Message from the Principal

  Dear Liberty Families,

Fall is in the air and we are busy here at Liberty.  Thank you to all the parents and guardians that participated in our “Back to School Night.”  I hope you found the evening to be informative.

I would like to review our Arrival and Dismissal procedures so that all our students are safe each day. 

ARRIVAL: We begin to welcome students starting at 8:15 as that is when supervision begins.  Your child should remain with you until that time especially as the weather is beginning to turn colder.  When dropping off your child, please pull all the way up to the curb and have your child exit on the sidewalk.  Your child should be ready to exit so that the car line can keep moving. Parking is discouraged when possible.  The students then have their temperature taken and proceed to Morning Program.  At 8:50, our instructional day begins.  If your child arrives after that time, they will have to get a late pass at the office.

If your child is absent, please call our nurse, Mrs. Fredericks at 353-7250. You can leave a voicemail if that is convenient.  If we don’t hear from you, we will call to check on your child.

DISMISSAL:  As you can see, our end of the day is a busy time.  Safety is our #1 priority.  We begin our end of the day announcements and then we are dismissing our students.

If your child is a walker, you should meet them by the flagpole.  You also should have walked onto the property to avoid too many vehicles.  When you pick up your child, please proceed home.  If your child is a car rider, please give your child’s name to our staff member and your child will be called to come outside to the sidewalk.  Again, please pull all the way up to the curb and have your child enter the car on the sidewalk side.  It is not necessary to park and get out of the car as this will help keep the car line moving in a timely manner.  Also, please be good to our neighbors and not block driveways or the cul-de-sac next door.  If you are changing your child’s dismissal procedure, please put a note in their folder.  Please do not send an email or voicemail for this purpose.  Try to call the office in emergencies only if possible. Thank you for all your help and patience as we work together to ensure all students are safe during arrival and dismissal. 

Our first PTA meeting will be on Monday, October 18 at 6:30pm.  It will be a Zoom meeting and more information will follow with the link.  Please join us so that we can work together to support our students.

On Wednesday, October 20, we will have Picture Day.  Your child will be bringing home the envelope will all the information.  


*************NO SCHOOL ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 11******************

Our students do not wear Halloween costumes to school.  However, our PTA is sponsoring a “Trunk or Treat” on Thursday, October 28 at 5:30.  Please join us and a flyer will be sent home with all the details soon.

Thank you for your continued support in making Liberty a learning environment where all children can be successful.

Sincerely yours,

Mrs. Ellen M. Rechenberger


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