April 2, 2018
Thank you very much for volunteering at the Liberty concession stand. The Booster Club greatly appreciates your time and support.
Congratulations to our Film Festival Winners!
Phone Down Buckle Up by Cailey Chapman, Miriam Solorio, Mickey Kinsella
The First Amendment: Our Double-Edged Sword by Marjori Russo, Cat Frank, and Katie Cool
Perfect Chocolate Fudgy Brownie by Cassandra Frank, Mikayla Ellis, Gracie Fieselman, Elesia Alvarez, and Taylor Wilhite
The Daylight Night by Lauren Stumpf, Caleb Woods, Connor Low, Maddie Baker, Eric Mason, Eleanor McCrary
Ratchets and Robots by Lauren Stumpf
Trapped by Sarah Downs
Tunnelvision by Julia Wolz, Eleanor McCrary, Alyssa Fay, Braden McMakin, Christian Tebeau, and Cameron Jones
Homefront Interview by Madison Haynes
Cookie Desordre by Logan Cumberland, Breanne Travis, Paige Eikel, Austyn Kloth
Young, Dumb, and Government by Megan Maetten, Marlee Doniff
A Colorful Crime by Gabrianne Salvosa
Little Women Teaser by Abigail Falgout
Freshman Cheer Pregame by Julia Fallert
Eagles Bounce Back by Nicholas Howards
Eat, Laugh, Golf by Lauren Stumpf
Pobre Pablo by Megan Maetten, Marlee Doniff, Gillian Sanford, Kara Collier, Rishi Kondapaneni, Colin Rice
Opioid Abuse by Nathan Moore
SENIORS you are SEVEN weeks away from your last day!
Students showcased the songs they have been learning in Guitar II (pictured: Mikayla Bowman & Colin Stuerman).
Luke Linden recently earned "lifter" of the week
Over $300 Raised
Boys Tennis helped to raise funds for the Karen Weindinger Foundation.
Class of 2020 Parents... WE NEED YOU!
THREE Youth Tour Finalists!
Key Club Yard Sale
LHS Key Club is hosting an all clubs Yard Sale on Saturday, April 28 from 7-12 at Liberty. If anyone is interested in donating gently used furniture or appropriate items to be sold, please consider spring cleaning and donating to our project. For additional information, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Liberty High School Raises Awareness and Funds for Artists in Central America
From 04/02/2018 to 04/16/2018, Liberty High School's Spanish II classes will be selling hand-woven bracelets, or ‘pulseras’ in Spanish, to empower the artists who make them in Nicaragua & Guatemala. The sale was organized through the Pulsera Project, a Fair-Trade nonprofit organization that empowers and educates people in the U.S. and Central America through pulsera sales.
Student and teacher volunteers raise funds that benefit fair-trade jobs, worker rights, sustainability, and education, while learning about the culture, lives, and struggles of Central Americans. The Pulsera Project’s goal is to create a more just and colorful world by encouraging conscious consumerism and social enterprise.
Please, congratulate the following students, for their success at the HOSA - Future Health Professionals State Conference over spring break. The top three competitors in each event advance to the International Leadership Conference (ILC) in Dallas this summer!
Madi McGuire - created a scrapbook that earned Liberty the "Outstanding HOSA Chapter" Award and a spot at the ILC
Sara Rowley - 1st place in Healthy Lifestyle
Audrey Chambers and Tian Heinle - 3rd place in Medical Innovation
Daryn Adler, Lexi Guffey, Madi McGuire, Emily Ristevski, and Marjori Russo - 3rd place in Parliamentary Procedure
Rishi Kondapaneni - 4th place in Medical Math
Kendall Weber, Meghan Coyle, and Sarvani Kunapareddy - 4th place in Public Service Announcement