JV Girls Volleyball Coach

POSITION AVAILABLE: JV Girls Volleyball Coach

HOURS: As per volleyball schedule

LOCATION: Liberty High School, Buckley St., Liberty

EFFECTIVE DATE: Immediately

PROFESSIONAL: NYS Certified Coach

EXPERIENCE: Volleyball Coaching Experience Preferred

SALARY: Based on experience and the current LFA Agreement

RECRUITING OFFICER: Derek Adams EMAIL: dadams@libertyk12.org

DUE DATE: ASAP

APPLY VIA: www.olasjobs.org

145 Buckley Street, Liberty, New York 12754 • Telephone (845) 292-5400 Ext 2300 • Fax (845) 292-5691

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Varsity, JV sports start Monday, Aug. 19

All Varsity and JV sports begin on Monday. Athletes should be registered and approved on Family ID so that they may begin practice. Approved status means that a current athletic participation Pascal must be on file with Mrs. Shortall, the high school nurse. Athletes should also bring a signed copy of the athletic handbook form.

Here is the schedule for practices for the first week:

Football: Monday to Friday from 4:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in the High School
Boys Soccer: Monday to Friday from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the High School
Girls Soccer: Monday to Friday from 5:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Elementary School
Girls Tennis: Monday to Friday from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. on the High School tennis courts
Cross Country: Monday to Friday from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the High School
Volleyball: Monday to Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. at the High School

Liberty Pride!

Camp Invention begins Monday, Aug. 19!

Camp Invention, a summer enrichment program offered at schools nationwide, begins Monday, Aug. 19 at Liberty High School!

During Camp Invention’s new program, Supercharged, students in kindergarten through Grade 6 will build confidence, learn to collaborate and transform their wild imaginations into epic creations. Supercharged  features hands-on activities to promote science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) learning; building resourcefulness and problem-solving skills, and encourages entrepreneurship.

Campers will learn creative problem-solving skills while coding and programming futuristic robots, uncovering ancient fossils, designing high-tech superhero gadgets and exploring radio frequencies.

Students in grade 7-9 will take part in the camp’s Leaders-in-Training program, gaining mentoring and collaboration skills while helping guide campers throughout the week.

Liberty Elementary School teacher and MakerSpace facilitator Tamika Terry will lead the program, which meets 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. and features hands-on STEM activities teaching campers to question, explore, break through obstacles and even embrace failure.

Each day in this five-day long camp will focus on four modules and their coordinating projects:

Creative Problem Solving

Students team up to rebuild ships and design underwater equipment in Deep Sea Mystery.

STEM Application

In DIY Orbot, participants explore circuit boards, motors and gears as they design a remote-control bot to take on obstacles from sports to dance.

Innovation

Students collaborate with inventor superheroes and take on the role of engineers, fabricators and innovators to conquer villains in Innovation Force.

Confidence

Kids become successful entrepreneurs in Farm Tech, as they code bots to turn a polluted wasteland into a money-making machine and create devices to save animals.

Special Board of Education meeting Aug. 21

There will be a special meeting of the Liberty Central School District Board of Education 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 21 in the District Office, 115 Buckley St., Liberty.

This open meeting is for the purpose of Board of Education voting on the tax levy and any other action items as necessary.  There will be no other regular business.

The agenda will be available Tuesday, Aug. 20 at BoardDocs.

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Dear Parent or Guardian:

We are pleased to inform you that Liberty High School, Liberty Middle School and Liberty Elementary School will be implementing a meal certification option available to schools participating in the National School Lunch and School Breakfast Programs for the 2019-2020 school year. 

What does this mean for your child(ren) attending the school(s) identified above?  

All students enrolled in Liberty High School, Liberty Middle School and Liberty Elementary School  are eligible to receive a healthy breakfast and lunch at school at no charge to your household each day of the 2019-2020 school year. No further action is required of you. Your child(ren) will be able to participate in these meal programs without having to pay a fee or submit an application.

If you have further questions, contact Dara Smith, Food Service Director, at 845-292-5400  ext 2040. 

Sincerely,

 

Dr. Augustine Tornatore
Superintendent of Schools 

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Athletes register using Family ID, help available

If you need assistance with Family ID, support will be provided on August 15, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. in room 313 of the high school. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to come to our support opportunity or to call Mr. Bianco, the athletic director, at 292-5400 extension 2013. You may also e-mail Mr. Bianco at pbianco@libertyk12.org.

We are excited to announce that we are continuing to offer the convenience of online athletic registration through FamilyID (www.familyid.com).  FamilyID is a secure registration platform that provides you with an easy, user-friendly way to register for our athletic programs, and helps us to be more administratively efficient and environmentally responsible.  When you register through FamilyID, the system keeps track of your information in your FamilyID profile. You enter your information only once for each family member, for multiple uses and multiple programs.

BEFORE YOU REGISTER:

All student-athletes must have a current physician’s physical on file with the health office to participate in sports. 

