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Letter to High School Graduates from California Community Colleges

While the COVID-19 crisis has created uncertainty for many graduating seniors, the community college pathway is more relevant than ever and will play a critical role in our state’s economic recovery. As the largest provider of career education training in the nation, California’s community colleges are the backbone of our state’s workforce – both today and tomorrow. Below you will find a link to a letter, in English and Spanish.

Food Give Away

Hope 4 the Heart

22035 Meekland Ave, Hayward

Message from the Principal 3/18/2020

Hello again,

I hope everyone is doing OK!

On Thursday, from 10:00 - 2:00 the school site will be open to give all students an opportunity to pick up educational materials.

If you do NOT have access to a device or internet at home we will be providing educational packets.

In addition, there will be textbooks, school supplies, and the library will open. Since we are in shelter in place, we will be following guidelines and will only be able to help a few students at a time and once you have picked up materials you will have to go.

Teachers are calling students today to get the word out and check in with you. In addition, teachers are asking questions to get information about your access to a device and the internet. We have a few chrome books left for distribution, which we will give out and we will try to have the ability to loan some Chromebook to students.

If you need any supplies or materials from the school, please come tomorrow. If you are set, please follow shelter in place and remain at home.

Thank you,

Abigail Kotzin, principal

Graduation Form is due!

The mandatory graduation form was due on April 5th. We are extending the deadline to Monday, April 8th.

Cash for College Night

Royal Sunset will be having a Cash for College night on Wednesday, January 30th from 5-7pm!
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