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in an ever-changing community.

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Current 7th grade students interested in participating in the 8th Grade 2019 Washington D.C./New York City Trip should see Mr. Maloney in Room 605 for an information packet. 



Attention Parents of the 8th graders going on this year's Washington D.C./New York City trip:

Please attend the mandatory meeting on May 23, 2018, in the Library at 6:30 p.m.


The Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District and Livermore Police Department are reminding our community of the need to drive safely around and through school areas. Please keep these important tips in mind especially during the busy morning and afternoon hours around our neighborhood schools.

Safety Tips for Livermore Schools

With 14,000 students going to and from school daily, the LVJUSD and Livermore Police Department are reminding our community of the need to drive safely around and through school areas.

  • Parents should plan their child’s walking/riding route to school and discuss safety topics with their child surrounding the designated route.  Students should never jaywalk.  Bicycle riders must ride the same direction as other traffic.  Bicyclists must obey the rules of the road.
  • Students should not cross against red lights, whether walking or on bikes, scooters or skateboards.
  • Motorists approaching school zones should keep an eye out for children at all times.
  • Parents who drive their students to school are reminded to use the school’s drop off and pick up zones and become familiar with the established rules of the drop off/pick up zone.  Parents should never stop their vehicle in the middle of crosswalks or let students exit their vehicles in the middle of the street.
  • Parents should avoid loading or unloading children at locations across the street from the school. This forces students to unnecessarily cross busy streets — often midblock instead of at a crosswalk.
  • Drivers should always prepare to stop for a school bus when overhead yellow lights are flashing. Drive with caution when you see yellow hazard warning lights are flashing on a moving or stopped bus.
  • Drivers must stop for a school bus with its red overhead lights flashing, regardless of the direction from which the driver is approaching. Drivers must not proceed until the school bus resumes motion and the red lights stop flashing or until signaled by the school bus driver to proceed.

While we know that mornings and afternoons can be hectic times in getting to or from school, there is no situation that is so important that students and parents can’t take the time to do it safely and legally.


The school received reports from community members that some of our bicycle-riding students were seen carelessly weaving in traffic lanes and not obeying the rules of the road. Bicyclists share the road with all vehicles.

If your child rides their bicycle, scooter or skateboard to school, we would like to remind parents to discuss the safety rules with their children. Bicyclists ARE NOT pedestrians and are required to obey all traffic laws.  A person under 18 years of age shall not operate a bicycle, a non-motorized scooter, or a skateboard, nor shall they wear in-line or roller skates, nor ride upon a bicycle, a non-motorized scooter, or a skateboard as a passenger unless that person is wearing a properly fitted and fastened bicycle helmet. The helmet requirement also applies to a person who rides upon a bicycle while in a restraining seat attached to a bicycle or in a trailer towed by the bicycle.

Motorists should also keep in mind that while traveling in school zones, there are likely young, inexperienced bicyclists and pedestrians in the area. Please use extra caution while exiting driveways or making turning movements in areas around schools. Remember that the speed limit in school zones is 25 MPH when children are present (regardless of the posted speed limit).

Please read the attached bicycle safety tips and share them with your family and friends. The safety of our students and their families is important to us. 

Thank you for helping to make our community safe for everyone.

Traffic Safety Tips



We would like to invite and welcome all students and their families to Open House at Christensen Middle School. 

We will have a wonderful music performance by our instrumental music students and our classrooms will be open for visitors.

Please see the event schedule below.

6:00 - 6:05   Musical Welcome by Advanced Music Students
6:05 - 6:15   Welcome to new students and incoming 6th graders
                     and their families in the Gym
6:15 - 6:40    Music Performance in the Gym
6:45 - 8:00    Classrooms Open for Visitation

CMS Open  House 2018 Flyer


The PTA 8th Gr. Promotion Dance Committee will meet in the MPR at 7 p.m. on May 15, May 22, and May 29.


It’s the End of the Year… Don’t Leave Anything Behind! Medication- If your student has medication in the office please make sure it is picked up by the last day of school, Thursday, June 7th . All medication not picked up must be discarded. 

Julie Howard, BSN RN PHN
Credentialed School Nurse


District News

Pertussis Community Update
Pertussis, also known as whooping cough, is a contagious disease affecting the lungs. It is caused by a bacteria that can spread when an infected person coughs, sneezes or talks near to other people. Pertussis can affect people of all ages but infants younger than 6 months are at greatest risk for severe disease leading to hospitalization and death. The highest rates of pertussis are seen in infants who are too young to have received all their pertussis vaccines, and in teenagers 14 to 17 years old whose pertussis vaccine protection has “worn off”.  more...

May Grapevine Community Newsletter
Dear Livermore Community,

May brings with it the opportunity for students throughout our district to show their teachers, families, and our community that they have mastered their grade level standards during this 2017-18 school year. Open Houses later this month will display projects and student work that show the depth of learning and development of critical thinking, creativity, and communication skills. I hope to see you at these great events! Continue the Grapevine Newsletter

New Student Registration for 2018-19 School Year
Click HERE to start enrolling your child for next school year.  Any questions, contact Student Services at 925 606-3206 or 925 606-3207.  Welcome!

Today: 5/20/18

Calendar of Events

18            Staff versus Students Volleyball
21-25       6th Gr ELA CAASPP Summative
21-25      7th Gr Math CAASPP Summative
22            PTA 8th Gr. Promotion Dance
                Committee Meeting, 7 p.m., MPR
23            8th Grade 2018 Washington D.C./
                New York City Trip Parent Meeting,
                6:30 p.m., Library
29-31       6th, 7th, 8th Gr District-Wide Math
                Final Exam
22            PTA 8th Gr. Promotion Dance
                Committee Meeting, 7 p.m., MPR
30            CMS Open House, 6-8 p.m.
31            8th Gr Promotion Gown Distribution,
                2:31 p.m., MPR
31            Spring Orchestra Concert,
                7 p.m., Gym

1              CMS Library Books Due Today
1              6th, 7th, 8th Gr District-Wide Math
                Final Exam
1              8th Gr Promotion Dance,
                7-9:30 p.m., MPR
4              Regular Bell Schedule,
                2:31 p.m. Release
4              8th Gr Field Trip
4              7th Gr Awards Assembly,
                9:20 a.m., MPR
4              6th Gr Awards Assembly,
                10:20 a.m., MPR
5              Regular Bell Schedule,
                2:31 p.m. Release
5              Yearbook Distribution Day
5              PTA 8th Gr. Promotion Dance
                Committee Meeting, 7 p.m., MPR
6              Minimum Day, 1:31 p.m. Release
7              Last Day of School,
                8:25 a.m.-12:25 p.m.
7              End of Trimester 3
7              8th Gr. Promotion Ceremony,
                6 p.m., Quad Area

Call In Your Child's Absence

Please remember to call in an absence to the attendance line, 925-606-4702, ext. 2.

Students who have perfect attendance (no absences and no tardies) will receive a perfect attendance award at the end of the school year.

2017 Golden Bell and Gold Ribbon School Awards


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 ...more

2017-18 Transit Passes for CMS Students

During Christensen Middle School's 2017-18 school year, registered students will be eligible to receive a free Student Transit Pass - a Clipper Card that provides unlimited access to LAVTA Wheels bus ...more

Introducing School Loop

School Loop is an exciting tool for communicating with all members of the learning community.  It is a web-based service that provides a direct link to published class assignments, students’ grades, and other school information.  If you have not already done so, please register.  All registered members will receive periodic emails providing them with specific information relating to their student and the school.