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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

Julie Dobkin

TEACHING SCHEDULE: NORMAL DAYS

Monday, Tuesday, and Friday

Period 1     8:15-9:13

Learning Center

Period 2     9:20-10:18

 RSP Push-in Dwyer U.S. History Rm. A-15

Period 3     10:40-11:45

 RSP Tutorial Support

Period 4     11:52-12:50

 RSP Tutorial Support

Lunch         12:50-1:20

 Lunch

Period 5     1:27-2:25

 RSP ELA- 9P, 10P, 11P,12P

Period 6     2:32-3:30

Prep

TEACHING SCHEDULE: BLOCK DAYS

Wednesday    

Thursday    

Period 1    8:15-10:00

Learning Center

Period 2   8:15-10:00

RSP Push-in Dwyer U.S. History Rm. A-15

Period 3  10:22-12:14

 Resource Tutorial Support

Period 4  10:22 12:14

  Resource Tutorial Support

Lunch     12:14-12:44

Lunch

Lunch     12:14-12:44

 Lunch

Period 5    12:51-2:36

 (RSP) English 9 PEnglish 10 P English 11 P and English 12 P 

Period 6  12:51-2:36

Prep

Julie Dobkin
ELA & Resource
Room C-6
jd246@husd.us
Ext. 61228
(510) 723-3170

The best way to contact me is  cell phone: (510) 333-7836

At HHS, I'm part of: SPED Dept.Lunch-time Trivia Game Committee

At HHS since: 20

Teaching since: 09/06

Undergraduate College(s):

University of WI

School of Visual Arts, NYC

New College of CA

Degree(s): BA

Major(s): Humanities/ Fine Art

Graduate College(s):

Degree(s):

Subjects Taught: ELA, Biology

Other teacher credentials and degrees: 

Fully Certificated SPED K-12

& Gen Ed. K-8

Previous schools where I taught: Butler Academy- (Juvenile Hall, Hayward)

San Leandro HS

Awards:

Born: Manhattan/NYC

I grew up in: Philadelphia

I attended high school at: Olney HS

City and State: Phila., PA

Hobbies include: Gardening, Art

Favorite thing about HHS:Staff

Favorite Quote:  It always seems impossible until it's done.