Serving the Hayward, CA community since 1892                                                                                                                      Dave Seymour, Principal

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Expected School-wide
Learning Results (ESLRs
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The Hayward High community will develop students and graduates to be:
 
Focused learners
Analytical thinkers 
Responsible and respectful citizens
Mindful collaborators
Effective communicators  
Resourceful users of technology 
Self-advocating individuals

The 5 P's

HHS Student Expectations

Be:

Prompt

Prepared

Polite

Positive

Productive

Farmer Feature

Top 10 of 2015

1 LBQK Steals the Show at Hayward-wide Step-Off Led by team captain Shakur Lewis and Ms. Alvarenga, the stepping Last Black Queens & Kings (LBQK) host the Hayward-wide Step Off while retaining their title as defending champs.
2 So Cal College Tour 100 Sophomores and Juniors explore 10 universities on the So Cal College Tour (Cal Poly SLO, UC Santa Barbara, UCLA, USC, CSU Long Beach, San Diego State, UC San Diego, UC Riverside, UC Irvine and CSU Northridge), led by Farmer alumni now attending those universities.  Read Haywire article.
3 New InterventionStaff and Parent Liaison Boost Student Success Thanks to a CSUEB/AT&T grant and new funds, intervention counselor Antonious Dean and tutors team up with new HHS staff (Kimberly Ware, Laura Parra, Hope Cranford) to bolster student support and intervention services. HUSD named among 11 most-improved districts in California for improved attendance and dropout prevention. 
4 New Principal Starts with a Splash Former Assistant Principal Dave Seymour, shortly after being tapped to transfer to Tennyson, is brought back as Hayward High School's next principal, accepting the call to action including the Ice Bucket Challenge.
5 College Bound Hayward Leads the Way Mr. Michael Harris and Ms. Diana Levy team up with College Bound Hayward and the College Bound Brotherhood to provide workshops, college field trips, scholarships and mentoring, more than doubling the number of students served this year.
6 Visual & Performing Arts Excels & Grows Pablo Neri joins the 2015 Honor Band of America as one of the top 10 high school trombone players in the nation, the choral program picks up momentum and the Drama program is revived.
7 Athletics Leaps Forward Women wrestlers place 9th in NCS with two state qualifiers, Hayward Boys basketball competes in Hawaii, Measure L passes in a landslide victory with a new, state-of-the art footbal field and other athletic facilities (plus STEAM building) to come, MLB greats Ricky Henderson and Michael Young throw out the ceremonial first pitch leading off the new baseball program featuring new coach Cesar Brown and new infield courtesy of The Oakland A's and The Good Tidings Foundation, 23 college recruiters visit Haward football players, AD Kristi Prasad honored as "Hayward Hero," Jack is Back! Class of '81 alum Jack Del Rio returns to the Bay Area to coach the Raiders.
8 Health Van Arrives on Campus After years of planning, the Tiburcio Vasquez Health Center (TVHC) wheels onto campus delivering expansive on-site health services to all students.
9 Business Students Shine Business student Bobbie Reyes qualifies for NFTE Entrepreneurship National Championship while Samantha Faxon and Sharlyn McClendon star in the NFTE Bay Area Business Plan Competition, and Isiah Patrick finishes first in the SAP Hackathon.
10 College-going Culture Expands UC Berkeley chancellor visits HHS to honor the Puente Project, HUSD earns AP Honor Roll status for increasing AP course work while increasing the percentage of students earning scores of 3 or higher on AP exams, and "Farmers to Pioneers" program led by CSUEB supports more students with a college pathway.

Photos courtesy of Haywire, Chantal Remillard, and Sabrina Aranda.
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New & Noteworthy

View Counselor Drop In Office Hours

Need to see your counselor? Drop In Office Hours start Friday, August 21 per the schedule below.  Counselors are only available at these times. 

Posted by: Paul Gonsalves
Published: 7/29/15

Pick up Welcome Back Registration Packets on Aug. 17 & 18

The Welcome Back Registration Packets Pick Up Schedule is as follows:
Sophomores, Juniors & Seniors: Monday, August 17 (8-10am & 5-7pm) 
Freshmen Only: Tuesday, August 18 (9:30-11am & 6-7:30pm)
Freshman Students/Parent Orientation 9am or 5:30pm
Important! To pick up your packet you must bring in one proof of current residential address: Current utility bill (PG&E, cable or TV with service address listed, water or garbage.)      
Parents/Guardians are welcomed to attend on registration and orientation days.

Posted by: Paul Gonsalves
Published: 7/28/15

Registration & Schedule Pick Up Day is Aug. 21

Registration and Schedule Pick Up Day is Friday, August 21-- REGISTRATION WILL BE IN ALPHA ORDER. Students will pick up their schedules on this day.       
8:00am-9:30am          A—Evans      
9:30am-11:00am        F—Low
11:30pm—1:00pm     o
ffices closed    
1:00-2:30pm                M—Ruiz-Meza
2:30-4:00pm                S—Z   
Parents/Guardians are welcomed to attend on registration and orientation days.

Posted by: Paul Gonsalves
Published: 7/28/15

First Day of School

The first day of school is Wednesday, August 26.

Posted by: Paul Gonsalves
Published: 7/23/15

Summer Office Hours

Monday through Friday from 8am to 3pm. (Closed for lunch from noon to 1pm).

Posted by: David Seymour
Published: 6/12/15

Class of 2015 Wins $228,869

View the list of Senior Scholarship & Award winners and the scholarships won.

Posted by: Paul Gonsalves
Published: 6/4/15