Deadline: College-level courses

All students who are taking college-level courses must have their application and payment into the guidance department by 9 a.m. on Tuesday, September 24th. The application is available in the guidance office. Student who have questions should see their counselor immediately.

Next School Board meeting to be held Sept. 24

The next Board of Education meeting will be on Tuesday, September 24, 2019, at 7:00 p.m. in the HS Media Center. The agenda will be available on Monday, September 23, 2019, at the BoardDocs website.

There will be a reception with the Board Members at 6:30 p.m. for new faculty and newly tenured faculty. The reception will be immediately preceding the meeting in the HS Media Center.

Part of the agenda will be a Public Hearing on the District Safety Plan.

Sports Roundup (Week of September 15)

Monday, September 16

Girls Soccer

O”Neill @ Liberty
O”Neill 4 Liberty 0

Liberty keeper: Jennifer Reyes 14 saves
Team record: 2-1-0 league, 3 -1-1 overall

Tuesday, September 17

Boys Soccer

Liberty @ O”Neill
O”Neill 2 Liberty 0

Liberty keeper: Eduardo Romero 5 saves

Wednesday, September 18

Girls Tennis

Port Jervis @ Liberty

Port Jervis 6 Liberty 1

Singles: Leydi Gonzalez (L) d. Heather Mills 7-5, 6-2; Annaliese Santoro (PJ) d. Balvina Garcia 6-0, 6-0; Anna Grosse (PJ) d. Nicole Blais 2-6, 6-2, 6-3; fourth singles not played

Doubles: Melissa Johnson-Nicole Brown (PJ) d. Leah Fitzgerald-Madison Green 6-2, 6-0; Paige Edwards-Erica Hammond (PJ) d. Paola Ponce-Laura Sandoval 6-1, 6-4; Kylie Kehlenbeck-Nicole Ennis (PJ) d. Daylene Garzon-Julia Johnston 6-0, 6-0

Team Record: Overall 0-5 League 0-4

Season Summary from Coach Caro

With more than half the team comprised of absolute beginners, our focus this season has been more on building a team from the ground up, than besting our previous’ year record; we only had two returning players from last year.

Individually our girls have experienced some success with freshman Madison Green recording her first win in an impressive 3 set win over Tri-Valley/Fallsburg: 1-6, 6-4, 6-4 in only her second match of her life.

Leydi Gonzalez, our #1 singles players has two wins under her belt; first win against Tri-Valley/Fallsburg  7-5, 6-4 and 7-5, 6-2 against Port Jervis.

Double teams Julia Johnson and Paola Ponce are awaiting a rematch against TriValley/Fallsburg to decide the outcome of their first match up, which was called due to darkness and had them up a set and 4-all in the second.

We hope to keep improving on our fundamentals and scoring additional individual wins throughout the season.

Girls Volleyball

Monticello @ Liberty

Monticello 3 Liberty 0

Monticello 25 25 25
Liberty…….21 17 19

Montana Papacharalambous:   Kills 4  Digs 4  Assists 3
Sophia Medina:  Service points  9   Assists 7
Brianna Roth:  Kills 3   Assists 4   Service points  4

Liberty  record:  Overall 1-3    League 0-3

Thursday, September 19

Boys Soccer

Liberty @ Sullivan West
Liberty 6 Sullivan West 0

Liberty goals: Owen Siegel 3, Liam Henry 2, Chase Racette 1
Liberty assists: Yucevin Canales 2, Owen Siegel 1, Liam Henry 1, Chase Racette 1
Liberty keeper: Eduardo Romero 3 saves

Coach Simpson commented “The entire team contributed to the victory.”

Girls Volleyball

Liberty @ Cornwall

Cornwall 3 Liberty 0

Monticello 25 25 25
Liberty…….9 10 9

Brianna Roth 2 blocks
Montana Papacharalambous 2 aces

Liberty record:  1-4 overall

Typist – 12 Month

POSITION AVAILABLE: Typist – 12 Month

HOURS: Full-time hours

LOCATION: Liberty Elementary School, Main St., Liberty

Additional Info: Experience in Google Suite and Microsoft Excel preferred.

EFFECTIVE DATE: November 2019

PROFESSIONAL: Candidates must currently hold a permanent Typist position in Sullivan County or be on the Civil Service Typist List.

EXPERIENCE: Preferred

SALARY: As per LSEA Agreement

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

DUE DATE: October 2, 2019

APPLY VIA: www.libertyk12.org/employment/

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LHS Student Council hosts blood drive Sept. 18

Invitation to give bloodThe Liberty High School Student Council will be hosting the first blood drive in conjunction with the New York Blood Center. The drive will take place on Wednesday, September 19, from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. in the HS Band Room. The Blood Center’s supply is always low at the end of the summer and with Hurricane Dorian hitting the Bahamas supplies are lower than usual this year.