If your student athlete’s physical is expired, you may submit a new one to the health office by taking a picture or scanning a copy and uploading it to the FamilyID form. You may also hand in a hard copy to the appropriate school health office. 

REGISTRATION PROCESS: 

Junior Varsity and Varsity Sports:

  • Registration for Junior Varsity and Varsity Fall Sports opens on July 19, 2019.
  • The Junior Varsity and Varsity Fall sports season begins on August 19, 2019.

Modified Sports:

  • Registration for Modified Fall Sports opens on August 5, 2019. 
  • The Modified Fall sports season begins on September 5, 2019.

If you already have an account you may use the information you submitted in previous seasons to save time with future registrations. Please use the following steps:

  1. Click on the Current Season registration form on your school’s Family ID Landing page.    https://www.familyid.com/liberty-central-school-district-athletics
  2. Login using the email address and password you created previously (do not create a new account).
  3. Choose the sport.
  4. Click on “Add Participant Below or Click to Select” and pick your child’s name.
  5. Update health and demographic information, if necessary.
  6. Sign-off on seasonal agreements.
  7. Save  and Submit.

Follow these steps to create an account for the first time.:

  1. To find your program, click on the link provided by the Organization above and select the registration form under the word Programs.
  2. Next click on the green Register Now button and scroll, if necessary, to the Create Account/Log In green buttons. If this is your first time using FamilyID, click Create Account. Click Log In, if you already have a FamilyID account.
  3. Create your secure FamilyID account by entering the account owner’s First and Last names (parent/guardian), email address and password. Select I Agree to the FamilyID Terms of Service. Click Create Account.
  4. You will receive an email with a link to activate your new account. (If you don’t see the email, check your email filters (spam, junk, etc.).
  5. Click on the link in your activation email, which will log you into FamilyID.com.
  6. Once in the registration form, complete the information requested. All fields with a red * are required to have an answer.
  7. Click the Continue button when your form is complete.
  8. Review your registration summary.
  9. Click the green Submit button. After selecting ‘Submit’, the registration will be complete. You will receive a completion email from FamilyID confirming your registration.

If you need assistance with registration, contact FamilyID at support@familyid.com or 888-800-5583 extension 1.  Support is available 7 days per week and messages will be returned promptly. In addition, if you require computer access or need assistance, please call, or make an appointment with the Main Office in the High School at 845-292-5400, extension 2005 or the Main Office in the Middle School at 845-292-5400 extension 230. 

LES 2019-20 classroom supply lists available

Mrs. Bayer’s Kindergarten Supply List

  • 1 book bag labeled with your child’s name
  • 2 packages  #2 pencils
  • 1 box of erasers
  • 2 composition notebooks
  • 12 glue sticks
  • 3  2-pocket folders
  • 4 EXPO dry erase markers
  • 2 standard boxes of 24 crayons
  • 1 package of markers
  • 1 box of tissues
  • 1 container of play dough
  • 1 box of Ziploc bags (quart or gallon)
  • 1 set of clothes (if needed for accidents)
  • 1 pair of extra sneakers for PE days
  • Girls: Washable watercolor paint 8 count set
  • Boys: 1 Elmer’s liquid glue

Ms. Benjamin’s Supply List

  • 24 #2 pencils (Ticonderoga are best)
  • 1 package of pencil-top erasers or the rectangular ones
  • 2 marble composition notebooks
  • Three 2-pocket folders (the pockets on the bottom work best)
  • 2 small boxes of crayons or colored pencils-No markers!
  • 5 large glue sticks
  • 1 pair of scissors
  • 3 large boxes of tissues (to be shared)
  •  1 package of Post It Notes
  • Pencil case
  • 2 packages of dry erase markers. Fine tip works best
  • Headphones (earbuds are best)

Label notebooks and folders with your child’s name. Most other supplies
(crayons, pencils, glue post-it notes, etc.) will all be shared throughout the
classroom so please do not label these items.

Mrs. Bury’s Kindergarten Supply List

  • 24 Eimers Glue Sticks (no Ross or Kidstick,please)
  • 2 Pocket Folders (1 for take-home papers, 1 for a writing folder)
  • 1 standard composition notebook
  • 1 pkg. expo dry erase markers
  • 2 pkg. of 24 crayola crayons
  • 1 pkg. crayola classic markers
  • 1 pkg. of colored pencils
  • 2 packages of #2 pencils
  • 1 package of index cards
  • 4 pkg. of baby wipes and 2 boxes of tissues
  • A change of clothes in a zip-lock bag with child’s name on the
    bag,  label each article of clothing
  • Boys: 1 box of gallon size zip-lock bags, 1 box of snack size zip lock bags, regular sized paper plates (non-wax kind)
  • Girls: 1 box of gallon size ziplock bags, 1 box of sandwich size zip-lock bags, small paper plates
  • To keep germs down to a minimum, please feel free to send in tissues and hand sanitizer.

