Patriot Pride

#riseup!

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Week of the Patriot

Wednesday, July 28


  • LBMS 7th Grade Meet and Greet 4:00-6:00

**School Supply Lists are by Team and were mailed with Team Letters. Supply Lists will also be available at our Meet and Greet.


Thursday, July 29


  • LBMS 8th Grade Meet and Greet 4:00-6:00

**School Supply Lists are by Team and were mailed with Team Letters. Supply Lists will also be available at our Meet and Greet.


Future Dates of Importance:


August 4th-First Day of School for Students

August 20-LBMS Picture Day

September 6-No School for Students-Labor Day Holiday

September 8-Homecoming Celebration and LBMS Open House

September 24-Parent Teacher Conference Day-No School for Students

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Patriot Pride

Girls Soccer Tryouts:

August 16-18 at Science Hill stadium, 5:30-7:00

All forms must be on file at LBMS in order to tryout.

Physical (dated 4/15/21 or after)

Consent

Concussion

Bully/Hazing

Cardiac Arrest

Liberty Bell Drop-off and Pick-Up

DROP OFF PROCEDURES 20-21

Blue Building Students

Blue building students should be dropped off in parking lot B by the bicycle rack. Students will walk across the plaza and enter into the blue breezeway. Grab and Go Breakfast will be available in the breezeway. Please do not block the parking lot entrance or intersection. Our busses need to enter using the same road. To avoid the most traffic, it is recommended to arrive between 7:15 and 7:35. See Diagram for recommended routes to drop off.


Red Building Students

RED building students should be dropped off in parking lot C by the dumpsters. Students will walk into the red breezeway doors. Grab and Go Breakfast will be available in the breezeway.

Please do not block the parking lot entrance or intersection. To avoid the most traffic, it is recommended to arrive between 7:15 and 7:35. See Diagram. See Diagram for recommended routes to drop off.


Bus Drop Off

Students who are dropped off by bus will enter through their perspective Blue/Red building doorways. Grab and Go Breakfast will be available in the breezeway.



PICK UP PROCEDURES 20-21


Blue Building Students

Blue building students will be released at 2:40 PM to parking lot B. Parents/Guardians should park in a parking space while waiting to pick up their child to avoid congestion. Please do not block the parking lot entrance or intersection. See Diagram for recommended routes to drop off.


Red Building Students

Red building students will be released at 2:40 PM to parking lot C. Parents/Guardians should park in a parking space while waiting to pick up their child to avoid congestion. Please do not block the parking lot entrance or intersection. See Diagram for recommended routes to drop off.


Bus Riders

Students will be dismissed using a controlled dismissal schedule. Busses will be released prior to car riders.

Below is a table that identifies which teams are in the Red Building and which teams are in the Blue Building.


It is important that students and families are aware of which building students are in so that you know where to drop off students in the mornings and pick them up in the afternoons. Both Science Hill and Liberty Bell will be open to car riders and walkers beginning at 7:25 am this year. This will allow us to best supervise students in the morning while allowing social distancing. The student school day at Liberty Bell ends at 2:40.


Please see the table and video below for awareness of arrival and dismissal procedures.

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School Lunch

Breakfast and lunch will be free for all LBMS students this year. Specialty items will have a cost.
● If you don’t already have an payment account set up, you may do so at www.myschoolbucks.com
● Pre-payments by CHECK can be made on-site or arranged through the Food Service Office at 100 East Maple Street or by calling 423-434-5228. Daily handling of cash will not be done for safety as well as speed of meal delivery.

Free and Reduced Benefits

● Applications for free and reduced benefits will be available at all Johnson City Schools front office locations or on the bus routes. One application is submitted for all children in the household who attend school in Johnson City. You may return completed applications to any Johnson City school office, Central Office, or bus route.

● For more information regarding free and reduced benefits, please contact the School Food Service Office at 423-434-5228 or e-mail hilliardj@jcschools.org.

Immunizations

The Tennessee Department of Health requires students entering the 7th grade to show proof of the Tetanus-Diphtheria-Pertussis booster (“Tdap”). Parents must provide documentation of this immunization on an official Tennessee Certificate of Immunization. This documentation can be faxed directly to the Office of Health Services at 423-218-0544 or delivered to the office at Liberty Bell. Please contact your primary care physician or the Johnson City/Washington County Health Department (423-975-2200) to schedule an appointment. Students will not be able to attend the first day of 7th grade without this documentation. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Office of School Nurses at 423-232-5380.

Update Address and Contact Information

Please make sure that Liberty Bell has your most updated address, phone numbers and email addresses. This will ensure that you are receiving the most up to date communication.
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Buses

Please provide your student with updated address(s) (one or two parent households) and phone number(s) for the first day of school. Transit will be present in classrooms on the first day of school to provide bus information and must have current addresses to get students home after school. Updated phone numbers are also needed in the event we need to make contact due to an emergency or transportation concern.
Meet the Liberty Bell Counselors

Canvas Tutorial

A LBMS TUTORIAL THAT PARENTS CAN USE TO BE OBSERVERS IN THEIR CHILD'S CANVAS CLASS.



http://ior.ad/77dK

short link


https://www.iorad.com/player/1696056/NH-CANVAS---How-to-add-a-parent-as-an-Observer-in-Canvas

direct link


The youtube video:

https://youtu.be/qU2gEpwQRyo

celebration

Two Liberty Bell students competed in the SCTP State Championships fthis summer and placed 3rd as a squad in Sporting Clays and 2nd in Skeet for the state. Seth Black - Was at Liberty Bell last year as an 8th Grader and Reed McCown an upcoming 8th grader this year.

Johnson City press will be running an article about it in the next two weeks.

The SCTP is the National Scholastic Clay and Target Program. They are represented by every state in the US. They group athletes by age group and the program is open to male and female athletes. The above mentioned athletes represent the Intermediate class (6th-8th grade)

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