of the field that the athletic program and the HHS community deserve. Thank you Hayward voters!


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HUSD is honored as one of only 3 districts in Alameda County to make this year's AP Honor Roll.  To be included on the 7th Annual Honor Roll, HUSD had to increase the number of students participating in AP while also increasing or maintaining the percentage of students earning AP Exam scores of 3 or higher. HUSD met these criteria by increasing by 9.2% the number of students who took the exam and improving by an incredible 13% the number of students attaining a 3 or higher on the exam.


This Spring's Chabot College Course offered at HHS (Room D-4) will be Entrepreneurship 5, The Entrepreneurial Mindset.  The class starts January 30 and ends on May 26 and will meet every Monday from 3:45-5:05 and Wednesday from 3:20-5:00.   Visit the HHS Chabot webpage for all the details and enrollment instructions.


Final exams will take place on a special bell schedule as follows:
Tuesday, January 24  Periods 0, 1, 2, 7
Wednesday, January 25  Periods 0, 3, 4, 7
Thursday, January 26  Periods 5, 6
(Friday, January 27 Teacher Workday, No School)


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