LVEF / Rotary Foundation Innovation in Education (IE) Grant:

Innovation in Education Grants are offered to LVJUSD educators to fund projects that challenge the ordinary and are innovative in scope and application.

Apply for an IE Grant if you are requesting between $1,000 and $3,000. Applications will be assessed in 5 areas:

1. Innovation
2. Positively impacts student learning
3. Has measurable results
4. Replicability
5. Ability to achieve common core state standards

William and Sally Dunlop Foundation Grant:

The William and Sally Dunlop Foundation Grant is named for two of our most honored Board Directors, Dr. William Dunlop and Sally Dunlop. The Dunlop’s have devoted their lives to benefiting the Livermore Community through their boundless philanthropy and kindness. We are proud to create this grant in their names.

Make Time for Music

Make Time For MusicMiddle & High School Choral Purchase Tickets for Friday, January 31, 7pm – Doors open at 6pmLivermore High School Auditorium High School & Middle School Band Concerts2020 Date Posted Soon  – 7:00pmGranada HS Gymnasium – 300 Wall St. High School & Middle School Orchestra Concert2020 Date Posted Soon – 7:00pmLivermore HS GymnasiumContinue reading “Make Time for Music”

Wente Foundation Donates $8,334 to LVEF

The Wente Foundation for Arts Education (WFAE) has just announced a $8,334 donation to LVEF, with the funds to be allocated to the digital arts education programs at Granada and Livermore High Schools. The funds were raised at the 2015 Livermore Valley Wine Auction. Thank you WFAE for your generosity and for all of theContinue reading “Wente Foundation Donates $8,334 to LVEF”

LVEF, Rotary Award Education Mini-Grants

In partnership with the Noon Livermore Rotary Club, LVEF is delighted to award the following education mini-grants (recipient teacher’s name in parentheses): Head set microphones – Christensen School (Lydia Oey) Air Rocket Kit – Jackson Avenue School (Terry Greenaway) Review Books for Calculus Camp – Livermore High School (Susan Johnston) Caldecott Award Winning Books –Continue reading “LVEF, Rotary Award Education Mini-Grants”

Rotary & LVEF Announce Funding Partnership

The Morning Rotary Club of Livermore Valley and the Livermore Valley Education Foundation (LVEF) have joined forces on a new grants program for Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District (LVJUSD) schools. The program will provide grants of up to $1,000 for qualified school projects. The Morning Rotary Club & LVEF will contribute equally towards eachContinue reading “Rotary & LVEF Announce Funding Partnership”