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The “My Point of View” exhibit will be on display now through Feb. 28 at the Liberty Public Library. Click here to see photos from opening night.
The music department will host the 20th annual Jazz Festival on Saturday, Feb. 6 at 7 p.m. in the middle school's gymnasium. The festival will feature middle and high school ensembles from Liberty and Monticello. Admission for the event is $3. For a family of four or more, the maximum price will be $15. Tickets will be on sale at the door. Click here for more information.
Two Liberty baseball standouts and Liberty High School seniors Andrew and Caleb Phillips officially announced that they plan to continue their sports careers in college next fall at Cairn University and Houghton University, respectively. read more
This is the time of the year when some seniors are applying to colleges while others are receiving acceptance letters. It is also the time that seniors and their parents are hit with the harsh reality of the cost of a college education. To help with these costs click here to find a list of available scholarships. Keeping checking the list as it will be updated as new scholarships are announced.
Liberty performing arts will present Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella as this year’s spring musical. The show will take place on Friday, April 15 and Saturday, April 16 in the Panebaker Auditorium at 7 p.m. Tickets will be $10 for adults, and $5 for students and senior citizens. Click here for the cast list.
One probable case of pertussis, also known as whooping cough, has been confirmed in Liberty High School. The district is notifying all parents and providing them with information of the symptoms and treatment of pertussis. Click here to view the letter that was sent home to parents on Tuesday, Jan. 19 English | Español
Pertussis, known more commonly as whooping cough, is a serious and potentially fatal infection that has begun to increase among those not vaccinated against it. Pertussis is a highly contagious disease that is spread through the air by cough. It begins with cold symptoms and a cough that can worsen within one to two weeks. read more
On Jan. 4, Congressman Chris Gibson visited Liberty High School to discuss current events and issues with the school’s juniors and seniors. read more
Liberty Middle/High School is searching for students who want to participate in Battle of the Books, a book-related competition for students in grades 6-12. Students will be quizzed about books that they have read from a designated reading list and will test their knowledge in a culminating competition against other Sullivan County libraries in April. view flyer
Please note that the district’s annual Jazz Festival has been rescheduled and will now take place on Friday, Feb. 6 instead of Jan. 30 as originally printed on the district calendar.
On Dec. 19, Times Herald Record named John Wilhelm as Coach of the Year for leading the football team through their most successful season in recent history. Under his guidance, the Indians finished the season with an 11-1 record losing only to Greenwich in the state's Class C semifinal game. Click here to read the full article.
The high school INTERACT Club would like to thank students and staff for participating in their overseas military collection. With your help, the club was able to send seven large boxes of items to send to our troops.
On Nov. 30, LHS seniors Danielle Rabadi and Gillian Williams attended the Sullivan County School Board Association late fall dinner to speak about what learning looks like at Liberty Central School District. read more
Beginning Sept. 1, students entering seventh and 12th grades must be vaccinated against meningococcal disease in order to attend school in New York. read more
LHS has released the list of students who have achieved honors and high honors for the first quarter. To see the list of students click here
Six questions in 60 seconds is the district’s new web series in which we interview Liberty Central School District staff members. This month’s interview is with Maureen Crescitelli, a Special Education teacher in the high school. read more
Throughout the season, Liberty students and staff took time out of their schedules to adorn the halls of the high school with Liberty pride and school spirit. Two pep rallies were not enough: the walls, floors, ceilings and nearly every inch in between has been plastered with red, white and black. Click here to view photos.
Liberty Performing Arts presented another successful production. This time it was "Million Dollar Meatballs"! Click here to view pictures from the event.
It’s possible the future town, county, city or state government officials are roaming the hallways of Liberty High School, and a handful of them are more than prepared after spending time with local town and county legislators. read more
January Regents Exams will take place from Tuesday, Jan. 26 to Friday, Jan. 29, 2016. Liberty's start times for the exams are 8:15 a.m. for the morning exams and 12:15 p.m. for the afternoon exams. Students should check with their teachers or guidance counselors as the exam time nears to determine the exams they should and where they will be given. For a schedule of the exams click here.
Student Council meets every Thursday after school in room 106. All students are encouraged to attend meetings as observers and to participate in discussions or present ideas. For more information, contact Celia Oset.
Parents and/or guardians: There are several ways you can be kept in the information loop. read more
As part of National Bullying Prevention Month, students and staff at Liberty Central School District observed Unity Day, an annual event sponsored by PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center, on Wednesday, Oct. 21. read more
Representatives of many different colleges will be visiting the high school Guidance Office over the next few months. The list changes as new colleges area added. For more information and to see the list click here.
The Liberty Central School Music Department is proud to announce that two student-musicians have been selected to represent Liberty at the All-State Music Festival to be held in Rochester in December. read more
As part of an ongoing effort to provide students with easy access to healthy foods, Liberty Central School District is raising funds to bring a salad bar to all three of its schools. read more
Beginning on Sept. 8, the district will serve free meals – both lunch and breakfast to all students, regardless of their income status. read more
Every morning, free breakfast will be served in the cafeteria of Liberty High School. read more
The revised version of the SAT college entrance exam won't be offered until March but students can start preparing for it now with a new, free online study program affiliated with the test. read more
The Parent Todaye-newsletter and website addresses important, age-appropriate topics and gives accessible, easy-to-implement strategies to build a stronger bridge between families and the classroom. LEARN MORE
mySchoolBucks.com is an online payment and meal account monitoring system that can be used to make meal account payments and Latchkey Program payments. Learn more
Please take advantage of the many communications tools and resources that Liberty offers to parents, including:
ParentPortal — a web-based tool that allows for secure access to your child's academic and school-related information. Once registered, parents can view information including attendance, discipline records, report cards and more. Click here to access School Tool | Instructions for Parent Portal (PDF)
SchoolMessenger — an automated phone message system used to alert students and families of urgent information about the district, including snow closings and delays.