Headlines & Features

  • LVJUSD to Hold Board Candidate Information Night

    On Tuesday, July 7, 2020 at 7:00 pm, LVJUSD will host a Board Candidate Information Night for those interested in running for one of two vacant seats on its Board of Education, the policy-making body of the LVJUSD. Interested community members are invited to attend, listen, and ask questions during the informal workshop session held in the LVJUSD Board Room at 685 E. Jack London Boulevard.

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  • LVJUSD Fall Planning Survey Results & Next Steps

    The LVJUSD Fall 2020 Planning survey was sent to all of our families, seeking their input into the process of planning the start of school for 2020-21. The survey was sent electronically via email as well as text message, and was open for 10 days. 6,045 households participated, representing approximately 10,400 students. Our District Leadership Team is taking this information into consideration as we plan for the start of the new school year. Click above for a recap of the survey results as well as an update on our planning.

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  • LVJUSD Celebrates the Class of 2020

    From June 2-5, all LVJUSD high schools will allow students and their families to participate in a unique, socially-distanced individualized graduation ceremony that aligns with the Alameda County Public Health Department’s Graduation Guidelines.

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  • Middle School Promotions Going Virtual

    On June 4th, when 8th graders in the Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District (LVJUSD) would normally be lining up at their schools to parade across the stage to receive their promotion certificates, they will be at home, watching their middle school celebration on YouTube. Congratulations to our 8th graders!

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  • Mendenhall Students Excel in National History Day Competition

    Eighteen talented William Mendenhall Middle School students excelled at the recent Alameda County 2020 National History Day (NHD) Competition.

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  • Livermore Learns Launches Parent Webinars!

    Livermore Learns, with the support of the Pedrozzi Foundation, is pleased to present our first parent webinars! Throughout the month of May, there will be 8, 1-hour webinars on two topics: Establishing a Routine and Dealing with Distractions. Sessions are available in English and Spanish and aim to provide helpful information and a supportive space for parents to share their thoughts and ask questions. Register on our events calendar on our district website or on your school's homepage.

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  • School Nurses Keep Students Healthy

    In recognition of School Nurse Appreciation Day on May 6th, we share the incredible work being done by our school nursing staff. Even during school dismissal, our nurses are busier than ever working with students and their families in an effort to keep everyone safe and healthy.

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  • LVJUSD Teachers Go the Distance

    In honor of Teacher Appreciation Week, we recognize the tremendous work being done by our district's teachers. The examples in this article are representative of the many creative and above-and-beyond ways in which our teachers have been educating and supporting our students and their families throughout school dismissal.

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  • Getting Gold for Going Green!

    Congratulations to Altamont Creek Elementary on receiving a 2020 California Green Ribbon School Gold Award! Your efforts toward sustainability and environmental education is something to be celebrated!

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  • LVJUSD Child Nutrition Steps Up to Feed Livermore Children

    Since distance learning began on Monday, March 15, 2020, the Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District (LVJUSD) Child Nutrition Department has served 51,925 meals to children in Livermore. Especially for students who rely on free and reduced meals to provide nutrition while attending school, having access to meals at this time is critical so that students are nourished and able to learn.

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  • Green Engineering Academy Prepares Graduates for 21st Century Careers

    Since 2010, Livermore High School (LHS) has offered students a unique pathway - traveling through four years of high school as part of a cohort of students who share core courses (such as English, Social Studies, Science, and Math) as well as engineering courses, allowing them to learn and grow together.

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  • Students Showcase their Scientific Methods at 20th Annual Science Odyssey

    Young scientists in the Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District look forward to sharing their research and innovation at the 20th Annual Science Odyssey on Thursday, February 13, 2020. Community members are invited to visit Junction Avenue K-8 School, 298 Junction Avenue, from 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. to view the vast array of science and engineering projects and to marvel at the creativity of Livermore students.

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  • MATHCOUNTS 2020: Celebrating Success in Math

    Middle school students showed their math expertise at the 24th Annual MATHCOUNTS competition on January 11, 2020. Creativity, problem solving, and strategizing were all in use by the 127 participants as they grappled with challenging math concepts. The competition celebrated math fluency and critical thinking - both essential for success in 21st century STEM careers.

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  • Granada Cybersecurity Club Ranks at the Top at Regional Competition

    Teams Code Red and Cyber Ducks from Granada High School’s Cybersecurity Club took 1st and 3rd place at the January 11th Bay Area Regional Cybersecurity Competition’s Bug Bounty!

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  • Livermore School District Now Enrolling Students for Fall 2020

    Parents and guardians are invited to register students for the 2020-21 school year during the Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District’s (LVJUSD) Open Enrollment and Transfer Period, now through March 1. Parents with students who will be new to the District and will be entering TK through grade 5 should plan to register at the annual LVJUSD Kindergarten and Elementary Registration Fair on Wednesday, February 19 or Thursday, February 20.

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  • Bay Area School Districts Sue Juul

    Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District joins others districts spread across the Bay Area in litigation in San Francisco’s federal district court to challenge Juul Labs, Inc. for its practices of marketing vaping products to minors.

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  • Livermore Valley Craft Brew Foundation Donates Bicycles to LVJUSD Students

    88 Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District (LVJUSD) students benefited from the pedal power of those who participated in the First Annual Livermore Valley Craft Brew Foundation (LVCBF) Bikes and Brews fundraiser in October.

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  • Illustrator Inspires Creativity at Joe Michell School

    Acclaimed illustrator and author, Christian Robinson, inspired the students of Joe Michell K-8 with an engaging, interactive presentation about turning his passion for drawing and creating into a career.

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  • LVJUSD Teens Learn How to Help One Another in Crisis

    Sophomores at Livermore High School are learning how to help their friends who may be facing a mental health challenge or crisis. More than half of Livermore High School sophomores completed their Teen Youth Mental Health First Aid training on October 31, 2019. The remaining 10th graders will be trained in January 2020. Click above to read more about the important work being done to support our students’ mental well-being.

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  • Elementary Science Sets a Foundation for Learning

    Project Lead the Way (PLTW) provides a foundation for students to deepen their understanding of science through hands-on learning, collaboration, and the integration of technology.

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