Liberty Central School District introduced Anonymous Alerts in February 2014. Anonymous Alerts is a confidential, anonymous system that students and parents can use to report bullying, cyber-bullying, gang-related issues, suicide and other sensitive topics and issues. All messages are private and sent directly to a school official. Anyone wishing to submit information anonymously can visit the district’s website using any Internet-enabled device and clicking on the “Report Bullying” link. Mobile applications can be downloaded from the iPhone app store and the Android app from Google Play store. Click here to report an anonymous alert.
Asperger Experts is a resource designed by two people who have been diagnosed with Asperger’s to teach others exactly what they did to get to where they are in life, and help others get out of the immense pain and loneliness that often comes with an AS diagnosis. Click here for a video.
Boys and Girls Club of Sullivan County
In every community, children are often left to find their own recreation and companionship or left at home with no adult care or supervision. The Boys and Girls Club offers programs and services to promote and enhance the development of boys and girls by instilling a sense of competence, usefulness, belonging and influence. The Boys and Girls Club is a safe place for young people to learn and grow – all while having fun. Click here to visit the Boys and Girls Club website.
If you are a parent or guardian of a child between the ages of 3 and 21 who is living in or attending a public or private school within the Liberty Central School District during the upcoming school year and suspect that s/he may have a disability, please contact the Student Services Office at (845) 292-5400 x5106. Registration is required to meet with a representative from the Student Services office. Click here for more information about Child Find.
The Code of Conduct is applicable to all persons on school property or attending a school function except where a specific provision of the Code indicates that it is applicable only to a certain group of people. Click here to view the Code of Conduct.
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. Click here for more information about mySchoolBucks.com.
NWEA conducts regular linking studies to examine the correspondence between the Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) and state standardized tests used to measure student achievement. Click here to view the November 2013 Linking Study.
NWEA provides nationally recognized, research-based tools to assess learning and progress in more than 5,200 school districts across the United States. Educators use the data from Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) to inform their teaching practice in reading, mathematics and English language usage, tailoring instruction to meet the specific needs of the students in their classrooms. Click here for NWEA reading practice resources. Click here for ELA math practice resources.
Local Assistance Plan
The New York State Education Department has identified numerous schools in New York State as Local Assistance Plan (LAP) Schools. Schools were identified because either they did not make Adequate Yearly Progress on state assessments for an accountability group for multiple years, or a subgroup’s performance was at or below a particular cut point for one school year. The assessment data used to make this determination is available within the New York State Report Card available here.
The Liberty Central School District has been identified as needing academic improvement for a certain subgroup of students. In accordance with Commissioner’s Regulations, a Local Assistance Plan is required. The plan is a collaborative Diagnostic Self Review that outlines the practices that are in place, the action steps that will be taken to improve, a description of district resources to be used, and the professional development activities planned to support the implementation of the actions. Click here to view the 2014-15 Local Assistance Plan for Liberty Central School District. Please contact the building principal with any questions or comments.
The Liberty Central School District PTA is a nonprofit association that prides itself on being a powerful voice for all children, a relevant resource for families and communities, and a strong advocate for public education. Membership Dues are $5 per person for the school year. A school family that supports the district’s Annual Fall Fundraiser is automatically enrolled as a PTA member and is not required to pay a fee. Click here for information about the PTA.
Parent Today is a valuable resource designed to give you the information and tools you need to encourage your children's school success. It's bi-monthly electronic newsletter is designed to encourage and empower parents of students of all ages with research-based information and resources that supports teachers and strengthens the bridge between families and your classrooms. Click here for more information about Parent Today.
This web-based tool 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 Parent Portal. Click here for Parent Portal instructions.
Liberty Central School District receives notifications from law enforcement personnel when registered sex offenders move into the community. The purpose of these notifications is not to alarm or panic the community but rather to notify the community of a potential risk as well as to encourage parents to take this opportunity to review general safety practices to issues that may affect your children or our community. Notices are provided for general information and should not be construed as a prediction or warning of future crimes or conduct by the offender. Click here for information about sex offenders in Liberty.
The district wide school safety plan is a multi-hazards approach to ensure a safe, secure workplace and learning environment for its staff, students and visitors in the event of emergencies. This program and associated documents shall serve as the standard operating guidelines for Liberty Central School District when dealing with the aforementioned issues. Click here to view the district's safety plan.