The Livermore Valley Education Foundation (LVEF) strives to achieve Straight A’s in Academics, Arts and Athletics in support of students and teachers in the Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District (LVJUSD).
LVEF is an independent, nonprofit organization that works closely with, but is separate from, LVJUSD. As an all-volunteer, tax-exempt 501(c)3 organization, LVEF is run by a local board of directors dedicated to preserving opportunities in education for all transitional kindergarten through twelfth grade students in Livermore, California.
Founded in 1991 by members of the community who were concerned about diminishing programs and increasing class-sizes during a period of fiscal severity, LVEF is extremely proud to have supported Livermore schools for over three decades. LVEF views public education as one of the most important functions that a community performs. We invite you to join our very important cause.
Contact LVEF for more information or to volunteer your time and skills.
Since 1991, LVEF’s annual Make Time for Music concerts have served as both a showcase for our talented middle and high school students and a fundraiser to keep the music in our hearts and ears. Now for two years, LVEF has had to cancel the band, orchestra, and choral concerts due to the pandemic, but the funding needs remain.Keep reading
In-person instruction for Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District (LVJUSD) students will resume March 22, 2021. At a special School Board meeting yesterday, trustees unanimously approved the recommendation of Superintendent Kelly Bowers to officially end school dismissal, marking close to a year of distance learning because of the pandemic. Students attending preschool through 12th grade will be able to come to school or remain in distance learning, based on their individual family preference.Keep reading