Past Events

School Board Candidate Forum

Tuesday, September 29th, 2020, 6:30 – 8:30 PM   The Parent Club Information Council of the Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District is hosting a forum for the candidates running for Livermore School Board. The event will be recorded and posted to the Livermore Schools YouTube channel on Wednesday, 9/30.

Event Update: The link to the video is available here.

SSC Talks To CCK
In this time of uncertainty, I thought we could all use a dose of inspiration from five people who give me hope.

Cheryl Cook-Kallio is a celebrated history and government teacher of 40 years who served on Pleasanton City Council (2006-2014) and as Vice Mayor. She is a strong advocate for civic engagement, particularly for youth, and is a state coordinator for We the People Constitutional Competition. Lily Mobraaten (Foothill HS), Alex Lish (Livermore HS), Amara Aladi (Livermore HS), and Ian Quindipan (Granada HS) are officers from Students for Social Change at their respective school chapters.


Listen in on their conversation about school under COVID, youth political activism, government, and more.
 
Navigating An IEP In These Uncertain Times: Listening To The Needs Of Parents
Thursday, Sept. 17th, from 7 – 8 PM   I want to hear from our IEP (Individualized Education Programparents to learn what works and doesn’t work for your students and share your thoughts with the school district, especially during distance learning. Sign up to become a panelist. The panel will be moderated by Livermore parent and advocate Apryl Chauhan.

All are welcome to listen in and participate in the chat during the panel.  An ASL interpreter will be provided. 

Event Update: An excerpt of the conversation is available for viewing here.

The parents agree our academic support staff has been working very hard, and some things about distance learning have been working well. They would like more support and training to be provided to the teachers and recommend that presentations be kept simple because things like videos on the screen can be too distracting. There are concerns about our eventual return to in-person learning, when we’ll have to address learning gaps, mental health issues, and regression.

 

This was a very informative conversation. The parents gave specific advice and recommendations, which I will pass along to our District staff and also share with other parents. I so appreciate Apryl and our parent panel for taking time to share their experiences with us

Students Ask the Vice Mayor!

Thursday, September 10th, 4 – 4:30 PM    Join our virtual event, where Livermore students get an opportunity to ask Vice Mayor Bob Woerner a question. It can be about anything. They can pitch an idea for the new downtown, ask what wish he would make if he had a magic wand, learn his surprising talent, or find out why he’s running for mayor. No question too big or small, too silly or too serious.

All students and parents are welcome to listen in and join the virtual chat with additional questions. This event will not recorded as the participants include minors.

Event Update: Thank you to the 11 students, ranging from 2nd grade to college, who came to our virtual event today to ask Vice Mayor Woerner a question! These students came prepared and asked great questions. Love our youth! 💜🧡