Dear Liberty Students and Families,
On behalf of the entire Liberty staff, we want you to know that we are excited to get this school year started. We have a few updates regarding Phase 2 for you to review.
Phase 2 Schedule
After reviewing our initial plans at Level 2, we have made an adjustment that we feel will best serve our students during this time and we wanted to make you aware of that change. In Level 2, our blended learning model, students in high school will utilize a traditional bell schedule during their in-person learning days (AA: Mondays and Tuesdays; BB: Thursdays and Fridays). On Wednesdays, when students are all learning virtually from home, we will utilize a block schedule. In a block schedule, students will attend half of their classes in a day. We feel it is best for students to use a traditional bell schedule during their in-person learning days because it allows teachers to work in-person with students each day they are in school. We feel it is best to utilize a block schedule on Wednesdays because it allows students more flexibility to complete on-going assignments and learning activities, while also providing time with teachers in a virtual setting. Please note this is a change from what was originally communicated in our Level 2 Roadmap to Reopening Plan. The schedule is linked below. The portal is open for students to view their schedule. The hybrid model divides the student body in half with the following breakdown.
Students Last Name (A-L) are assigned the AA Schedule
Students Last Name (M-Z) are assigned the BB Schedule
All students, staff, and guests will be required to wear a mask in the building. The building will also be implementing social distancing guidelines in the classroom and common areas to adhere to district guidelines.
Finally, we would like you all to know that the Liberty Family is here for you all. Please let us know if you need any help. We know this is quite an adjustment for everyone and their families. Take care of yourself and your loved ones. Eagle Pride, Eagle Family!
WSD Grade Reporting Update
We are excited to share a change in our grade reporting practices for the 2020-21 school year. This year, we will be shifting from four quarters of learning to two semesters of learning. In considering what is best for our students, we feel this shift in reporting practices is necessary for the following reasons:
Official transcripts include only a semester grade making the reporting of a quarter grade unnecessary.
We strive to produce college-ready students and this grading practice is in line with most colleges around the nation.
By eliminating quarters, students have all semester to improve their grades.
As a result of this shift, students will receive report cards at the end of each semester rather than at the end of each quarter. Weekly grade updates will continue to be provided and a mid-semester update will also be provided.
Portal is OPEN
- RUP (Responsible Use Policy) & Chromebook Insurance Forms: Forms are ONLINE this year. Parents will have the opportunity to read through the policies and accept the terms, before entering portal. Students will not have Chromebook internet permissions until a parent has accepted the terms.
- Chromebook Insurance will be purchased online and payment will be due within the first two weeks of school for $20 (please bring payment to the main office).
- How to Use Parent Portal
- How to Update Parent Contact Information on Portal
Students please come to school on the first day with your Chromebook fully charged.
New Students will receive a Chromebook on their first day.
During Level 2 student parking will be open parking (no assigned spot). During the first two weeks of school, parking applications will be sent via email and payment will be collected at lunches.
When we move to a Level 1 students will be assigned specific spots with Seniors getting front lot priority.
Questions? Contact Dr. Kiesel at email@example.com
Free & Reduced Lunch Information
Please fill out each section of the application, we only need one application per household. You can return the application by one of the following methods:
- Return to your child's school
- Scan and e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Fax to 636-327-3961
- Mail to: Child Nutrition Services, 101 Support Services Drive, Wentzville, MO 63385
If you have questions or need assistance filling out the application please call the Child Nutrition office at 636-327-3858 ext. 21330.
FAQ - Level Two
We invite you to join us for a round of golf at WingHaven Country Club on Monday, September 28th, 2020. All proceeds will go to Liberty High School's Booster Club which funds student activity needs beyond what the school is able to provide.
Virtual Open House
We understand and appreciate how much our students and staff look forward to back to school events like Open House. This opportunity to connect is important for so many reasons. Given that the District will be reopening at Level 2, this event will now all be done virtually in an effort to keep students, staff, and families safe and healthy. Please be assured, our caring and creative staff will make every effort to make these virtual connections meaningful and impactful for our students. Details about our Virtual Open House will be shared in the coming weeks.
In order to appear in the senior portrait section in the yearbook, you must have your photo taken by Trotter.
Class of 2021 – Trotter Photo is your school photographer & it is time to schedule your senior session!
- Visit www.trotterphoto.com/schools to select your school
- Then, select “SCHEDULE SENIOR PORTRAITS”
- Choose between:
- “Yearbook/Cap ‘n Gown” (free) 10-minute session
- “Creative Session” for 60 MINUTES OF FUN CREATIVE POSING – includes 2-3 outfit changes & props; This also includes your yearbook and cap ‘n gown photo session.
- Book a date & enter contact information
- Complete payment checkout, if applicable (for creative session only, $75)
- Email confirmation is sent upon booking completion.