October 10, 2018
Thank you, Custodians!
Everybody Cut Footloose
- DECA Food Drive: Jack Kavanaugh and Evan Sacks are completing a Community Service Project that is supporting Backpack Impact, a local charity that supplies students in the Wentzville School District with meals to take home each weekend. Want to help? Please bring food to donate from October 8-24 to your second-hour classroom.
- First Impact: First Impact is a traffic safety program that educated parents about Missouri's Graduated Driver License (GDL) law. We will host a parent presentation on October 24 from 6-7:30. Register at 573-884-3463.
- Holiday Bazaar: Come do your holiday shopping on November 10, from 9 am - 4 pm.
- Come Together Club: We are currently adding new members to Come Together, a peer-to-peer support club started last year by Mrs. Rustemeyer, Mr. Eversole, Mrs. Wootten, and Mrs. Gerringer. We want to get a wide variety of students involved, including those who may not like to participate in traditional after-school clubs or activities. All interested students are invited to an Informational meeting this Thursday, 10/11, at 2:20 pm in Room 218. If unable to attend but still interested, we have a sign-up sheet in the guidance office. Come Together participants will choose whatever club activities they are interested in. Examples include: learning how to support distressed friends; educating peers about coping skills and healthy relationships; and creating a safe, welcoming meeting space for all students to hang out and share real-life challenges without feeling judged. We will provide training for club members about mental health, coping, and healthy relationship skills.
- Harry Potter Interactive Movie Night: Calling all Muggles and wizards for an interactive movie night with a sorcerer, a stone, and the boy who lived. Join us on Thursday, October 25 for a night of fun!
- TSA & HOSA Trunk or Treat: Join us on Saturday, October 27 from 5-8pm for yard games, raffles, contests, and of course TREATS!
- Speech & Debate: See Mrs. Franke, room 206, if you're REMOTELY interested in speech and debate. It's not too late to join. We will be going to Fort Zumwalt South to watch a tournament on October 19 and 20 which will allow you to see the different events offered, and we are preparing for the first tournament that we'll compete at which is December 5 and 6 at Pattonville High School.
- For more involvement opportunities visit our website, our events calendar, and our sporting events calendar.
The following students have been selected to perform in the 2018 St. Louis Suburban District Honor Choir: Emily Gann, Emily Grant, Shaina Feinstein, Wesley Nichols, Alyssa Place, Dylan Taylor, and Michelle Yoder.
Special congratulations to Wesley Nichols for being selected to audition for the 2019 All-State Choir. Wesley will participate in another round of auditions, and if selected to sing in the All-State Choir, will perform at the 2019 Missouri Music Educators Association Conference! Wesley is the first Liberty student to earn this opportunity!
Be sure to come out and support the Liberty High School Choirs on Tuesday, October 16th at their annual Fall Concert. Doors open at 6:45 pm and the concert will begin at 7:00 pm. Admission: Please make a small donation to help support our program ($3 for Adults, $2 for students)!
Good luck to Nawal as she heads to individuals in Columbia today!
LHS Publications class has released their first issue of The Ledger.
Mr. Schumacher's class is excited to announce that Liberty students have adopted a dairy cow. Students have named her "Holy Cow."
National Merit Scholarship Letter of Commendation awarded to Zachary Myers.
Liberty Band Earns Third Place
Band majors Lydia Hart, Luke Carter, and Elaine Amery hold the third place trophy. To learn more about the competition click HERE.
Rishi has been named as a semifinalist in the 64th Annual National Merit Scholarship Program.