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YEP Secondary Programs

2018-2019 YEP Student Activity Exit Survey

Contacts

Coordinator

Maya Hernandez
Habla Español
Coordinator
, Before and After School Programs, Middle & High Schools
Email Icon alhernandez@husd.k12.ca.us
Phone Icon 510.723.3857 x34197

Middle Schools

Ryan Edmonson
Anthony Ochoa Middle School

Operations Supervisor
Email Icon re2216@husd.k12.ca.us
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Derrick Barbosa
Bret Harte Middle School

Operations Supervisor
Classroom:
22
Email Icon sc2610@husd.k12.ca.us
Cell Icon 510.935.1099 cell

Andrew Allen
Cesar Chavez Middle School

Operations Supervisor
Classroom: Room 1
Email Icon 
aallen@husd.k12.ca.us
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Jessica Villa
Martin Luther King Middle School

Operations Supervisor
Classroom: 17
Email Icon 
ialexander@husd.k12.ca.us
Cell Icon 510.935.1105 cell

Luis Diaz
Winton Middle School

Operations Supervisor
Classroom:
29
Email Icon 
ld247@husd.k12.ca.us
Cell Icon 510.935.1106 cell

High Schools

Imani Alexander
Hayward High School

Site Coordinator
Classroom:
F8
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bl108@husd.k12.ca.us
Cell Icon 510.935.1107 cell

Sarah Murphy
Mt. Eden High School

Site Coordinator
Classroom: M4
Email Icon 
skling@husd.k12.ca.us
Cell Icon 510.935.1108 cell

Khadijah AbdulHaqq
Tennyson High School

Site Coordinator
Classroom: Counseling Office
Email Icon 
kabdulhaqq@husd.k12.ca.us
Cell Icon 510.935.1109 cell

Apply now! 2019-20 Application for After School Club Sponsorship

Sponsorships are awarded to teachers who serve as advisors for a club or activity that meets after school.

In order to apply, your club/activity must meet the following guidelines:


YEP Club Sponsorship Application
●      Meet for a minimum of one (1) hour per day and one (1) day per week.
●      Have a minimum amount of 15 students enrolled in the club/activity.

Please review the 2019-20 YEP Club Sponsorship Policies prior to submitting the application.  Click here to submit the application.

All sponsorship applications are considered on an individual basis and funding may vary.  Submission of the sponsorship application does not guarantee funding allocation.

See the links below:
Sponsorship Flyer
Award Notification
Eligibility Guidelines
Sponsorship Timeline
Sponsorship Policies

Program Overview

Youth Enrichment Programs operates three Out of School Time (OST) High School Programs and five Middle School Programs within the City of Hayward. These programs offer more expansive opportunities for students in grade 7th-12th to enhance their 21st Century skills, explore post-secondary educational opportunities and broaden their life experiences. Along with academic support (which includes credit recovery and concurrent enrollment), these programs provide a vast range of enrichment activities from fitness workshops to cooking classes coupled with job training, volunteer placement and post-secondary exploration. Allowing a secure environment for students to explore their interests, these high school and middle school programs seek to increase students attendance, graduation rates, boost academic performance, and provide occasions to develop new skills. Please see below for new and upcoming programs!

Dear Parents of YEP Participants,

Please note as a direct result of the compromised air quality due to the Kincade Fire in Sonoma County, YEP will continue to monitor and assess the air quality and adjust our outdoor programming accordingly for this week. Should you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to your sites YEP Site Leaders. 

 

Queridos padres de los participantes de YEP,
 
Por la calidad del aire debido al incendio de Kincade en el condado de Sonoma. El personal de YEP estará monitoreando y evaluando la calidad del aire y ajustando nuestras actividades físicas o recreo del programa por esta semana. Si tiene alguna pregunta acerca del programa, por favor dirigirse al encargado/a del programa de YEP en su escuela.

