Schooltool mobile app available

Schooltool has announced the creation of a Mobile App which allows
parents to access their Parent Portal account from their

Parents and legal guardians of Liberty students have the ability
to access school-related information about their children through
a web-based application called Parent Portal. Parent Portal is an
extension of the district’s current student database system,

The information that is accessible through Parent Portal includes
schedules, grades, progress reports, report cards, attendance
records and, in some cases, class assignments. Parents can also
e-mail teachers directly from Parent Portal pages if they have
questions or comments.

The district is excited to announce that parents and students in
all grades will now be able to access Parent Portal through their
smart phones. Get assignments, grades and attendance information
instantly in one view.

The mobile app can be downloaded at the following links:

Once the app is downloaded, enter the following URL:
Your username and password is the same as the one used for the
Parent Portal website

For parents: In order to access the Parent Portal
mobile app, you must be an existing Parent Portal account holder.
Not registered for Parent Portal?
ontact your child’s school main office.

For students: In order to access the Parent
Portal mobile app, you must have activated your Google account
through your school.

Set up and activation for the schooltool Parent Portal creation is
an ongoing process. We ask for your patience as the district
diligently works toward getting accounts established.

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Liberty Elementary School honors and thanks veterans

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

Third- and fourth- grade students greeted each veteran as they entered through an honorary arch of flags.* Following a short breakfast reception, veterans were introduced and presented with hand-made gifts and songs.

During the assembly, elementary school principal Jackie Harris explained that it has been a school goal to demonstrate more patriotism and as such, every class sings patriotic songs such as this one after saying the Pledge of Allegiance at the start of each school day.

Students and teachers lined the gymnasium floor waving flags, singing songs, shaking hands, and most importantly thanking the men and women for their service.

Thank you to the following veterans for coming to the school’s celebration:

• Billy Bivins
• Chris Constant
• Christopher DaSilva
• Arthur Flynn
• Robert Gruedfender
• Bruce F. Grund
• Elijah J. Henderson Jr.
• Aaron John
• Clarence Kratz
• Felix Marty
• Scott Michael
• Regina Murphy
• Robert Owens
• Randy Peers
• Jim Pozzani
• Timothy Smith
• Alan Wilinken
• Jennifer Williams
• Toby Williams

*Liberty Elementary School would also like to thank the VFW Post 5808 for donating the flags to the third- and fourth-grade classes. As a lovely surprise, students were able to keep to the flag they waved during the veterans’ entrance.

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Sugar skulls sweeten Hispanic tradition

Honoring those who have died, connecting with their spirits and enjoying each other’s company, this is the theme of a well-known Mexican holiday.

Liberty Middle School students from Señora Canola-Murphy’s class celebrated those who have come before last week with a Day of the Dead celebration.

Señora Canola-Murphy says the celebration takes students away from a traditional classroom environment, but it is a wonderful opportunity to learn through a hands-on approach.

Every year, Señora Canola-Murphy incorporates Day of the Dead into her lessons and this year the tradition continued – with a twist!

Students had the opportunity to make authentic Mexican sugar skulls but also got to pick the brain of pastry pro Kim Simons and helped her decorate a large cake.

During each class, Senora shared a little history of the Day of the Dead and demonstrated how to decorate a sugar skull to take home. Stations were set up with piping bags of icing, sprinkles, glitter and colored sugar for students to add some shimmer and individuality to their designs.

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