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. 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 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 29, 2022 - Preparing for Life After Graduation
    Facilitated by: Kaiser Permanente Postdoctoral Residents - Rebecca Smith, PsyD and Suyeu Kuo, PsyD

    This webinar is designed to support students and their parents in their understanding of common social and emotional challenges that can arise leading up to, and following, graduation. We will discuss related emotional and behavioral experiences as well as the impact of both grief and excitement during times of change. Parents will learn how they can support and talk with teens as they navigate change.

    March 24, 2022 - Children &Trauma
                                  Children & Trauma (Spanish)

    Facilitated in English by: LVJUSD School Psychologist, Dr. Liisa Hannen-Danner
    Facilitated in Spanish by: LVJUSD School Psychologist, Roxanna Pittman M.S.,NCSP and Nancy Ortiz, Bilingual Paraprofesional

    More than two-thirds of children report experiencing a traumatic event by the age of 16. The majority of children are able to recover following trauma and many develop coping and resiliency skills. Parents will learn what childhood trauma is, the common reactions to trauma based on factors such as the child's developmental level and repeated exposure to trauma, and strategies for supporting children who have experienced trauma and helping them to develop resilience and coping skills. 

    March 16 and 17, 2022 - Developing a Growth Mindset
                                              Developing a Growth Mindset (Spanish)

    Facilitated in English by: LVJUSD School Psychologist, Dr. Liisa Hannen-Danner
    Facilitated in Spanish by: LVJUSD School Psychologist Roxanna Pittman M.S.,NCSP and Nancy Ortiz, Bilingual Paraprofesional

    Growth Mindset is the belief that we can improve our abilities and skills. Having a Growth Mindset can support success in school and life in general. Students with a growth mindset are typically motivated learners who tackle challenges, seek learning opportunities and value feedback. With practice, a Growth Mindset can be developed. Join us to learn some strategies to cultivate a Growth Mindset in your child and/or yourself!  

    View past webinars by clicking the links below:

    August 2021
    September 2021
    October 2021
    November 2021
    December 2021
    January 2022
    February 2022

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