Ms. Cinque’s and Mrs. Smith’s  Supply List

  • Headphones for iPad
  • #2 pencils (no mechanical pencils)
  • 1 package of pencil-top erasers or the rectangular ones
  • 3 marble composition notebooks
  • 4 2-pocket folders (the pockets on the bottom work best)
  • a small box of crayons or colored pencils
  • package of glue sticks
  • large pack of Post It Notes
  • pair of blunt-tipped scissors
  • three large boxes of tissues
  • two packages of dry erase markers
  • one clipboard
  • 2-3 highlighters

Mrs. Colao’ s supply list

Required:

  • Backpack. Larger ones work better
  • Folder (plastic ones last longer)- to send work, correspondence home
  • Composition notebook – daily communication purposes
  • 1 package of #2 pencils
  • 1 hard plastic/metal pencil box
  • 8 glue sticks
  • 1 box of markers
  • 1 box of Crayola crayons
  • 1 box of Zip lock sandwich bags
  • Extra set of clothing labeled with your child’s name

Optional and appreciated:

  • Tissues
  • 2 gallon zip lock bags
  • dry erase markers (fine tip)

Mrs. Conklin’s  and Mrs. James’ Supply List

  • Erasers (3)
  • Glue Sticks (2-8 packs)
  • Plastic Pencil Box (1)
  • Box of Pencils
  • Box of Crayons (2-24 packs)
  • Colored Pencils (8/12 pack)
  • Marble Notebooks (3)
  • Folders: 1 of each Yellow, Orange, Purple
  • Folder of Choice (2)
  • Scissors (1)
  • Hand Sanitizer (2)
  • Disinfecting wipes (2)
  • Tissues (5)

Mrs. Countrymen’s Supply List

  • 2 red poly (plastic) pocket folder (no fasteners)
  • 2 boxes of Crayons (no more than 24/box)
  • 2 pocket folders of your choice (please put names on their folders)
  • 2 marble composition notebooks wide rule (please put names on them)
  • 2 dozen pencils (Try to buy Ticonderoga pencils)
  • Expo dry-erase markers (6 fine tip  & 6 bullet tip)
  •  1 package of Crayola markers
  • 6 glue sticks
  • 1 package of 6 post-it notes
  • 3 large boxes of tissues
  • 1 package of 2 large pink erasers
  • 1 box of Ziploc bags (girls buy gallon, boys buy quart)
  •  1 book bag or backpack labeled with name to carry supplies and homework
  • extra change of clothes to leave at school (gym sneakers are a good idea too)

Mrs. Faria’s Supply List

  • 1 red pocket folder &  1 blue pocket folder
  • 2 packages of Crayola twistable crayons 8 pack (no more than 24)
  • 1 pocket folder of your choice
  • 1 heavy duty pocket folder (please put names on their folders)
  • 2 marble composition notebook (please put names on them)
  •  32 #2 yellow pencils (No fancy pencils. Sharpened, Ticonderoga pencils are best)
  • 1 pack of 4 Black Expo dry-erase markers
  • 1 pack fine point Black Expo dry­ erase markers
  • 1 package of 3×5 index card
  • 15 glue sticks
  • 1 pair of scissors
  • 3 large boxes of tissues
  •  1 package of 2 large pink erasers
  • 1 box of sandwich or snack size Ziploc bags
  •  1 pair of earbuds (for personal use)
  • $4 for Scholastic News Subscription

Mrs. Farrand’s and Mrs. Schafer’s Supply List

  • 2 or 3 boxes of pencils (Dixon/Ticonderoga sharpen the best!)
  • Pencil top erasers
  • Student scissors
  • 12 glue sticks
  • 4 pocket folders
  • 3 composition notebooks
  • Crayons
  • 1 box of markers
  • Pencil box/case
  • 3 boxes of tissues
  • 1 box black dry erase markers
  • 1 pair of ear buds for student school iPad

Mrs. Fodor’s Supply List

  • 6 pocket folders (please put names on their folders)
  •  3 boxes of Crayons (no more than 24)
  • 2 packages of #2 pencils
  •  4 marble composition notebooks with name label
  • l package of magnetic letters
  • 2 packs of Expo dry-erase markers
  • l package of post-its
  • 30 glue sticks
  •  l pair of scissors
  • 2 large boxes of tissues (lo be shared)
  •  l package of large pink erasers
  • $6 for Scholastic News
  • l box of gallon size Ziploc bags
  •  l box of sandwich or snack size Ziploc bags
  •  l package of paper plates
  • l package of plastic cups
  • l set of clothes,  sneakers
  • l package of Play-Dough
  • l book bag or backpack (Labeled with name to carry supplies and homework)
  • l package of index cards

