Arroyo Seco Elementary School

January 2017

Two hiring events February 8th, 2017

There are many jobs openings in the Tri-Valley right now.  Part-time and full-time.  Next week, we have two on Wednesday to help connect job seekers with manufacturing jobs in Livermore.  Flyers are attached for both, and if you plan well, you can attend both.  
 
In the morning, from 10-12, AIS will be at the One-Stop.  They are the staffing/recruitment firm for the National Labs and Sandia.  They have over 15 jobs they are trying to fill.  In Livermore, there is an event planned for the morning and repeated in the afternoon with 4-5 manufacturing companies who are hiring in Livermore.  Draexlmaier will be hiring over 400 people for their new location in Livermore.  
 
Please pass along this information and flyer to anyone and everyone you know.  And if they need help or ideas on their resume, interviewing or preparing for job fairs, please direct them to the One-Stop or our website:  http://www.trivalleyonestop.org/job-seekers/free-downloads/
 

 

 

Happy New Year!

Happy New Year!

 

Dear Livermore Community,

 

Welcome to 2017! As we come back from the winter break, I hope you are recharged and eager to take on new challenges! I am always invigorated by the fresh start a new year brings, recalling the words of Edith Lovejoy Pierce: “We will open the book. Its pages are blank. We are going to put words on them ourselves. The book is called Opportunity, and its first chapter is New Year’s Day.”

Each day, we find ourselves with opportunities to make decisions, with opportunities to make a difference. This month, as our nation celebrates the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and his commitment to justice and equality, I would like to share how his message has shaped my own work as an educational leader. Nearly 50 years ago, Dr. King delivered a speech about the “drum major instinct” - the desire many people have to be out in front of the group, to be recognized for making a contribution. Yet Dr. King, a man who won the Nobel Peace Prize, was not one to seek the limelight or ask to wave the baton. He was a man of humility. At the heart of his speech is Dr. King’s core message: “he who is greatest among you shall be your servant.”

So, this month, let’s celebrate all who serve others. I am grateful for those in our community who are in public service, and for all who volunteer their time. Throughout our district, our staff of over 1,450 has chosen service as their vocation. I am grateful for my own opportunity to serve over 13,000 students and their families in our Livermore community. And I am grateful for your support and contributions to ensure that all of our students achieve growth and success, through the many opportunities our schools offer.

With gratitude,

Kelly Bowers, Ed.D.

Superintendent of Schools