Livermore Learns

  • Livermore Learns Logo What is Livermore Learns?

    Livermore Learns is a parent education program designed to educate, inform and engage parents and guardians as they support their children throughout their education. Livermore Learns provides workshops, presentations, trainings, book clubs and webinars to help provide this education and support.

    Livermore Learns is modeled after LVJUSD's Framework for Success - a comprehensive framework that aligns academic, behavioral, and social emotional learning - to meet the needs of all students in our district. Just as our students are provided support and education in those three major areas, our parents will have opportunities to build their knowledge and skills around those areas as well. 

    Livermore Learns opportunities will be offered seasonally. We will have a comprehensive calendar of events for the fall, winter and spring. Registration is not required for parents to participate in events they would like to attend, and feedback is always appreciated. 

  • 2022-23 Livermore Learns Programming

    Upcoming Livermore Learns Parent Webinars are posted to our events calendar. See below for information about our most recent webinars. If you missed a webinar, recordings are made available for you to watch at a time convenient for you!

    Recent Webinars:

    March 16, 2023 - TK/Kindergarten Readiness
    Facilitated by: Heather Dion, LVJUSD TK Teacher  

    Parents will learn practical tips for preparing their child for TK/Kindergarten in the fall. Basic readiness topics that will be covered include skills related to pre-academics, motor development, behavior, and social relationships. Examples of how you can integrate TK/Kindergarten readiness skills into your child's routine and information on what you and your student can expect in a typical school day will also be discussed.

    March 16, 2023 - Preparación para TK/Kínder 
    Facilitadora: Claudia Pacheco, Maestra de LVJUSD

    Los padres aprenderán consejos prácticos para preparar a su hijo/a para el TK/Kínder (Kínder Transicional o el Kínder) en el Otoño. Los temas básicos de preparación que se cubrirán incluyen previas habilidades antes de las academias relacionadas con el desarrollo de habilidades motrices, el comportamiento y las relaciones sociales. También se discutirán unos ejemplos de cómo puede integrar las habilidades de preparación al TK/Kindergarten en la rutina de su hijo/a e información sobre lo que usted y su estudiante pueden esperar en un típico día escolar.

    February 28, 2023 - Anxiety in Youth: Signs, Interventions and Resources
    Facilitated by: Kaiser Post-Docs: Ji Yun Lee, PhD; Monika Barta, PsyD; Erin Yokote, PsyD 

    Navigating school, outside activities, family life, and being a child or teenager can be a positive experience, but it can also be challenging and nerve-wracking. This presentation will highlight some of the major stressors that impact youths, particularly in the Tri-Valley area, and how these stressors may increase one’s level of anxiety. Common signs, interventions and treatment approaches, and resources will be covered to help youths and parents understand anxiety and find ways to improve overall well-being.
    Anxiety in Youth Presentation Slides 
    Anxiety Tools and Resources

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  • February 9, 2023 - Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) at Home
    Facilitated by: Mallory Rachel, MTSS Psychologist on Special Assignment

    Schools throughout our District have established Positive Behavior Interventions & Supports (PBIS) systems to promote positive academic, behavioral, and social emotional outcomes for all students. Learn what PBIS is and how you can apply these strategies at home to help your child develop skills he or she can use at school and throughout their lives. 
    PBIS at Home Presentation Slides

    January 25, 2023 - The Fentanyl Crisis: What Every Parent Needs to Know
    Facilitated by: Kaiser Permanente Postdoctoral Residents: Ji Yun Lee, PhD, Monika Barta, PsyD and Erin Yokote, PsyD 

    This presentation will provide an overview of fentanyl statistics, warning signs of potential exposure, and signs of general opioid use. Recommendations on how to talk with youth about risks of fentanyl and other opioids will also be reviewed.  

    Click HERE to view more previously presented webinars!