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Liberty Park Elementary School Newsletter

Friday, May 21st ~ Last Day of School

Dear Liberty Park Families,

The 2020-2021 school year has officially come to an end. It was an amazing year, full of unique challenges, but way more successes! W e celebrated all our students this week, but especially our 4th graders. We are very excited for the great things they will accomplish in 5th grade at Raymond Park. Now is the time for celebration, relaxation, and reflection so we can make 2021-2022 even more successful!

Have a safe and enjoyable summer! Thank you all for everything that you do to support our AMAZING school! Take care, be safe, and have a great summer!

Your Principal,

Jason Brooks

Congratulations to Mrs. Winebrenner!

Congratulations to Ms. Winebrenner, LP's amazing Art teacher, for being named the 2021 District Elementary Teacher of the Year!
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Parent Square

We are excited to let you know that we will be using ParentSquare for the 2021-2022 school year! ParentSquare will be our District-wide communications platform to connect with you as a school, and in your classrooms and activities! This July, you will receive an invitation email or text to join ParentSquare, along with everything you will need to know to get started.

FREE community COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics

MSD of Warren Township will be hosting FREE community COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics. For additional information or to register, visit

Click here for more information - link

2021 At-Home Summer Learning Parent/Caregiver Guide

At-Home Summer Learning resources, which are familiar to your student, are now available to encourage students to engage in learning activities to enhance their skills for next school year, all summer long!

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Message from Dr. Hanson (5/26/2021)

Did you know that families can already register/enroll for next school year?

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New and Returning Students for 2021-22

  • NEW Students: We are Enrolling new Students for 2021-22.

  • RETURNING Students: If your child currently attends a Warren Township school, you do not need to complete online enrollment. Current students who live within Warren Township boundary will be registered automatically for the next school year. For more information, click here.

Kindergarten Camp

Click Here to register your future Kindergarten student in this summer's K-Camp program!

Liberty Park's K-Camp is schedule for July 20th.

Notes from Nurse Kelly

MEDICATION REMINDER: On the last day of school, all medications must be picked up by an adult. Any medication left behind will be destroyed. This includes all prescriptions and over-the-counter medications and inhalers.

MOBILE DENTIST is visiting our school - Forms came home with students this last week. They are also available to download by clicking below.

Parent VUE Portal

Synergy has a ParentVUE portal that parents can use to monitor students grades, attendance and discipline. Parents can view their students "Warren Password" on the ParentVUE Student Info tab. Parents can click on Student Info and then scroll to the bottom of the page. They will see their students' passwords right below the bus information.

Need help creating your account?: Click here for assistance

Summer Servings Food Information

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Community Information

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Sheldon’s Daylight Camp

Sheldon’s Daylight Camp - Space is limited to the first 100 campers!

Register today at

Happy Hollow Children’s Camp

Click here for more information and to register for the Happy Hollow Children's Summer Camp:

FREE performing arts opportunity for youth ages 6-12

Asante Art Institute FREE performing arts opportunity for youth ages 6-12

Register at

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Moorhead Community Resource Center

The Moorhead Community Resource Center is our District-led, community-based, family-focused, and culturally affirming facility that provides programs and services based on the needs of Warren Township students and families.

Services Include:

  • Support for Homeless Students and Families
  • Housing and Utility Support
  • Foster Care Support
  • Food & Clothing Pantry Services through Sonny Day
  • Nutritional Education
  • Mental Health Counseling for Individuals and Families
  • Registration Assistance for Health Insurance
  • Substance Abuse Education and Support Groups
  • Healthy Relationships Education
  • Latino Support Services
  • Mentoring Services
  • Employment Services
  • Tutoring Services

Visit the MCRC webpage for more information!:

Tech Support

We are expanding our technology help desk hours at Moorhead Community Resource Center! Our new hours will be Monday-Friday from 7:30 - 8:30 a.m. and 11:00 - 1:00 p.m. K-4 VIRTUAL students with iPad issues should be brought here. Chromebooks can still be brought to any of the three Intermediate Middle Schools during school hours, 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., Monday - Friday,, or the Chromedesk at the High School during 1st and 2nd period, Monday - Friday. If you cannot access the above times and locations for some reason, you can also submit a help ticket through IncidentIQ here.

Community Outreach Hotline

If you have a hardship or need that you would like support with, please reach out to us at our Community Outreach Hotline.


Student iPad Safety & Repairs

We are excited to provide students with technology to enhance their learning experiences in the MSD of Warren Township. Each student K-4 is assigned an iPad for virtual and in-person classroom use. Students are responsible for the proper care and use of their device. Each device is covered by a district-sponsored insurance program for damage. This keeps charges for both intentional and accidental damages low. Both purposeful and accidental damage will be charged at a reduced rate.

Repair ~Family Charge




More than 3-The actual cost of repair or $50

How does the district ensure student safety with the use of student devices?

Warren Township employs a variety of methods to manage student devices including Internet filtering, and application restrictions. Internet Filtering software collects information about the sites that students access. Whether a use is off task or appropriate depends on the time of day, the student’s schedule, and the teacher’s instructions. If a student attempts to access an inappropriate site, a notification is generated and the filtering software blocks the viewing of that site. Students are also taught about appropriate use and care for their devices by their classroom teachers. Specific age-appropriate lessons have been created for use with all students.

Stay Connected!

Please continue to monitor our website, mobile app, school newsletters, and our social media accounts for updated information.

If you haven’t already done so, please consider following Liberty Park:

Twitter: @LibertyParkElem

Facebook: @LPPatriots

School Webpage:

Warren Township App: The Warren app can be downloaded at the Apple and Android App Store.

Student Success Handbook

Warren Parents and Caregivers, here is the link to our Student Success Handbook. This handbook is updated every year to include information about how we keep students and staff safe at school, along with resources for families to access as well as information on district procedures and policies. This handbook is also shared with students. Please take a moment to review and complete this as acknowledgement that you have received the handbook. Please reach out if you have any questions.

Contact Us

Liberty Park Elementary

8425 E. Raymond Street

Indianapolis, IN 46239


Click here for LP Staff Contacts

Jason Brooks - Principal


Kathy Hench - Dean


Brooke Tapper - Counselor

317-532-1850 ext. 1892

Beverly Stephens –Secretary/Registrar


Donata Lux – Secretary/Treasurer


Kelly Woods – Nurse



The occasion may arise when the school district wants to recognize your child or your child's school. This may include your child's photo, your child's name or your child's work in district publications, newsletters, on school district websites, and in electronic/social media or in staff training videos. We may also want to tell the media (including newspapers, television, and radio) about your child's achievements. We never knowingly release information about a student to anyone who wants to use it for commercial/political purposes. However, we will honor your request to not include your child in these types of recognitions if you notify your child's school office in writing that you do not want this type of information released.