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Joshua Chilcoat Locker
9/23/14 9:33 AM


 


 

HHS EXPECTED SCHOOL- WIDE LEARNING RESULTS (ESLRS)

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

Joshua Chilcoat

Hello, my name is Mr. Chilcoat , I teach Physical Education and also coach Tennis here at Hayward High. I went to San Leandro High where I played baseball and football. I attended Sonoma State University and transferred to Chico State where I earned my Bachelors Degree in Recreation Administration. I enjoy the diversity at Hayward High and I have high expectations for our students.

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Joshua Chilcoat
Physical Education Teacher
Room Gym

jchilcoat@husd.us
Ext. 61424
(510) 723-3170

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

Office Hours:

Soon to come! Stay Tuned...

 

 

 


At HHS, I'm part of: Baseball, Freestyle Soccer Club

At HHS since: 2011

Teaching since: 2010

Undergraduate College(s): Chico State University, Sonoma State University, University of New Hampshire

Degree(s): Bachelor of Science

Major(s): Recreation Administration

Graduate College(s): Cal State East Bay

Degree(s): Single Subject Teaching Credential

Subjects Taught: Physical Education/Social Science

Other teacher credentials and degrees: Single Subject Social Science

Previous schools where I taught: San Leandro High School

Awards: Scholar Athlete

Born: Fremont, CA

I grew up in: San Leandro, CA

I attended high school at: San Leandro High School 
City and State: San Leandro, CA

Hobbies include: Mountain Biking, Hiking, Swimming, Fishing

Favorite thing about HHS: The Student and Staff Diversity 

Favorite Quote: What is popular is not always right; What is right is not always popular.