The New York State Public High School Athletic Association acknowledges student-athletes during the fall, winter and spring seasons. A team is recognized if the GPA of 75% of the members of the team is 90 or greater. The team receives a certificate. In addition, all members of a team whose GPA is 90 or greater receive a pin to acknowledge their accomplishment.
(A * indicates a student whose average was 90 or above.)
Boys Indoor Track
Girls Indoor Track
For the remainder of this school year, the Liberty Central School District’s Student Services Department will be coordinating and conducting our Committee on Special Education (CSE) Annual Review meetings. As you may know, CSE Annual Review meetings are essential to our students’ educational plans towards success. We are requesting that all parents or guardians attend the meetings. To show support for our families, the department will be providing refreshments during each meeting.
In addition to discussing our students’ educational plans for next year, we will also be conducting a parent survey mandated by the New York State Department of Education. The Indicator 8 parent survey is designed to measure the “percent of parents with a child receiving special education services who report that schools facilitated parent involvement as a means of improving services and results for children with disabilities” (NYSED, 2016). There will be time allotted during the meeting so every parent or guardian will be able to complete the survey.
In conjunction with the nation wide recognition designating the
month of March as “Music in Our Schools Month,” The Liberty
Central School High School Music Department will present their
Annual POPS Prism Concert on Wednesday, March 8, 2017 at 7 p.m. in
the David E. Panebaker Auditorium (snow date is March 9.)
The concert will feature all of our high school performing
ensembles, soloists, and small ensembles performing an array of
popular tunes past to present.
This unique prism concert format allows for a continuous cycle of
music as each song flows into the next without applause and
minimum interruption. For this reason, audience members should
plan on being in their seats by 7 p.m. Entry into the auditorium
after the start of the concert cannot be guaranteed. The students
are under the direction of Tim Hamblin, Dan McConnell and Sarah
The concert is free and open to the public. Donations will be
appreciated to help support our music scholarships.
Please contact Timothy Hamblin, Director of Music for further
information. He can be reached at 292-5400 X2021 or