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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

Sadia Mohammad

Welcome to my class page! I teach general biology in classroom E-4.  

Biology is the study of life. It includes an introduction to the scientific method, cytology, plants, ecology, DNA and protein synthesis, genetics, evolution, and physiology. Course work, lab work, and examinations will prepare students for future science courses. This course satisfies the district's life science graduation requirement.

Please look around, especially at the recommended links to help you study and at the link for accessing Infinite Campus (Parent Portal) to check on your grades.

course access

Students can log in to their Google Classroom (student access only).

If you are new, please email me for class code. If you do not know your school email/password, please let me know as well, so I can get tech to reset your password.

Students and parents can also view the webpages here for each class (see links on this page).

Students without access to a digital device or internet can contact the teacher for alternatives.  I do believe Comcast and ATT are offering free internet services for 60 days, so I do encourage parents to look into that.

To view grades and attendance students and parents can access the Infinite Campus Portal.

Period Course
Period 1 Biology P
Period 2 Biology P
Period 3 AP Biology
Period 4 Prep
Period 5 Biology P
Period 6 Biology P


Sadia Mohammad
Biology Teacher
Room M-1 
Ext. 61241
(510) 723-3170

VIRTUAL TEXTNOW #: (510) 947-2079

Office Hours During Facilities Closure:
MON & THURS: 1:30 to 2:30 and by appointment

Favorite Quote:  “It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent that survives. It is the one that is the most adaptable to change.” Charles Darwin 

Do you know about HeLa Cells? The cells that never die!