Liberty High School
Good Morning Liberty!
February 26, 2016
Liberty's FCCLA Chapter received the Section Community Service Award and took 1st place in the Chapter Shirt Design Contest.
Congratulations to Todd Klingele for being elected to the FCCLA Section 8 Officer Team as the Vice President of Community Service for the 2016-17 Term.
We will have an assembly today at 2:30 for the ice bucket challenge.
To celebrate LEAP YEAR, there will be a jar of M&M's on a table in the lobby during lunch today and on Monday. Pay just 29 cents to guess how many are in the jar. The winner will be announced at the end of the lunch period on Monday and the jar will be theirs to take home.
There will be a mandatory meeting for all seniors going on the senior trip, on Tuesday, March 1, in the morning before school. The meeting will be held in Mrs. Vogel's room and start at 7:45 a.m.
In honor of the leap year, this Monday, during lunch, we are playing leap the river. The winners from each class will compete against each other. The overall winner will get a ticket worth $1.50 at the concession stand.
Leap, leap! Ribbet, ribbet! Leap your way into March! Student council will have twenty-nine 29s hidden in classrooms on Monday. If you find a 29, leap your way to the concession stand during lunch to claim your prize! J Happy Leap Year!!!!!
FCCLA had a strong showing with 9 members competing at the Section 8 STAR and Proficiency Competitive Event Competition. Congratulations to all of the following members for their hard work and the desire to educate, lead, and serve others through their FCCLA projects.
Shelby Clinging – 1st Place in Interior Design Event Senior Category
Sabrina Davis & Emily Zanger -1st Place in Illustrated Talk Event Senior Category
Rachel Hinkle 1st Place in Environmental Ambassador Event Senior Category
Logan Waid & Reed Tate – 1st Place in National Program in Action Senior Category
Todd Klingele – 1st Place in National Program in Action Jr. Category
Madelyn Haley & Jayla Jensen - 2nd Place in Illustrated Talk Event Jr. Category
John Wood Community College’s Fine Arts Department will hold auditions for music scholarships and portfolio reviews for visual arts scholarships on Friday, March 18.
High school seniors, first-time college students and transfer students from other colleges interested in auditioning for full or partial instrumental or vocal scholarships to JWCC for the 2016-17 academic year are encouraged to register before March 16 for priority appointments. Students may also audition on the day of the event without an appointment.
For information and to set an appointment for a music audition, contact Dr. Steven Soebbing, JWCC instructor of music and theatre, at 217.641.4999 or email@example.com.
Students – Don’t forget to bring your coins in to fill the Freezing for a Reason buckets. Donations will be accepted all week. Money goes to the Special Olympics’ Polar Plunge. The person with the most money in their bucket will freeze for a good reason! J
Seniors – JWCC foundation, academic, and leadership scholarship applications are available in Mr. Adam’s office. They are due March 8, 2016.
National FFA Week is next week! February 22-26
Friday- Wear your favorite FFA t-shirt! There will be a wood splitting contest during lunch in the ag shop this day.
There will also be a food drive going on all week. The classes will be going head to head to see who can bring in the most non-perishable food for the Liberty Food Pantry. The class to bring in the most food by Friday, February 26 will win a pizza party. However, to get pizza with your class you have to do your part too. The winning class members that bring four or more non-perishable food items in will receive the pizza party. If you don't contribute to your class's winning, you don't receive pizza. Turn your food items into the FFA members standing at the front doors every morning or to Mr. Buyck.
March 1 – 6th hour
March 8 – 7th hour
March 15 – 8th hour
March 22 – 1st hour
April 5 - 2nd hour
March 1 – HS Vocal Concert in the HS gym at 7:00 pm
March 3 – LHS band to Central High School. Bus leaves at 5:45
March 9 – Jostens will be here to deliver graduation items to the seniors at 7:30 am.
March 10 – Liberty JH ( 5-8th grades) band concert 7:00-8:00 pm in the big gym.
March 11 – End of 3rd nine weeks – School Improvement Day, 11:30 dismissal
March 12 & 13—3rd Annual 5 on 5 Basketball Tournament. The boys play on Saturday and the girls play on Sunday.
March 24 – 2:00 dismissal
Thursday, March 24th thru Tuesday, March 29th—SPRING BREAK- School resumes on Wednesday March 30th.
Friday, March 31st—Spring Pictures
April 8 – JH Dance @ Liberty School 6-9 pm
April 23 – Liberty High School Prom @ Quality Inn, 5:30 pm
May 3 – Liberty Vocal Concert, k-12 grades, 1:15-2:15 in LHS gym
May 3 – High School Awards Night, 7-8 pm in the LHS gym
May 10 – Spring ExtravaBANDZA, 5-12 grades, 7-8 pm in the LHS gym
Lunch for Today:
Friday – Stuffed Crust Pizza, Salad, Fruit, Cookie
Monday – Tenderloin on Bun, Corn, Fruit, Cookie
Tuesday – Taco Tuesday – Soft shells, meat, cheese, lettuce, sour