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October 31, 2014
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Police locate driver who reportedly approached student, case resolved
On Saturday, Oct. 25, 2014, the Liberty Police Department notified the district that the incident occurring on Thursday, Oct. 23, has been resolved. Police located the vehicle, spoke to the driver and determined that he was the parent of a Liberty student, and he had been trying to get the attention of his child. The student who reported the incident mistakenly thought the man was calling to her.  Learn more

Trick-or-treat safety tips
Halloween is one of the most exciting times of the year for children, but sometimes hectic for parents and guardians. Click here for tips to help ensure your loved ones have a safe and Happy Halloween.

Phase II capital project not approved, Board to review outcome
Liberty Residents have rejected a $13.6 million capital project proposal to upgrade the high school’s aging infrastructure and to improve safety, instructional technology and energy efficiency. Learn more   VIEW PHASE ii PROJECT BROCHURE (pDF)

47th Annual Rotary Spaghetti Dinner
The Liberty Rotary Club is sponsoring a spaghetti dinner on Wednesday, Oct. 29 from 5-7 p.m. in the HS cafeteria. Take out meals are available. Tickets are $9 for adults and $6 for students. The Liberty HS Interact Club is helping to sell tickets and will assist in setting up for the dinner, waiting on tables and cleaning up afterwards. All proceeds from the dinner will be shared with the Liberty HS Interact Club, the Liberty Rotary Club and various community projects. The Liberty HS Interact Club is sponsored by the Liberty Rotary Club and Rotary international. It is a service club whose motto is "Service Above Self".

National School Bus Safety Week is Oct. 20-24 
In conjunction with National School Bus Safety Week, Liberty Central School District encourages residents to keep students safe all year round. Click here for school bus safety tips for students, parents, drivers and motorcyclists.

Board of Education to meet next on Nov. 4
The next  regular Board of Education meeting will be on Tuesday, Nov. 4, in the high school media center at 7 p.m.

Liberty student-musicians chosen for county festival 
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. Learn more

Oct. is National Bullying Prevention Month
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! here's how

Snack Pack program returns to Liberty schools
The Snack Pack program provides students with free, nutritious, easy-to-prepare meals to take home for the weekend. Learn more

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District-wide Events

11/11 - Veteran's Day; School Closed

Board of Education Meetings

11/4 - Board of Education regular meeting, HS Media Center, 7 p.m.
   minutes, agendas, archives

Liberty Middle/High School: Grades 9-12

11/6 - Pine Bush High School College Fair, 6:15 p.m.
11/14 - Parent Conferences, 6:30 p.m.

Liberty Middle/High School: Grades 5-8


Liberty Elementary School: Grades PreK - 4


Community-wide Events

10/25 - Town of Liberty Parks and Recreation Halloween Parade, 12 p.m.
10/29 - Liberty Rotary 47th Annual Spaghetti Dinner, 5-7 p.m., HS Cafeteria

 Fall 2014

Students create halloween inspired cookbooks, on sale now

Throwing a monster bash? Students from the Liberty Middle School ABLE Program are providing a fun way to help you throw a ghoulishly good Halloween party! Students applied lessons from their current mathematical curriculum to create a recipe cookbook, now on sale for $5.

With recipes like bewitching chili and boo-rific black bean dip, who can resist? Stop by the classroom this month to pick up a cookbook of your very own!

The ABLE Program follows a curriculum that addresses general education through hands on activities and whole based learning. The program is led by teachers Sue DeStefano, Kae Kotorski, Sharyn Fogelman and Jen Nystrom.

To purchase a cookbook or learn more about the ABLE Program, contact jnystrom@libertyk12.org or kkotarski@libertyk12.org.




  

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