2019 21ST CENTURY COMMUNITY LEARNING CENTER GRANT AWARDS LETTER FOR FAMILIES

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YEP Breakfast Clubs

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Start the day right! The Cesar Chavez and Winton YEP Breakfast Clubs will provide active, healthy and fun before school activities to prepare students for the school day. Come early to:

  • Complete and print homework assignments the Homework Center

  • Play games and participate in tournaments  

  • Get active in classes like yoga, conditioning, and zumba 

  • Eat a healthy breakfast, and more!
     

Cesar Chavez Middle School

Monday - Friday, 7:00 am - 8:30 am

Click here to enroll.


Winton Middle School

Monday - Friday, 6:50 am - 8:20 am 

Click here to enroll.

 

Spring 2020 YEP High School Bridge to College (Formerly Concurrent Enrollment)

Hayward High School

Anthropology 12
Cross-cultural perspectives on spirituality, religious practice, myth,
ancestor beliefs, witchcraft and the variety of religious rituals and
practitioners found in the cultures of the world. Examination of
the cosmologies of different cultures through the anthropological
perspective. Emphasis is placed on how knowledge of the religious
practices and beliefs of others can help us to understand the
multicultural world in which we live. Comparison of the ways in
which diverse cultures confront the large and fundamental questions
of existence: those dealing with the meaning of life, birth and death,
and with the relationship of humans to each other and to their
universe.

Course Name: Anthropology 12
Tues 3:30pm - 5:30pm, Thurs 3:30m - 5:30pm

Start Date: Jan. 28, 2020
End Date: May 28, 2020
Instructor: Espinoza
Units: 3
Grades Eligible: Current 9th - 12th
Cost: Free
 

To enroll in Bridge to College, please complete the following steps in order:

1. Click here to complete the online application to Chabot College. If you already have an account, login.  If you need to create a new account, please read the instructions. Make sure you click start a new application and choose the current semester to enroll.

  • Write down the email and password you use to create your OpenCCC account.  You will need this information to log in to register for future courses.

  • Write down your OpenCCC Apply ID number. 

  • Write down your OpenCCC Apply Confirmation number.

  • After you complete your registration, check your email for your Chabot W number and instructions for setting up your Class-Web account.  The email usually arrives in 48-72 hours.

  • Write down your Chabot W number, this is now your official Chabot College student ID number.  

2. Click here to download and complete the paper application. Your counselor or principal will need to sign this application before turning it in to your school's YEP site lead. 

3. Click here to complete the YEP online enrollment process. 

If you have any questions, contact the YEP Site Lead at your school or call (510)723-3857 x34188 for more information.




Mt. Eden High School

God, Nature, Human Nature
Nature and range of philosophical inquiry in relation to everyday problems of humans as individuals, as citizens, as existing in nature, and as a creator of works of the arts and of the spirit. Analysis of primary philosophical documents that concentrate on these broad areas of a human's concern.

Course Name: PHIL 50-HS1
Mon 3:35pm - 5:45pm, Wed 3:35pm - 5:45pm

Start Date: Jan. 27, 2020
End Date: May 27, 2020
Instructor: Zittrain
Units: 3
Grades Eligible: Current 9th - 12th
Cost: Free
 

To enroll in Bridge to College, please complete the following steps in order:

1. Click here to complete the online application to Chabot College. If you already have an account, login.  If you need to create a new account, please read the instructions. Make sure you click start a new application and choose the current semester to enroll.

  • Write down the email and password you use to create your OpenCCC account.  You will need this information to log in to register for future courses.

  • Write down your OpenCCC Apply ID number. 

  • Write down your OpenCCC Apply Confirmation number.

  • After you complete your registration, check your email for your Chabot W number and instructions for setting up your Class-Web account.  The email usually arrives in 48-72 hours.

  • Write down your Chabot W number, this is now your official Chabot College student ID number.  

