Sports for the week of April 26, 2021

Tuesday, April 27

Girls Golf

Liberty 186 Middletown 199

Corrine Hellerer 57
Emma Dworetsky 59
Emily Lutz 70

Wednesday, April 28

Girls Track and Field

In their first meet of the season, the Girls Varsity Track team beat Eldred but fell to Monticello. The team, consisting of only 7 girls, was able to score in each event they were in. Alyssa Kavleski was a dual winner against both teams in the 100-meter dash and triple jump. Katrina Blais scored in both 100 hurdles and the 800 meters and Jordan Raynor in shot and discus. Newcomers Zeimoni Dansby, Dianna Marty, and Rayanna Cottman also contributed to the scoring effort.

Boys Track and Field

In their first meet of the season, the Boys Varsity Track team defeated Eldred but fell to a talented Monticello team. The Indians team has only 8 members while Eldred had 14 and Monticello over 20! Gabe Desrochers placed second in the 400 and 800. Wayne Kratz was third in the 100 and 200 dashes. John Nolan had a personal best in the shot put placing second. Nate Desrochers took third in the discus. Jose Luna leaped to second place in the triple jump. Liberty’s 4×100 of Darian Jackson, Jose Luna, Wayne Kratz, and John Nolan took second. The Indians 4×400 team also placed second with Gabe Desrochers, Juan Romero, Jose Luna, and Wayne Kratz.

Friday, April 30

Softball

Chester 14, Liberty 2

Brooke Nichols 1B, 2 BBs; LP Rebecca Phillips, also 1B, RBI

Boys Tennis

Port Jervis 5 Liberty 0

No other information supplied.

Saturday, May 1

Baseball

O’Neill 15 Liberty 4
O’Neill 20 Liberty 4

Liberty (0-2): In opener, Ethan Werlow 2 R; Owen Siegel 3B, 2 RBI; in nightcap, Daryln Roysa-Jimenez R; William Stankewicz R

 

School bus driver tests postive for COVID-19

The district has learned that a school bus driver has tested positive for COVID-19.

The driver is an employee of the bus company that transports LCSD students. Students who ride the bus driven by the person who tested positive for COVID-19 have been individually notified by a building principal, administrator or school nurse. Contact tracers from Sullivan County Public Health Services also reach out to people at risk for contracting the coronavirus and advise them of what steps to take.

Our thoughts are with the individual who tested positive and we wish them a speedy recovery. Privacy laws restrict the disclosure of personally identifiable information of anyone who has tested positive for the coronavirus.

For more information about our health and safety procedures please reach out to your building principal. Questions about COVID-19 should be directed to your healthcare provider or Sullivan County Public Health Services at 845-292-591.

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Several Liberty students test postive for COVID-19

The district has learned that several members of the LCSD community have tested positive for COVID-19:

  • A Liberty Elementary School student who was last on campus April 9 has tested positive for COVID-19. Health officials say no contact tracing is required.
  • A fully remote Liberty Elementary School student has tested positive for Covid-19 today. The student was not on campus. Health officials say no contact tracing is required.
  • A Liberty Middle School student who was last on campus April 9 has tested positive for COVID-19. Health officials say no contact tracing is required.
  • Two employees of the bus company that transports LCSD students have tested positive for COVID-19. Staff members and parents and guardians of students who may be at risk for exposure to COVID-19 have been individually notified by a building principal, administrator or school nurse. Contact tracers from Sullivan County Public Health Services also reach out to people at risk for contracting the coronavirus and advise them of what steps to take.

Our thoughts are with the individuals who tested positive and we wish them a speedy recovery. Privacy laws restrict the disclosure of personally identifiable information of anyone who has tested positive for the coronavirus.

For more information about our health and safety procedures please reach out to your building principal. Questions about COVID-19 should be directed to your healthcare provider or Sullivan County Public Health Services at 845-292-5910

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Two LHS students test positive for COVID-19

The district has learned that two Liberty High School students have tested positive for COVID-19:

  • An LHS student who attends school on an all-remote schedule but was last on campus April 14 has tested positive for COVID-19.
    Staff members and parents and guardians of students who may be at risk for exposure to COVID-19 have been individually notified by a building principal, administrator or school nurse. Contact tracers from Sullivan County Public Health Services also reach out to people at risk for contracting the coronavirus and advise them of what steps to take.
  • An LHS student who was last on campus April 15 has tested positive for COVID-19. Health officials say no contact tracing is required.

