Lucerne Valley High School student Emilia Daniels was presented with a special award from the school district on behalf of 33rd District Assemblyman Thurston “Smitty” Smith. She was awarded for her work on improving mental health care for students and for her participation in a Mighty Future Leaders presentation at the Small School Districts’ Association conference in March. (May 13, 2022)
News & Announcements
Elementary school substitute teacher — and future physical education instructor — Jamie P. Farrell was named the May Employee of the Month during the Thursday, May 12th meeting of the Lucerne Valley USD’s Board of Trustees. (May 13, 2022)
Superintendent Peter Livingston and school site administrators shared how far the district has come just this past year and outlined good things to come in the near future at the May 12th meeting of the Lucerne Valley Unified School District’s Board of Trustees. (May 14, 2022)
The increased requirements of state and federal funded programs has caused the Lucerne Valley Unified School District to create a job description for a new accountant position. (May 5, 2022)
The Lucerne Valley Unified School District has purchased a new electric school bus. Using grant funds from the Mojave Desert Air Quality Management District, the All-Electric Model Blue Bird T3RE 3904 vehicle was bought from a Colton-based bus sales company for around $400,000. (Wednesday, May 4, 2022)
The California Pivotal Practice Award Program was designed in partnership with our education associations to celebrate districts and schools that have completed an online application highlighting an innovative practice that was implemented during the 2020–21 school year, when California required schools to offer distance learning due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Crossroads Chapel Church in Lucerne Valley was filled to capacity on Saturday, April 23rd as family, students, teachers and countless friends came to celebrate the life of Kayden Madison Davis.
Family remembers silly, fun girl who “would light up the room,” loved basketball and dancing with friends to Tik-Tok videos.
Please visit the LCAP/LCFF page under "About Us" to participate in the 2022-23 Lucerne Valley Unified School District LCAP Survey.
Immediately after learning of the tragic deaths of sophomore student/athletes Kristy Klaus and Kayden Davis on Friday, April 8th, Lucerne Valley Middle High School and school district administrators put a plan into action to help students deal with the loss.