2. Click here to download and complete the paper application. Your counselor or principal will need to sign this application before turning it in to your school's YEP site lead. 

3. Click here to complete the YEP online enrollment process. 

If you have any questions, contact the YEP Site Lead at your school or call (510)723-3857 x34188 for more information.



Tennyson High School

Principles of Sociology
A course that is designed to illuminate the way students see their social world.  Students will use a sociological perspective, while using the systematic examination of culture, socialization, social organization, social class, race, gender, deviance, social change and empirical methodology.

Course Name: SOCI 1-HS1
Tues 3:45pm - 5:45pm, Thurs 3:45pm - 5:45pm

Start Date: Jan. 28, 2020
End Date: May 28, 2020
Instructor: Sandoval
Units: 3
Grades Eligible: Current 9th - 12th
Cost: Free
 

To enroll in Bridge to College, please complete the following steps in order:

1. Click here to complete the online application to Chabot College. If you already have an account, login.  If you need to create a new account, please read the instructions. Make sure you click start a new application and choose the current semester to enroll.

  • Write down the email and password you use to create your OpenCCC account.  You will need this information to log in to register for future courses.

  • Write down your OpenCCC Apply ID number. 

  • Write down your OpenCCC Apply Confirmation number.

  • After you complete your registration, check your email for your Chabot W number and instructions for setting up your Class-Web account.  The email usually arrives in 48-72 hours.

  • Write down your Chabot W number, this is now your official Chabot College student ID number.  

2. Click here to download and complete the paper application. Your counselor or principal will need to sign this application before turning it in to your school's YEP site lead. 

3. Click here to complete the YEP online enrollment process. 

If you have any questions, contact the YEP Site Lead at your school or call (510)723-3857 x34188 for more information.

 

 

Spring 2020 YEP Middle School Bridge to College (Formerly Middle College)

Bret Harte Middle School

ASL Beginning Sign Language
Introduction to beginning communication skills through the language of sign, with emphasis on American Sign Language (ASL).  Introduction to an understanding of deafness and the deaf culture.  Basic sign vocabulary, the manual alphabet, and a contrast with various other sign systems used throughout the United States.

Course Name: SL 64-MS1
Mon 3:30pm - 5:30pm, Wed 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Start Date: Jan. 27, 2020
End Date: May 27, 2020
Instructor: Nanette Dadzie
Units: 3
Grades Eligible: Current 7th - 8th
Cost: Free

To enroll in Bridge to College, please complete the following steps in order:

1. Click here to complete the online application to Chabot College. If you already have an account, login.  If you need to create a new account, please read the instructions. Make sure you click start a new application and choose the current semester to enroll.

  • Write down the email and password you use to create your OpenCCC account.  You will need this information to log in to register for future courses.

  • Write down your OpenCCC Apply ID number. 

  • Write down your OpenCCC Apply Confirmation number.

  • After you complete your registration, check your email for your Chabot W number and instructions for setting up your Class-Web account.  The email usually arrives in 48-72 hours.

  • Write down your Chabot W number, this is now your official Chabot College student ID number.  

2. Click here to download and complete the paper application. Your counselor or principal will need to sign this application before turning it in to your school's YEP site lead. 

3. Click here to complete the YEP online enrollment process. 

If you have any questions, contact the YEP Site Lead at your school or call (510)723-3857 x34188 for more information.



Cesar Chavez Middle School

Principles of Sociology
A course that is designed to illuminate the way students see their social world.  Students will use a sociological perspective, while using the systematic examination of culture, socialization, social organization, social class, race, gender, deviance, social change and empirical methodology.

Course Name: SOC 1-MS1
Mon 3:30pm - 5:30pm, Wed 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Start Date: Jan. 27, 2020
End Date: May 27, 2020
Instructor: Sandoval
Units: 3
Grades Eligible: Current 7th - 8th
Cost: Free
 

To enroll in Bridge to College, please complete the following steps in order:

1. Click here to complete the online application to Chabot College. If you already have an account, login.  If you need to create a new account, please read the instructions. Make sure you click start a new application and choose the current semester to enroll.

