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Liberty's dedicated teachers constantly work to create a positive and supportive learning environment for all students. Liberty is committed to fostering a genuine love for learning in students and providing them with opportunities that challenge and inspire them to reach their full potential. 

Liberty offers an exceptional range of books to ignite a true passion for reading among young learners. Younger students eagerly anticipate participating in diverse activities each week, from engaging in creative art projects and exploring the world of music to staying active and healthy through physical education and STEAM rotations. In addition, older students can take advantage of exciting opportunities like student council, chorus, and strings.

S.T.A.R.S. and Second Step

At Liberty, we promote Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports (PBIS) through our STARS expectations: We are Safe, Trustworthy, Accountable, Respectful, and Supportive in all areas of our campus. 

Our staff strives to positively reinforce these expected behaviors which allow students to be successful in school. In addition, we are introducing a new Social Emotional Learning program this year called Second Step. This curriculum focuses on Growth Mindset & Goal Setting, Emotion Management, Empathy & Kindness, and Problem-Solving. 

Liberty strongly believes that homework is a valuable learning activity.  
Among its many benefits are:
  • Skill Development
  • The development of self-discipline, responsibility and wise use of time
  • The opportunity for parents to become involved in and aware of what their children are learning
  • Homework is considered practice and will count for study skills assessment on report cards

Communication between teachers and parents regarding homework is considered essential.  Parents should consult with individual teachers as to the expectations and how parents may help in this effort.
Homework, if requested on the attendance line before 10:00 a.m. may be picked up in the front office after 3:15 p.m. Students will be given time to make up work when they return from their absence.