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ESL Parent Night will be Thursday, Sept. 7

Dozens of Liberty schools’ English as a Second Language (ESL) students and their parents will join community members on Thursday, Sept. 7 for ESL Parent Night, a welcome back event that will feature a panel discussion between parents and ESL student alumni. Read more

LES holds PreK graduation

LES recently held its PreK graduation. These students have just thirteen more years to go before they graduate from LHS! view album

Students present country research project

Students from Ms. Weiner’s class proudly presented their poster boards on the country of their choosing. The students researched their country to produce their project. view album

Liberty Elementary School hosts Literacy Night

LES hosted a Literacy Night recntly where both students and parents were invited to take part in an assortment of activities intended to introduce the children to the joys of reading, and to demonstrate ways that their families can foster an appreciation for the importance of reading. Click Read more view album

Liberty Music Department announces Spring Concert schedule

The Liberty Central School Music Department is pleased to announce the 2017 Spring Concert series. All performances are in the Liberty High School David Panebaker Auditorium beginning at 7 p.m., unless otherwise noted. Click here for the complete schedule.

Kutschera's Kids Recycle!

As a culminating project in their natural resource social studies unit the kids from Ms. Kutschera first grade class completed a recycling project at home with family support. The project ties in nicely with Earth Day which occurs on Apr. 22. The assignment was to take materials you would normally throw away and make something useful or decorative. Rigoberto Barragan was very proud of the robot he created.

Leprechauns vist Kindergarten class

Ms. Tracey Magie reported that some leprechauns visited her Kindergarten classroom on Friday, March 17. She report they were "very mischievous". This may have been related to the celebration of St. Patrick's Day. View album

Fourth-grade band and orchestra website now available

Mr. Medina now has a fourth-grade band and orchestra website. This is a one-stop-shop for lesson schedules, practice tips and announcements Consider saving this link in your browser’s bookmarks to check back often.

Students win Times Herald Record drawing contest

Liberty Elementary School students Cristian Argenal and Sierra Morris were recognized for their creativity and artistic talent during the Times Herald Record "customize Santa's ride" contest. Read more

LES Pre-K students celebrate Kindness Day and Pajama Day

On Friday, Dec. 23, LES Pre-K students celebrated Kindness Day and Pajama Day by making crafts. They made Christmas wreaths out of Fruit Loops and pipe cleaners, Menorah’s from popsicle sticks and tissue paper, Kwanzaa-colored chain links; and snowflakes made from marshmallows and pretzel sticks. In the afternoon, Mrs. Melcher’s 4th grade students demonstrated ‘Kindness Day’ by reading holiday-themed books to the Pre-K students.   View album

Student entrepreneurs enjoy Mini-Economy Day

Mini-Economy Day is an event which provides students the opportunity to simulate their own business and sell hand made products. Students also became buyers and used currency established for the class economy.  Read more View album

Liberty Elementary School honors and thanks veterans (video included)

During a Wednesday morning assembly at Liberty Elementary School, students gathered to honor and thank local community veterans.  Read more View album

Photos from Halloween parade available online   

Click here to view a photo album.

Show your #LibertyPride

If you follow the district on social media, chances are you've seen the hashtag #LibertyPride. Join us in the conversation!  We want to make sure our community members are aware of the positive things taking place in our district each day. Who better to share that information than you? Read more

Starlight Chapter #74 donates school supplies to LES

Thank you to Starlight Chapter #74 for its generous donation of school supplies, mittens and socks. Students from Miss Benjamin’s class each chose an item from the donation basket; the rest of the supplies will be placed in the office for use throughout the school.

Student suggestions to bring improvement to Parks and Rec.

A fourth grade open panel and program survey that took place last year has resulted in very tangible results: a pledge to move forward with revisiting the types of programs and activities offered within the community to make it more fun and accessible for young students. Read more

Local veterans take flag-folding tradition to Liberty Elementary School

Second grade students honored Memorial Day early on May 24 with an outdoor flag-raising ceremony, a patriotic assembly and classroom visits throughout the day by local veterans. Click here to view photos.

Students present tourism, leisure ideas to community officials

A group of Liberty Elementary fourth-graders got the chance to present their community improvement suggestions to Mayor Ronald Stabak, Liberty Supervisor Charlie Barbuti and Parks and Recreation Director Brian Scardefield during an open panel on May 16.  View Album

Book Club Assembly "magical" for LES students

The magic of reading was revealed when special guest and magician Brian Curry performed his special “Book Club Assembly.” Book Club Assembly is an educational show, customized for elementary school students that combines captivating magic, audience participation, comedy, storytelling and music with messages which teach students the value of reading and using one's imagination. View Album

Students suggest elementary handbook amendments in panel

On Dec. 14, LES' fourth grade students discussed handbook amendments in an open-forum discussion with their Principals and Superintendent. read more

LES uses iPads to increase productivity, personalize learning

During the school's Sept. 16 open house event,  parents and guardians learned more about eSpark, an app-based program that Liberty’s elementary school teachers use to personalize and individualize learning. read more

Arrival and dismissal procedures take effect

As the new school year approaches, parents are reminded to adhere to the arrival and dismissal procedures in order to facilitate a safe enviornment for all students. read more

Liberty Elementary School is on Twitter

Follow @LibertyElemSchl tweet and updates, highlights, pictures, and other items of interest as they happen throughout the days at the school.  read more

Now serving free meals for all students

Beginning on Sept. 8, the district will serve free meals – both lunch and breakfast to all students, regardless of their income status.  read more

Learn more about free breakfast procedures

Every morning, free breakfast will be served in the cafeteria of Liberty High School.  read more

Find support and inspiration with Parent Today

Parent Today logoThe Parent Todaye-newsletter and website addresses important, age-appropriate topics and gives accessible, easy-to-implement strategies to build a stronger bridge between families and the classroom. LEARN MORE

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My School Bucks logo is an online payment and meal account monitoring system that can be used to make meal account payments and Latchkey Program payments.  Learn more

Useful tools and resources for parents

Please take advantage of the many communications tools and resources that Liberty offers to parents, including:

ParentPortal — a web-based tool that allows for secure access to your child's academic and school-related information. Once registered, parents can view information including attendance, discipline records, report cards and more. Click here to access School Tool | Instructions for Parent Portal (PDF)

SchoolMessenger — an automated phone message system used to alert students and families of urgent information about the district, including snow closings and delays.

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