Building Champions in Academics, Character, and Community
As we finish this year out strong, the month of May will hold activities and celebrations that we are excited to have the opportunity to welcome parents back into our schools. Your involvement and participation in the educational process are vital for the success of our school district. Please check with your individual schools on event calendars.
I also want to thank the parents and community who took the time to vote early in our elections. The outcome of the bond proposals plus the school board positions are very important to the future of Liberty Hill ISD. If you have not voted yet, please take time to vote Saturday, May 1st. Information is below.
Have a great day!
Steve Snell, Superintendent
Calling Future Panthers
Liberty Hill ISD Education Foundation
REMINDER: DON'T MISS OUT, SENIORS!
LHEF is offering individual Student Scholarships. Any 2021 graduating Liberty Hill High School Senior can apply! Scholarship Applications are DUE by APRIL 30
Scholarships will be awarded at the Senior Breakfast on May 25th at 9 am (Tentative date and time).
CTE seeking Summer Internship Partners
Williamson County Junior Deputy Academy
This summer, the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office is hosting a four-day academy that will give young citizens residing in Williamson County the opportunity to see what it is like to be a county deputy and to learn other unique aspects of Williamson County.
Go to the website for more information and to download the registration paperwork.
During the academy, junior cadets can expect to participate in activities such as interacting with a K9 and its handler, lifting fingerprints, taking a tour of the jail and the old county courthouse, as well as hands-on experience with tactical equipment and so much more.
Area 12 CDE Contest Results
Liberty Hill FFA has completed the Area 12 CDE (Career Development Events) contests for the season with the following results within Capital District and Area 12:
Vet Science (Darren McKeon, Allie Friemel, Katie Bird & Grace Nobles)
- District - 6th place
- Area 12 - 23rd place
Wool Judging (April Smith, Spencer Vickers, Jozie Wilson & Laney McCarn)
- District - 3rd place
- Area 12 - 11th place
Livestock Judging (Alayna Johnson, Katarina Allison & Elaina Green)
- District - 2nd place
- Area 12 - 25th place
Poultry Judging (Ashlyn Simon, Brooke Richardson, Mason Rosenbusch & April Smith)
- District - 1st place
- Area 12 - 12th place
Dairy Cattle Judging (Elizabeth Hert, Parker Langwell, Ava Hodges & Addison Shifflett)
- District - 4th place
- Area 12 - 8th place
Horse Judging (Shelby Lee, Madison Farmer, Hannah Lewis & Katie Bird)
- District - 1st place
- Area 12 - 1st place = STATE QUALIFIER
- They will compete at the end of this week at the Texas Tech State CDE Contest
Top 20 Individuals at Area 12 Contests:
- Dairy Cattle
- Elizabeth Hert - 8th
- Horse Judging
- Katie Bird - 20th
- Hannah Lewis - 12th
- Madison Farmer - 6th
- Shelby Lee - 2nd
We could not be more proud to coach these FFA members within these events and continue to be amazed at their abilities and determination to come out on top - true Panther Champions!
Congratulations to all of these hard-working FFA members!
On behalf of the Ag Department (Ms. Davis, Ms. Flint, Ms. Pike (our student teacher), and myself), thank you teachers for being so great with our kiddos on the multiple days that these students were out competing at invitationals and Area 12 Contest!
So very proud of their high achievement, the Art teachers, and amazing ART program!
CONGRATULATIONS to the Liberty Hill High School and Junior High band students on their SUPERIOR performance at the UIL Band Contest. It was a huge success for the entire Liberty Hill Band Program.
Both of the High School bands and both of the Junior High bands received 1st division ratings in both concert and sight-reading from all of the judges. This is the second year in a row that all bands have received 1st divisions.
Congratulations to LHISD Band directors John Perrin, Justin Zimerman, Lisa Hill, and Jared Clarkson for their continued success in conducting superior bands.
Liberty Hill tennis had a great showing in our first year of 5A Spring tennis.
We had 3 qualifiers to play at Regionals in San Antonio on Tuesday, April 27-28. They are Ellis Young (2nd place) and Ethan Wukasch/ Patrick Fay (2nd place). We have 4 alternates also traveling to Regionals: Mackenzie Coleman/ Jennifer Merrill (3rd), Sophie Sherman (3rd), and Joseph Sherman (3rd). To win a UIL medal is a big deal. Please congratulate these players when you see them and give them some Panther love.