Livermore Valley Joint Unified announced Friday that they will resume in-person classes next month, joining other school districts around the Bay Area now that teachers are getting the vaccine.
On Friday night, lights at Livermore High School were on, as the football team practiced — a slice of normalcy for students days before they head back into the classroom.
“I teach because I love being around the kids and with them not there it’s just not this same,” said teacher and coach Steve Peters.
The district will start in-person classes next month, meaning preschool through 12th grade students will be allowed to return to campus.
“I’m really excited to
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