Middle/High School Principal
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Students in grade 9-10 have an opportunity to participate in the Today’s Students Tomorrow’s Teachers (TSTT) mentoring program at Liberty Central School District. Read more
The Liberty Indians Boys Basketball team, seeded fifth in the Section IX Class B tournament, will meet the fourth seeded Marlboro Iron Dukes at Marlboro on Tuesday, Feb. 28 at 6 p.m. Marlboro is the defending Class B champion and competes in the Mid-Hudson Athletic League.
The Liberty Indians Boys Basketball team defeated the Cornwall Dragons Wednesday night by a score of 49-46. This is the second win against Cornwall marking the first time in many years that Liberty has defeated this basketball powerhouse. Before the game, seniors from the boys basketball team, alpine ski team cheerleading squad and the indoor track teams were recognized for their contributions to their programs.
The Liberty Lady Indians won a hard fought battle Friday by outscoring the Chester Hambeltonians 43 to 38. Kelsey Morgans had a game-high 27 points. Before the game seniors Cameryn England, Evelyn Barragan, Taleeya Robinson, Nicole Keyes and Allegra Ramirez were honored in their last home game. Linda Argentati, mother of Kelsey Morgans, was given flowers to thank her for being a Liberty "Super Fan".
The first day for spring sports practices is Monday, March 6 for varsity teams and Monday, March 13 for modified. Athletes should obtain a "yellow card" from the nurse in their school and be sure that they have a current physical exam. Athletes should contact their coach to determine when a sport will practice. Athletes should bring a completed "yellow card" and a sign athletic handbook form to the first practice.
Liberty High School’s annual clash of the classes will begin on Monday, Feb. 27. Students will earn points for their respective graduating class by dressing up for the following Spirit Days. Read more
Check out who has been hitting the books and getting the grades. Click here for the second quarter honor rolls.
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 High School business teacher Mr. Dan Hart was duct-taped to the school’s cafeteria wall on Friday to raise money and awareness for the school’s latest club, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA.) Read more
On Friday, Jan. 20, the Liberty Indoor Track teams competed in the OCL Division 5 Championships at West Point. The girls won their first division championship and the boys placed second. Read more
Thanks to a J-Touch TV – and a little help from the Facetime app and friend Joshwa Benjamin – senior Carl McGuire has found a way to join speech class even as he recovers at home. Read more
The Liberty High School Interact Club held its inaugural volleyball tournament on Saturday, Dec. 3 to raise money for two of its international projects: The Haiti Clean Water Project and The STEP (Steps to End Poverty) Program in Vietnam. Read more
The Sullivan County Career and Technical Education Center offers programs in the fields of animal science, construction tech, cosmetology, early childhood eduction, health occupations, welding and more. Click here to view the complete program offering.
Democrat Hillary Clinton should be the next president, according to votes cast in a mock election held among Liberty Middle/High School students. Read more
Students f rom the Fundamentals of Speech class were visited by a special guest on Nov. 1 in the form of a lady named Sassy. Sassy is a horse. Read more
Click here to view a photo album.
If you follow the district on social media, chances are you've seen the hashtag #LibertyPride. Join us in the conversation! We want to make sure our community members are aware of the positive things taking place in our district each day. Who better to share that information than you? Read more
Photographs from the volleyball team's annual Pink Out event are available online through the district's Facebook page. The team raised over $350, which will go toward assisting local residents with cost of gas and tolls/parking while undergoing doctor's visits and cancer treatment.
The Liberty Middle/High School was randomly selected to participate in the National Exploration of Emotional/Behavioral Detection in School Screening NEEDs2 project, a national survey being conducted by researchers at the University of Connecticut, Northeastern University, and University of New Hampshire. Read more
At the district’s annual English as a Second Language (ESL) Night on Aug, 25, Irais Leon, class of 2016, explained how her support system of friends, family and teachers helped her to learn English and excel in Honors courses. Read more
Bethel Woods Center for the Arts is offering a monthly program for teens called Project: Identity (PI.) Some PI sessions take place at the Downtown Barn in Liberty. Click here to learn more and sign up.
Students from the National Art Honor Society finished a mural last week meant to embody the high school experience from beginning to end. The mural is on permanent display to the right of the high school main entrance. Read more
Before seniors take on the world, they took a step back and strolled through the halls of the elementary and middle school. Fully dressed in their caps and gowns, the class walked through the halls to remember their grade-school days, smile at former teachers and inspire younger students. Read more
The welcome addition of the first of three new school salad bars is causing a stir among sports- and nutrition- minded students and staff. Beginning Sept. 7, all three Liberty school cafeterias will include a free salad bar. Read more
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
Parents and/or guardians: There are several ways you can be kept in the information loop. 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.
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 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.