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List of 20 news stories.

  • Differentiated Reading Instruction in Third Grade

    Third grade teachers have been leading a pilot reading program intended to provide responsive instruction that elevates each learner's abilities. 
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  • The girls JV team capped off a successful season with a win over CAIS in the championship game.

    Live Oak Basketball Teams Leave it All on the Court

    The JV girls basketball team won the league championship, while all Live Oak's basketball student-athletes competed and showed their determination throughout the season. 
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  • Perspective Through a New Lens: Fifth Graders Dissect Cow Eyes

    Fifth graders visited the Exploratorium to dissect cow eyes, learning about the anatomy and mechanics that enable vision, while exploring their broader throughline: How does exploring multiple perspectives help me understand and shape my world? 
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  • Students show how math is art with their parabolic string art.

    Having a Choice and a Voice While Learning Math

    Eight graders applied their knowledge of functions and data sets to investigate subjects of interest to them.  
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  • Third graders did a neighborhood trash pickup in the blocks surrounding the Live Oak campus

    Live Oak Shows Up to Serve

    Live Oak students, faculty, and staff participated in the annual Week of Service, helping take action throughout the community in various ways. 
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  • Perspective-Taking in the Hot Seat

    Seventh graders engage in thoughtful discussion and learn about different viewpoints as they take the "hot seat" during WWII and Holocaust unit. 
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  • The New Look of Athletics: Live Oak Lightning

    Live Oak athletic teams will be retiring the Green Devil mascot this fall in exchange for a new look as the Live Oak Lightning.
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  • Growing Our Understanding of Indigenous Peoples

    Live Oak's fourth graders researched California's history and the various tribal groups that call the area home.
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  • Celebrating the Joy in Reading and Writing

    Live Oak students, families, and staff got cozy with a good book and their comfy clothes during our 20th Drop Everything And Read Day as part of our week-long literary celebration, Book Fest. 
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  • Live Oak Fall Sports Enjoy Seasons Full of Success

    Live Oak's volleyball and cross country teams came together this fall to produce impressive results and show great teamwork along the way. Read a recap of their seasons and what stood out to the coaching staffs.
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  • Diversity of Winter Holidays in Kindergarten

    Kindergartners spend time learning about a wide variety of holidays from all around the world. 
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  • Green Team Leadership Crew Inspired by Brower Youth Awards

    Live Oak's student environmental group, the Green Team Leadership Crew attended the Brower Youth Awards in Berkeley in October, giving them some inspiring new ideas for their work on the Live Oak campus this year.
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  • Probability Carnival Brings Grades Together

    Seventh graders used their mathematics creativity to put on Live Oak's annual Probability Carnival, which applies their growing knowledge of fractions into a collection of interactive games for third, fourth, and fifth graders. 
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  • The class learned about the three parts of the brain that relate to stress.

    Mind Up: Brain-Focused Strategies for Learning and Living

    Second graders started to build their mindfulness skills and awareness by learning about the brain and getting in touch with their bodies. 
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  • Coleton Namie (cross country) and Inaya Abdulkareim (volleyball) were recognized for their standout leadership and commitment to balancing athletics and academics.

    Student-Athletes of the Month

    Coleton Namie and Inaya Abdulkareim were honored as our Student-Athletes of the Month for September.
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  • Around the Live Oak World Unites Community

    One of the core values at Live Oak is knowing students well; that means everyone is able to bring all of themselves, their history, and their identity into our community. In honor of this value, the Parent & Guardian Association and the Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Committee put on the third annual Around the Live Oak World, an all school event in appreciation of the rich cultures and family traditions at our school.
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  • Laying Down Chemistry Foundations in Fifth Grade

    Live Oak fifth graders engage in lively, inclusive discussion and scientific inquiry helping to sharpen their critical eye as future changemakers.
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  • Sixth Graders Consider: "Who Am I?"

    Much of the Live Oak curriculum incorporates exploration of identity as a central theme. We want to challenge and encourage our students to think closely about who they are and how they relate to the people they interact with on a daily basis.
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  • Preview of New Brand Visual identity.

    Reimagining Live Oak's Visual Identity

    When you think of Nike, you think of the swoosh. When you think of NASA, you think of planets and stars. When you think of the Warriors, blue and gold rise to the top. Each of these brands has fine tuned their visual identity, making it easier for followers to connect a feeling to these organizations, which in turn (marketing theory goes) elicits a response or action.
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  • Equity, Equality, and Justice in Third Grade

    At Live Oak, we take pride in helping our students to gain valuable perspective on the issues that face them and our society at large. One central concept that our students explore is the distinction between equity, equality, and justice and how that knowledge can be used to create positive change.
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