Liberty Welcomes New Faculty

A group photo of administrators and 18 new teachers
Meet Liberty’s new teachers!

Eighteen new faculty members have joined the Liberty Central School District family this year.

Please welcome:

  • Susana Alvarado, ENL teacher
  • Peter Bianco, Athletic Director, Physical Education Teacher
  • Solomen Conner, Elementary Education (leave replacement)
  • Samantha Corio, Elementary Teacher
  • Adrienne Davis, Special Education
  • Rheanna Fiddle, High School English Teacher
  • Meaghan Hazen, Guidance
  • Nicole Perugino, High School English Teacher
  • Lisa Stewart, ENL Teacher
  • Tessa Miranda, ENL Teacher
  • Angelo Urrico, Technology Integration Specialist
  • Tyler Vervalin, Physical Education Teacher
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Here are the Middle School 2019-20 classroom supply lists!

Mr. Franke and Mrs. Merkle

  • 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 and Mrs. Housman

  • 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 and Mrs. Sarigiannis

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

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; Living Environment

      • 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

 

Mr. Putnam – ELA

      • 3-Ring Binder
      • Loose Leaf Paper
      • Pens and/or pencils
      • Pocket folder
      • Page Dividers (optional)
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A message about school meals from the Superintendent

 

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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