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Dear Livermore Community,

Welcome to the 2018-19 school year! Teachers and school staff were preparing for the arrival of students long before summer vacations were finishing up, and our vibrant classrooms show their dedication and commitment to the success of our students. Many of you have also seen our Facilities and Bond departments working hard to erect elementary playgrounds, finish installing solar structures, and construct our new high school athletic stadiums. Thank you to the entire Livermore community for approving Measure J and for your ongoing support of our schools!


As the new year begins, I am eager to share our district-wide commitment to educating our students so that they will truly be able to contribute and thrive in our world. In order for all of our students to be successful, we have formalized our Livermore Framework for Success that supports students to ensure academic achievement, positive school climate, and social emotional competence.


Throughout the coming months, we will provide opportunities for families to learn more about the framework so that staff and families can support our students together. This month, I would like to introduce you to the Choose Love curriculum that will provide the basis for our social emotional learning. Our 9th Annual Kickoff keynote speaker this year was Jesse Lewis Choose Love Movement founder Scarlett Lewis, whose message introduced employees to this enrichment curriculum.


The program, which is a natural extension of our character education program, focuses on four character values - courage, gratitude, forgiveness, and compassion in action. Developed in the wake of the tragic events at Sandy Hook Elementary School in 2012, where Scarlett Lewis’ son Jesse lost his life, Lewis was determined to spread Jesse’s philosophy of “Nurturing, Healing Love” as a way to prevent future tragedies.


The four elements of her program honor Jesse’s memory by providing students from kindergarten to high school the tools to process their feelings in a positive way. In teaching students to navigate frustrations, setbacks, and challenges in a healthy way, they are more likely to grow into a supportive and nurturing environment together. Key members of our community are committed to reinforcing our efforts. I look forward to the positive impact this program will have in our schools and our community.


With gratitude,


Kelly Bowers, Ed.D.

Superintendent of Schools


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Students from local high schools and Las Positas College are invited to see firsthand the inner workings of Tri-Valley manufacturing businesses. On Friday, October 5, students participating in Tri-Valley Manufacturing Day (MFG Day) will tour facilities and engage in hands-on demonstrations at manufacturing sites such as Admedes, AMP Printing, Bake Fresh, Lam Research, Logo Boss, Peridot, Sandia National Lab, Topcon Positioning Systems, and Vintage 99 Label. Afterwards, students will be treated to a lunch reception and additional manufacturing exhibits, providing students the opportunity to connect with businesses and local leaders.  For more information visit: https://www.tvrop.org/domain/100

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