Principal Strassman lifts ban on
Liberty High School is bringing back the tradition of allowing senior students to wear Halloween costumes at school.
Liberty student-musicians chosen for
The district is proud to announce the selection of three students to perform in the Zone 9 Area-All State Festival on Nov. 21 and Nov. 22
Pride Week to be held Oct. 20 – Oct. 24
It’s time for Liberty students, teachers and staff to display their spirit and pride during Pride Week, which will kick off on Monday, Oct. 20, 2014
Students are encouraged to take advantage of this seminar as it provides opportunities for seasonal jobs, community service, internships and career exploration. Clickto see a flyer.
Oct. is National Bullying Prevention
Staff and students will wear orange on Unity Day, Oct. 22. Unity Day is a time when communities can unite to raise awareness of bullying prevention through events, outreach, and education. We’re asking you to join the movement!
Sign up for tours of facility areas
affected by Phase II capital project
Come explore the facility areas to be renovated under a proposed $13.6 million capital project during tours offered on Oct. 6, at 7 p.m. and on Oct. 10, at 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. Call the superintendent's office at (845) 292-6990 to sign up for any of the tours, which will begin in the Liberty High School lobby.
Photographs taken by the Liberty HS Photo 2 class will be on display at Morgan Outdoors in Livingston Manor until Oct. 13. There is also a 10 foot topographic lunar map on display. On Oct. 3, a special program will discuss the Apollo missions and how to best view the upcoming total lunar eclipse on Oct. 8. To download a flyer with a complete description and contact information click
350 colleges will be attending the Pine Bush High School College Fair and Financial Aid Night on Nov. 6 at 7 p.m. Parents are welcome to join juniors and seniors at College Day at Sullivan County Community College. Permission slips are available in the Guidance Office. Contact Director Linda Argentati for more information.
On Sept. 30 and Oct. 1 LMS and LHS students had a special assembly program from Breaking the Cycle, a charitable organization which formed in the wake of the 1999 Columbine High School massacre. Breaking the Cycle focuses on the message of non-violence and forgiveness to deal with issues that students may encounter. For more information, visit the Breaking the Cycle website.
The high school yearbook, Libertas, is
available for purchase
Savings and payment plans are available for early orders. Libertas
will be on sale for $57 until Nov. 21. Personalized yearbook
orders made before Oct. 31 can recieve three free cover icons.
Orders made after Nov. 21 will cost $61; orders made after Jan. 30
will cost $65. The full price is $65.
*These prices DO NOT include sales tax of 8%.
Each month during the school year a student is selected to have their artwork featured on display in the school. The Artist of the Month is chosen from the students taking classes in the Art Department based on their superior talent and outstanding personality. Veronica was selected as the September LHS Artist of the Month by teachers Kathleen Lambert and Jennifer Bull.
Representatives from several colleges will be visiting the HS guidance office throughout the semester to offer students a look inside financial aid, scholarships and programs of study. Students can learn more by visiting the college visits page. This page will be updated frequently to reflect new additions to the list of colleges or changes in the schedule. Don't miss this opportunity!
LHS Class of 2016 will be selling Yankee Candle seasonal products Sept. 29 through Oct. 14. Students will earn 40% of their total sales. Yankee Candle products make excellent holiday gifts! To order, and enter group number 990051088.
The high school cafeteria will be converted into a coffee house on Thurs., Oct. 23 from 7-9 p.m.; student artwork, music, poetry and more will on display. This event is free and open to the public.
Visit the Food Service webpage to find the September school lunch menu and an application to receive free or reduced-price school meals.
Click here to find out what's new in the Guidance Office this fall (PDF). A printed copy will accompany students' schedules in the mail.
This year’s issue of Allusions will be released during Expressions Café, a special night of poetry, music and artwork held at the HS cafeteria on Thurs., Oct. 23 at 7p.m. Allusions is the district’s Art and Literature Magazine created and printed by Liberty students.
mySchoolBucks.com is an online payment
and meal account monitoring system that can be used to make meal
account payments and Latchkey Program payments. Parents can also check balances, add money and
monitor activity on meal and Latchkey accounts.
Parent Today e-newsletter
and companion website together address important,
age-appropriate topics and give accessible, easy-to-implement
strategies to build a stronger bridge
between families and the classroom.