LCSD District Office
115 Buckley Street
Liberty, NY 12754
Dist. Office (845) 292-6171
Main # (845) 292-5400
William Silver, Ed.D.
Superintendent of Schools
Notice of public hearing on proposed
reserve fund transfer
There will be a public hearing regarding the proposed reserve fund transfer on Tuesday, Sept. 30 at 7 p.m. in the Liberty High School Media Center.
Public invited to learn more about phase
II capital project
The superintendent of schools will discuss the proposed phase II capital project during a series of public presentations this fall. There will be a public information session on Tuesday, Sept. 23, at 6:30 p.m. in the Liberty High School Media Center, 125 Buckley St., Liberty.
Board of Education sets capital project
vote for Oct. 21
The Liberty Board of Education has proposed a $13.6 million capital project that would address facilities issues and enhance educational opportunities at Liberty High School. Voters will consider the proposition on Tuesday, Oct. 21.
8th Annual ESL Parent Orientation a great
More than 100 parents and students recently attended Liberty Central School District's 8th Annual ESL Parent Orientation for families where English is their second language.
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grads spotlighted in summer district newsletter
For News Archives,
The summer district newsletter (PDF) includes articles about the Class of 2014 graduates, moving-up ceremonies in June and more.
For News Archives,
9/2 - Conference day, school closed
9/3 - First day of school for students
Board of Education Meetings
9/9 - Board of Education regular meeting, HS Media Center, 7 p.m.
Liberty Middle/High School: Grades 9-12
9/10 - Picture day
9/11 - Picture day
Liberty Middle/High School: Grades 5-8
9/4 - Fall modified sports practices begin
Liberty Elementary School: Grades PreK - 4
9/10 - Open house, 7 p.m.
Liberty Middle School staff and students choose kindness
Liberty Middle School staff and faculty have joined together to focus on a common bonding theme that will promote kindness and respect among students and teach them about the effects of being kind to others and their community.
The kindness theme is a teacher initiative to remind
everyone, students and adults, about treating everyone with
kindness and respect,” Liberty Middle/High School Principal Jack
Strassman said. “It’s important for all of us to practice
kindness and respect, even in times of disagreement.”
Throughout the school, the theme will extend beyond the classroom and will be brought to life through various programs and activities throughout the year, such as PBIS and the Olweus Bullying Prevention Program.
To help announce the school’s theme for the school year, teachers spent hours in their classrooms and halls designing, printing, cutting, laminating and labeling in the name of kindness.
For teacher Marisa Bossert, demonstrating kindness goes beyond the classroom. Her fall bulletin, “T.H.I.N.K”, is a reminder of the consequences of online sharing and emphasizes a thoughtful approach of communicating in the digital world.
T.H.I.N.K stands for:
T - is it TRUE?
H - is it HELPFUL?
I - is it INSPIRING?
N - is it NECESSARY?
K - is it KIND?