Contact Mrs. Celia Golden by email at cgolden@libertyk12.org or by phone at 292-5400 ext. 4106 to sign up for a slot. Every effort will be made to see that students do not miss class time to donate.

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1:1 Aide

POSITION AVAILABLE: 1:1 Aide

HOURS:

LOCATION: Liberty Elementary School, Main St., Liberty

Additional Info: Willing to be trained in Handle with Care

EFFECTIVE DATE: September 25, 2019

EXPERIENCE: Experience working with students who have management needs. Be able to proactively de-escalate students and use Handle with Care techniques.

SALARY: Per Contract

RECRUITING OFFICER: Timothy Wade EMAIL: twade@libertyk12.org

DUE DATE: September 23, 2019

APPLY VIA: www.libertyk12.org/employment/ or by email or through personnel office

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Sports Roundup (Week of September 8)

Monday, September 9

Volleyball

Fallsburg @ Liberty

Liberty won 3-0 

Liberty…..25…..25…..25
Fallsburg 18…..16…..20

Liberty  record – Overall 1-1  League 0-1
Montana Papcharalambous  8 service points,  9 kills, 5 assists
Sophia Medina  14 service points,   6 assists, 3 kills
Brianna Roth  8 kills, 8 assists

Girls Tennis

Liberty @ TriValley (Fallsburg HS)

No information supplied by coach.

Tuesday, September 10

Girls Soccer

Monticello @ Liberty
Liberty 2 Monticello 2

Liberty goals: Yamileth Romero, Sydneigh Fleischman
Liberty assists: Brooke Nichols, Nicole Connal
Liberty keeper: Jennifer Reyes 7 saves

Team Record: 1-0-0 league, 2-0-1 overall

While Liberty dominated possession, Monticello was able to take advantage of a moment of disorganization

Wednesday, September 11

Volleyball

Goshen @ Liberty

Goshen won 3-0 

Liberty 15…..24…..10
Goshen 25…..26….25

Liberty  record – Overall 1-2  League 0-2
Montana Papacharalambous   6 Kills, 3  Aces,   4 Digs
Brooke Roth  3 Kills, 3 Blocks 3
Sophia Median 7 Assists  9 Service points

Boys Soccer

Liberty @ Burke

Burke won 6-3 

Liberty  record – Overall 0-1  League 0-1

Liberty goals: Liam Henry 3
Liberty assists: Jose Barragan; Chase Racette; Owen Siegel
Liberty saves: Eduardo Romero 7

Thursday, September 12

Girls Soccer

Liberty @ Burke
Liberty 2 Burke 1

Liberty goals: Brooke Nichols, Arianna Nieves
Liberty assists: Corrine Hellerer, Cheselyn  Hanofee
Liberty saves: Jennifer Reyes 5
Team record: 2-0-0 league, 3-0-1 overall
Liberty scored both goals in the last seven minutes of the match; first getting the tie when Brooke deflected Corrine’s corner kick.  Two minutes later Cheselyn sent a cross in front of the face of the goal and Arianne charged the far post for the game winner.
This team’s fitness and drive to succeed gets results in the 80th minute.

Friday, September 13

Girls Tennis

Liberty @ Burke (Orange Hollow)
Burke 7 Liberty 0

Singles: Madelyn St. Amand (B) d. Lydi Gonzoles 6-1 6-1; Angelika Rakwal (B) d. Belvinia Garcia 6-0, 6-0; Anya Salters (B) d. Nicole Bleis 6-0, 6-0; Brenna Costello (B) d. Madison Green 6-0, 6-0

Doubles: Katiana Dubuisson-Marin MacDougall (B) d. Daylene Garson-Leah Fitzgerald 6-0, 6-0; Kerri Weeks-Tiffanie Descardes (B) d. Julia Johnston-Paola Ponce 6-2, 6-2; Caileigh Costello-Jackie Costello (B) won by forfeit

Boys Soccer

Liberty @ Fallsburg

Liberty 4 Fallsburg 0

Liberty goals: Liam Henry 2; Raul Romeo; Mike Cellar
Liberty assists: Owen Siegel 2; Chase Racette
Liberty saves: Eduardo Romero 4

Football

Liberty @ Chester

No information supplied by coach.

Next School Board meeting to be held Sept. 10

The next Board of Education meeting will be on Tuesday, September 10, 2019, at 7:00 pm in the HS Media Center. The agenda will be available on Monday, September 9, 2019, at the BoardDocs website.

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The Chromebooks are coming (Video)

Chromebooks will soon be distributed at the high school and middle school. If you missed the presentations during the summer or want to review the information discussed, watch the video below. The video was taken during the high school presentation by Principal Derek Adams. It outlines the most important points about the 1 to 1 Chromebook initiative.

Modified Sports start Thursday, Sept. 5

All modified sports begin on the first day of school. 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. Kavleski, the middle school nurse. Athletes should also bring a signed copy of the athletic handbook form.

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