East Avenue Middle School

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Important Information from the District Office!


  • Revised distance learning schedule

  • Wednesday Schedule for March

     March 3, 2021                    Even (2,4,6)

    March 10, 2021                 Odd (0,1,3,5)

    March 17, 2021                 Even (2,4,6)

    March 24, 2021                 Odd (0,1,3,5)

    March 31, 2021                 Even (2,4,6)



What's Happening at East Ave.

  • Join Leadership's NORCAL Fundraiser from March 3-March 17

    Join us in East Avenues NorCal Fundraiser!!! We are raising money for East Avenue so we can have cool new items when we return to school! If you participate you can get awesome things like: cookie dough, cheesecake, chocolate, jelly bellys, edible cookie dough and popcorn. It is very simple for you to participate. Item pick-up will be on April 2, noon-6:00 PM For more information, a flyer, and links, please click on the title.

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  • No School on Monday, March 8 and Tuesday, March 9

    Monday, March 8th and Tuesday, March 9th are teacher workdays. There will be no school for students. School will resume on Wednesday, March 10th.

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  • 8th Grade Families - Important Information about the Livermore High School EXPO and Registration

    Attention East Avenue 8th Grade Families – you should have recently received an email from Mrs. Helen Gladden, the Principal at Livermore High School (LHS). LHS is inviting future 9th grade students and their families to their Virtual EXPO to be held on Wednesday, February 17th from 5:30-8:00 PM. The EXPO also marks the start of the LHS online registration period. You are strongly encouraged to attend the virtual presentation so you and your student can make informed choices during registration. Also counselors will be presenting information and beginning the registration process in 8th grade core classes on February 17th and February 24th. For more information and links to the registration process, please click on the title. If you have questions not answered in this article, please contact Livermore High School or their website.

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  • Kudos to Custodians

    Kudos to Custodians Day is March 11th. Thank you to our wonderful custodial staff, Kirk, Karen, Ricardo and Glen! Now, more than ever, we need to show our custodians just how important their role is in keeping us healthy and safe in our schools. They are the first defense in our efforts at containing COVID, influenza and other communicable viruses. Show them our gratitude for the hard work and the importance of that hard work!!

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  • Latest Version of Splash - East Avenue's Own Student News Show

    The latest version of East Avenue's own news show, "The Splash" was shown in homeroom on Feb. 24th. To get to the link to see the show, please click on the title.

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  • Eat out at Panera on March 11th and Help our School

    Eat a meal from Panera to help our school. On Thursday, March 11th, Panera will be hosting a fundraiser for East Avenue. Purchase food from Panera from 4:00 PM-8:00 PM on March 11th and Panera will donate a portion of the procedes to East Avenue. Panera is located at 4685 1st Street, Livermore, CA 94551. Order online at panerabread.com and enter code PRFUND at checkout. You can also bring the fler or show the digital version to the cashier when ordering at the cafe. Please click on the title to download the required flyer.

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  • East Avenue 6th Graders Finish First in District Bee

    The Livermore School District recently held its First Virtual Elementary Spelling Bee on February 17th. Students from all elementary schools and sixth grade students from all middle schools came together virtually to compete. Representing East Avenue were 6th grade students Brayden Kreitzman and Lily Feng. Thirty-five students competed and after four hours of fierce competition, four students remained. East Avenue is proud to announce that both Brayden and Lily tied for first place with a student from Mendenhall and a student from Altamonte Creek. Congratulations to our super-spellers. The LVJUSD Junior High School Spelling Bee will be held on February 24th. East Avenue will be represented by Shrish Premkrishna, Jesleen Walia, and Jonathan Jara-Hernandez who were the top finishers in the East Avenue Bee. Good luck to all our spellers.

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  • Exciting News - New Building is Almost Complete

    Recently, kind neighbor, Lara Connors, sent us a beautiful picture of a rainbow over our new classroom building at East Avenue. This gives us the chance to let you know that the construction on our new two-story classroom building has almost been completed. Sixteen teachers will be moving to the new building at the beginning of March.

