Lawrence Labrador Lowdown
April 17, 2020
School Office Closure
The Leader in Me Annual MRA Survey
PTO Meeting Via Zoom
This information is located on the Lawrence Calendar in the LVJUSD App or Lawrence Website.
Topic: PTO General Meeting
Time: April 22, 2020 07:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 920 6766 1798
April 24 Friday Check-In
Please join Principal Starkovich and Behaviorist Burkholder for our weekly discussions.
Date: Friday, April 24
Time: 3:00-4:00 p.m.
Meeting Number: 282 178 510
Additional information regarding WebEx is available on our website at livemoreschools.org/Lawrence
The LVJSUD Child Nutrition Services Department is serving FREE BREAKFAST AND LUNCH as take-away meals for school-age children 18 and younger. We received a supplementary waiver to now offer an additional SUPPER at two of our pick up locations- Junction K-8 and Marylin Elementary. Please note: Picking up meals for your children is considered an essential service and is allowed under the March 16 shelter-in-place order.
Meals are available for pick-up at four school sites. You do not have to attend a school location to pick up meals. Meals all for ALL students and siblings 18 and younger.
- April 20th through June 4th
- Monday - Friday from 9:30-10:30 a.m.
- Christensen Middle, 5757 Haggin Oaks Avenue
- East Avenue Middle, 3951 East Avenue
- Junction Avenue K-8, 298 Junction Avenue
- Marylin Avenue Elementary, 800 Marylin Avenue
Free Food Pickup on Fridays from 1-3 p.m: In addition to our daily food distributions, Alameda County residents are able to pick up food on Fridays in San Leandro at the “Food Farmacy” located at 2700 Fairmont Drive.
Resources from Jennifer Burkholder, School Behaviorist
An article about showing yourself (as parents) grace during this time, since "crisis schooling" is not the same as "home schooling." I thought it was a really good reminder. Click Here for Article
An article written by an astronaut who spent a year basically in isolation, in space.
Click Here for Article
The website "Mindful Schools" has free classes for kids right now- they are live online on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays at 10 a.m. Click Here for Video
Websites like NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) have a lot of good resources: Click Here for Website
This is the free course from Yale on Happiness Click Here for Course
There are many great apps on your device for meditation, mindfulness, progressive relaxation:
"Calm", "Meditation for Kids," and "Children's Bedtime Meditations for Sleep" are a couple. Check them out before having your child listen to them, as you know them best and what they will respond to.
Jennifer Burkholder, M.A., BCBA
Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District