Liberty Academy Newsletter
October 2, 2019
Info on engineering as a career
A Night with K-State Engineering in Liberty on Thursday, October 10th 6:30 – 8:00pm. The event is open to high school freshman, sophomores, juniors, and seniors and will be located at the Shoal Creek Golf Course. The presentation will cover types of engineering, opportunities for personal and professional development, how to prepare to transition into an engineering degree program, a hands-on activity, and a student panel of our Engineering Ambassadors from K-State.
No RSVP required. Just show up!
Seniors: Josten's will be here on 10/4!
Jostens will be at Liberty Academy on Friday, 10/4 at 9am to take your announcement and cap/gown orders!
*You MUST have a cap/gown in order to participate in graduation.
*Your order WILL require a payment (in full or at least a down payment). Please plan for this!
If you are a junior and plan to graduate at the end of this year-see Mrs. Streu. You will have paperwork to fill out too.
Liberty High School is offering the ASVAB test on Thursday, October 31st at 8am. Liberty North High School is offering the ASVAB on Wednesday, November 20th at 8am. There is no charge. If you'd like to take the exam that is at your home high school, contact Mrs. Streu ASAP (but NO LATER than October 24th for LHS test and NO LATER than November November 13th for North test) to sign up!! email@example.com
Shot Clinic (really helpful if you are a Junior student...)
Football Game--October 4th, 7:00 p.m. vs Park Hill South
Tail Gate the Game--Oct. 4th, 4-5:30pm, $5 w/Activity Pass
Dance--October 5th, 8:00 - 11:00 p.m at Cokely Fieldhouse
- Tickets $15/person--LHS/LA students can buy them at the door for this price (tell them you are LA)
- Out of district Guest Forms are due by September 27th
With regard to the Homecoming dance:
- LHS highly discourages the use of party buses. In previous years, there have been numerous issues with students making poor choices on unsupervised buses. If you choose to acquire a party bus or limo for your student’s party, we highly recommend a parent supervisor ride in the vehicle. If buses or limos park on campus, and there is a concern for student safety, these vehicles may be searched in our efforts to keep all children safe and sober.
- It is the expectation that all students adhere to the LHS Student Handbook and LPS District Policies while at the dance and all other school events.
This year’s festival will be held November 7th, 6-8pm @ Liberty North High School.
We need your help! Liberty Public Schools will proudly host the 4th Annual Diversity Festival celebrating the many diverse cultures that make up our community. We are continuing the theme of THRIVE: Culturally, Locally, Globally.
LPS is seeking those interested in educating others regarding different aspects of their culture/diversity. If you are interested in possibly hosting a booth at this year’s festival, or may know of someone who is, please complete the interest form that is linked below by Friday, October 4th.