The Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District (LVJUSD) is pleased to announce the following administrative appointment effective July 1, 2016: Vice Principal Valerie Nebo, Mendenhall Middle School.
Valerie Nebo is honored to become the Vice Principal of Mendenhall Middle School, after teaching in the Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District for 14 years. Ms. Nebo comes to Mendenhall most recently from Granada High School, where she has been an English teacher for the past eight years.
During the last two years, Ms. Nebo has also served as the International Baccalaureate (IB) Programme Coordinator, leading Granada High School through a successful process to become authorized as an IB World School. Prior to her work at Granada, Ms. Nebo also taught all levels of high school English at both Livermore High School and Vineyard High School. Ms. Nebo has taught Leadership, she has been instrumental in providing intervention to at-risk students, and she has coached the sprint team for Granada Track and Field.
Ms. Nebo earned her Bachelors of Science in Secondary Education from California University of Pennsylvania. She has recently completed her Masters in Educational Leadership, through California State University East Bay.
Ms. Nebo grew up in Livermore, attended Livermore schools, and is now a proud LVJUSD parent. She enjoys kayaking, reading, exercising, dancing, and, most of all, encouraging children and youth to be successful, happy, healthy and confident people. When asked about her new position, Ms. Nebo said, “While I will dearly miss my Granada High School family, I look forward to my new role at Mendenhall.”