LHS Update


Turkey Drive

This week marks the start of Associate Student Council's annual Turkey Drive. This fundraiser is done as a partnership with the St. Charles County Juvenile Office's "No Hunger Holiday." Our goal this year is to collect 100 turkeys. We will be collecting money in the cafeteria every day as part of a teacher competition as well as collecting actual turkeys. On November 18th a representative will be here at Liberty collecting our money and any turkeys that are brought in. Anyone can participate in this! If you want to donate money, you can bring it to room 329 or lunches this week- OR- you can bring in a turkey on the morning of November 18th. We welcome any and all turkey donations!
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Congratulations, State Champ Ally Kruger!

Ally won State Cross Country on Saturday and set a new course record at Gans Creek. Ally won the race by seven seconds and set the new course record at 18:03. Congratulations Ally!

Here is a link to the race (the race starts at 1:07 into the feed).

Speech & Debate

Congrats to Jaden Zelidon for advancing into semi-finals of Domestic Extemp, Saiya Ameen for advancing to semi-finals of Informative, Maddie Claravall for taking 4th place in Interpretation and Sanjana Anand for advancing to quarterfinals in Lincoln Douglas debate!

Request for Second Semester

If you are currently enrolled for in-person learning and you would like to request a move to virtual learning for the second semester, please e-mail your Assistant Principal & Counselor. Requests will be processed based on class/course availability in our WSD Virtual Academy. We will take requests from now until November 24, 2020. This will be for second semester only, beginning on Jan. 20, 2020. Any student placed in the WSD Virtual Academy for the second semester will remain enrolled for the entirety of the semester.

Mentors 4 College Update

9 - 11 Grade Families:

The college planning process has changed over the years and the pandemic has prompted even more changes. While the college planning process might look a little different, it is still important to make a plan for life after high school. Mentors 4 College is a non-profit organization that offers free mentoring for families who want extra support and guidance in post-high school planning. Mentors meet with families via Zoom at times when it's convenient for the family. We help students research potential careers as well as educational opportunities that are a good fit academically, socially, and financially.

Check out our website to see the free resources & presentations we provide:


Go to the Join/Donate button to fill out a form to request a mentor. We will match you with one of our volunteers and begin the planning process as soon as possible.

Senior Families:

Mentors 4 College is sponsoring a brief webinar on Thursday, November 12 to help you with the final preparation of your college applications. The topic is: Finalizing Your College Application--Making It Fantastic! Many of you are planning to submit applications in November and December. We will go through sections of the Common App and give reminders about what to do and what not to do.

Mentos 4 College Zoom Webinar-Thursday, Nov 12; 5:30-6:00 pm

Finalizing Your College Application--Making it Fantastic!

Registration link:


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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!


Sunday, June 6th 2021 at 10am

2002 Arena Parkway

Saint Charles, MO

More details will be sent home as we get closer to the event.
Order Your Yearbook Here (code: 17208)

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

Technology Help

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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)