Fourth Grade Team  Supply List

  •  1 package of Crayola colored pencils (primary colors)
  • 24 #2 pencils (Ticonderoga are best!)
  • 1-2 small hand-held pencil sharpener(s)
  • 6 Marble (Composition) notebooks
  • 1 box Crayola Crayons
  • 4 – 6 Elmer’s Glue sticks
  • 2-4 packages of yellow Post It Notes
  • 5 2-pocket folders (Reading, Writing, Math, Social Studies/Science)
  •  3 boxes of tissues
  •  2 packages of wide-ruled white loose leaf paper
  •  2 packages Dry Erase Markers
  •  1 pair of scissors
  • One, 1″ binder
  • Pencil erasers
  •  Ruler
  •  Protractor

Mrs. Gorr’s and Ms. Green’s  Supply List

  • Crayola crayons ( no more than 24)
  • 2 boxes of #2 pencils
  • 5 glue sticks
  •  Three sturdy pocket folders (with bottom pockets only)
  • 1 large box of tissues
  •  Scissors
  •  A backpack or book bag to carry supplies and homework.
  • 1 package of index cards
  •  4 large erasers
  •  Two composrnon notebooks ( No Spiral bound books)
  • Four fine point dry erase markers (No fat tips)
  •  1 pack of Post-its

Send in an extra set of clothes to be kept at school in case of accidents. Label all supplies with your child’s name.

Ms. Hand’s Supply List

  • 4 dozen #2 pencils
  • 3 spiral notebooks
  • 3 2-pocket folders
  • 1 pencil case
  • 1 box of crayons or color pencils
  • 1box of markers
  • 3 small glue sticks
  • 1 pair of scissors
  • 4 boxes of tissues (to be shared)
  • 2 packs of dry erase markers
  • 1 package of post-it notes
  • 1pack of highlighters
  • 1 package of baby wipes
  • 1set of headphones (please do not spend a lot of money)

Mrs. Hoffman’s Supply List

  •  Headphones or earbuds for iPod
  • Two dozen # 2 pencils
  • 1 package of pencil-top erasers or the rectangular ones
  •  Four marble composition notebooks
  • Four 2-pocket folders (pockets on the bottom work best)
  • A small box of crayons or colored pencils
  • A package of glue sticks
  •  A pencil case
  • Two pocks of Post It Notes
  • Pair of scissors (no sharp tips please!)
  • Two boxes of tissues (to be shored)
  • Two packages of dry erase markers

Mrs. Houghtaling’s  Supply List

  • 24 #2 pencils (Ticonderoga brand pencils are best!)
  • 1 package of pencil-top erasers or the rectangular ones
  • 3 marble composition or spiral bound notebooks – see below
  • 6 two-pocket folders (Pockets on the bottom work best!) – see below
  • Small box of crayons or colored pencils
  • 1 package of glue sticks
  • 1 pair of scissors
  • 2 large boxes of tissues (to be shared)
  • 1 multipack of 3×3 inch Post It Notes {lighter colors work best)
  • 1 package of loose-leaf paper
  • Pencil Case
  • 1 package of black dry erase markers
  • 1 handheld pencil sharpener with receptacle to hold shavings
  • 3 highlighters (one yellow, one blue, one green)
  • headphones or earbuds for using with the iPads

Following the color coded system below helps stay students organized. Keep this in mind when shopping for folders and notebooks.

Reading/ELA folder and notebook: red
Math folder and notebook: blue
Mini Economy folder: green
HW folder and notebook: your choice
eSpark folder: yellow
Fundations folder: purple

Label notebooks and folders with your child’s full name.

Ms. Kehrley’s Supply List

  • 6 pocket folders with name labels
  •  3 boxes of Crayons (no more than 24)
  • 2 packages of #2 pencils
  • 4 marble composition notebooks with name labels
  • 1 package of index cards
  • 2 packs of Expo dry-erase markers
  •  1 package of post-its
  • 30 glue sticks
  • 1 pair of scissors
  • 2 large boxes of tissues
  • 1 package of large pink erasers
  • $6 for Scholastic News
  • 1 box of gallon size Ziploc bags
  • 1 box of sandwich or snack size Ziploc bags 1 package of paper plates
  • 1 package of plastic cups
  • 1 set of clothes & sneakers
  • 1 package of Play-Dough
  •  1 book bag or backpack (Labeled with name to carry supplies and homework)

Mrs. Kline’s Supply List

  • 2 packages of Crayola colored pencils (primary colors)
  •  24 #2 pencils (Ticonderoga brand pencils are bestl)
  • 6 Marble (Composition) notebook
  • 1 box Crayola Crayons
  • 4 – 6 Eimers Glue sticks
  • 2-3 packages of yellow Post It Notes
  • 4 two-pocket folders (Reading, Writing, Math, Social Studies/Science)
  •  2 boxes of tissues
  • 2 packages of wide- ruled white loose-leaf paper
  • 2 packages Expo Dry Erase MarkeRS
  • 1 pair of scissorS
  • Erasers
  • 1 package of yellow highlighters
  • 1 one inch binder

