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FAQs


  • May I rent school facilities?  
    Yes, provided the space is available.  Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District has implemented an online permit application and reservation process for reserving facilities. All outside groups must apply for and obtain a permit in order to use a school facility. This online system makes it easy for all users to submit permit applications and track their status. 

     

  • What support does the district provide to elementary parents who want to home-school their children?  Vineyard Elementary School offers a voluntary instructional support program for students in grades 1-8.  The program is designed to assist parents who wish to instruct their children at home.  It requires involvement of adults who can provide direction and monitor student progress.  A credentialed, consulting teacher meets regularly with student and parent to advise on instructional strategies.  The program also provides educational materials that meet the district and state framework guidelines.  There is no cost to program participants.  If you feel your child's needs would be best met through home study, call (925) 606-4722 ext 3 to speak to the Vineyard Elementary School Principal.
     

  • Which school is my neighborhood school?
    Click on the link to download the street guide indicating which home addresses are assigned to our various schools.

     

  • Is there on-site before and after school childcare available?
    Livermore Area Recreation and Park District (LARPD) has a school age child care program - Extended Student Services (ESS) that serves ten schools. List of ESS Site Locations 
     

  • When are School Board meetings?
    Our School Board meets on the first and third Tuesday of each month.  The public portion of the meeting usually begins at 7:00 p.m. and, unless otherwise published, takes place at the Education Center at 685 East Jack London Boulevard in Livermore.  

     

  • When are School Board meetings televised?  
    School Board meetings are broadcast on Tri-Valley Community Television Channel 28 on the Comcast Cable System or online at http://tri-valleytv.org the following Wednesday at 7:00 PM and Saturday at 9:00 AM.  View TV 28's current schedule for additional times.

     

  • What is Measure G and what does it mean for Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District?
    Measure G renews Livermore School District's existing parcel tax that supports educational programs in Livermore Valley Schools.  Read more FAQs about Measure G
     

  • What is Common Core State Standards and Smarter Balanced Assessment
    Common Core State Standards are a progression of skills that students master as they move from transitional kindergarten through high school.  The Smarter Balanced Assessment, is an online assessment aligned to the Common Core and replaces the previously administered Standardized Assessment and Reporting (STAR) testing.