LHS Update

January 18, 2018

Talent Show

Did You Know? Key Club is a youth service and leadership club serving our school, community, country and global efforts to make caring our way of life.


Friday and Saturday's fundraiser helps us to make service projects possible. This year, we want to help Liberty High School teacher, Mr. Peggs. His son, Drew Peggs, was born on December 8, 2017, weighing four pounds. He was six weeks early so he was taken to the NICU/Special Care Nursery. MRI results show that Drew has a possible cyst in the Pia Mater of the brain that turned into a stroke that then turned into a hemorrhage. He was transferred to STL Cardinal Glennon on December 20 and discharged on January 8.


We are hoping to support his health & happiness and assist with medical bills and baby needs. Join us this Friday night at 7 pm for our first annual Talent Show and help support Drew!


Thank you for your support

Go Red Night!

Our annual Red Night is right around the corner! Come out to the game on Friday, February 9th at 7:00 pm in your red gear to support your Liberty Eagles against Washington High School. All proceeds from the game and any related sales go to the American Heart Association. Last year, we raised more than $3,000, and this year we'd like to hit $4,000. Additionally, there's a ton of prizes that go along with raising money for the AHA. Check out the AHA donation website for more information. And finally, our annual Winter Dance will immediately follow the game at 9:00 pm. Come out to support your team and have a great time at the dance afterward!

Ignite Program Success!

Two students currently enrolled in the Districts Ignite program shared with the Board their experience working within the field so far this year as part of their school day. Wyatt Cleveland is a senior at Liberty High School and participates in the startup business strand of Ignite. Savannah Rackovan is also a senior at Liberty, and she participates in the healthcare strand of the program, which is in its first year. They both expressed their excitement and appreciation for the opportunity to be mentoring and learning hands-on in a professional environment.


The WSD is also moving ahead with other St. Charles County school districts to form The St. Charles County CAPS Consortium in order to collectively expose more students to the opportunity. Wentzville currently has 34 students participating in the healthcare and business solutions strands. Francis Howell is establishing a strand in industrial technology. The consortium will combine all of these strands, and the students of the Wentzville School District will have access to all of three programs, increasing the number of seats for WSD students to approximately 57 for next year. If you are interested in this program click HERE for more information.

Congratulations Mrs. Hall!

Mrs. Hall, an English teacher at Liberty just earned second place overall in the women's division at the Disneyworld Marathon earlier this January. Her time was 2:49, putting her four minutes away from qualifying for the 2020 Olympic Trials! Good Luck, Mrs. Hall!

First Semester Through a Lens

Click HERE to see a "best of website" holding photos taken by our Liberty Student's self-branded Petrichor Photography.

IMPORTANT -- Future Seniors

All students entering 12th grade (next year 2018/19) need a second MENINGITIS IMMUNIZATION prior to 8/1/18. If the student has already had the shot, please have their doctor's office fax our nurse a copy of the immunization update. As the student gets the shot have the doctor's office fax us that day, please.

Contact Information:

Nurse Bridget Thomasson

Email bridgetthomason@wsdr4.org

Phone 636-561-0075 ext. 28233

Fax 636-561-1681

Last Call for Yearbooks

The deadline to order a 2017-18 Yearbook is Friday, January 26. Go to www.yearbookordercenter.com (order #17208) to place your order today. If you're not sure if you've already purchased a yearbook, call 1-877-362-7750.
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