School buildings and grounds in the Liberty Central School District will remain closed through the end of the 2019-2020 school year. All classes will be held remotely.

This is Hard: Liberty’s Counselors are Here for You

These recent weeks have been difficult ones for everyone.  The time is unprecedented, the demands often overwhelming, and the unknowns equally as unsettling. The School Counselors, Social Workers, and School Psychologists want to remind you that we are here for you and always available to provide social and emotional support and resources.

If you are struggling with stress or anxiety, simply want to talk or ‘see’ a supportive face, please email us and we will set up a phone call or time to meet face-to-face over Google Hangout so that we can provide appropriate resources to you. 

Scroll this post and you’ll find contact information for counselors in the elementary, middle and highs schools along with the phone numbers for several hotlines.

We know this is tough, but we can get through it together.

With Liberty Pride,

  • Dr. Timothy Wade, Director of Student Services: 292-5400, ext. 5112
  • Ms. Sheila Wormuth,Director of Guidance: 292-5400, ext. 2034

Liberty Elementary School

  • Alanna Newman, Social Worker: 845-747-0781
  • Mary Bayer, School Psychologist: 292-5400, ext. 2523
  • Jim O’Connor, School Counselor: 292-5400, ext. 3251

Liberty Middle School

  • Michelle Behrman, School Counselor 5/6: : 292-5400, ext. 2310
  • Linda Krokus, School Counselor 7/8: 292-5400, ext. 2110
  • Jill Buday, School Psychologist: 292-5400, ext. 2027
  • Lynne Diener, Social Worker: 845-391-2758

Liberty High School

  • Kellie While, School Counselor A-F: 292-5400, ext. 2009
  • Meaghan Hazen, School Counselor G-O: 292-5400, ext. 2007
  • Kellie White, School Counselor P-Z: 292-5400, ext. 2010
  • Amy Dworetsky, School Psychologist: 292-5400, ext. 2321

24 Hour Mobile Mental Health

  • 845-790-0911
  • 800-710-7083

Children’s Crisis Outreach

  • 845-701-3777

NYS COVID-19 Mental Health Hotline

  • 844-863-9314

Elementary Music Class is Online: Visit Mr. Seger’s Google Site

Mr. Seger has updated the elementary music site with many activities to do at home.

Music can help us express many of our emotions and feelings. Today there are many different emotions that we need to express. To do this we only need our voices or some simple “instruments”.

Liberty Music Teacher Mr. Seger and Ms. Ward have updated their Music Google site to include video and suggestions for things that can be done at home while students cannot be in school.
This is a great way to focus on your creativity and continue your learning at home, and we can’t wait to see what our students think about these activities!





Elementary Art Class is Online: Visit Mrs. Euker’s Google Site

A woman stand by a sign that says "Keep Creating" with a red cat at her feet
Mrs. Euker says “Keep Creating!”

The great thing about art is that you can create anywhere at any time. All you need is your imagination and a few supplies you probably have at home.

Liberty Elementary Art Teacher Mrs. Euker has created LES Online Art Class, and there are great activities for her students. The media can be just about anything -pencil, crayon, watercolor, marker, whatever you have available.
This is a great way to focus on your creativity and continue your learning at home, and we can’t wait to see what our students create!

Remote Regular BOE meeting on April 21

The next regular Board of Education meeting will be on Tuesday, April 21, 2020, at 7:00 pm via Zoom. The agenda will be available on Board Docs on Monday, April 20, 2020.

To join the meeting by electronic device us:

Meeting ID: 478 791 605
Password: LIBERTYTo join the meeting by phone with audio only use the following number:+1 929 436 2866 US (New York)

Due to the restrictions on gatherings and advice to socially distance, Liberty Central School District Board of Education meetings will be held remotely via Zoom, a web-based video conferencing tool. 

You can join BOE meetings from a phone, computer, mobile device, or tablet. Liberty BOE meetings will be held remotely for as long as needed during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The community can call into the meeting and be addressed to provide public comments during the Public Comment section part of the agenda.  You can also email District Clerk Tania DeFrank at with your request to be included in Public Comment.

Please be advised that we cannot guarantee that information that you provide to Zoom is kept confidential nor do we guarantee that the data transmitted is secure.

Prior to each meeting, a link and access code will be provided and posted on the district website. Meetings can also be joined by calling a dedicated phone number.

BOE to hold executive session virtual meeting

The Board of Education will meet virtually on Monday, April 20, 2020, for the sole purpose of an executive session. The meeting will be convened at 6:00 pm and the board will enter into executive session immediately. At the conclusion of the executive session the meeting will be adjourned immediately. There will be no regular business.

The next regular Board of Education will be held on Tuesday, April 21st, 2020 and will also be held virtually. Further details will be provided as soon as they are available.

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Isolation and quarantine order from the Sullivan County Manager

On April 14, an emergency order was issued by Sullivan County Manager Joshua Potosek and approved by the NYS Department of Health, to assist the Department of Public Health Services with reinforcing the importance of Isolation & Quarantine orders to help reduce community transmission of COVID-19.

Any Sullivan County resident that has been issued an Isolation or Quarantine order by Public Health Services has either has:

  • been placed on isolation due to a positive COVID-19 test, or
  • placed on quarantine if they have been determined to be a close contact (exposed) to someone who has tested positive

Given the increasing number of positive cases in Sullivan County and the increasing number of community residents on quarantine, it is imperative that we help spread the word that anyone who is on quarantine remain at home if they are under an official quarantine order until they  are notified by Public Health Services that their quarantine period is over.

Staff or students who need to pick up supplies or run errands in the community are strongly urged to wear cloth face masks while doing so.

Under no circumstances if someone is under an isolation or quarantine order should they leave their home, even to run essential errands.

Arrangements should be made for someone to pick up or drop off supplies, food, medicine, etc. even if they are still working from home.

The only exception to this guidance may be in special circumstances for health care workers or essentials workers who are asymptomatic and have been given permission to work by Public Health Services with a face mask as long as they remain symptom free. Daily monitoring of symptoms is required.

Employers of essential workers are required to provide face masks to their employees. Should there be non-compliance with essential employees wearing face masks when within 6 ft of others at work, it is suggested you create a temporary policy to make it a requirement during this time of increased community transmission.


Everyone counts! Don’t forget to fill out the 2020 Census

If you haven’t completed the 2020 U.S. Census, please do so soon. By participating in the Census, you help make a difference for our schools, students, and community.
Census data is used to help make important decisions about funding for schools and services, including health care, senior centers, roads, and political representation.
The 2020 U.S. Census can be completed online or by mail. Your responses are safe and secure.

The 2020 Census will help officials plan funding for federal nutrition programs  – including the National School Lunch Program – for the next 10 years. That’s why an accurate census is so important, and why everyone counts!

We want to hear from you! Deadline for district survey extended through April 24

The deadline for the Liberty Central School District’s DTSDE Survey has been extended through April 24.

Share your thoughts on instruction, curriculum, social-emotional learning, and more to help us prepare every student for success. Take the survey from your computer, tablet, or smartphone at

The district needs to hear from everyone to make meaningful improvements. Required for Focus and Priority Schools, the survey asks about leadership and capacity, school leader practices and decisions, curriculum development and support, teacher practices and decisions, student social and emotional developmental health, and family and community engagement.

The district has administered the survey for the past three years, receiving valuable feedback from about 1,200 students, parents and teachers each time.

All responses are kept confidential and final reports share overall results, not individual responses.

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Liberty High School – We Miss Our Students video

This video is a compilation of images and videos from the Liberty High School staff for the students, parents, and community. We may be separated physically but we are together in spirit! Liberty Pride!

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