Are you a student over age 16 and want the COVID-19 vaccine?

The Sullivan County COVID-19 Task Force, in collaboration with Garnet Health, is considering hosting a vaccine clinic for Sullivan County students age 16 and over, and their parents, guardians and grandparents.

The Pfizer vaccine is the only vaccine approved for ages 16 and 17. Supply is difficult to obtain, so the Sullivan County COVID-19 Task Force must know how many people are interested before a clinic can be created.

To express interest fill out a short survery or call the task force by April 16.

The Sullivan County Task Force Vaccination Online Survey
Call 845-295-4097

Participating in the survey does not guarantee receipt of the vaccine. This survey is to gather information and measure interest. If the clinic occurs you will be contacted.

The Pfizer vaccine is a two- dose vaccine. The second dose is administered 21 days after the first dose.

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Football falls at home to Chester

Chester 42 Liberty 7

On Saturday, April 10, the Indians hosted the Chester Hambletonians on the William O. Ross Field at Liberty HS. The Indians fell to a talented Chester team. Shaun Coles scored Liberty’s touchdown on a 39-yard run. Owen Siegel added the PAT.

Cross Country splits meet at Fallsburg

Liberty 15 Fallsburg 50

Monticello 18 Liberty 41

On Thursday, April 8, the Indians Cross Country team traveled to Fallsburg High School to compete against Fallsburg Comets and Monticello Panthers. The 3.1-mile course circles the sports fields and the school taking a long loop through the woods.

Gabe Desrochers was again Liberty’s first finisher. Gabe caught up to and passed a Monticello runner in the last lap of the track to place 4th overall. Wayne Kratz and Carlos Campos-Castro finished 6th and 8th respectively. Nate Desrochers had his best race of the year and finished in his usual enthusiastic way. Iain Elanbassi was hampered by shin splints for much of the race but managed to put the pain aside and outsprint two Fallsburg runners. Tanner Ferguson also finished the race for Liberty.

Girls Soccer wins one, ties one

Liberty 0 Chester 0

The Indians took on the Cheater Hambletonians at home on Thursday, April 8.

Saves: Jennifer Reyes 6
Team record: Liberty 0 – 1 – 4

Liberty 3 Burke 2

The Lady Indians notched their first win of the season on Friday, April 9 against Burke and Burke HS.

Goals: Christy Leak, Cheselyn Hanover, Brooke Nichols
Assists: Cheselyn Hanover, Christy Leal, Corrine Hellerer
Saves: Jennifer Reyes 14
Team record: 1-1-4

Boys Soccer notches two more wins

Liberty 9 Seward 0

Liberty 10 Sullivan West  0

The Indians posted back-to-back wins at home on Friday afternoon and Saturday morning. The team easily handled a very physical Seward team on Friday and then came back to overpower neighboring Sullivan West 10-0 Saturday morning. Both games showed the depth of this Liberty team with all players not only playing but contributing to the scoring efforts in the two wins.

For the two games, the combined scoring was led by Liam Henry with 4 goals and 2 assists, Owen Seigel and Yucevin Canales with 3 goals each, Chase Racette with 2 goals and 2 assists, and Juan Romero with 2 goals and 1 save in goal. Adding one goal apiece were Steven Cardenas, Aimar Ramirez, Aldo Garcia, John Nolan, and Eric Decker. Recording an assist each was Aimar Ramirez, Wilson Gomez, Dennis Cardenas, and Norlis Acosta.

Eduardo Romero had 5 great saves in goal against Seward. Eduardo, Juan Romero, Aimar Ramirez, and Rodolfo Espinoza all split time in goal versus Sullivan West.

No opponent has scored a goal against the undefeated Indians! The team is playing great soccer with 5 games in 5 days this coming week.


SPECIAL ALERT | Morning bus pick-up may be late Friday, April 9

Please be advised that tomorrow, Friday, April 9, some morning buses may run late by as much as 30 minutes.

We expect buses to pick up students according to schedule and your child should be ready to board at their regular time, but due to the vaccine appointments of drivers and monitors some delays are possible.

Also tomorrow, Liberty Middle and High School students who ride the bus home in the afternoon will be dismissed at 1:30 p.m. (All other LMS and LHS students will be dismissed as regularly scheduled.)

The elementary school will dismiss students at its regular time.

We thank you for your patience and understanding as the Rolling V bus drivers and monitors are vaccinated against COVID-19.

If you have any questions please call Rolling V at 845-292-4485. Calls are answered 6 a.m. – 4 p.m.

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LES student tests positive for COVID-19 

The district has learned that a Liberty Elementary School student has tested positive for COVID-19.

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.

The student was last in school March 23. No contact tracing is necessary, health officials say.

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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