LHS Update

March 13th, 2018

Liberty Team Wins District Book Battle

On March 7, 2018, seven of Liberty's super readers represented our school in the district Battle of the Books competition. This trivia-style competition pits students from all three district high schools against one another to determine who is the most knowledgeable about this year's Gateway Award Nominated books. Liberty seniors Alisha Grant, Madison McGuire, and Arianna Amann returned for the third year in a row, hungry for their first victory. With the help of Melana Quarles, Ashley Arbesman, Dessa Outman, and Emma Bensek, the LHS team rocketed to victory, scoring a whopping 3050 points to Holt's 2550 and Timberland's 2400. We are so proud of these ladies!

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Congratulations to our Vocal Music Department!

On March 3rd, Liberty participated in 11 events at the District-level Solo and Ensemble. The following students received an exemplary 1 rating and will progress to State Solo and Ensemble on April 27th, 2018:


Jana Bowman, Vocal Solo

Kaitlyn Sander, Vocal Solo

Wesley Nichols, Vocal Solo


Jana Bowman, SSAA Double Quartet

Hannah McCrary, SSAA Double Quartet

Kaitlyn Sander, SSAA Double Quartet

Emily Gann, SSAA Double Quartet

Paxton Linnemeyer, SSAA Double Quartet

Sarah Stafford, SSAA Double Quartet

Abigail Hankins, SSAA Double Quartet

Julia Wolz, SSAA Double Quartet


In addition, our Treble Select Choir brought home their first ever Exemplary 1 rating!

Congratulations to all of our talented students!

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Key Club's District Leadership Conference Results

Liberty High School Key Club attended their District Leadership Conference in Springfield, MO March 8-10. Students participated in leadership training, service forums, and participated in the MO-ARK all club Service Project, which provided over 160 blankets and a donation over $1000 to the Linus Project to provide comfort blankets to children in need.

Our club won second place in the Gold level for their Single Service Project: Talent Show/Baby Peggs Fundraiser.


  • Jana Bowman was recognized as LHS's member of the year for her dedication and leadership in preparing the Holiday Parade Float, Talent Show organization, and overall positive enthusiasm for club service!
  • Maya Schnable won second place in the oratory contest.
  • Mikayla Bowman performed American Sign Language to music as the opening act of the Talent Show.
  • Aminhan Lobster was appointed to Division 5 as Lt. Governor which means she will represent the schools in our division in the MOARK district.
  • Colin Stuerman represented the club in the poster contest.
  • Jennifer Deters, Danielle Kunz, and Greta Rompel represented the club in the Major Emphasis Award contest to showcase our work with The Eliminate Project during the Trick or Treat for Unicef - our club raised $1028 in the fight against neonatal and maternal tetanus - a committee chaired by Christian Tebeau.
  • Emma Ingle & Jana Bowman represented our club in the traditional scrapbook contest.

Congratulations and thank you Key Club for all of your hard work serving others!

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Congratulations to our Liberty Belles for placing at the Missouri Dance Team Association (MDTA) State Competition held at the Family Arena in St. Charles, MO on Saturday, February 24th. The Liberty Belles earned 1st place with their “Jazz” routine, 4th place with their “Pom” routine, and 4th place overall in Division 3.

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Spring Concessions

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Summer Camp

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Lewis & Clark SkillsUSA District Competition

Liberty students will join 60 others from Lewis & Clark Career Center who will compete at the SkillsUSA Missouri State Leadership and Skills Conference in Linn, Missouri from April 5-7. During the month of February, 178 Lewis & Clark students (42% of student body) competed in district-level competitions. Students competed in a variety of technical, hands-on, written, and oral competitions that related directly to their program of study at Lewis & Clark.


SkillsUSA describes their organization as a “partnership of students, teachers, and industry working together to ensure America has a skilled workforce. We provide

educational programs, events, and competitions that support career and technical

education (CTE) in the nation’s classrooms.” Specific information on each competition area can be found at SkillsUSA.org.


Liberty's Winners (all earned State Competitor level status):


  • 1st Place: Molly Smart - Collision Repair Tech Info
  • 1st Place: Zachary Schwartz - Masonry Tech Info
  • 3rd Place: Austin Leavitt - Quiz Bowl
  • Kaylee Rowland - Chapter Business
  • Molly Smart - Chapter Business



The Lewis & Clark Career Center provides career and technical education for St.

Charles County juniors and seniors from all five school districts in St. Charles County.

For more information, visit lewisclarkcc.org.