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LUSD Improving Student Attendance: NPR Publication

Livingston schools are making a positive difference in improving student attendance by building strong relationships and a positive school culture. Read the full story published on National Public Radio.
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Public Hearing Notice of Proposal to Implement Developer Fees

A public hearing will be held on June 20, 2024 to consider a resolution implementing school facilities fees in accordance with EC 17620. The meeting will be at 6:00 p.m. at 922 B Street in Livingston. The district's Developer Fee Study is accessible to review starting on June 10th at the district office.
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LUSD's Expanded Learning Opportunities Program (ELO-P)

The district's plan describes how ELO-P funds will be utilized to provide opportunities for before school, after school, summer, or intersession learning programs that focus on developing the academic, social, emotional, and physical needs and interests of students in grades TK-6.
LMS Alumni - What are you up to?

LMS Alumni - What Are You Up To?

We want you to know that you have made your LMS cougar family proud. We continue to wish you happiness and success. Please complete this form if you are willing to share your accomplishments with our current LMS students. Thank you!
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How to Become a Teacher

Teachers College of San Joaquin offers two unique credential programs
for someone to earn a teaching credential.
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LCAP Community Report

This LCAP community report provides stakeholders baseline data on the districts goals and actions to improve student outcomes.
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Our Mission

All students will be prepared as 21st Century global citizens. They will be proficient readers and writers who can solve problems and think critically, be adaptive and flexible, able to collaborate successfully in groups, effectively utilize technology as a learning and communication tool, demonstrate a positive work ethic, and make meaningful contributions to their school and their community.


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T.H.R.I.V.E. Academy

T.H.R.I.V.E. Academy is a comprehensive expanded learning opportunity program that extends beyond regular school hours to provide engaging and hands-on educational experiences. Students are supported academically, socially, and emotionally.

LUSD At A Glance

  • 3.4% Suspension Rate 2022-23
  • 94% Average Daily Attendance 2022-23
  • 99.6% 8th Grade Graduation Rate 2022-23
  • 11.7% EL Reclassification Rate 2022-23