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To report an absence, please call (925) 606-4717 and press 1 (English) and press 2 (en Español).

To ensure academic success for each student, begins with daily attendance and being on time for instruction.  Please read this important letter in English and en Español  from the Director of Student Services, Scott Vernoy.


All Kids Are Our Kids

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   For English

   For Spanish


FAQs Equal Access and Student Safety

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   For English

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Help Needed

We are in need of yard supervisors. This is a paid position.

If you are interested, please contact Cynthia Cuneo at (925) 606-4717 x3819. 


Jackson Avenue Elementary School, in partnership with the
community, will provide all students with a rigorous education,
including problem solving, character
building and 21st century skills,
to successfully prepare them 
for roles as productive citizens.


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Dear Jackson Families,

The power of technology can help bring a lesson plan to life in new and exciting ways for students. Whether it’s a podcast created by students to share local community news or ...more

School Garden Grant and Opportunities

Our school garden has gone through many wonderful changes this school year. With the help of students, teachers, and parent volunteers, this space has truly bloomed. Our raised beds are growing fresh ...more

New Playground Structures for Jackson Avenue

New Playstructures in by Fall 2018

We are excited that our bond initiative will provide for our site 3 new playstructures.  We begin the process April 19th and hope to have one completed before the end of the school year.  The other two will be worked on over summer and by Fall we should have 3 new playstructures for our students! 

CAASPP Parent Guidelines for Grades 3-5

State testing for students 3rd-5th grade are scheduled during the month of May.  As with all standardized tests, the results will be utilized to make programmatic and instructional decisions about students’ learning.  Please take a look at the  “Test Scores” section of the District website (click on Test Scores for direct link or go to www.livermoreschools.com) for additional information on the assessments. Also, please click on the “SBAC Parent Guide for Grade 3-5” for more information.

Jackson Avenue Gets Personal

Jackson Avenue Elementary School bases its approach to learning largely on the ability of its students to be in control of themselves – control of their feelings, their minds, and their education. ...more


Character Counts Assembly

We had our most recent Character Counts Assembly, facilitated by our First Grade Classes.  We reviewed what Responsibility  Do what you are supposed to do • Plan ahead • Be diligent • Persevere • Do your best • Use self-control • Be self-disciplined • Think before you act • Be accountable for your words, actions and attitudes • Set a good example for others (from the Character Counts Website).  Next month we will focus on Citizenship.

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Every Student Can Succeed in Math!

Join me, Principal Johnston, in taking the Math Pledge!  Simply click on this link: https://www.amazon.com/gp/withmathican#growth and take the pledge to help every student succeed in math.  By taking the pledge, you are committing to: 1. We will celebrate our mistakes as opportunities to learn and grow; 2. We will be confident and share our thinking; 3. We will persevere through difficult practice.

Once you have taken the pledge you have access to a variety of resources of how you can support your child at home with learning and developing their math skills--from accessing videos presentations and examples of having a "with math I can" mindset. 

LVJUSD Mobile App

Download a free mobile app for your iPhone or android to stay connected with all your children's schools.  You select which sites to receive updates from by choosing the sites you are interested in.  Please see the attached flyer.  LVJUSD Mobile App.pdf

All visitors/volunteers to the school campus must sign in at the front office. Please do not go directly to the classroom.

Parents please note: If your child is late to school due to a dentist or doctor appointment, please be sure to bring an appointment verification slip from the doctor to the school main office when you sign your student in late.

Student Absence Hotline: Dial 606-4717, then press 2. Call before 10:00 AM the day of the absence.


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2-6 Spring Break-No School

10 PTO Meeting 7-9 Library

11 SSC Meeting 6-7pm Library

16-20 PTO Book Faire

19 Family Reading Night 6:30-7:30pm

26 LVEF Wizards vs LVJUSD Staff     Basketball at LHS 7-9pm



7-11 Teacher Appreciation Week

8  PTO Meeting 7-9 Library

11 PTO Spring Fundraiser

24 Open House 6:30-7:30pm

28 Memorial Day--No School



5 PTO Meeting 7-9 Library

7 Last Day of School--12:30pm Dismissal

School Song

Click here to read the words to Jackson Avenue's School Song.  Click here to hear the song sung by Mrs. Gnecco and our students!

Click on any of the Logos below to access the site, find a flyer on Peachjar, etc.



Electronic Flyers for Parents




LVJUSD Facebook

Sign Up to Volunteer

Livermore Valley Joint USD is excited to announce the launch of our new online Volunteer Database. Please go to our LVJUSD Volunteer website at https://lvjusd.civicore.com/index.php?section=application&action=new to complete your application and create a Volunteer account. 

Please see Volunteer Handbook for more information (click here).

Social Media and Cyber Bullying

Explore this hyperdoc for information 

on how to keep your children safe

while they navigate the social media 

and use of technology:

click here for English 

click here for Spanish

Recycling Volunteers

During lunch time between 11:50-12:50pm, we need parent volunteers to help students recycle their food and waste.  If you can spare one day a week or more, we would love to have you.  We will train you.  You just need to bring a smile and some patience. Please contact Cynthia Cuneo, (925) 606-4717 x3819.

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