The Office of Student Services oversees special education, English as a New Language (ENL,) students in temporary housing and DASA (the Dignity for All Students Act.) The Liberty Central School District believes that all students are entitled to a free and appropriate education. Please visit the links below for more information about specific programs.
Child Find, an ongoing effort to identify and evaluate people 21 and younger who are physically, mentally and/or emotionally disabled, is in progress within the district. Parents or guardians of children with disabilities between the ages of 3-21 are encouraged to contact the Student Services Department at (845) 292-5400 ext. 5106 for information about support services that may be available to them. Children must be registered in the district to meet with a representative from the Student Services Office.
Migrant Education Program
The Migrant Education Program is authorized by the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). The MEP provides a variety of educational services to families who work in agriculture, regardless of their nationality or legal status. This program is free of charge to all eligible families and may include tutoring, free lunch eligibility, educational field trips, summer programs, parent involvement activities, emergency needs and referrals to other services. For more information about MEP, contact Deborah DeGraw at firstname.lastname@example.org.