Our thoughts are with the individual who tested positive and we wish them a speedy recovery. Privacy laws restrict the disclosure of personally identifiable information of anyone who has tested positive for the coronavirus.

For more information about our health and safety procedures please reach out to your building principal. Questions about COVID-19 should be directed to your healthcare provider or Sullivan County Public Health Services at 845-292-5910.

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Boys Soccer drops Section 9 Championship game to Ellenville 2-1

On Tuesday, April 20, the Boys Varsity Soccer team suffered its only loss of the season in a tough Sectional 9 Class B championship game against a strong Ellenville team. The team battled to a 2-1 final, never stopping their efforts to score until the final whistle blew.

Yucevin Canales scored the lone goal. Eduardo Romero made five saves in goal. Michael Cuellar played a stellar game in defense, keeping the team in the game the entire time.

Coach Debbie Simpson commented “Throughout the season, the team was an inspiration not only to our school but our Liberty community during this pandemic. By making it to Finals, they accomplished what no other Liberty soccer team has ever done. Coach Hamlin and I are honored to have been part of the experience and are so proud of their efforts.”

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District conducts required water testing

To ensure that the water used in schools is safe, New York law requires  school districts to regulary test lead levels at all water outlets currently or potentially used for drinking or cooking in buildings occupied by students.

Regulations call for testing every five years, and the Liberty Central School District is currently conducting those tests.

Water samples will be collected thoughout Liberty’s school buildings and submitted to a state approved lab for testing.

Districts are required to report the results to the state Department of Health, the state Education Department and the local health department, and to post the results—along with remediation plans, if required—on the district website.

In addition, should lead levels in any of Liberty’s school buildings exceed acceptible levels our families will immediately receive notification in writing and the information will be posted here on this website.

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Help Sullivan County prepare for emergencies with this quick survey

Sullivan County Public Health Services (SCPHS) has been preparing to respond to health related emergencies for many years. Extensive planning efforts have been undertaken to ensure that our public health staff and the community’s first responders are fully prepared for any type of emergency.

Through the coordination of Sullivan County Public Health Services, law enforcement agencies, hospitals, the Sullivan County Emergency Management / Homeland Security Department, and the Local Emergency Planning Council, emergency preparedness plans are continually updated, improved and practiced to ensure the safety and well-being of all residents.

By participating in this emergency preparedness survey, you can help Sullivan County Public Health Services protect the health of our communities.

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How to vote by absentee ballot in the upcoming budget vote and BOE elections

This year, voters in the Liberty Central School District can vote in person on May 18, 2021, or by absentee ballot.

In-person voting will take place 12-9 p.m. Tuesday, May 18 in the Liberty High School gymnasium.

Unlike last year, when COVID-19 resulted in the mandatory closure of school buildings, absentee ballots will not be automatically mailed to voters, but must be requested.

To request an application for an absentee ballot, please print and fill out this LCSD absentee ballot application.   Bring the completed application to the District Office or mail it to:

Tania DeFrank, District Clerk
Liberty Central School District
115 Buckley St.
Liberty, NY  12754

Please note these important deadlines for making a ballot request:

  • If you will be mailing your ballot, the completed absentee ballot application must be received by the District Clerk no later than 4 p.m. on May 10, 2021.
  • If you will be personally delivering your ballot, the completed application must be received by the District Clerk no later than 4 p.m. on May 17, 2021.

Absentee Ballots must be completed and returned to the office of the District Clerk no later than 5 p.m.  May 18, 2021.

For more information contact Tania DeFrank at 845-292-6990 or tdefrank@libertyk12.org.

 

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LMS Student Tests Positive for COVID-19

The district has learned that a Liberty Middle School student who was last on campus April 13 has tested positive for COVID-19.

The Middle School remains opened as scheduled.

Individuals who may be at risk for exposure to COVID-19 have been individually notified by a building administrator or school nurse. Contact tracers from Sullivan County Public Health Services also reach out to people at risk for contracting the coronavirus and advise them of what steps to take.

Our thoughts are with the individual who tested positive and we wish them a speedy recovery. Privacy laws restrict the disclosure of personally identifiable information of anyone who has tested positive for the coronavirus.

For more information about our health and safety procedures please reach out to your building principal. Questions about COVID-19 should be directed to your healthcare provider or Sullivan County Public Health Services at 845-292-5910.

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