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Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District District Offices
685 E Jack London Blvd, Livermore, CA 94551
The Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District serves more than 13,000 students aged kindergarten throughMore 12th-grade. It includes 9 elementary schools, 2 K-8 schools, 3 middle schools, 2 comprehensive high schools and 3 alternative schools. Kelly Bowers is the superintendent.
William Mendenhall Middle School
1701 El Padro Dr, Livermore, CA 94550

William Mendenhall Middle School, home of the Mustangs, serves 860 students in grades 6 - 8, on a campus built inMore 1967 in southwest Livermore. It is considered the largest middle school in the Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District.

The campus boasts a strong music program, with an orchestra, band, choir and music/drama elective courses. It also has the only middle school wood shop  program in the district.

The school colors are maroon and gold. Susan Sambuceti is the school principal.

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Livermore High School
600 Maple St, Livermore, CA 94550

Livermore High is one of two comprehensive high schools in the Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District. ItMore opened in 1891 with E.H. Walker as teacher and principal in one of the rooms of the Livermore Grammar School. The class of 1894 was the first to graduate from then Livermore Union High School, which previously was located on the site of what is now a Livermore Area Parks and Recreation District facility.

The school moved to its current location in 1930, starting with a new two-story building with 14 classrooms and an auditorium. The campus would see many additions over the years and now features classrooms in 15 different buildings and 28 portables. Darrel Avilla is the school principal.

Sunset Elementary School
1671 Frankfurt Way, Livermore, CA 94550

Sunset Elementary School was built in 1978. The campus went through a two-year remodeling that added four newMore buildings and restructured the entire play area. Construction was completed in 2007.

It is one of two schools in the district to have an API score of 900 or more. The school was recognized with the California Distinguished School Award in 2008 and 1997.

Kuljinder Sekhon is the school principal.

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Emma C. Smith Elementary
391 Ontario Dr, Livermore, CA 94550

Emma C. Smith Elementary is named after Livermore's first regular school teacher. The educator joined the staff ofMore Livermore Grammar School in 1878, taught for 41 years and retired in 1919. This is one of two schools in the district to have an API score of 900 or higher. The school was originally built in 1965, and was completely renovated and rebuilt in 2004.

The campus has special programs focused on special education, research, speech, adaptive physical education, occupational therapy, character education, after school science, art and Spanish, among other programs. Denise Nathanson is the school's principal.

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Livermore Area Recreation and Park District
4444 East Ave, Livermore, CA 94550

The Livermore Area Recreation and Park District was created in 1947. It oversees 29 neighborhoodMore parks, two community parks, soccer and ball fields, four regional parks and 10 special-use parks.

The district also provides preschool and child care to youth in kindergarten through eighth grade at all the Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District's elementary and middle schools.

Other services include teen programs, fee classes, youth and adult sports, aquatics, environmental education, special events and senior services.

The district is governed by an elected, five-person Board of Directors.

Vineyard Alternative School
1401 Almond Ave, Livermore, CA 94550

Vineyard Alternative School is located at the Rundstrom Learning Center. It is an independent home study program forMore students in grades 1 -12. The elementary program is designed to help parents who wish to instruct their children at home. Meanwhile, the high school program provides students the opportunity to create individual programs to meet their own interests and learning style.

Sheryl Howser is the school principal.

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Don Gaspar De Portola Elementary
2451 Portola Ave, Livermore, CA 94551

The school completed an 18-month modernization project in December of 2007. All classrooms, the administrationMore building, cafeteria, parent center and playground areas were updated, and a new building was added to replace old portables.

Jamal Fields is the school principal.

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Altamont Creek Elementary School
6500 Garaventa Ranch Rd, Livermore, CA 94551

Altamont Creek Elementary is one of the newer campuses in the Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District. It wasMore built nine years ago and features an administration building, a multipurpose room with a stage and kitchen, and four buildings with 28 classrooms.

In addition, the campus has one building that houses the school library, computer lab, resource specialist program, full-inclusion program, and science lab.

The school also has two school gardens, where students grow their own vegetables.

Altamont Creek is one of 12 schools in the district with an API score of 800 or higher. The campus mascot is a wildcat and the school colors are red and blue.

Beverly Tom is the school principal.

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Granada High School
400 Wall St, Livermore, CA 94550

Granada High School is one of two comprehensive high schools in the Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District.More It first opened its doors to students in 1963. Opening enrollment this year was more than 2,400 students, an increase of more than 500 students since 2003.

Enrollment is not the only thing growing on campus as test scores also continue to rise. Granada has seen its API score increase by 124 points over the past five years. Officials said the increase in test scores is one of the highest in the state over that time span. It is one of 12 schools in the district to have an API score of 800 or more.

Chris VanSchaack is the school's principal.

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Marylin Avenue Elementary School
800 Marylin Ave, Livermore, CA 94551

Marylin Avenue is a neighborhood school that serves 487 students. Classrooms are staffed with 25 regular teachers.More The addition of specialists and instructional assistants bring the total to more than 40 staff members on campus. The school, which was built in 1958, is newly remodeled with renovated classrooms, offices and multipurpose rooms. A new media center and a computer lab make it one of the more modern campuses in Livermore. The school uses a roadrunner as its mascot. Jeff Keller is the school principal.

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Del Valle High School
2253 5th St, Livermore, CA 94550
Del Valle is a continuation high school in the Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District. It includes the PhoenixMore alternative high school program. Both schools focus on preparing students to transition to successful post-secondary-school lives. The high school is housed in an historic downtown building that was rebuilt in 1922. In 2005, it received wiring and electrical upgrades. The building features 11 classrooms, a multi-purpose room and cafeteria, a library and multimedia center, a new college and career center and multiple offices. Kat Hannah is the principal for both Del Valle and Phoenix.
Arroyo Seco Elementary
5280 Irene Way, Livermore, CA 94550

Arroyo Seco Elementary is a California Distinguished School. It is one of 12 schools in the Livermore Valley JointMore Unified School District to have an API score of 800 or higher.

The campus opened its doors in 1971 as a kindergarten through third-grade school with six portable classrooms. In 1976, a permanent core building was added that includes a library, multipurpose room with a stage, offices and a staff room. The student body also expanded to grades 4 and 5 that year.

In 2004, the school underwent major reconstruction that would expand the campus to 29 regular classrooms, one special day class, and a reading tutorial office. Stephan Bering is the school principal.