  • Write down the email and password you use to create your OpenCCC account.  You will need this information to log in to register for future courses.

  • Write down your OpenCCC Apply ID number. 

  • Write down your OpenCCC Apply Confirmation number.

  • After you complete your registration, check your email for your Chabot W number and instructions for setting up your Class-Web account.  The email usually arrives in 48-72 hours.

  • Write down your Chabot W number, this is now your official Chabot College student ID number.  

2. Click here to download and complete the paper application. Your counselor or principal will need to sign this application before turning it in to your school's YEP site lead. 

3. Click here to complete the YEP online enrollment process. 

If you have any questions, contact the YEP Site Lead at your school or call (510)723-3857 x34188 for more information.




Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School

Intro to Ethnic Studies
An introduction to the interdisciplinary study of race and ethnicity in the United States.  The course will examine key topics such as racial discrimination, immigration, economics, labor, political conditions, cultural expression and resistance, social justice movements, racial and ethnic identity, and gender and sexuality.  A comparative approach covering African American, Arab American, Asian American, Chicanx/Latinx, Native American, and Pacific Islander American groups.

Course Name: ES 1-MS1
Tues 3:30pm - 5:30pm, Thurs 3:30pm - 5:30pm

Start Date: Jan. 28, 2020
End Date: May 28, 2020
Instructor: Acevedo
Units: 3
Grades Eligible: Current 7th - 8th
Cost: Free
 

To enroll in Bridge to College, please complete the following steps in order:

1. Click here to complete the online application to Chabot College. If you already have an account, login.  If you need to create a new account, please read the instructions. Make sure you click start a new application and choose the current semester to enroll.

  • Write down the email and password you use to create your OpenCCC account.  You will need this information to log in to register for future courses.

  • Write down your OpenCCC Apply ID number. 

  • Write down your OpenCCC Apply Confirmation number.

  • After you complete your registration, check your email for your Chabot W number and instructions for setting up your Class-Web account.  The email usually arrives in 48-72 hours.

  • Write down your Chabot W number, this is now your official Chabot College student ID number.  

2. Click here to download and complete the paper application. Your counselor or principal will need to sign this application before turning it in to your school's YEP site lead. 

3. Click here to complete the YEP online enrollment process. 

If you have any questions, contact the YEP Site Lead at your school or call (510)723-3857 x34188 for more information.




Anthony Ochoa Middle School

Career and Education Planning
Exploration of the concept of career, educational and life planning focusing on personal career development through self-assessment.  Emphasis on clarification of individual interests, values, needs, abilities and decision making styles, investigation of occupational opportunities in the world of work, and introduction to job search strategies, resume writing and interview skills.  Designed for those undecided or uncertain about their career and educational plans.

Course Name: PSCN 10
Tues 3:30pm - 5:30pm, Thurs 3:30pm - 5:30pm
Start Date: Jan. 28, 2020
End Date: May 28, 2020
Instructor: Hernandez
Units: 2
Grades Eligible: Current 7th - 8th
Cost: Free
 

To enroll in Bridge to College, please complete the following steps in order:

1. Click here to complete the online application to Chabot College. If you already have an account, login.  If you need to create a new account, please read the instructions. Make sure you click start a new application and choose the current semester to enroll.

  • Write down the email and password you use to create your OpenCCC account.  You will need this information to log in to register for future courses.

  • Write down your OpenCCC Apply ID number. 

  • Write down your OpenCCC Apply Confirmation number.

  • After you complete your registration, check your email for your Chabot W number and instructions for setting up your Class-Web account.  The email usually arrives in 48-72 hours.

  • Write down your Chabot W number, this is now your official Chabot College student ID number.  

