Liberty Academy Newsletter

October 19, 2016

THIS Thursday and Friday!

Thursday is 2-hour early release. Liberty Academy will dismiss at 12:54pm.
Friday there is NO SCHOOL!
Have a nice, long weekend!

FAFSA Frenzy

Free help completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)! If you are a graduating senior--you will need one for college or technical school enrollment!
Thursday, November 3rd from 6-8 pm @ Excelsior Springs HS
OR
Sunday, November 13th from 2-4pm @ MCC-Maple Woods

For more information on these events, visit: THIS WEBSITE!

Time to order your cap and gown!

Seniors have now received a packet that contains a graduation materials catalog and order form. Seniors and parents need to select the items they wish to order. Ordering will take place on Thursday, October 20th. Please be prepared to make a payment that day (your order amount OR $60, whichever is less). Payment can be made by check or credit card.
**All graduating seniors must have a cap and gown in order to participate in graduation. No exceptions. ***
Questions or concerns about items available for order? Contact Josten's at 816-523-4900

Interested in a career in a medical field?

Thursday, November 10th
Liberty Hospital Medical Plaza East
6-8:30pm
(Come and go. Parents welcome.)
Open to Liberty & Kearney School District, 6th-12th grades
Event is free but please register at libertyhospital.org to reserve your tour time.
*Career Fair
*Meet professionals
*Hospital tours
For more information contact Colleen Jones at 736-5320 or at cjones@liberty.k12.mo.us

Job Fair!

November 1, 2016
3-7pm
Mosaic Life Care
8880 NE 82nd Terrace, KCMO, 64157
Connect with local employers
Presented by: Liberty Area Chamber of Commerce
Visit libertychamber.com for a full list of participants

Didn't make it in to see Mrs. Streu at Parent-Teacher Conferences?

All of my information is right here!
Go to MY WEBSITE to find information on all of these topics:
What is the A+ Program?
Is College Right For Me?
How to Apply for College
Career Exploration: What should I do when I grow up?
What to Expect when you have a Senior in High School
High School Course Planning