Ways to Help

Ongoing Collections
Please recycle empty inkjet and LaserJet cartridges.
(Please take cartridges out of boxes and drop off items at the office.)

Box Tops for Education
Bring in your Box Tops for Education on General Mills products. Turn them in to your child's teacher or drop off in office.

Health Info

The California Department of Health has declared a pertussis (whooping cough) epidemic in California because of the great increase of cases this year.
For more information click here.

Flu season is here.  The flu is a contagious respiratory illness caused by influenza viruses that infect the nose, throat, and lungs.
Click here for more information & prevention measures.


Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District is committed to ensuring academic excellence for all of our students which begins with daily school attendance. Please read this letter and make school attendance a priority.

Lunch Info

Click here to read lunch procedures.

Please read the message from Campus Catering regarding school lunch changes.

Happy Summer!

School starts August 22, 2016

Below is a list of grade level classroom supplies...

First Grade

Second Grade

Third Grade

Fifth Grade

Top AR Readers

Altamont Creek students were challenged to reach their Accelerated Reader reading goal of 44,500 points during the school year. They not only reached their goal, but finished with a total of 47,734 AR points. This means students read 38,729 books and 269,198,019 words. Audrey Yang broke the school and district record with 2,943.1 AR points! Congratulations Wildcat students for reaching your reading goals. Great job reading!


Top AR Readers from each grade:

1st - Taylor Conover - 278.4 points
2nd - Ava Casper - 416 points
3rd - Ellie Cowan - 866.9 points
4th - Audrey Yang - 2,943.1 points
5th - Nina Nowicki - 800.4 points


To celebrate reaching Altamont's reading goal the top 2 AR readers from each grade level kindly threw water balloons at Mr. Daley. Then everyone celebrated together with a school dance party. Everyone enjoyed the AR celebration!

Top Running Club Runners 2016

Hoe Down 2016

Principal for the Day!


Altamont Creek's Wind Festival winner for Principal of the Day is Joey from Mrs. Kaloustian's class. Congratulations Joey!

Dad's Superbowl Football 2016

Altamont Creek Dads beat Croce Dads at the 9th annual Superbowl Saturday football game. Great fun was had by all!

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Art of Science photo contest winners

Michael Lum, 12th grader at GHS
Sanjana Bhanvadia, 8th grader at Mendenhall MS
Nina Nowicki, 5th grader at Altamont Creek ES

* * Congratulations Nina – Way to Go!! * * Certificates and awards will be presented at the awards ceremony on Thurs., Feb. 18th, 6:45 PM, Junction K-8 MPR. All photos will be on display for the community to view in the Junction K-8 Gym during the Science Odyssey on Thurs., Feb. 18th, 5-7 PM.

LVJUSD Science Odyssey Logo Contest Winners

The LVJUSD Science Odyssey Committee has selected the following logo contest winners for elementary schools:

1st Place - Audrey Yang, Altamont Creek Elementary School, 4th Grade
2nd Place - Bella Genzale, Rancho Las Positas Elementary School, 5th Grade
3rd Place - Bishoy Eshak, Sunset Elementary School, 1st Grade

Congratulations to all!


Spelling Bee winners

The winners of the district Spelling Bee for students in grades 4-6 are as follows...

1st Place: Audrey Yang - Altamont Creek, 4th Grade

2nd Place: Reese Chy -Mendenhall Middle, 6th Grade

3rd Place: Sujin Leek - Christensen Middle, 5th Grade

Congratulations Audrey for your achievement as well as all the other students for their great efforts.

Student Council News

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Altamont Creek Student Council representatives opened the LVJUSD Board Meeting by leading the Pledge of Allegiance and shaking all the board member's hands. Job well done Altamont Creek Students!

Donors Choose

Thank you Chevron and Donor's Choose for your "Fuel Your School" program!
Click here to view.

Check out Altamont Creek "Donor's Choose" project proposals!

Click here to view.

Buddy Benches

Altamont Creek students and staff would like to thank former student, Devan Yarnell, for building three brand new "Buddy Benches"  in various locations on our campus. The idea is that students needing a place to find someone to play with, have a special spot to make a connection, thus supporting Altamont Creek's goal to include all students and "Fill Buckets".  Devan is a current Livermore High School Sophomore who chose Altamont Creek, his former elementary school, when it came time to do his Eagle Scout project. Devan spent over a year getting district approval, fund raising, and coming up with the plans for these special benches. Altamont Creek would like to thank Devan for choosing us for his project. The "Buddy Benches" have been a great success!

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Pictured are Cub Scouts, buddies and current Altamont Creek Students,
Tyler & Kyle.

Fourth Grade STEM Class

Ms. Gatty's science students from Mrs. Mickels' 4th grade class are photographed by Bob Bronzon experimenting with changes in energy that occur when objects collide during their Project Lead The Way STEM science class.
Click here to view photos of fourth grade science classes.


Thank you PTA


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Today: 6/27/16

Important Dates

School starts August 22, 2016.

Renaissance Home Connect

Click here for information regarding Accelerated Reader.


The Human Resources Department is excited to announce the launch of a new online volunteer portal. This new web-based system is a one-stop shop for volunteers, making it easier to get approved and stay approved. Click HERE to learn more and complete an application.

School Safety

Traffic Safety
The Livermore Police Department would like to remind parents and students about following back to school traffic safety issues.  Bicycle Safety - children should wear their helmet correctly and follow all bicycling laws.  Pedestrian Safety - Cross streets at signal lights or marked crosswalks.  Driving in School Zones - 25 mph when children are present and drive cautiously.  Click here to read the press release  regarding traffic safety.

Discipline Guidelines

Electronic Flyers for Parents


LVJUSD Facebook