Students, teachers, and staff are back in school in the Tri-Valley, seeing a more normal start to school than we have seen in the last two years.
This is great news for students, teachers, and staff who began last year having to follow strict guidelines due to the pandemic and experiencing home schooling two years ago.
Here’s to a great 2022-2023 school year, with hopes from The Gamache Team that students will fill their year with memories of in person learning, high-fives from friends, lunches with classmates, school dances, field trips, and in person help from teachers.
As parents of children attending our accredited Tri-Valley schools, we appreciate the sense of normalcy in person learning brings, the friendships that last a lifetime, and the classroom and playground stories we share at dinner time.
Livermore Students Receive School Supplies During Stuff the Cruiser Event
Thanks to the Livermore Police Department, approximately 300 K-12th grade students will receive new school supplies due to “Stuff the Cruiser.”
On August 13 and 14, 2022, the Livermore Police Department parked patrol cars and police vehicles in front of CVS, Office Max, Walmart, and Big Lots with an invitation for the community to “stuff” them with school supplies.
Due to the generosity of the community and the Livermore Police Department, students at the Livermore Joint Unified School District will be starting school with new calculators, folders, flash drives, notebooks, backpacks, crayons, and other items.
Improvements Made at Pleasanton Schools
Students, staff, and teachers in some Pleasanton schools will start the year with new classrooms, a library, air conditioning, ventilation, roofing, heating, and safety measures such as fencing and cameras.
The improvements are part of a multi-million dollar Facility Master Plan that also includes a bond to be included in the November ballot. If passed, the bond would provide funds to rebuild the Amador and Foothill theaters and gyms as well as build new classrooms at Vintage Hills Elementary.
Administrative changes and new salary and benefit packages for teachers complete the improvements to Pleasanton Unified School District. (source)
The Pleasanton Unified School District boasts several “bests” among schools in California according to Niche. It ranks as the 17th Best School District in California; 22nd Best District for Teachers in California; and 99th Safest School Districts in California. (source)
Here’s to a great 2022-2023 School Season!
Moving to the Tri-Valley School District
If you are considering a move to the Tri-Valley School District, you are making an excellent choice. Top-rated schools are just some of the reasons homebuyers move to the Tri-Valley.
If you want more information about the Livermore or Pleasanton schools or which neighborhoods fall under these boundaries, kindly reach out to The Gamache Team. Not only have we attended these schools ourselves, we have kids who attend as well!