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    HUSD school facilities CLOSED to in-person instruction through the end of the 2019-20 school year

    HUSD school facilities CLOSED to in-person instruction through the end of the 2019-20 school year. Read latest announcements at www.husd.us/coronavirus

     

    CALENDAR HIGHLIGHTS

    Traditional Schools

    March 30-April 3: New Spring Break week

    April 13: Cesar Chavez Day Observed

     

    Year-round Schools

    March 30-April 10: New Spring Break weeks

    April 13: Cesar Chavez Day Observed

     

    FOOD DISTRIBUTION LOCATIONS AND PROCEDURES

     

    Students will receive breakfast and lunch for the day at the same time between 11am-12pm, Monday through Friday during this time. Families can drive up to each location and meals will be served to all students under 18 years of age. No identification is required and families can go to any of the following locations. Social distancing guidelines will be enforced for the safety of those providing and receiving these services.

    • Hayward High School

    • Mt. Eden High School

    • Chavez Middle School (NEW LOCATION)

    • Longwood Elementary

    • Cherryland Elementary

    • Park Elementary

    • Fairview Elementary

    • Schafer Park Elementary

    • Treeview Elementary

    • Tyrrell Elementary

    *No meal service on Friday, April 3. 

    QUICKLINKS

    SPOTLIGHT

    Programs

    students work on computerHUSD offers a broad range of programs 

    Choose from bilingual education programs in either Spanish or Mandarin, career pathways, college preparedness programs, athletics, music, and more .

    Learn more about programs

    HUSD Proud

     vapa logoVisual and Performing Arts Master Plan

    HUSD’s VAPA Master Plan is the framework for establishing a rigorous, standards-based arts education program for every child in the district.

    VAPA website

    STAY CONNECTED

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         About Us

    The Hayward Unified School District (HUSD) serves more than 20,000 students from preschool through high school. The district is composed of 21 elementary schools, five middle schools, three high schools, an alternative high school, an adult education center, and a child care center for preschoolers. HUSD offers award-winning visual and performing arts programs, career pathways, state-of-the-art facilities, and dual language immersion programs in Spanish and Mandarin. Students graduate from HUSD proud to be Made in Hayward and prepared with the skills needed for life beyond the classroom.