Mrs. Knight’s Kindergarten Supply List

  • 24 Elmers Glue Sticks (no Ross or Kidstick,please)
  • 2 Pocket Folders (1 for take-home papers. 1 plain red one for writing folder in class)
  • 1 standard composition notebook
  • 2 pkg. expo dry erase markers
  • 1 pkg. of 24 crayola crayons
  • 1 pkg. crayola classic markers
  • 1 pkg. of colored pencils
  • 4 pkg. of baby wipes and 2 boxes of tissues
  • A change of clothes in a zip-lock bag with child’s name on the bag,  please label each article of clothing
  • Boys: 1 box of gallon size ziplock bags, 1 box of snack size zip­ lock bags, regular sized paper plates (non-wax kind)
  • Girls: 1 box of gallon size ziplock bags, 1 box of sandwich size zip-lock bags, small paper plates

To keep germs down to a minimum, please feel free to send in
tissues and hand sanitizer.

Ms. Kratz’s Supply List

  • Backpack
  • 2 plastic folders
  • 1 blue paper folder
  • 1 pack of #2 pencils (Ticonderoga are the best)
  • 2 marble note books (wide ruled)
  • 2 pack of white 3×5 cards
  • 10 glue sticks
  • 1 standard box of 24 Crayola crayons
  • 1 (10 count) pack of Crayola markers (classic colors)
  • 1 box of 12 count colored pencils
  • 4 dry erase markers (fine tip)
  • 4 dry erase markers (bullet tip)
  • 2 boxes of tissues
  • 1 pair of child scissors
  • Girls – 1 box of quart zip lock bags
  • Boys – 1 box of gallon zip lock bags

Mrs. Kutschera-Zombo ‘s Supply List

  • 1 box of 24 crayons (Crayola brand please)
  • 2 dozen number 2 pencils (Ticonderoga brand please)
  • 1 box colored pencils (sharpened)
  • 1 box fine tipped dry-erase makers (black)
  • 2 highlighters (any color)
  •  1 personal pencil sharpener that catches the shavings.
  • 2 large boxes of tissues
  • Post-It Notes
  • 1 pack of index cards with lines
  • 1 set of Earbuds or Head Phones (these will not be shared)
  • 1 plastic pencil pouch
  • Plastic pencil box (label with your child’s name)
  • A backpack to carry daily notices and schoolwork.
  • If your child brings money please put in a small purse or envelope labeledwith their name on it.
  • Healthy snack (every day)
  • Please send an extra set of clothes to be kept at school in case of accidents.
  • An individual water bottle-to be filled nightly at home (please label with
    your child’s name).

Mrs. Poley-Gorr’s Supply List

  • 48, #2 Pencils (Ticonderoga works the best)
  • 4 large pink erasers
  • Student scissors
  • 8 glue sticks
  • 4 dry erase markers
  • 2 yellow highlighters
  • 4 pocket folders
  • 3 composition (not spiral) notebooks (wide ruled)
  • Colored pencils
  • Crayons (24pack)
  • Markers (8 pack)
  • Pencil I tool box
  • 2 boxes of tissues
  • A backpack or book bag to carry homework
  • A small purse or wallet with your child’s name for ice cream money

Miss Sharrin’s Supply List

  • Backpack
  • 2 folders, any style (Please label with your child’s name)
  • 1 pack of #2 pencils
  • 2 large erasers
  • 1 soft pencil case
  • 2 composition notebooks (wide-ruled) ❏ 2 packs of 3x5” cards
  • 4 glue sticks
  • 1 box of colored pencils
  • 1 box of markers
  • 4 dry erase markers (Fine tip)
  • 2 boxes of tissues (large)
  • Boys: 1 box of ziploc bags- quart size
  • Girls: 1 box of ziploc bags- gallon size
  • Extra change of clothes

Lista de útiles escolares de la Miss Sharrin

  • Mochila
  • 2 carpetas (etiqueta con el nombre de tu hijo)
  • 1 paquete de lápices numero 2
  • 2 gomas de borrar grandes
  • 1 estuche suave de los lapices
  • 2 cuadernos de composición (de regla ancha)
  • 2 paquetes de tarjetas de 3×5 “
  • 4 barras de pegamento
  • 1 caja de lápices de colores
  • 1 caja de marcadores
  • 4 marcadores de borrado en seco (punta fina)
  • 2 cajas de pañuelos (grandes)
  • Niños: 1 caja de bolsas ziploc – tamaño cuarto
  • Niñas: 1 caja de bolsas ziploc – tamaño galón
  • Cambio extra de ropa

