Liberty High School
Good Morning Liberty!
April 11, 2017
HS Baseball – dismiss players today at 2:00
Tuesday 4/11 dismiss at 2:15
Wednesday 4/12 dismiss at 2:30
JH Quiz bowl match on Tuesday, April 11, meet in Miss Jackson’s room at 3:10.
Juniors: JDUB day at John Wood Community College will be on April 21st. There will be a lot of fun events and competitions going on while you get the opportunity to learn more about what JWCC has to offer. If you plan on attending, you will need to RSVP at www.jwcc.edu/jdub, you will also need to turn in a prearranged absence form for the day. If you have any questions please speak with Mr. Adams.
8th grader pictures will be taken by Churchill Photography on April 11. Forms will be available soon. She will take a group picture of all 8th graders, and individual photos of those that are ordering. Pictures will begin today around 9:00.
Students interested in a healthcare related field: We will be offering a new course next year called Advanced Health. You will need to have already completed health class to be able to enroll. This course will cover advanced topics in health and explore health care related fields, amongst other topics. Through this course you will also be able to receive CPR certification. This would be an excellent class to take if you are thinking about nursing, pre-med, CNA, EMT or another other health related field. If you are interested, please see Mr. Adams ASAP to change your course registration.
Congratulations to these FCCLA Leaders:
Zoey and Justine Obert were awarded Most Outstanding National Delegate Silver Medalist
Madelyn Haley & Jayla Jensen each received a $9000 scholarship to Kendall College and are National Delegate Silver Medalist
Reed Tate and Hannah Daggett are National Delegate Silver Medalist
Logan Waid, Alli Esselman, Jessica Kearns and Ashley Kearns are State Silver Medalist
The Liberty FCCLA Chapter was named The Gold Emblem Chapter in the State Chapter Award Program for conducting an outstanding program of activities.
These kids competed against over nine hundred other students. Way to go!!!!
On Wednesday, April 12, Liberty School will participate in our required annual active shooter drill. This will be conducted in coordination with the Adams County Sheriff’s Department. The actual drill will begin first thing in the morning around 8:15 a.m. and will probably last about an hour, with a de-briefing meeting with students to follow in the gym/cafeteria. During the drill, representatives from each classroom in grades 5-12th grade, under the guidance of their teacher, will decide whether to remain in a lock down or escape from the building. This will depend on where the active shooter is located in the building. These students will meet sheriff’s deputies/school staff at the bus garage.
Juniors & Seniors – If you are bringing a guest to prom that does not attend LHS you must have a dance request form on file in the HS office. Stop by and see me if you have questions.
DEAR – Drop Everything and Read
April 11 – 6th hour
April 18 – 7th hour
April 25 – 8th hour
May 2 – 1st hour
April 11 – 8th grade pictures taken by Churchill Photography
April 13 – HS Bowling trip – 5.00 per student – 8:15-11:15 am
April 13 – 11:30 dismissal – School Improvement Day
April 14-18 – Spring Vacation
April 22 – LHS Prom at Holiday Inn, 5:30 pm
May 2 – HS Awards Night – 7:00 pm in the big gym
June 1 – 8th Grade Promotion – 7:00 in the HS Gym
June 2 – LHS High School Graduation, 7:00 pm in the big gym
June 10 – Liberty 5K Fun Run/Walk- 8:00 am, Liberty High School
Lunch for Today:
Tuesday – Taco Tuesday
Wednesday – Chicken Strips, Mashed Potatoes, Gravy, Fruit
Thursday – 11:30 dismissal – no lunch served
Wednesday – April 19 – Crispy Chicken, Green Beans, Fruit
Liberty School District will equip the whole student with the knowledge, skills, and character to achieve personal success as they "Soar to Excellence.”