2. Click here to download and complete the paper application. Your counselor or principal will need to sign this application before turning it in to your school's YEP site lead. 

3. Click here to complete the YEP online enrollment process. 

If you have any questions, contact the YEP Site Lead at your school or call (510)723-3857 x34188 for more information.




Winton Middle School

Intro to Theater for Young Audiences
Participate in a theater production to be performed for local K-12 students. Plays will be cast by audition; however, everyone who enrolls will be a part of the production.

Course Name: THTR 5-MS1
Tues 3:30pm - 5:30pm, Thurs 3:30pm - 5:30pm
Start Date: Jan. 28, 2020
End Date: May 28, 2020
Instructor: Amayo-Hassan
Units: 3
Grades Eligible: Current 7th - 8th
Cost: Free
 

To enroll in Bridge to College, please complete the following steps in order:

1. Click here to complete the online application to Chabot College. If you already have an account, login.  If you need to create a new account, please read the instructions. Make sure you click start a new application and choose the current semester to enroll.

  • Write down the email and password you use to create your OpenCCC account.  You will need this information to log in to register for future courses.

  • Write down your OpenCCC Apply ID number. 

  • Write down your OpenCCC Apply Confirmation number.

  • After you complete your registration, check your email for your Chabot W number and instructions for setting up your Class-Web account.  The email usually arrives in 48-72 hours.

  • Write down your Chabot W number, this is now your official Chabot College student ID number.  

2. Click here to download and complete the paper application. Your counselor or principal will need to sign this application before turning it in to your school's YEP site lead. 

3. Click here to complete the YEP online enrollment process. 

If you have any questions, contact the YEP Site Lead at your school or call (510)723-3857 x34188 for more information.

 

 

Spring 2020 Driver's Ed
 

Online Driver’s Education - Age 15 & Up

Driver's Education is the FIRST step for teens to obtain a learner's permit and driver's license.  This is an interactive, educational course with the latest in animation, video, and web technology.  A licensed, Driver’s Ed Instructor is available to answer any questions.  Receive a DMV-approved, certificate of completion upon successful completion.  

 

Mt. Eden

Instructor:  Ms. Hernandez
Session will be 6-weeks in length. Classes will be offered twice a
week, in 1.5-hour increments on Tuesdays and Thursdays
Tues. 3:45pm - 5:15pm
Thurs. 2:45pm - 4:15pm
Session II: Week of Jan. 27, 2020 - Week of March 2, 2020
Click here to register.

 

Tennyson High School

Instructor:  Ms. Hernandez

Session will be 6-weeks in length. Classes will be offered twice a
week, in 1.5-hour increments on Mondays and Wednesday
Monday 3:45pm -5:15pm
Wed. 2:30pm -4:00pm
Session II: Week of Jan. 27, 2020 - Week of March 2, 2020
Click here to register.


Hayward High School

Instructor:  Mrs. Saccomanno
Session will be 6-weeks in length. Classes will be offered twice a
week, in 1.5-hour increments on Tuesdays & Thursdays
Tues. 3:45pm - 5:15pm
Thurs. 2:45pm - 4:15pm
Session II: Week of Jan. 27, 2020 - Week of March 2, 2020
Click here to register.

2018-19 CREDIT rECOVERY sTUDENT EXIT sURVEY

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Bridge to College is a program in Hayward where middle school students can take college courses.  Watch the video above or click here to see the story.

YEP's Bridge to College Program

In the news!  YEP's Bridge to College Program has been receiving coverage from local and national media for providing opportunities that prepare students to be college ready.  This coverage highlights HUSD as one of the only districts in California – and possibly in the nation – to offer college courses to middle school students after school.  Click here to read the original article published by EdSource.

Bridge to College

Bridge to College is a program designed to engage 7th through 12th grade students in college & career exploration and provide an opportunity to begin earning college credits.  Registration is a multi-step process. Please follow the steps outlined in the course description for each school to complete the registration.