Mrs. VanLeuven’s Supply List

  • 1 red pocket folder
  • 1 blue pocket folder
  • 1 pocket folder of your choice (Used for homework folder)
    (Please put names on their folders)
  • 2 boxes of Crayons (no more than 24/box)
  • 2 marble composition notebooks (Please put names on them)
  • 2 packages of pencils
  • 1 pair of scissors
  • 2 packs of 4 Black Expo dry­ erase markers (1 pack of fine point)
  • 1 package of 3×5 index cards
  • 12 glue sticks
  • 1 package of post-it notes
  • 3 large boxes of tissues
  • 1 package of 2 large pink erasers
  • 1 box of sandwich or gallon Ziploc bags
  • 1 set of earbuds
  • $3 for Scholastic News Subscription
  • 1 book bag or backpack labeled with name to carry supplies and homework

Ms. Vasta’s Supply List

  • 1 book bag (back pack) labeled with child’s name
  • 1 set of clothes (if needed for ‘accidents’ or spills)
  • 1 pair of headphones
  • 3 boxes of crayons (Crayola preferred)
  • 1 box of Crayola markers
  • 8 glue sticks
  • 1 composition notebook
  • 1 one subject spiral notebook
  • 2 packages
  • #2 pencils (Ticonderoga brand preferred)
  • 1 package of colored pencils
  • 2 cans of any colored play-doh
  • 2- two pocket folders- Please do not write your child’s name on these
  • box of gallon size Ziploc bags
  • 1 box of sandwich or snack bags
  • 1 package of paper plates
  • 1 8oz package of plastic cups

Supplies that can be donated:

  • Tissues
  • Hand Sanitizer
  • Baby Wipes

Mrs. Williams’s Supply List

  • Crayola crayons 24 pack only
  • 24 #2 pencils YELLOW (sharpened, no fancy pencils)
  • 1 pair of scissors
  • 10 glue sticks
  • 4 sturdy pocket folders (bottom pocket) plastic preferred
  • 2 boxes of tissues
  • 2 large erasers (to be replenished as the year goes on)
  • 4 black and white composition notebooks
  • 3 Low Odor Expo markers (black only)
  • 12 pack colored pencils

LMS 2019-20 classroom supply lists available

Mr. Franke’s and Mrs. Merkle’s Supply List

  • Spelling- Marble Composition Notebook (wide rule), pocket folder
  • Reading – Marble Composition Notebook (wide rule), pocket folder
  • Writing- pocket folder, marble composition notebook
  • Math- 1″ binder, 1 pocket folder
  • Social Studies- 1″ Binder
  • Science- 1″ binder, 1 pocket folder
  • 3 packages Loose-Leaf paper- wide rule
  • 2 dozen Pencils (Number 2) No Mechanical Pencils, No Pens!
  • Erasers
  • 2 Highlighters (any color)
  • 1 box of 8 colored pencils
  • 2 large box of tissues
  • A zip case that is easy to carry (optional)

Mr. Herbek’s and Mrs. Housman’s Supply List

  • Spelling/Reading 1 inch binder
  • Writing- pocket folder
  • Social Studies- 1 inch binder 1 pocket folder
  • Science- 1 inch binder
  • 3 packages Loose-Leaf paper- wide rule
  • 3 dozen Pencils (Number 2) No Mechanical Pencils, No Pens!
  • 1 Magazine Holder (cardboard) ELA/SS
  • Erasers
  • Pencil Sharpener (with casing)
  • 2 Highlighters (any color)
  • 1 box of 8 colored pencils
  • 3 large box of tissues
  • A zip case that is easy to carry (optional)

Mrs. Skelly’s and Mrs. Sarigiannis’ Supply List

  • 3 Two-Inch Three Ring Binders (1) for ELA and SS, (1) Math and (1) Science
  • 4 Marble Composition Notebooks (wide ruled) for ELA and Social Studies
  • 2 Two-Pocket Folders
  • 3 packages of sharpened No. 2 Pencils (No mechanical pencils, please)
  • 1 package each of green pens and blue or black erasable pens
  • 2 hand-held pencil sharpeners with receptacle to catch shavings
  • 1 zip pencil case that clips into the math binder
  • 1 zip pencil case that is easy to carry
  • 1 small box of colored pencils, markers, highlighters and a glue stick
  • 1 large box of tissues
  • Loose-leaf paper (wide ruled)
  • 2 packages of Post-it Notes (3in. x 3in.)
  • 1 package of small index cards

Grade 6 Supply List

  • ELA and Social Studies
    • 1 binder (2 or 2 Yz inch rings) – NO Trapper keepers
    • 12 dividers
    • 3 plastic folders
    • 4 marble/composition notebooks
    • Post It notes (3×3 and 1 Yz x2)
  • Math and Science
    • 1 marble notebook (non-spiral)
    • 1 folder
    • 1 pack of graph paper
    • 1 package dividers
    • Index cards
  • Physical Education
    • sneakers
    • shorts
    • T-shirt
    • sweatshirt
  • Additional
    • 1 pencil case
    • 2 or more packages of loose leaf
    • At least 2 dozen pencils
    • Extra erasers
    • 2 handheld pencil sharpeners with cap for shavings
    • Glue sticks
    • Safety scissors
    • 1 ruler
    • Pens (blue/black)
    • Highlighters
    • Colored pencils
    • 1-2 boxes tissues
    • Package of wipes
    • 1 gallon size Ziploc bag
    • Encore folders

