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. Parents will have the opportunity to register for events they would like to attend as well as provide feedback for events attended.
2021-22 Livermore Learns Programming
Upcoming Livermore Learns Parent Webinars will be posted to the calendar shortly. See below for information about our most recent webinars. Recordings of these webinars will be available shortly!
Recent Webinars:October 13, 2021 - Livermore Learns - Positive Behavior Strategies at HomeFacilitator: Dr. Liisa Hanninen-Danner, School Psychologist
Schools throughout our district are establishing a Positive Behavior Interventions & Supports (PBIS) system to promote positive academic, behavioral, and social emotional outcomes for all students. Learn from LVJUSD school psychologist Liisa Hanninen-Danner, Ph.D. 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.October 20, 2021 - Livermore Learns- The Importance of Early Literacy
Facilitators: Shari Johnston, LVJUSD Coordinator of Early Literacy and Nathan Brumley, Livermore Public Library Supervising Librarian of Youth Services
In this webinar, we cover the basics of pre-reading and early reading skills, examples of what and how you can support early literacy (both in reading and writing), and resources available through our city library!
View past webinars by clicking the links below: