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Important Information from the District Office!

  • Open Enrollment & Transfer Process for 2021-22 School Year Begins January 15, 2021

    The Open Enrollment & Transfer Process for the 2021-22 school year is from January 15 - March 1, 2021. There will be a New Student Enrollment Information Night on Thursday, January 14 at 6pm on Zoom for more information on our district and the enrollment process. Click above for webinar details.

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  • LVJUSD's 2020-21 School Year Handbook

    We are pleased to present a comprehensive overview of the 2020-21 school year with our handbook for students and families. This resource provides information about distance learning, including sample schedules, as well as a preview of hybrid learning when we are able to welcome students back to our school sites. We encourage you to make this your next summer read!

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  • District Reopening Information

    Find details about our reopening plan, videos in both English and Spanish that explain the hybrid model, and links to a Thoughtexchange about support hubs.

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REVISED DISTANCE LEARNING SCHEDULE

  • Revised distance learning schedule

What's Happening at East Ave.

  • School Picture Pick-up

    School pictures will be distributed on Thursday, January 21 as follows: 6th grade - 9-9:30 7th grade - 9:45-10:15 8th grade - 10:30-11

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  • Spelling Bee Information - Pre-test Dates Jan. 18 Through Jan. 20

    This year, The Scripps National Spelling Bee has developed an online testing platform that will allow East Avenue students to participate in the school spelling bee program. We will hold the preliminary competition through an online spelling test. The first step to spelling bee participation is for you to register for the Scripps National Spelling Bee's online testing platform by visiting their website. Students must take the preliminary test Monday, January 18 through Wednesday, January 20, 2021. The students with the highest scores will move on to compete at the school level competition which will take place Wednesday, January 27 on Zoom. For more information and links to register for the preliminary test, please click on the title.

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  • Donation Thank Yous to Local Businesses

    East Avenue Middle School wants to thank the generous companies and people that donated money towards our online physical education classes this year. This resulted in East Avenue being able to give our students fitness bands, tennis balls, trackers and jump ropes. Our generous donors are: PNH Construction (Rick Watt) $7500.00, Calico Fence (Scott Pope) $200.00, Ray Tech Painting (Ray Techaira) $250.00, All On Electric (Joel Dahlheim) $500.00. Thank you for helping our students stay healthy during distance learning.

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  • Changes in Some Virtual Clubs

    Due to our new Wednesday morning schedule, we have reexamined our virtual clubs offerings. For a list of clubs that have changed, please click on the title. You can get more club information under the “Activities” tab or via the link you can find by clicking on the title.

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  • AboutFace - A Virtual Workkshop for 8th Grade Girls

    The American Association of University Women (AAUW) presents “About-Face”, an online interactive webinar for 8th grade girls. Learn to exercise your creativity, find your voice, and learn about digital wellness, media representation and youth-led social justice. The webinar will be held on Saturday, March 20 from 10:00-11:30 AM. Attendance is limited – applications are due January 29th. For more information, please click on the title.

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  • New Meditation Group Starts January 25th

    We want to continue to help you stay healthy and happy, despite the stresses of distance learning. We'd like to invite you to participate in a meditation group with Ms. Cartwright every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday from 10:15 to 10:45. You don't have to sign up- just join using the link that can be found by clicking on the title.Meditation can help with: Gaining a new perspective on stressful situations. Building skills to manage your stress. Increasing self-awareness. Focusing on the present. Reducing negative emotions. Increasing imagination and creativity. Increasing patience and tolerance. Hope to see you there! For the link to the Meditation Group, 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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  • Holiday on Monday, January 18 - No School

    There will be no school on Monday, January 18th in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.

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  • Revised Distance Learning Schedule Begins Week of January 11

    Effective with the week beginning Monday, January 11th our Distance Learning schedule will be altered slightly. We will be adding a new Wednesday morning schedule. This schedule will rotate – on the week of January 13th, students will attend odd numbered classes including zero period (periods 0, 1,3, and 5). The following week, students will attend even numbered classes (periods 2,4, and 6.) Thereafter, the schedule will rotate. We will continue to have homeroom every Wednesday afternoon from 12:20 – 1:05. Please click on the title for the schedule.

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  • Girls Who Code Resumes for 2nd Term and Welcomes New and Returning Girls and Boys

    Girls Who Code (GWC) is a free project-based program that teaches coding skills and sparks interest in careers in computer science. The club is open to both girls and boys. They will meet weekly on Fridays from 11:00 AM to noon and will resume for second term on Friday, February 5th. GWC welcomes both returning and new members. If you have any questions, please email Ms. Rajid (rrajid@lvjusd.org). For more information, a form for new members to complete, and the link to the club, please click on the title.

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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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  • New Stunt Club Lets Students Share Videos

    Announcing the development of a new club – The Stunt Club. We would like all skateboarders, bikers, rollerbladers, scooter riders, etc. to try to catch their best tricks on camera. We will be starting a meeting to share the videos on the first Friday of every month at 3:15 PM. Important: stunts can be risky! Only students who have a parent or guardian permission can share their videos in the club meeting. Students do so by sending an email to Ms. Cartwright (kcartwright@lvjusd.org), giving permission for their children to participate in sharing their videos during the meetings. Also, don’t forget to wear a helmet. Other students may join to watch stunts, but only students with parent/guardian permission can share. For more information and a link to attend this club, please click on the title.

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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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Announcements

  • Zoom Meeting Resources for Social-Emotional Challenges for Children, Teens and Tweens

    The Livermore Library is sponsoring two zoom meetings about Social-Emotional Challenges for Children and for Teens and Tweens. The presentations will be by Lynn Gardner from Horizons Family Counseling and Marina Bunce. a school counselor in the Livermore School District. For the flyers and links for these meetings, please click on the title.

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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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  • Livermore Library Offers Free Online Tutoring

    The Livermore Public Library is now offering a FREE on demand tutoring service through Tutor.com. Find more information about this amazing service on their website: www.livermorelibrary.net. As a reminder, all LVJUSD students grades 6-12 have their own library card - it’s their Student ID card. Their ID number is their library card number, and they have access to all digital library resources! For more information and access to a downloadable flyer, 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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  • 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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