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Hayward Unified School District

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    The COVID-19 pandemic has challenged us to be innovative in how we serve our students and families. It's important that we share our experiences and collaboratively design the best path forward as a community.To do this, we would like to engage our partners in helping us think through the different needs and systems that will have to be put into place to ensure that we are ready to welcome our students and staff back in a way that is supportive, thoughtful, and safe. We want to hear from our community and capture a broad range of input. Based on the feedback received, the leadership team will draft a reopening plan that will address the critical issues while being flexible enough to respond to the ever-changing guidance from the state and federal government.

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    Distance Learning PlanRead the Distance Learning Plan and a brief summary of the plan in English and Spanish. Find resources for navigating Google Classroom and Zoom in multiple languages.                                        

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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.