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Cal State University East Bay Foundation Receives $500,000 from AT&T for Hayward Promise Neighborhood Initiative




On Thursday, September 22, AT&T, Hayward Promise Neighborhood (HPN), Hayward Unified School District, City of Hayward representatives and students came together at Tennyson High School to celebrate the announcement that California State University East Bay Foundation has been selected as one of 18 recipients nationwide to share a $10 million from AT&T through the Aspire Connect to Success Competition.


AT&T presented the California State University East Bay Foundation with a $500,000 check contribution to support its Hayward Promise Neighborhood Initiative, which aims to improve the lives and academics of more than 11,000 residents and 6,000 Made in Hayward students in the ethnically diverse, low-income Jackson Triangle neighborhood.


The Connect to Success Award is part of AT&T Aspire, the company’s signature philanthropic initiative to help students succeed in school and beyond.


Thank you, AT&T, Hayward Promise Neighborhood & CSUEB for continuing to believe in the Made in Hayward students and their pathway to being college and career ready.


Tennyson High School Drop-Out Prevention Program Statistic - 
Did you know that last year at this time Tennyson high school had a 91.7% attendance rate and this year they have increased to 93.7%, that is a 1.7% increase or 30 more students per day attending all classes!



Posted by: Sabrina Aranda, District Admin, Hayward Unified School District Published:9/26/16
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