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    Message from Nurse's office regarding immunization for 2020-21 school year 

    No Place for Hate
    Peanut Allergy Letter
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    Chalk Your Walk PTA and NP4H
    Preschool Back to School

    Weekend Meals 

    Live Oak Elementary serves free meals for all students 18 years and younger.  Meals include breakfast and lunch on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm.  Drive into the upper parking lot and drive to the MPR to pick up your meals.

    For more details visit the Child Nutrition Website or call 925-824-1801

     

    Danville fighting covid

    Danville Fighting COVID (DFC) (covid19.team1280.com) is an organization founded by high school students in Danville and Alamo focused on supplying PPE to Bay Area hospitals. DFC has been rallying and supporting local 3D-printer owners and sewers, collecting over 3,000 face shields and nearly 400 masks. DFC especially needs volunteers to sew face masks (http://covid19.team1280.com/masks) and donate 3D-printed face shields (http://covid19.team1280.com/shields). The community can also support its efforts with monetary contributions (http://covid19.team1280.com/donate).
     

    Thank you in advance for your support of our organization.

    technology or device help

    Parents if you need a device for your student(s) or are having problems with a device that was issued to you, please visit the Parent IT Help Site

    They will be able to help you, or you can request a device. 

    If you child does not remember their password, please email your request to 

    LOpassword@srvusd.net 

    Attendance Info 

    AR 5113 States that all absences which are not cleared within two days after a student's return to school shall be recorded as unexcused (CUT).  

    Cogat Retest

    CogAT Saturday Retest:

    The optional CogAT test will be administered on Saturday, February 20. This exam is open to all students in grades 3-7 who are new to the district and have never taken the exam in SRVUSD as well as current students in grades 3 and 4 who would like to retest. This is an in-person test; there is no remote option. Parents must register their student on the SRVUSD Gate Testing webpage between November 20-December 9th.


     

    Library Books

    The bin will be outside the library door on:
    • Wednesday mornings from 7:15-9:00
    • Thursday afternoons from 2-3:30. 
    • If you cannot drop your books off during that time you can return them during supply pick up days.
    There is no due date for books being checked out during remote learning. You must, however, return your current books before checking out any new books. 
    Please remember: If you have overdue books from last year, you will not be able to place a book on hold or check out any new books until that is resolved.
    If you have any questions, please direct them to Mrs. Tatum.
    Volunteer Management System

    SRVUSD Volunteer Requirements

    SRVUSD has a system for all adults who wish to volunteer on a school campus or drive/chaperone day and overnight field trips and athletic events. This Volunteer Management System features a web-based software application that allows the District and all schools to better track and provide the appropriate level of clearance for school volunteers.

    ALL adult volunteers will need to go through this process. The District will NOT be asking parents to incur any of the costs associated with these clearance processes. For more information, and to begin the application process, click here for process.

    Click and watch PARENT TUTORIAL VIDEO before starting the application process.

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    Live Oak Elementary School

    Title IX Coordinator:

    Carolyn Dobel

    Title IX

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    ELAC Meeting
    We Want You Here!
    Red Ribbon Week 2020
    Principal Coffee

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    Live Oak Elementary

    About Us

    Our Mission

    The Body of Live Oak Elementary provides a safe, innovative environment for its diverse community. It speaks with a confident voice and has a nurturing heart that is happy and loves learning. It develops a mind that thinks creatively and critically through teaching strategies that challenge all students. This enables the hands to grasp the tools to succeed in an evolving society which provides steady feet to balance academic and social responsibilities.

    Our Vision

    Live Oak Elementary is universally recognized as an exemplary school characterized by: • Academic excellence • Innovative teaching techniques • Participation from every family • Productive use of technology • Celebration of diversity • Community service • A balance of academic and life skills • Collaborative problem solving