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  • Please Send Photos for this year's Yearbook

    Distance learning has posed a serious threat to the sense of community that is at the heart of our school so we are trying to preserve memories in the form of a yearbook. But we need your help. Please submit photos for the yearbook – here’s how: Students can join the yearbook “class” in Schoology by clicking on 'Courses' in Schoology, then on 'My Courses', and then 'Join a Course'. They then enter the access code, which is 5VMV-QFXV-5KC4G. We hope to see all of our students represented. Pictures are due by March 8th. We also would like baby pictures of our 8th graders which are due on February 12th. If you have questions, please address them to our yearbook advisor, Ms. Wilker at (jwilker@lvjusd.org).

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  • Yearbooks Available for Pre-Order NOW

    Yearbooks for the 20-21 school year are now available for purchase. The only way to guarantee your yearbook order is to purchase one online from Lifetouch Yearbooks. Online ordering is now open through February 28th.The price is $30.00 for a soft cover and $35.00 for a hardcover. The yearbook price will increase to $35.00 for a soft cover and $40.00 for a hard cover on March 1st-April 30th. There will be no additional orders after April 30th. This is a unique year, make sure your student has a yearbook to remember it. For the link and yearbook ID for East Avenue, please click on the title.

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  • Registration is Open for 2021 Science Odyssey

    Registration is open for the 2021 Science Odyssey. This year's event will be virtual and will be an exciting opportunity for students to showcase their love of science and engineering to our community! Students in grades 1-12 can register to enter projects in categories including Science, Engineering, Computer Science or Math/Data Analysis. Please click on the title for a timeline of important dates and to download a flyer with a link to register and more information.

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  • Food Program for Students Expands

    Great News! In addition to providing free breakfast and lunch for all 18 and under youth, we will be giving additional grocery items each Friday. Meals will be served in front of our school Monday through Friday from 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM. The additional groceries given out on Fridays include: 1 carton of eggs per child, a pack of tortillas, oranges, potatoes, and chocolate and white milk.

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  • Virtual Math Tutoring Available

    Need Help with Math? The Livermore High Math Club is offering free tutoring to Livermore middle school students. The sessions are offered twice a week every Tuesday and Thursday from 11:15-11:40 AM starting January 5th. All math levels welcome! To access the flyer with a link to the sign up form, please click on the title and then the link.

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  • Schoology Information

    The District Community Engagement Department has provided Schoology information for our East Avenue Families. Students should log in to Schoology each school day according to the Distance Learning Schedule above. For more information about Schoology including logging in, a trouble shooting guide, directions for setting up a parent portal, and student and parent expectations during Distance Learning, please click on the title.

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  • New Virtual Clubs at East Avenue - Something for Everyone

    East Avenue has a number of exciting new virtual clubs. Choose one or several. We have something for everyone. You can find information about all the Virtual Clubs under Activities or you can click on the title for a link to the clubs page.

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  • Free Resources from Livermore Public Library

    The Livermore Public Library building may be closed but students and families still have access to valuable library resources. They offer free tutoring - more information about this is in separate article below. Students can also check out books, audiobooks and DVDs using the curbside pickup program. Additionally, students have access to free ebooks and audiobooks. For more information and a flyer with links to these resources, please click on the title.

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  • Alameda County Student Transit Pass Program Information

    All students at East Avenue ae eligible to get a FREE Youth Clipper card that provides unlimited free rides on AC Transit. Students can add cash value to the Clipper card for 50% off BART fares and youth discounts on other transit systems that use Clipper. For more information and a link to the online application, please click on the title. Please note that if you received a Student Transit Pass Clipper card during the 2019-2020 school year, you do not need to submit a new application. You can continue to use your existing card. If your Clipper card has been misplaced, please contact the STPP administrator (Mrs. Summers) at csummers@lvjusd.org to request a replacement card.

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Our Initiatives

  • All Kids Are Our Kids

    The Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District affirms its unwavering commitment to support all students. The District mission, "Each student will graduate with the skills needed to contribute and thrive in a changing world," is a promise to each student in our District.

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  • LVJUSD Framework for Success

    The Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District uses a Multi-Tiered System of Support (MTSS) - a comprehensive framework that aligns academic, behavioral, and social emotional learning - to meet the needs of all students in our district. Under the umbrella of the LVJUSD framework, the three components that address students’ needs are Academics, Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports (PBIS), and Social Emotional Learning (SEL).

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  • Choose Love

    All students in the Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District are participating in the Choose Love social emotional learning curriculum during the 2018-19 school year. Students learn the Choose Love Formula: Courage + Gratitude + Forgiveness + Compassion in Action = Choosing Love Formula.

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