Liberty High School
Good Morning Liberty!
September 30, 2015
A representative from Truman State University will be here to speak with interested students during the high school lunch hour this Thursday, October 1st.=
Freshmen- There will be a class meeting today. Please get your lunch as soon as possible and report to Mrs. Vogel's room.
It is a SPECtacular day! Your future is sure to be bright, and you will see much more clearly with your Liberty Eagle sunglasses. Be a shade cooler and buy yours today for only $5.00. Glasses will be sold in the concession stand during lunch. Have a SPECtacular day!
Student Council members wear your shirts on Thursday for a yearbook picture.
Volley for the Cure- If you would like to donate an item for the raffle, please contact Amanda Zehnle, Shelby Clinging, or Hadley Duke. These items do not have to be pink or breast cancer related. All items are welcomed and appreciated. =
Jr. High baseball players need to turn in their uniforms to Mr. Edgar by Friday.=
Educational Talent Search:
Cindy Unmisig will be here on Thursday, October 1 to meet with the students in Educational Talent Search. They will meet in the health room.
9:00-9:30 9th grade
10-10:30 10th grade
11:30-12 11 & 12th grade
12:15-12:4 6th graders
1-1:30 8th grade
1:40-2:10 7th grade
9th-12th Grade: JWWC is hosting the Illinois Regional College Fair Wednesday, October 14 from 6-7:30 pm. Here students can meet representatives from many in-state and out-of-state colleges and universities. See Mr. Adams for more details.
All Freshman & Sophomores will be attending the Safe Driving workshop on October 9. Stop by the office and pick up a field trip permission form. Students will leave school at 8:10 and return at 2:45. Please return completed forms to the HS office by Friday, October 2, 2015.
Seniors: Quincy Preserves is offering an annual $1,000 college scholarship. Two seniors will be chosen to receive this scholarship based on their scholastic achievement, personal integrity, involvement in school and community activities, and a well-written essay on preservation of historic buildings. Applicants do not have to be planning on studying historic preservation, but, rather, should demonstrate enough interest to foster any efforts to continue preservation in their communities. See Mr. Adams for applications. Completed applications are due February 8th.
Also seniors: Mr. Adams has a website that you can use to find scholarships for college. The website link is: http://libertyjustinadams.weebly.com/. See Mr. Adams if you have any questions.
P.E.O. STAR Scholarships are now available in Mr. Adams's office.
P.E.O. Chapter is looking for college bound, female senior high school students who might be interested in applying for a $2,500 scholarship from their International organization.
Need to have it in by October 17th, 2015.
DEAR: October 6 – 5th hour
October 3 – LHS Band - Barry Apple Festival Parade at 1:00 pm
October 12 – No School – Columbus Day
October 16 – School Improvement Day – 11:30 dismissal – end of 1st quarter
October 16 – Sadie Hawkins dance at Liberty School
October 28 – 11:30 dismissal – Parent Teacher Conferences 4-8:00 pm
October 29 – 11:30 dismissal – Parent Teacher Conferences 4-8:00 pm
October 30 – No School – Parent Teacher Conferences 8-11:00 am
October 30 – Liberty School Choir Dessert Cabaret at 7:00 in the cafeteria
November 3 – Student Council Blood Drive at LHS
November 4 – Picture retake day for Pk- 12 grades
November 13 – Seniors- Jostens will be here with graduation information at 8:05.
November 18 – seniors – Jostens will be here to take graduation orders and money at lunch.
Lunch for Today:
Wednesday – Chicken & Noodles, Mashed Potatoes, Gravy, Roll, Fruit
Thursday – Potato Bar, Chili, sour Cream, fruit, Cookie, Cheesy Bosco Stick
Friday – Chicken Quesadilla Pizza, Sour Cream, Salsa, Salad, Fruit