Liberty Middle/High School Principal
845-292-5400 ext. 2005
292-5400 ext. 2306
Dean of Students,
292-5400 ext. 2306
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.
Check out who has been hitting the books and getting the grades. Click here for the second quarter honor rolls.
Liberty Middle School is getting ready for Spirit Week. Four days of fun and school pride are set to take place Tuesday, Feb. 21 through Friday, Feb. 24. Read more
Eighth-grade students recently took part in the Sullivan County BOCES Career and Tech Expo. This field trip is part of the school’s initiative to engage students in discussions about college with the hope they leave middle school motivated and looking forward to high school. Read more
On Friday, Dec. 23, LMS teachers hosted a variety of activities and students were allowed to choose their favorites. After participating in one activity, students were allowed to try another Click here to see some pictures of the event.
On Dec. 6, students traveled to Bethel Woods Center for the Arts for a performance by Soul Inscribed, a New York based four piece band that blends Hip Hop poetics and soulful vocals propelled by a sonic blend of Jazz, Funk and Dub instrumentals. Click here to see some pictures of the event.
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
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
Openings are available for the WeConnect, a new 4-H Club designed to help students in grades 7-8 discover new cultures and understand the importance of global citizenship. The first meeting will be Thursday, Oct. 20. Interested parents and students are welcome to attend, ask questions and learn more. Read more
If you ask kids what they hope for at the start of a new school year, what would they say? Liberty Middle School decided to ask, and on the first day of school on Sept. 7, kids wrote their answers on a blackboard placed outside the entrance. Press play on the video below to see some of their answers:
Incoming fifth grade students at Liberty Middle School exchanged hugs and compared class schedules with old and new friends as they arrived on campus for their welcome-back barbecue orientation on Tuesday, Aug. 23. 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 enjoyed a visit from author Sarah Weeks. Ms Weeks has published seven novels, including the popular book-turned-movie “So B. It.” Following Ms. Weeks’ presentation, students enjoyed the chance to have some more one-on-one time during a pizza lunch courtesy of the PTA. View album
As young children grow iimmersed in digital devices, creative teachers from Liberty Middle School are proving there are plenty of great ways to get children excited about reading on their own for fun. Read more
Looking at the small things: students in Ms. Fitzpatrick’s fifth grade science class use light microscopes and slide viewers to examine different plant cells, record what they see and compare and contrast. View photos
Students are learning that art and math have plenty in common through a fun craft in Ms. Nystrom’s class. Using graph paper and a ruler, students are drawing his/her initials and identifying how many geometric angles they can find. view video
Last month, Liberty Middle School introduced a mentoring program that matches Liberty High School seniors with middle school students. Mentors act more like siblings or friends, rather than parents or teachers, and visit students during lunch to spend time together. read more
With an influx of technology into classrooms, teaching has undergone a major change. From traditional lectures, classrooms have shifted to technologically driven interactive sessions. In Liberty Middle School, students from Señora Cielo Canola’s Spanish class use a series of eTextbooks called “Voces,” which means ‘voices’ in Spanish. 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 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.