Grade 7/8 Math Supply List

  • Grade 7 Math
    • 1.5 in binder
    • Divide
    • Pencils
    • Scientific Calculator (TI-30X IIS)
    • 3-hole pencil case for binder
  • Grade 8 Math
    • 1.5 in binder
    • Dividers
    • Pencils
    • Scientific Calculator (TI-30X IIS)
    • 3-hole pencil case for binder
  • Algebra
    • 1.5 in binde
    • Dividers
    • Pencils
    • 2 one subject notebooks
    • 3-hole pencil case for binder
  • Algebra 1A
    • 1.5 in binder
    • Dividers
    • Pencils
    • 2 one subject notebooks
    • 3-hole pencil case for binder

Grade 7/8 ELA, Social Studies and Science Supply Lists

  • Ms. DeMayo – ELA
    • Headphones
    • l” Binder
    • Loose Leaf Paper
    • Dividers
    • Pens/Pencils
    • Folder
    • Composition Notebook
  • Ms. Martin – Math
    • 2″ Binder
    • Dividers
    • Pencils
    • Scientific Calculator Tl-30X 115
  • Mr. Wheeler – Social Studies
    • Three Ring Binder
    • Pens/Pencils
    • Highlighters
    • Pocket Folder
  • Mrs. Rosado – ELA
    • 1 Composition Notebook or 1 Subject Notebook
    • Highlighters
    • Post-Its
    • 2″ Binder
    • Loose Leaf Paper
    • Pens – blue or black ink
    • 1-2 Tissue Boxes
    • Package of Wipes
  • Mr. McGinn – Liv. Env.
    • 3-Ring Binder
    • Book cover
    • Loose Leaf Pa per
    • 2 Dozen #2 Pencils
    • Extra Erasers
    • 1 Dozen Pens
    • 1 Pocket Folder
  • Mr. McGinn – Science
    • 3-Ring Binder
    • 2 Dozen #2 Pencils
    • 1 Dozen Pens
    • 1 Pocket folder

Anticipated Middle School Assistant Principal 

POSITION AVAILABLE: Anticipated Middle School Assistant Principal

HOURS: Full-Time Hours

LOCATION: Liberty Middle School, Buckley St., Liberty

EFFECTIVE DATE: August 28, 2019

PROFESSIONAL: NYS Certified Building Administration

EXPERIENCE: The ideal candidate will have a minimum of 5 years of successful teaching on the grade 5-8 level, has attained tenure as a teacher, knowledge of building level administration, experience as a teacher-leader or administrator, familiarity with grade-level teaming, early adolescent development, social/emotional learning and a deep understanding of student behavior management.

SALARY: As per LAA Agreement

RECRUITING OFFICER: Andrew Cameron EMAIL: acameron@libertyk12.org

DUE DATE: August 12, 2019

APPLY VIA: www.olasjobs.org

145 Buckley Street, Liberty, New York 12754 • Telephone (845) 292-5400 Ext 2300 • Fax (845) 292-5691

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Anticipated LES Dean of Students, PK-4

POSITION AVAILABLE: Anticipated LES Dean of Students, PK-4

HOURS: Full-Time Hours

LOCATION: Liberty Elementary School, N. Main St., Liberty

EFFECTIVE DATE: September 1, 2019

PROFESSIONAL: NYS Certified Building Administration

EXPERIENCE: Elementary Teaching Experience

SALARY: As per the LAA Agreement

RECRUITING OFFICER: Jacqueline Harris EMAIL: jahrris@libertyk12.org

DUE DATE: August 14, 2019

APPLY VIA: www.olasjobs.org

Job Description

The Dean of Students is responsible for maintaining a positive, caring, orderly, and supportive student culture and learning environment. Critical to this responsibility is overseeing the school’s Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) system, which relies on the development and universal understanding of expectations for conduct, establishment and consistent implementation of support systems, and use of data to guide interventions and responses to problem behaviors. The Dean of Students will participate in the school’s RTI/MTSS Team in an advisory capacity to assist in the creation of multi-tiered classroom behavioral intervention plans. Also, the Dean of Students plays an important role in promoting trusting and mutually respectful relationships among students, staff, and families by maintaining strong lines of communication and transparency of expectations across stakeholders. In fulfilling these key responsibilities along with the others described below, the Dean of Students plays a critical role in ensuring that students feel a sense of unity with their peers, families, and teachers, believe in the power of a great education and take responsibility for their actions as both citizens and scholars.

