Liberty Academy Newsletter
March 18, 2015
Call for RANDOM WEIRD STUFF!
Plastic lids (think water or soda bottle lids, milk lids, peanut butter lids, any type of lid, the more unusual, the better)
Larger Plastic containers- cottage cheese, butter tubs
Scraps of yarn, cloth, lace, ribbon, etc
Toilet paper and paper towel tubes
Old magazines & newspaper
Beads, shells, buttons
Tin cans- any size, think cans of corn, chilli, fruit, etc
Please rinse the food containers, cans or lids before sending them in. Thanks so much for your support
Psychology Field Trip Next Week!
Also, there will be a silent online auction to support the Bowl-A-Thon--it is set to run April 6-10. More information on this soon!
Contact Mrs. Lawson at email@example.com with any questions about this fun event!
Want to take a practice ACT?
Where? Mid-Continent Public Library, 100 S. Platte Clay Way, Kearney, MO 64060
Sign Up: At the library, at the MCPL website (www.mymcpl.org), or at Kaplan's website: www.kaptest.com/class/AKKU150044
Results: E-mailed to you within two weeks!
What else? Please arrive by 1:45pm and bring two No. 2 pencils and a calculator. Cell phone use will not be permitted!
Summer School Enrollment Continues...
*Students can sign up for one or two classes. The morning class runs from 7:30am-11:10am and the afternoon class runs from 11:50am-3:30pm.
*Lunch is "on your own" from 11:10am-11:50am. Students are welcome to leave campus to eat or they may purchase snacks from a lunch kiosk (cash only).
*Attendance requirements are very strict. Students may miss only 2 days and will be dropped on the 3rd day absent.
All Summer School 2015 information and a sign up sheet can be found on Mrs. Streu's website: la.liberty.k12.mo.us/Streu
Free Prom Dresses THIS WEEK
Boutique location: Woods Chapel United Methodist Church, 4725 NE Lakewood Way, Lee's Summit, MO 64064 (816) 795-8848
Boutique Hours: 3/17 (3-7pm), 3/18 (3-7pm), 3/19 (3-7pm), 3/20 (3-7pm), and 3/21 (9am-2pm).
Sign up for Driver's Ed!
All parents want their students to learn the safe and correct skills for operating a vehicle. The Liberty Public Schools Driver’s Education Program is the answer. This program is offered during the summer months each year, starting about the same time as the summer school program. Students receive instruction from state certified, professional instructors, both in the classroom and behind the wheel.
Registration for this program is currently taking place and can be done so by clicking here! Students who are 15 years of age or older by June 3, 2015 are eligible to participate in driver’s education. Students will be accepted on a first come, first served basis. Sign up today as space is limited!
For more information on the LPS Driver’s Education Program, click here.