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July 30, 2014
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LCSD District Office

115 Buckley Street
Liberty, NY 12754
Dist. Office (845) 292-6171
Main # (845) 292-5400

 

William Silver, Ed. D
Superintendent of Schools
(845) 292-6990

 

 

 

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NEWS
Upcoming Events
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LCSD district newsletter coverLiberty grads spotlighted in summer district newsletter
The summer district newsletter (PDF) includes articles about the Class of 2014 graduates, moving-up ceremonies in June and more. Read More

Board of Education to Meet on Aug. 26
The next regular meeting of the Board of Education is on Tuesday, Aug. 26, at 7 p.m. in the Liberty High School Media Center. meeting agendas AND minutes

Reorganizational Meeting Sets Board of Education Leadership
The Board of Education recently held its reorganizational meeting, naming Andrew Kavleski as president and Sheila Parks as vice president. Learn more

Liberty Twilight Track
When: July 9, July 16, July 23, July 30, August 6 at 6: 30 p.m.
Where: Liberty track in back of the high school
Who: Kids from 3 to 12 years old
Why: Kids who attend will be divided into groups by age. Each age group will run a distance appropriate for their age.
All participants will get a ribbon!

Liberty School District offers free summer food service program
Children under the age of 18 eat free in July and August  | read more

Missed the Phase 2 Community Forum?
View the PowerPoint presentation to learn more! (in PDF format)
If you weren't able to attend, more forums will be scheduled this autumn.

Parent TodayLiberty offers PARENT TODAY to district parents,  families
Covering pre-K through senior year, Parent Today is a fantastic resource for all parents - free for all Liberty parents - sign up today! | learn more

For News Archives, click HERE

District-wide Events

 

Board of Education Meetings

7/29 - Board of Education special meeting, HS Media Center, 7 p.m.
8/26
- Board of Education regular meeting, HS Media Center, 7 p.m.
   minutes, agendas, archives

Liberty Middle/High School: Grades 9-12

8/18 - HS/MS nurses available to sign student-athletes' yellow cards, 3:30-6 p.m.
8/18 - Fall varsity sports practices begin
8/19 - HS/MS nurses available to sign student-athletes' yellow cards, 3:30-6 p.m.
8/25 - HS/MS nurses available to sign student-athletes' yellow cards, 3:30-6 p.m.

Liberty Middle/High School: Grades 5-8

7/30 - Liberty Twilight Track (ages 3-12), Liberty High School track, 6:30 p.m.
8/6 -  Liberty Twilight Track (ages 3-12), Liberty High School track, 6:30 p.m.
8/18
- HS/MS nurses available to sign student-athletes' yellow cards, 3:30-6 p.m.
8/19
- HS/MS nurses available to sign student-athletes' yellow cards, 3:30-6 p.m.
8/25
- HS/MS nurses available to sign student-athletes' yellow cards, 3:30-6 p.m.
9/4
- Fall modified sports practices begin

Liberty Elementary School: Grades PreK - 4

7/30 - Liberty Twilight Track (ages 3-12), Liberty High School track, 6:30 p.m.
8/6 -  Liberty Twilight Track (ages 3-12), Liberty High School track, 6:30 p.m.

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Art students create custom signs for the LES Edible Garden

Students of LES Art Teacher Tracie Euker's class have been busily painting custom signs for the LES edible garden, located near the back exit of the elementary school, near School Street.

The artists have given up their recess period to come to Ms. Euker's class to create their signs, which will be placed throughout the raised beds of the garden.

EachES signs grade level is responsible for different areas of the garden, and will tend their plots until school is out. Over the summer, a group of volunteers will continue care of the beds and harvest vegetables as they come into season.

The garden gives students the chance to understand where and how food is produced and the many steps it takes to grow vegetables. For the fourth grade class, who are responsible for the squash, pumpkins and other hearty, late-season produce, it is a chance to connect the garden to history as they learn about colonial America, Thanksgiving traditions and the role of Native Americans in early American history.

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