October 4 - No School - Staff Development

October 7-11 - Conference Week (Minimum Days)

October 7-11 - Book Fair

October 8 - Halloween Grams on Sale

October 9, 5:30-8pm
Book Fair Family Night

October 10 - Halloween Grams on Sale

October 11, 4pm
Reflections Entries Due to Live Oak office

October 12
Run for Education Health & Wellness Fair, Mini Run and Friendship Run

October 13 - SRVEF Run for Ed

October 15, 11am - 9:30pm Community Day Out at Zachary's Pizza

October 16 - Halloween Grams on Sale

October 18 - Box Tops Turn-in Deadline

October 18 - Halloween Grams on Sale

October 23 - Unity Day

October 21-25 - Red Ribbon Week

October 26 - Harvest Festival

October 28-30 - Truth About Vaping Education Nights

Live Oak PTA

October 31 - Halloween-Minimum Day

November 1 - No School - Staff Development Day
 this email" button below."
join subscribe

Don't Miss Out - Stay Up to Date on the LATEST
Like our Facebook page! Like "Live-Oak-PTA" on Facebook

Reflection Arts Program - Entries Due October 11
Look Within is the 2019-20 Reflections Theme! Join us on the Reflections
Adventure of the Soul as we all "Look Within". Summer is a PERFECT time to get started -- reflect, create, explore through the Reflections Art Program. For more information on the general rules, visit the SRV Council of PTAs site. Submissions are due to Live Oak October 11.

Encourage your students to participate and hand out some art materials, camera, bundled up energy and tell them "What does 'Look Within' mean to you?

To sign up your Live Oak Student  - forms on the bottom of the site.
Spirit Wear Distribution Update
Last Friday, September 27th, Spirit Wear orders were distributed in classrooms to the students to take home. Note: Spirit Wear Sock orders are pending from the supplier, approximate delivery is in two weeks.
Save the Date - Book Fair October 7-11
Get ready for Scholastic’s “Arctic Adventure” Book Fair at Live Oak! Please join us to celebrate the love of reading. With every purchase, Live Oak Elementary earns book credits to add books to our library. Please visit the Live Oak PTA website for more information and to signup to volunteer . Make sure to mark your calendars to join us for Family Night at the Book Fair on Wednesday October 9, from 5:30-8pm. And, as a special treat, there will be a food truck so you can go straight to the Book Fair Family Night and enjoy dinner out! Check out the menu here !
Volunteers Needed for Hearing & Vision Screening.
Please sign-up to volunteer to assist with Vision & Hearing testing October 16 and/or December 3rd. Complete or update your SRVUSD Volunteer Management System Status to participate in on campus activities -- your volunteer cle arance needs to be complete and up to date .
Halloween Grams on Sale Starting October 8.
Halloween Grams will go on sale October 8. They will be sold on October 8, 10, 16 and 18. Send a message to your friends for only $1.00!
RED RIBBON WEEK: October 21-25
Red Ribbon week will be observed at Live Oak October 21-25. Each day, there will be activities to generate discussion and/or reinforce a principal component of the campaign for elementary school kids -- making healthy choices.

  • Monday: Sports Day and Pack a Healthy Snack 
  • Tuesday: Wear Red for... well, you know. 
  • Wednesday: Crazy Hair to Show you Care and/or Wear Orange for Unity day. Either of these count, but NOT spirit wear. 
  • Thursday: Mix It up Day: Mixed up Clothes/ Mix it up at Lunch 
  • Friday: Hats ON for Healthy Choices: Wear a Hat.

NOTE: There will be NO special spirit day on October 30, as it is very close to Halloween. Let’s spread out the fun!
Become a Girl Scout! New Daisy Troops are Forming!
GIRLs (Go-getters, Innovators, Risk-takers, and Leaders) are invited to join Troop 31208 (1st Graders) and Troop 31201 (Kindergarteners).

If you are interested, please contact:

Live Oak PTA
Save the Date - Fundraising Day
at Zachary's in San Ramon - October 15
Eat at Zachary's on October 15th and 15% of your pre-tax bill will be donated to Live Oak Elementary School PTA! (See flyer in your child’s Thursday folder)

Help us raise funds for events such as the Harvest Festival, International Festival, Father-Daughter Dance and Mother-Son Bowling as a way to bring the Live Oak Community together!
Run for Education - Register Today!
New courses, new expo location, new parking, new medals!  Don’t miss out on the 36th Annual Run for Education on Sunday, October 13th. The 10K run starts at Charlotte Wood Middle School at 8am and the 5K starts at 8:30am on Camino Ramon, near BR 2700, adjacent to City Center.  Both courses are all new and both finish at BR 2700, next to City Center! 
The Run for Education includes events for the youngest runners ages 2-6, The Mini-Run! And our newest event is the Friendship Run, for students with special needs and their supporters. These events take place on Saturday, October 12th during our Health & Wellness Expo at BR 2700, adjacent to City Center. School groups, bands, choirs and mascots are invited to sign up to support the events on Saturday and Sunday.
The Run for Education, as part of the San Ramon Valley Education Foundation, supports the education of all students in the San Ramon Valley Unified School District. 
Don’t want to run? No problem! Become a volunteer or a Virtual Runner and still support your school! See all the details and register or sign up at
Auction for Education
The Auction for Education is Gearing Up! The Rotary Club of San Ramon is once again organizing the Auction for Education to benefit public education in our valley. Please mark your calendars! The auction will open November 1st at 10am and close November 9th at 10pm.

Questions? Contact Don Bierman.
Harvest Festival - October 26 - Pre-Order Activity Tickets
2013 Harvest Fest
Join us on Saturday October 26, from 11:30 am to 3:30pm to celebrate fall at Live Oak's Annual Harvest Festival . This event is free and open to the public.

Bring your family and friends and enjoy cakewalk, face painting, carnival games (look out for the new games added this year), Balloon twisting. There will be Halloween costume parade, magic show, NEW this year, STERLING THE BUBBLESMITH and much much more.

Tickets on Sale Now! Pre-order your activity tickets and get 5 free tickets with all advance ticket purchases. Tickets will be on sale on the blacktop after school on Wednesday October 16th and 23rd.

Please sign up to participate in contests and donate baked goods via the links below. We need your help and donations to make these activities a success.

Cake Bake-Off Contest : Do you love baking or have an amazing family cake recipe? Or do you like to just decorate? We invite teachers, staff, parents, and students to show us what you've got! Cake Bake-Off Contest Rules.

Watermelon Eating Contest : Love eating watermelon and want to have some messy fun? We are inviting K-5th grade students to show us what you've got! Bring your appetite to the Harvest Festival and let the eating begin!
Carved Pumpkin Contest : Have a talent for carving pumpkins? We invite teachers, staff, parents and students to show your artistic skills! Bring your PRE-CARVED pumpkins to Harvest Festival's Carving Pumpkin Contest! After judging, winning pumpkins will be displayed on the Harvest Festival stage. Carved Pumpkin Contest Rules .
Cake Walk : One of the most popular games at the Harvest Festival, participants walk around in a circle to music until it stops. The winner selects a yummy dessert as a prize! The cakes or baked goodie donations can be homemade or store-bought. Please make sure they are NUT FREE. Donate here .