The next Board of Education meeting will be on Tuesday, January 21, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. in the HS Media Center. The agenda will be available on January 20, 2020 at Board Docs.
Tuesday, January 14
Liberty 56 Fallsburg 44
Kymanni Dennis 5-2pt FG, 1-3pt FG 2/4 FT- Team High 15 pts
Chris Bayer 2-2pt FG 3-3pt FG- 13 pts
Liberty 42 Port Jervis 44
Ally Roth 12 points; Kassidy DeGroat 10 points
Wednesday, January 15
RED HOOK 48, ELDRED-LIBERTY-SULLIVAN WEST 36
99 pounds: Kaitlyn Potter (ELS) pin James Hennig 2:44; 106: Brandon McKay (RH) pin Quintin Herzog 1:44; 113: Benjamin Finch (RH) won by forfeit; 120: Joey Curreri (ELS) pin Cole Nelson :42; 126: Matt Morris (RH) won by forfeit; 132: Alex Lopez (RH) pin Patrick Adams 1:28; 138: double forfeit; 145: James Melitski (RH) pin Matthew Dunker :46; 152: Tyler Benincasa (RH) pin Anthony Philippe :36; 160: Liam O`Connor (RH) pin Marshall Thomas 1:59; 170: Henry Peters (ELS) pin Nick Tsironis 5:08; 182: Maverick Sanchez (RH) pin Nathan Coy 1:14; 195: Hunter Roberts (ELS) pin Hayden Campolong 5:50; 220: Francisco Miguel (ELS) pin Chris Clark 2:33; 285: Caleb Milk (ELS) pin Kane Losurdo 3:02
Thursday, January 16
PORT JERVIS 72, ELDRED-LIBERTY-SULLIVAN WEST 18
99 pounds: Trevor Tufano (PJ) pin Kaitlyn Potter :28; 106: Alyssa Reed (PJ) pin Quintin Herzog 1:48; 113: Ryan Ross (PJ) won by forfeit; 120: Joey Curreri (ELS) pin Maddox McCormick :17; 126: Caleb Harrison (PJ) won by forfeit; 132: Joey Amato (PJ) pin Patrick Adams 2:14; 138: Eric Tigue (PJ) won by forfeit; 145: Daniel Klotz (PJ) pin Matthew Dunker 1:48; 152: Logan Zappolo (PJ) pin Anthony Philippe :48; 160: Bryce Horner (PJ) pin Marshall Thomas 1:14; 170: Henry Peters (ELS) pin Shawn St. Germain 4:12; 182: Erik Quick (PJ) won by forfeit; 195: Hunter Roberts (ELS) pin Jason Cintron :36; 220: Jacob Southard (PJ) pin Francisco Miguel 2:42; 285: James Oosterom (PJ) pin Caleb Milk :50.
Friday, January 17
Liberty 58 Roscoe 30
Kymanni Dennis 6-2pt FG, 3-3pt FG – Game High 21 pts
Nasir Gibbs 8-2pt FG – 16 pts
Liberty at Burke
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Tuesday, January 7
Liberty 51 Port Jervis 45
Kassidy Degroat 9-2pt-FG 4-FT 22 points – 12 rebounds – 6 steals
Ally Roth 3-2pt-FG 2-3pt-FG 6 for 6 FT 19 points – 7 steals
Record: 3-2 overall 0-1 league
Wednesday, January 8
Liberty 36 Chester 45
Kassidy Degroat 6-2pt-FG 3/5-FT 15 points
Ally Roth 2-2pt-FG 1-3pt-FG 7 points
Record: 3-3 overall 0-2 league
Thursday, January 9
Liberty 72 Livingston Manor 26
Chris Bayer 41 pts 11-3pt-FG (new school record for one game) 4-2pt-FG
Nasir Gibbs 10pts 5-2pt-FG
Meet our new Middle School Principal!
Heather Cheh, who has served as assistant principal at Liberty High School, was appointed Middle School Principal by the Liberty Board of Education at its December meeting.
Ms. Cheh officially assumed the role of LMS principal on Dec. 11.
Staffing updates at the High School
The high school adminstrative team includes two assistant principals.
Ms. Tiffane Barrow will join the high school as assitant principal on Jan. 13, filling the vacancy left by Paul Brown. Ms. Barrow has already begun the process of meeting students and staff.
Also, Robert Peters will serve as Interim High School Assistant Principal, filling Ms. Cheh’s position until a new assitant is hired.
Student of the Month, December 2019
- Grade 5: Allison Vasko
- Grade 6: Cameryn Will
- Grade 7: James Dworetsky
- Grade 8: Julia Juron
Student of the Month Criteria
- Academic: Grades (90% or higher in all classes), class participation, completing all work, self motivated, and going beyond basic expectations.
- Effort: Work hard and is persistent
- Character: Displays initiative, honesty, respect, responsibility, compassion, optimism
- Behavior: Referral free
- Social Relationships: Leadership, willingness to help peers, show respect
- Attendance: Good daily attendance and no excessive tardies
Liberty Pride Citizenship, December 2019
Liberty Pride Citizenship Awards Criteria
- Contributes to the community or school through service or volunteering
- Extra curricular activities
- Outstanding achievements
- Good character
- Hard work
- Take pride in their actions
- Positive treatment of others
- Make the community and school a better place
- Leader and role model
- Positive atitude
- Acceptance and tolerance of the differences in others
Bravo to the Liberty High School Orchestra, which performed a very special holidy concert at the Liberty Elks Lodge.
Local senior citizens were invited to the free performance, which was held on Dec. 11.
We are so proud of our talented student musicians!
See who has been hitting the books and starring in the classroom. The listings include Grades 5 to 8 with the names of students who are on the Honor Roll and Principal’s Honor Roll. For the entire list of name click on LMS Honor Rolls.
Liberty High school has released the high honor and honor rolls for the first quarter. See who has been hitting the books by clicking on HS first quarter honor rolls.
The Liberty Central School Music Department is proud to announce that four students participated in the Zone 9 Area- All State music festival at Suffern High School on November 22 and 23.
Selections were based on the solo evaluation results last spring and teacher recommendations. The Area- All State festival is comprised of the top student musicians from Greene, Orange, Rockland, Sullivan, Orange and Ulster Counties.
Congratulations to Tyler Black & George Lopez who performed in the Mixed Chorus. Christopher Bayer performed with the Band and Kylie Flynn with the Orchestra.
Tyler Black was selected as an alternate for the 2019 All-State Mixed Chorus. Tyler’s score of 99 on his solo evaluation last spring garnered him this prestigious honor.
“These students represent the highest quality of musicianship and exceed expectations. To be recognized by the New York State School of Music Association (NYSSMA) for such a distinguished level of accomplishment is remarkable and well deserved” according to Tim Hamblin, Director of Music at The Liberty Central School District
Please contact Timothy Hamblin, Director of Music for further information. He can be reached at 292-5400 ex. 2021 or firstname.lastname@example.org
On Thursday, Nov. 14, at approximately 2 p.m., students reported that a classmate used an electronic device during class to threaten harm to others.
The students immediately reported the incident to the teacher and an investigation by administration and Liberty Police followed. Police, after interviewing the student, the student’s parents, and witnesses, determined the threat to be non-credible. Additionally, police confirmed that the student has no access to weapons.
The student admitted making the threat but insisted it was a joke and there was no intent or desire to harm anyone. The student will still face disciplinary consequences as outlined in the district’s Code of Conduct.
The safety and security of our students and staff is paramount. Students acted quickly and staff responded appropriately, notifying police and administration immediately. Teachers also took time today to discuss the matter with their students.