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Kristy Prasad Locker



The Hayward High community will develop students and graduates to be:

Focused learners
Analytical thinkers 
Responsible and respectful citizens
Mindful collaborators
Effective communicators  
Resourceful users of technology 
Self-advocating individuals

Kristy Prasad

teaching schedule: normal days
Monday, Tuesday, and Friday
Period 0     7:10-8:05  PE 2A
Period 1     8:15-9:13  PE 2A
Period 2     9:20-10:18  PE 2A
Period 3     10:40-11:45  No class
Period 4     11:52-12:50  No class
Lunch         12:50-1:20  Lunch
Period 5     1:27-2:25  Prep
Period 6     2:32-3:30   No class


teaching schedule: block days
Wednesday Thursday    
Period 0     7:10-8:05  PE 2A Period 0     7:10-8:05  PE 2A
Period 1    8:15-10:00  PE 2A Period 2   8:15-10:00  PE 2A
Period 3  10:22-12:14  No class Period 4  10:22 12:14  No class
Lunch     12:14-12:44  Lunch Lunch     12:14-12:44  Lunch
Period 5    12:51-2:36  Prep Period 6  12:51-2:36  No class

Kristy Prasad
P.E. Teacher
Room Gym
Ext. 61426
(510) 723-3170

The best way to get in contact with me is e-mail.



At HHS, I'm part of: Poly Club, Track & Field, Class of 2012, Leadership/ASB

At HHS since: 2002

Teaching since: 2002

Undergraduate College: SFSU 

Degree:  BS

Major: Kinesiology

Graduate College(s): Saint Mary's College of CA

Degree: MA Kinesiology

Subjects Taught: Physical Education

Anecdotal information: My family is from the Fiji Islands. I was born on Christmas. I was on an athletic scholarship @ SFSU in track & field, where I was on the all-conference team for 4 straight years and our team MVP my senior year. 


Born: Dec. 25, 1979

I grew up in: Milpitas, CA 

I attended high school at: Milpitas High School 

Hobbies include: Working out, watching or playing sports, reading, cooking and hanging out with my friends and family

Favorite thing about HHS: The unique personalities and backgrounds of our students and staff! 

Favorite Quote: "I long to accomplish a great and noble task, but it is my chief duty to accomplish humble tasks as though they were great and noble." --Helen Keller