Liberty Academy Newsletter
September 4, 2019
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College Fair at LPS
Interested in Engineering?
A Night with K-State Engineering in Liberty on Thursday, October 10th 6:30 – 8:00pm. The event is open to high school freshman, sophomores, juniors, and seniors and will be located at the Shoal Creek Golf Course. The presentation will cover types of engineering, opportunities for personal and professional development, how to prepare to transition into an engineering degree program, a hands-on activity, and a student panel of our Engineering Ambassadors from K-State.
No sign up required! Just show up!
Parenting in Challenging Times: Fighting Vaping
Dr. Natasha Burgert
Vaping is suddenly mainstream. In this webinar, board-certified pediatrician Dr. Natasha Burgert shares information on vaping and e-cig use, discusses the importance of proactive prevention, and shares practical ways to talk to children about this harmful habit. She reviews the basics of vaping, how it works, the product's history, and addiction concerns. Dr. Burgert helps parents figure out if a child might be vaping and what to do if they find their child with an e-cig device.
Natasha Burgert, MD, FAAP, is a board-certified pediatrician with a thriving private practice in Kansas City, MO. In addition to clinical work, she serves as a spokesperson for the American Academy of Pediatrics and as a member of the AAP’s Council of Communication and Media. She regularly shares evidence-based child health information on NBC Education Nation and U.S. News and World Report. Locally, she contributes to KCUR and the Missouri Advisory Council for Childhood Immunizations. Find out more about her work at KCKidsDoc.com.
LAST CALL for ACT prep classes at LHS/North
Notes from the Nurse
Liberty Academy is excited to offer music groups again through the Children's Services Fund! This started late spring and was a hit with a group of our kids at LA. This year, we have the capacity to offer THREE music groups of up to 12 students max in each group.
If your student is interested in checking this group out, please complete the permission slip (click HERE to get it) or have your student bring the permission slip home from school for you to sign.
The first group will meet on September 10th.
Please note: Music group is on a voluntary basis. A permission slip on file does not mean your child will ever be expected or forced to attend.