Liberty Academy Newsletter

February 21, 2019

Summer School enrollment is now open

Liberty Academy offers summer school to our most credit deficient students. If your student qualifies for the Liberty Academy program you will receive a mailing by March 1st telling you how your student can sign up.


If you do not receive a mailing by March 1st, your student will need to sign up for Liberty Public Schools summer school. You must sign up online--find the link HERE.


*Online enrollment does require your student's nine digit student number (if you need it, feel free to email Mrs. Streu to get that information: lori.streu@lps53.org)

*It also asks for the counselor assignment for your student for the next school year. Please list "Streu."

Spring Parent-Teacher Conferences at Liberty Academy

March 11th and March 12th

3-7pm

MARK YOUR CALENDARS!

ALL of the snow days!

Liberty Public Schools has missed seven days of school due to inclement weather this school year. In an effort to not push the school year into the month of June, and to not interfere with the summer school attendance calendar, Friday, April 19, 2019, has been identified as a make-up day (pending final Board approval in March). This day would be a 2-hour early release day.

Driver's Education Enrollment Now Open

Does your son or daughter want to learn to drive this summer? Do you want professionals to assist in the training? LPS has the best program and value around!


Your son or daughter will drive with one of five driving instructors. The course begins with an all-day instruction class on Monday, June 3, then drive during the month of June.

Cost is $330 if paid before May 1. Sign up soon to reserve your spot. To register for the program, click here. All students must have a driver's permit to participate in Driver's Ed.


For questions, please contact Kyle Erickson.

Find out about KC Tech Academy!

KC Tech Academy is hosting a parent night informational held at LHS on Feb. 26th beginning at 6 pm in the library. Parents and students are welcome to attend.

Free ACT Practice Test with College Tutors

Saturday, March 9th

9:30am - 1:30pm

Mid-Continent Public Library: Liberty Branch

1000 Kent Street, Liberty


Mid-Continent Public Library is partnering with College Tutors to provide free ACT practice tests. These practice tests are designed to give each student an assessment of where they might score on the real ACT. The only requirement is to bring a pencil and a scientific calculator. Composite scores will be provided to each student within five days. You will need to provide a valid email address to receive your results. The tests will run from 9:30am to 1:30pm. Registration starts at 9:00am.


Sign up at mymcpl.org/events or by calling 816.781.9240

Historically Black Colleges and Universities

Mark your calendar for February 26th to attend the HBCU (Historically Black Colleges and Universities) College Showcase at Park Hill High School from 6:30-8:30 pm. Registration is encouraged but not required: http://northlandkchbcufair.weebly.com/rsvp.html