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ATTENDANCE

To report your child's absence:  sick-child-2irxqko.png

Please call 606-4706 and then press #2

Para reportar la ausencia de su hijo/a: 

Favor de llamar al 606-4706 y oprime #2

Volunteers

Livermore Valley Joint USD is excited to announce our 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.

RESOURCES

Coffee Corner

September 2017

(date to be determined)

8:30-9:15am

Quad Area (weather permitting) or

Staff Room

Join Mrs. Helsley for coffee/muffins.

This is an informal time with the principal to share ideas, concerns, questions and thoughts.

Spirit Assemblies

STUDENTS OF THE MONTH

May 26, 2017

Kane Hanby, Elizabeth Murphy, Angelina Bhatia, KC Gorelczenko, Briyan Lopez, Sophia Zepeda, Aiden Baldridge, Jordan Barloon, Jordan Murray, Kaiya Leber, Ella Holman, Zachariah Mejia, Katana Canright, Russell Myers, Adrian Zambrano, Addyson Gundry, Jacob Smithson, Briana Medina, Ashley Taylor, Harbin Mushiana, Nitheesh Dhanushkumar, Carolyn Siemens, Briana Frutos, Shelby Pagel, Ava Trinta, Olivia Dorotinsky, Derek Stone, Elianna Preciado-Resendiz, Eliza Gerochi, Aiden-James Bluford, Kaitlyn Zoerhoff, Hazel Bonner, Savannah Croll, Nathan Mejia, Sahar Stanizay, Lillian Ocano-Chung, Blake Lahowe, Alex Haddad, Iliana Valverde, Shayla Moore, Belle Brown, Owen Gorelczenko, Malik Guenouche, James Passmore, Nolan Cherry, Isabel Iniguez

AR Assembly

June 2, 2017

Gold Medal - 150 Points

Aly Noor, Riley Batteate, Riley Bellmer, Claudia Cayado, Colton Crouch, Briana Frutos, Sophia Gerochi, Nathan Graber, Malik Guenouche, Alexander Hawkins, Abigail Kirchner, Brenda Loza, Melanie Mekeres, Veeda Nezami, Aarna Patil, George Pham, Nathan Thompson, Sean Valone, Grant Weber, Hartley Weichert, Donovan Woll, Jason Wylde

Silver Medal - 100 Points

Jayden Altizer, Alexander Bergeron, Gavin Day, Kate Ellsworth, Ryan Emerson, Franco Espinosa-Rios, Angel Espinoza-Ortiz, Robyn Fang, Savanna Froke, Briana Frutos, Madelyn Funk, Briana Hernandez-Revoreda, Bridgette Hesseler, Dylan Hessler, Isabella Mateo, Julia Mekeres, Cora Melland, Shayla Moore, Gregory Newton, Jr., Caleb Park, Aarna Patil, Lucia Patrick, Yachana Sharda, Kathryn Vail, Sean Valone, Kyler Wallace

Bronze Medal-50 Points

Dania Aoucher, Isabella Bergeron, Michael Branecki, Zyston Bright, Anthony Calderon, Brianna Canning, Vicente Correa, Jae Cosgriff, Carter Cowan, Ashlynn Curtis, Matthew Durr, Antonio Escalante-Alfaro, Madilyn Gresshoff, Riley Gunderson, Sammy Hawkins, Briana Hernandez-Revoreda, Andy Ho, Ava Holzenthal, Julian Lee, Cherish Nunez, Mason Pappas, Caleb Park, Landon Parra, Leonardo Perez, Giselle Quintanilla, Daniela Resendiz, Elian Sanchez, Jadon Sanchez, Krishna Sharda, Ashley, Taylor, Briana Tapia, Janelle Torres, Lucyle Tupper, Jackson Whatley, Kaitlyn Zoerhoff

Certificate-25 Points

Nihal Aoucher, Tariq Bacchus, Hannah Ballin, Alanna Berglund, Ariana Brown, Adriana DelaCruz, Isabella Edgett, Antonio Escalante-Alfaro, Nathaniel Esquivel, Sammy Hawkins, Yamilet Hernandez, Briana Hernandez-Revoreda, Kaitlyn Houk, Michael Kor, Avery Lungu, Ashton Marr, Boston Martinez, Delicia Mejia, Kaden Mock, Joshua Morales, Olivia Moreno, Russell Myers, Alessandro Novoa-Delfin, , Cherish Nunez, Mark Paulos, Daniela Resendiz, Ashley Taylor, Brianna Tello, Justin Thomas, Taya Trinta, Tatiana Vargas, Jaime Zaragoza

packet day

PACKET DAY

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

11am-1pm and 5-7pm

Croce Multipurpose Room

2017/18 School Year

2017/18 First Week of School Schedule

August 21, 22 & 23

8:30am - 1:30pm

August 24 & 25

TK/K: 8:30am-1:30pm

Grades 1, 2 & 3: 8:30am - 2:40pm

Grades 4 & 5: 8:30am - 2:50pm

Welcome Back Cheetahs!!

