Liberty Academy Newsletter

February 28, 2020

Safe and Drug-Free Schools Survey

The Missouri Student Survey (also known as the Safe and Drug- Free Schools Survey), has been administered to LPS students at the secondary level every other year since 2000. This year Liberty Public Schools will again participate in this survey. Students are not asked to identify themselves and no individual student responses are reported or maintained. Survey results are not reported to or maintained by the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.

This survey is a valuable tool to learn more about students’ tobacco, drug, and alcohol use, as well as bullying, mental health, and other information. The results are important to our district as we plan prevention activities and provide information necessary for local grant applications.

Liberty Academy will administer this survey in March. If you have any questions, please let Mrs. Norris know.

STEM College Fair

Search STEM (Science-Technology-Engineering-Math) programs and connect with college & industry reps in person to find a good college fit. Sunday, March 29, 2020, 1-4 PM at Union Station Kansas City - Grand Plaza. Register for the NACAC Fair HERE.

You're Invited! Parent-Teacher Conferences at Liberty Academy!

Spring Parent-Teacher Conferences will be held on

Monday, March 9th, 3:00 - 7:00 p.m.


Tuesday, March 10th, 3:00 - 7:00 p.m.

We hope you will join us!

Parent University at Liberty Public Schools

Please take note of the following Parent University dates and topics:

  • March 10th & 11th at LHS LMC, 6-7pm - Drug and Alcohol Use in Teens (LAFY) Held during Spring Conferences in the LMC, 6pm.
  • April 1st at LNHS, 6-7pm - Youth and Society: How to Understand what Influences Them
  • April 15th at LHS Little Theatre, 6-7pm - Wrestling Ghosts (Trauma & Teens)
  • May 11th at LNHS, 6-7pm - Human Trafficking

FREE prom dresses!!!

Woods Chapel United Methodist Church will offer free prom dresses and accessories at its Prom Boutique, March 4-7, in Lee’s Summit, Missouri. Boutique hours will be 3 to 7 p.m., March 4-6, and 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., March 7. Young ladies may take home one dress from 3,000 new or almost-new prom dresses from size 0 to size 32, plus, shoes, a purse and jewelry. Volunteers can make simple alterations on site if needed. The boutique has a limited selected of tuxedos, suits, dress shirts and shoes for the gentlemen as well.

For more information, visit, look for WCC Prom Boutique on Facebook or ask your counselor for more information.

Prep for the upcoming ACT test!

For juniors and seniors who are opting in to take the ACT in March. Want to get ready?

ACT test prep:

Other ACT prep resources:

Information on LPS ACT test prep program: