Please watch the following video message from Superintendent Dr. Patrick Sullivan:
Text of the video:
First, I want to thank everyone who came out to vote on our capital project last month. With your support, Liberty will be even better equipped to continue our mission to empower each student to contribute and thrive in a diverse community by pursuing their potential.
It’s hard to believe the year is already half over. We’ve already accomplished and celebrated so much.
Hundreds of our students are honored by earning placement on our Middle and High School honor rolls each quarter, and scores of elementary students are recognized each month for embodying one of the Leader in Me principles during the Character Counts awards.
Recently, 10 of our student photographers received nearly 40 honors in the Mid-Hudson Scholastic Art and Writing Awards.
We’ve enjoyed the musical talents of our students during our winter concerts and are happy to again host the annual Liberty Jazz Festival this weekend, which will bring student musicians from across the county to learn from an expert and perform together.
Also this weekend, our High School Science Olympiad team will be showcasing their knowledge during the Mid-Hudson regional contest.
Our athletes have continued to work hard across all sports, and I am especially proud of Zoe Kip, who, for the second year, achieved a podium finish in the state girls’ wrestling invitational.
Our Liberty Pride is strong and continues to grow, thanks to the efforts of our Liberty students, staff and families.