Liberty Drive Newsletter

October 2021

Administrator's Message:

It is hard to believe we are almost at the end of the 1st Nine Weeks of School. Students are learning so much and we are so proud of how hard they are working!

We are incorporating a word of the week into our announcements and students earn points for their class when they use it correctly in a sentence. Ask your child about each week's word, we are hearing some great sentences! So far we have learned: awkward, banter and impeccable.

Thank you to everyone who contributed to our Penny Wars, we raised over $700 for the United Way! Students had so much fun adding points to their class and sabotaging others!

We are here to support you and your child and their success as learning this year. Please reach out to us at anytime with questions or concerns.

Ms. Tallant and Mr. Hewitt

Teacher Spotlight

How Can You Help Your Child with Their Math And Reading at Home!

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Students are learning to visualize multi-step word problems in order to effectively solve them using math facts, number sense, and PIES.
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Students are learning to use evidence from the text to answer inferential questions and show support for their answers.
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Please mark your calendars!

October 4th- Wear Blue (National Bully Prevention Day)

October 6th - Fall Pictures

October 11th- Wear Pink (Breast Cancer Awareness)

October 15th - No School (Teacher Workday)

October 18th-22nd- NC Check-ins

October 25th-29th Red Ribbon Week

October 26th - Report Cards

October 29th - 1st Nine Weeks Awards Assembly (virtual)

November 10th- Make up Pictures & Virtual Family Game Night

November 11th- No School (Veteran's Day)

November 12th- Kona Ice FUNdraiser

November 17th- Progress Reports

November 24th-26th- Thanksgiving Holiday

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Communication & Information

Our teachers do an excellent job of communicating information regarding our programs and activities going on in our school. Here is way you can stay informed proactively:

  • -DOJO (classroom codes are available from your child's teacher)
  • -Teacher, School and District Websites (
  • -LDES Facebook (Liberty Drive Elementary)
  • -LDES YouTube Channel
  • -LDES Twitter Accounts
  • -Newsletters, Information and Flyers
  • A phone call or an email is an efficient way to communicate with your child’s teacher. Please remember that our teachers are with students throughout the day and will return the call/email as soon as they are able. At times, this may be the next school day.

    Social Emotional Learning

    As students are becoming reacclimated to school, we have been focusing on our social emotional health or our "emotional intelligence". Students are learning to be more self aware. This includes learning how to show empathy, manage their own emotions, make responsible decisions and resolve conflicts. Remember that modeling "emotional intelligence" begins at home and your child is watching and learning from you.
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    Student Attendance

    We are nearing the end of the first nine weeks of school and attendance is critical for student success. Please make sure your child is at school daily and keeping up with their assignments!
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    2021-2022 Parent Student Handbook