Be Kind week: April 22-26, more details coming soon!
The video below was written and directed by LHS Student Britney Boyer.
Swofford Game - April 5 @ 7 pm
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- WINTERGUARD: This past weekend Wentzville-Liberty High School Winterguard won first place in their round at the 2019 MCCGA Championships. They competed against schools from Missouri, Illinois, Kansas, Arkansas, and Oklahoma. This is their 3rd Gold Medal and 1st place in the past 5 years.
- HOSA: Last week, 25 Liberty HOSA - Future Health Professionals students competed at the State Leadership Conference. The following students qualified for the International Leadership conference which will be held in Orlando, FL on June 19-22:
Cassidy Widlowski qualified for receiving the Gold Level of the Barbara James Service Award with over 250 hours of service.
Kailey Cain, Sarvani Kunapareddy, Aubrey McCain, and Lauren McDonnell placed 3rd in the Health Education event.
Josh Geisler placed 3rd in the Epidemiology event.
Lanni Guffey placed 1st in the Healthy Lifestyle event.
ROBOTICS: The robotics team spent the last few days competing at a regional in Knoxville, Tennessee, competing with approximately 50 other teams. Although the team was unfortunately eliminated in quarterfinals, the team won the prestigious "Engineering Inspiration Award" qualifying us for world championships in Houston in a few weeks.
- FCCLA: Liberty students attended the FCCLA state leadership conference and STAR events competition. They took three outstanding students: Katelyn Yoder, Emma Benesek, and Audrie Chambers, who competed in a "Food Innovations" category.
Their project included creating an original recipe, hosting focus groups, refining product, calculating nutrition value, producing packaging prototypes, and calculating profit margins in addition to creating a presentation board and a 10-minute speech for judges. The girls competed against 18 other teams in the state of Missouri and earned "TOP GOLD" which means they got the highest score out of all 18 teams and are advancing to the national competition held in Anaheim, California this summer. These young women won a trophy, certificates, and should they choose to use it, a $16,000 scholarship each, to Sullivan University in Louisville, Kentucky.
- ESSAY FINALISTS: Three of our students are among the 12 finalists in our 2019 Youth Tour Contest. The students selected are Rebecca Falgout, Megan Kruse, and Tian Heinle. The Youth Tour Final Competition & Awards Banquet will be held Wednesday, April 10 in the Community Room at the Cuivre River Electric Cooperative Branch Office in Lake Saint Louis.
- FILM FESTIVAL: We are excited to inform you that the following students from LHS won their category with their submission to the 2019 WSD Film Festival.
Britney Thai- “Mind and Heart Over Wealth”
Ianne Salvosa- “Speaking Silver”
Alex Alhult - “Basketball”
Braden McMakin - “Stained in Red”
Please congratulate these students if you see them. Go Eagles!
IMPORTANT MESSAGES FOR CURRENT 11TH GRADE STUDENTS
Junior Parents and Students,
Parking Applications Due Date has been extended to April 5th! Please turn in your application to save a spot even if you won't have your license or car unitl SLAMM Day. As long as you will be a driver by the start of your senior year we want to reserve a spot for you now.
Questions please contact Matthew Kiesel firstname.lastname@example.org
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