LHS Update


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In this Newsletter...

Dear Liberty Students,

It’s been too long since we told you this, but we adore you. We appreciate you.

Times are tough right now and we know things sometimes look dark, but you are a beacon of light for others. The world needs what you’re putting out there – laughter, love, kindness, compassion, and courage. It’s going to get better – it already is in many ways. It can be hard to recognize all the good things, but they are there. You’re one of them. Keep shining. The world is a better place because of you.

Sending Love to Eagle Kingdom!

Included in this Update:

  • After School Assist Update
  • Activities Office Information
  • LHS Theater Presents
  • Booster Club Information
  • Library Update
  • LHS Today Featured News
  • P.E. Rock Your Socks Event Information
  • Parking Lot Information
  • FAFSA Frenzy Event
  • Senior Updates
  • Grad Night Fundraiser
  • Yearbook Ordering Information
  • Technology Help
  • District Marketing Partners

After School Assist

After School Assist is back on Monday 10/26. It will be held in the library daily Monday - Thursday from 2:20 to 3:20 pm. At this time the district is unable to provide transportation.

Activities Office Update

Live Stream our Fall Play

Our live stream crew: Rhett Cunningham, Jayce Haun, and Sruthi Ramesh are hard at work prepping for the filming of @DramaLiberty's production of "Anne-Arky." Watch it by clicking the link below!

Spiritwear at the Shed

Saturday, Oct. 24th, 9-11am

2275 Sommers Road

Lake Saint Louis, MO

Meet us at the Shed (located through the stadium entrance) to purchase Spiritwear this Saturday!


LHS Library Update

Are you registered to vote in our Mock Election taking place on October 27 & 28? Visit tinyurl.com/LibertyVoterRegistration by the end of the day on Friday, October 23 to have your personalized voter registration card emailed to you. Voting will take place virtually, in some classrooms and in the library next week. The results of our election will be announced by the end of the day on October 28.

Have you heard about our One Read? Our school is teaming up with three schools in the Fort Zumalt School District as well as the St. Charles City-County Public Library District to encourage a community-wide reading of Kate Moore's The Radium Girls. This is the powerful true story of hundreds of young women who were poisoned by radium-laced paint while they worked as watch dial-painters in the 1920s and 1930s. The e-book is available to any interested student or staff member via Sora, plus we've created activities and lessons around themes in the book that extend learning. We're excited to be planning a virtual author visit with Kate Moore, and we'll be offering a virtual field trip to Ottawa, IL, where much of the book is set. Find out more information here.

Want a chance to win a portable projector for your phone? Participate in our October STEAM Challenge where you curate a list of items to put in a digital time capsule to represent 2020. The library is also collecting small items to put in a real-time capsule to be buried at school and opened by a future generation. If you have something to donate, please drop it off to the library by the end of October.

Finally, we're wrapping up #TeenTober, a national month-long celebration of reading, writing, technology, and making with "make and takes" available from the library next week. Stop by the library before school, after school, or at lunch to pick up a small maker kit with materials to build something functional or tasty. We'll hand these out on October 27 and 28 while supplies last!

LHS Today Featured News Stories

For more stories written by students click here.

Rock Your Socks!

On behalf of the Liberty Eagles' Physical Education and Health Department:

Support the physical, mental, emotional, and social well-being of our community by participating and encouraging friends and family to REGISTER TODAY. You can walk, run, or race to a PR to make the leaderboard.

Your official race bib, shirt, and instructions are mailed right to your doorstep!

Register by November 16th to ensure you get your shirt and bib in time for the race Dec. 5-12th

The shirts, socks, movement, smiles, pictures, and memories will be lasting. Get that group together, meet for a walk, run, or race anywhere you choose! What a great way to start the day with people you love, movement, fun socks, and maybe some breakfast and coffee after. Register Now!

Parking Lot Reminders

  • Please display your parking pass
  • Campus speed limit is 15 mph
  • Students if you still need to pay you were sent an email with a deadline (10/27).

Concerns or questions related to parking, please contact matthewkiesel@wsdr4.org

Fafsa Frenzy Event

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Senior Information

  • Graduation is scheduled for June 6th at 10 am (more details will be shared Spring 2021).
  • Senior Pictures: In order to appear in the senior portrait section in the yearbook, you must have your photo taken by Trotter. Visit www.trotterphoto.com/schools to select your school to schedule your senior portrait. The deadline for this is November 7th.
  • Senior Yearbook Ads: Ads are due TODAY. The information is pictured below.
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Grad Night Fundraiser

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Order Your Yearbook Here (code: 17208)

Order Number: 17208 Questions - Contact Mr. Hall at jonathanhall@wsdr4.org

Technology Help

This site is dedicated to helping both students and parents navigate the technology available within the WSD.

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About Us

Ed Nelson, Building Principal edgarnelson@wsdr4.org

(Last Names A-G) Steve Pryor, AP stevenpryor@wsdr4.org -- Alicia Sheffield, Counselor (aliciasheffield@wsdr4.org)

(Last Names H-M) Lindsay Kiely, AP lindsaykiely@wsdr4.org -- Chad Cunningham, Counselor (chadcunningham@wsdr4.org)

(Last Names N-Z) Matt Kiesel, AP matthewkiesel@wsdr4.org -- Paige Blackford, Counselor (paigeblackford@wsdr4.org)