Boys and Girls Club’s afterschool program begins Monday, Oct. 4

The Liberty Central School District is pleased to continue its partnership with the Boys and Girls Club afterschool program, which begins Monday, Oct. 4, 2021.

The elementary program is full, but there are still spaces left for students in grades 5-8. To register a child in the Sullivan County Boys and Girls program click here. (Elementary students can be put on a waiting list for any available open spots.)

This wonderful program provides after school care, activities, homework help and interaction with other students.  Families pay a small registration fee when they sign up online. The additional costs for participation during the 2021-2022 school year will be paid by the LCSD.

We are excited to offer this partnership with the Boys and Girls Club on our Elementary and Middle School campuses.  It is a great opportunity for our children, their families and our community!

Parents as Partners support group will begin meeting Oct. 4

Parents as Partners

Liberty’s Parents as Partners support group is for parents of students with disabilities and meets 6-7 p.m. on the first Monday of each month in the Liberty Middle School Cafeteria. The first meeting will be Oct. 4, 2021.

Parents as Partners is an opportunity to meet new people, learn about regulations and programs, network with other families and more. Call 845-292-5400, ext. 5113 for more information.

Complete all those back-to-school forms with FamilyID

Liberty families can now complete many of the required school documents through FamilyID.

FamilyID offers an easy, one-spot way to sign items such as handbook agreements, media releases, and acceptable use policies. The Liberty Athletics Department has been successfully using FamilyID for several years.

Parents and guardians can  register via the FamilyID link, through which all three Liberty school buildings may be accessed. These links will take you directly to each building’s individual Family ID page:

Then follow these steps:

  1. Click the FamilyID link and select the registration form under “Programs.”
  2. Click the “Register Now” button and scroll to  “Create Account/Log In.”  (Click “Log In” if you already have an account.)
  3. Enter the account owner’s first and last names (parent/guardian), e-mail address and password.
  4. Select “I Agree” to the Terms of Service.
  5. Click “Create Account.”
  6. You’ll receive an email from Family ID. (Check spam and junk folders if you don’t see it).
  7. Click the link in the e-mail.
  8. Complete the information requested.
  9. Click “Continue.” 
  10. Review your registration and click “Submit.”
  11. You’ll receive a confirmation email from FamilyID.

If you need assistance with registration, contact FamilyID at support@familyid.com or call 781-205-2800 x 1

 

Liberty introduces ClassLink | Students can access everything they need with one sign on

Liberty is now using ClassLink, a single sign-on platform that allows teachers and students to use one username and password to access everything they need, whether they’re in the classroom or at home.

Families can access ClassLink from their computer or with the ClassLink mobile app, which is available free on the Apple Store, Google Play, or QuickCard by ClassLink (for iPad users who use the QuickCard).

ClassLink can be accessed from computers and mobile devices and is a safe and secure way to ensure your child has access to everything needed for continued learning. ClassLink never collects or shares any personal student information. You can learn more about how privacy is protected here.

Watch this short video to learn more:


ClassLink FAQs

My account is locked. What do I do?

An account gets locked after too many failed login attempts. If this happens, alert your teacher and  verify your username and password.

I’m getting “Access Denied” or “Account not connected” when trying to sign in with Google. Why?

When clicking the Sign In With Google button in ClassLink, Google is signing in with an active Google account, a personal account that does not have access to ClassLink. Make sure to log out of Google. Then go back to your ClassLink login page to log back in. This time, you will be prompted to input your school-issued Google username and password.

I’m getting “HTTP error 400, Request Header is too long.” What do I do?

Clear your browser cookies and cache. Next close and reopen your browser and try logging back in.

My webcam isn’t loading. Why?

Most modern web browsers support WebRTC, which supports easy access to a webcam from web page scripts. However, Safari (on Mac) does not support WebRTC. Install the Google Chrome browser on your Mac.

What is the username and password for an app I clicked on?

If you are prompted for a username and password after clicking an app and you are unaware of your username and password for that app, the best option is to contact your teacher or Liberty’s technology department.

What is my Google Classroom or Teams Class Code?

Google Classroom classes are created and managed by the teacher. Please contact your teacher for the class code.

The ClassLink LaunchPad Extension on Safari is disabled. What do I do?

  • After you install the ClassLink LaunchPad Extension for the Safari browser, go into the Safari Preferences menu and click on Extensions.
  • Enable the extension by clicking on the checkbox to the left. See the screenshot below.

What if I still need help?

If you have questions or need assistance,  contact Liberty’s tech support team or email the ClassLink helpdesk.

Here’s a look at what an in-school day is like at LES

There have been a lot of changes at the Liberty Elementary School as a result of the COVID-19 public health situation. When students return to the school building in September, class sizes will be smaller, masks will be required and temperatures will be checked.

That’s just a few examples of how we’re working to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Please watch our Return to the Elementary School Presentation to  learn more about the start of the 2020-21 school year and the reopening of the Elementary School.

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