Responsibilities

I. Teacher Support/Classroom Support

● Ensures that teachers understand Code of Conduct, enforce it consistently and fairly, and follow established protocols; consults with building administrators when Code is not enforced appropriately and protocols are not followed
● Proactively communicates with teachers and visits classrooms to promote positive behaviors and mitigate problem behaviors
● Works with teachers in the classroom to observe students, make
recommendations and develop behavior improvement plans when needed
● Provides prompt classroom support to teachers when requested; follows established protocols for addressing students who demonstrate problem behaviors
● Works with the Principal and Assistant Superintendent to facilitate
professional development offerings that promote sound behavioral
management practices in the classroom
● Conducts formal observations of Teachers, Teaching Assistants, Teacher Aides and Monitors, as assigned by the Principal.
● Maintains monthly records to assist teachers in the classroom with
promoting positive behaviors and mitigating problem behaviors

II. Management of Positive Behavior Intervention Supports (PBIS)

● Models the school’s values and standards for professional conduct;
consistently demonstrates best practices for communicating with students, staff, and families
● Works with other administrators to ensure that the school’s policies and procedures for holding all students to high behavioral expectations as stated in the Code of Conduct are understood and promoted/enforced with consistency across all staff
● Serves as the point person for dealing with behavioral crisis-intervention and acute behavioral issues
● Directs the staff-wide implementation of the school’s tier-one interventions according to the Code of Conduct
● Directs tier two interventions for students who consistently violate the school’s Code of Conduct – such interventions may include specially
designed small-group interventions provided by Student Support staff and teachers to create timely, efficient, and flexible solutions to behavioral issues
● Directs tier three interventions for students who engage in serious problem behaviors – such interventions involve referring students to the Student Support Team for a case study, establishing a conference with families, conducting a formal evaluation and, if necessary, incorporating the support of a local agency for individualized services
● Ensures that students’ Behavior Intervention Plans (BIP) are followed as specified
● Maintains accurate and up-to-date student conduct data and records
regarding interventions, including conferences held, awards and
acknowledgments, detentions, suspensions, and communication with
families

III. Oversight of Common Spaces

● Ensures that common spaces, including the hallways and bathrooms, are clean, safe, orderly, and reflect a pro-learning culture; promotes the
student ownership of these spaces through various initiatives
● Proactively circulates and is highly present and visible in the school’s
common spaces during school hours (including student arrival and
departure) to maintain a safe, orderly, pro-learning school environment
● Works with school leadership to support staff’s implementation of best practices and procedures in actively promoting a safe, orderly, pro-
learning environment in common spaces

IV. Administration of Detention and In-School Suspension

● Oversees, manages, and administers the school’s detentions, including
managing and communicating required attendance and communicating
with families
● Oversees in-school suspension, including the management of their course assignments, and communication with families

V. Communication

● Communicates with students’ families as necessary to keep families
abreast of any observed changes in an individual student’s conduct
● Meets regularly with the Student Support Team and PBIS Team to analyze PBIS data as well as to discuss individual students and their
behavior patterns and how to best support students through specific
interventions
● Meets with grade-level teams to discuss PBIS data and discuss possible interventions based on data

VI. Other

● Leads staff efforts to ensure that all students have excellent attendance and arrive at school and to class on time; works aggressively with students and parents to ensure excellent attendance
● Oversees school-wide practices for arrival and dismissal to ensure student safety
● Serves on the school’s Student Support Team to conduct case studies
and monitor the performance and behavior of students identified as
potentially needing additional support
● Performs other operations-related tasks consistent with the goals and
objectives of this position

Key Qualifications

● A proven track record of promoting student success inside and outside of schools; at least five years of formal experience in working with adolescents
● NYS teacher and administrative certification is required; a Master’s degree is preferred
● Leadership experience in developing positive school culture, including a deep knowledge of the socio-emotional needs of students as evidenced by
work history, certifications held, and research conducted
● Familiarity with the New York State Social/Emotional Development and Learning (SEDL) Guidelines, Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS), Olweus, Restorative Practices, and other non-punitive disciplinary systems
● Approaches behavior problems as “teachable moments” wherein students investigate the root cause of their behavior and take the initiative to improve it; understands that through this process, students see themselves as young people whose opinions and agency are respected
● Believes every child is “at-promise” and does not simply label a child as a “behavior problem” when she/he misbehaves
● Expertise in working with diverse populations of students and families, and in differentiating support to address the needs of diverse learners; familiarity with Liberty’s student population and the community to be served
● An acumen for actively engaging students in their learning,
academically and non-academically
● A demonstrated openness and responsiveness to constructive feedback and a strong commitment to continuous improvement and professional growth
● Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written; strong
interpersonal skills with students, parents, colleagues, and community
members; experience working collaboratively in team settings
● Approaches the profession with maturity, humility, versatility (i.e.,
embraces the ambiguity and excitement associated with start-ups) and a solutions-mindedness with a strong work ethic.

145 Buckley Street, Liberty, New York 12754 • Telephone (845) 292-5400 Ext 2300 • Fax (845) 292-5691

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