office hours

Office re-opened

August 3 - 14, 2017      9am - 3pm

Closed 12-1pm for lunch

Normal Office hours resume August 15, 2017

8am - 4pm

"try Everything"

"Try Everything" performance

Mrs. Lockhart's 4th grade class

Miss Wooten's 1st grade class

 

http://orders.davidrbradleyphotography.com/Client/Try-Everything-Performance-3-24-2016/i-ZKnz63T/A

Password: croce (all lower-case)

yearbooks

2016/17 YEARBOOKS   

Where to order:   https://croce.picaboo.com/

 

Any questions, please email leocroceelementary@gmail.com

Bicycle Safety

Press Release from Livermore Police Department regarding Bicycle Safety.

Bicycle Safety Press Release.pdf

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Principal's Message

Summer is here at last!  But, before you know it, school will be starting again.  All parents (and teachers) want to see students return in August prepared for the new year and grade.  How can you avoid the “summer slide”, where students forget skills learned last year forcing teachers to spend extra time reviewing and reteaching?  Here are some tips to help your child practice their skills this summer with activities which feel more like play than homework!

  1.  Read every day.  Visit the Library weekly and participate in the Summer Reading Game.  Activities are going on all summer, both at the Main Library and our neighborhood branch in Springtown.  www.cityoflivermore.net/citygov/lib/default.htm 
  2. Take advantage of children’s natural curiosity about how things work by doing some simple science experiments.Many use basic materials found at home.The links below have ideas which incorporate summer themes.

http://fun-a-day.com/summer-science-experiments-for-kids/

http://lemonlimeadventures.com/must-try-summer-science-activities-for-kids/

  1. Encourage writing this summer by having students keep a journal about summer activities.This link has some fun cover options and idea lists to help with the “I don’t know what to write about” frustration.Simply paste a fun cover on a spiral notebook and you’re set!http://freebie-licious.blogspot.com/2013/05/summer-writing-journal-freebie.html It’s also fun to write postcards if you travel, or send notes to friends and family you may not get to see often.
  2. Visit places in your own community that are educational.  It can be surprising how often we miss the treasures in our own backyard!  Livermore is a city with a rich history and heritage.  It might even be fun to make an ABC book of  your Livermore experiences, complete with snapshots of your child’s drawings.  (A is for Altamont Pass, B is for Brushy Peak, C is for Concannon Winery…)  For more information on Livermore attractions:  

https://www.llnl.gov/community/discovery-center

http://www.livermoredowntown.com/kids-family/

  1. Encourage your child’s imagination and creativity.  There is great value in unstructured activities, especially during the summer.  School can be challenging; summer is a great time to decompress and explore.  The following sites have some ideas for parents and fostering creativity:

http://www.parenting.com/article/10-easy-ways-to-fire-your-childs-imagination-21354373

http://greatergood.berkeley.edu/article/item/7_ways_to_foster_creativity_in_your_kids

Most of all, enjoy your time together.  Take advantage of the long days and warm weather to reconnect and have fun together.  We look forward to seeing everyone again in the fall!

With children in mind,

Kendra L. Helsley

Campus safety

To help ensure our students’ safety, all exterior gates are closed during school hours.  Once the day has begun, all visitors need to enter campus through the front office.  Gates will be opened again just prior to dismissal times.  Please help us by keeping gates closed.

 

Parking lot/drop off—a reminder that the back parking circle is for PRESCHOOL DROP-OFF ONLY.  This area must be kept clear for the bus and parent traffic at both arrival and dismissal times.  All TK-5 students must be dropped off in the front parking areas.  Remember, we have valet parking to assist students out of cars near the Kindergarten area.  TK/K students are escorted to their play areas from valet.  Please use the appropriate drop-off areas to keep our students safe.

 

Thank you for helping to protect our students and minimizing disruption by following these procedures.

Today: 7/24/17

FUTURE EVENTS

AUGUST

21: First day of school

All Kids Are Our Kids

The Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District affirms its unwavering commitment to support all students. The District mission - Each student will graduate with the skills needed to contribute and thrive in a changing world - is a promise to each student in our District.

 

Read the affirmation, All Kids Are Our Kids: Affirmation of a Safe, Supportive, and Respectful School District  (Spanish version)

 

Read the FAQs about Equal Access and Student Safety  (Spanish version)

 

LEO R. CROCE

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Croce Scholarship

Educational Links

AR Links

AR BOOK FINDER

WHAT IS HOME CONNECT?

Click below for a link to the login page:

     Home Connect Login 

Home Connect works for both AR and A. Math.

HOME CONNECT PARENT GUIDE

     English version

     Spanish version

AR PARENT GUIDE

     English version

     Spanish version

OUR AR PROGRESS SO FAR THIS WEEK

 

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