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Liberty High School News - October 11,2017
All requests for dismissal changes should be made before 2:30pm every school day (2:05pm on early release Wednesday) by calling the Attendance office at 816.736.7050 Thank you for helping us with clear communication and student safety.
PowerSchool Questions?
If you have specific questions about your child's schedule, attendance, and progress in class, please be sure to take a look at our LHS 101: PowerSchool, offered in the third edition of this newsletter .
2017 Parent Teacher Conferences
Parent Teacher Conferences :
  • Mark your Calendars: Fall Parent-Teacher conferences will take place Monday, October 16th and Tuesday, October 17th from 4 - 8 pm.
  • Parents will need to schedule times to meet with teachers using a scheduling tool: MyConferenceTime. A ParentLink email was sent on October 2nd, explaining how to schedule times with your child's teachers.
  • Please be sure to access PowerSchool and check your student's schedule and progress before scheduling.
  • PreACT Score Report parent information sessions will be held at 5:30pm & 7:00pm during the evenings of parent-teacher conferences; these sessions will provide information and understanding of the score report, to parents of 9th & 10th graders.
  • Thursday, October 19th is a 2-Hour Early Release (1:15 p.m.)
  • Friday, October 20th, Schools Closed
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR
2017 HOMECOMING KING AND QUEEN,
AMOS MWAURA & MOLLY DAY!
GLOW & G O C A M O
Friday night, October 13th
LHS vs LSN
Download the QRaider app before the game to be a part of the halftime Light Show!
LED bracelets for the first 300 students in the
Blue Jay Student Section
Glow Cotton Candy available for purchase
at the game!
IMPORTANT OPPORTUNITY FOR ALL LPS PARENTS/GUARDIANS WHO HAVE STUDENTS AT
THE MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL LEVEL 
New research has shown a link between adverse childhood experiences, (or ACEs), and negative health outcomes in adulthood. The good news is that there are ways we can work together to support and build resilience in kids to combat these negative outcomes!      
 
Please join us for a dynamic film screening of  Resilience: The Biology of Stress and the Science of Hope  This limited release documentary examines the research and highlights what we can do about it. The film will be screened at the Liberty Community Center on October 26 at 6:30pm .  The film is approximately 1 hour in length, and a panel discussion that includes a "Question and Answer" period from attendees to the panel, will follow. The panel discussion is scheduled to last approximately 30 minutes.
Seating is limited, so please make your reservation today at -  libertyallianceforyouth@gmail.com

Raising Resilient Kids:
Parenting in the Digital Age
November 2, 2017
6:30 p.m.
$10.00
Register at http://bit.ly/2wBIOpe
Come learn about how technology impacts your child's behavior, mood and emotional health from nationally acclaimed pediatrician, Dr. Natasha Burgert. Develop boundaries for screen time in a dynamic session.
D i v e r s i t y   F e s t i v a l

Liberty Public District is proud to be hosting the 2nd Annual Diversity Festival celebrating many of the cultures and diversities that make up our community.

Admission is FREE! Come join us for appetizers, music, exhibits and activities for all ages.
Liberty High School Theatre Department presents Little Shop of Horrors  November 9, 10, 11, 16, 17, 18 at  7pm  in the LHS Little Theater. 
We will also offer a matinee on November 11 & 18 at  2pm . Tickets will be available to the public beginning Wednesday, October 18th at   ShowTix4U
*At Liberty High School, we create opportunities for all to pursue their potential and positively influence society.
*We are committed to Continuous Improvement
*We believe in Community, Learning, Empowerment, Accountability & Relationships

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