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LIBERTY LETTER
May 26, 2015
 
Principal’s Message
 
Hello Liberty Families,
 
Our school is buzzing with the happiness as we near the end of the 2014-15 school year.  Teachers and students are celebrating the many successes from the year.  Ask your child about the most memorable parts of the school year and see what is shared.  There is much to celebrate!
 
We invite everyone in our community to an after school retirement reception for Mrs. Jennifer Dean and Mrs. Kathy Sheen.  Please join us in the Liberty multipurpose room this Thursday, May 28, 2015, at 3:30pm. We'll serve cookies and celebrate the outstanding careers of these talented teachers.
 
Our last day of school is next Wednesday, June 3, 2015.  Our school day will officially end at 12:55pm, and lunch is not served that day.  There will be no school that day for our afternoon kindergarten students.  Students who attend our morning kindergarten session with Mrs. Sorensen will be dismissed at 10:55 a.m.  Bus # 5 will transport our students. 
 
Our Be Here, Be on Time winners last week were Levin Addison and Kylee Fowlks.  Thanks for your amazing attendance!  Of course, also we had PAWSome ticket winners who each got a token for our Treasure Tower.  Congratulations to Jenny Ngo, Lucy Vuyk, Caryss Waite, Braden Davis, AnneMarie Foote, Jayden Racine, Kaylee Allen, Allie Brady, Emma Eisert, Abby Curtis, Aliya Brown, & Morgan Monson.
Have a great week,
 
 
Mrs. Natalie Stouffer
Principal, Liberty Elementary
 
 

Student Council
May’s Traveling Leopard Award will go to the class with the most class PAWSome tickets.  Work with your classmates to show PAWSome behavior. Good luck! Student Council members will wear their uniform on Wednesday and play fun games with the younger grades. Our chocolate sale is on Friday, and you can buy a chocolate bar for $1.00 at the end of the day.
 
PTA
Our family Movie Night and Art Show is this Friday night.  We will be watching Big Hero 6. On Field Day, we ask that students wear water shoes rather than socks & tennis shoes as there are a lot of water activities.  Please cash any checks you have from the PTA by June 10, 2015.
 
Calendar Items
May     28      Retirement Open House for Mrs. Dean and Mrs. Sheen @ 3:30pm in multipurpose
                    room

          29       Family Movie Night & Art Show
June     1         Sixth Grade Dance and Honorarium
             2        Yearbook signing
                   Softball Game/Candy Sale
                       Last day of school for afternoon kindergarten with Mrs. Benware
          3        Awards Assembly @ 9:00am
                  Field Day @ 10:10am
                  Last Day of School-Dismissal @ 12:55pm
                 Morning kindergarten dismisses at 10:55am, no afternoon kindergarten session
                                                            
 
 
 
LIBERTY LETTER
May 4, 2015
 
Principal’s Message
 
Hello Liberty Families,
 
This is Teacher Appreciation Week and we want to spoil our teachers rotten. The PTA has worked hard on our theme of “Liberty Teachers: Building Great Minds,” and we would all love your support and participation in recognizing our talented teachers.  During the week we will have the following activities that your child can take part in:
  1. Monday: Help decorate the teachers’ doors
  2. Wednesday: Wear Construction Colors--Orange, Black, White
  3. Friday: Bring a note or a treat for your teachers. *On the back of the Liberty Letter you will find a list of each teacher’s favorite things. J
 
This is the perfect time to announce that Mrs. MaryAnn Birch is Liberty’s Teacher of the Year Nominee for Murray School District. Mrs. Birch takes the time to get to know each of her students and help them as individuals, she thoroughly plans for success very day, she has a calm and engaging classroom, and her sense of humor is delightful.  Way to go Mrs. Birch!
 
Our end of the year SAGE testing for third through sixth graders begins next Monday, May 11th.  We really need your help to make sure our students get lots of rest, show up for school every day on time, and have full bellies.  If you are able to send a small box of goldfish crackers, fruit snacks, capri-suns, granola bars, etc for your child’s class to enjoy as a pre-test snack, we would be so grateful.  
 
Our Be Here, Be on Time winners last week were Zoe Johnson and Kaidynce Snow.  Thanks for your fabulous attendance!  Zoe and Kaidynce got to choose a $10 gift card. Of course, also we had PAWSome ticket winners who each got a token for our Treasure Tower.  Congratulations to: Angel Perez, Caden McNeal, Abby Lutz, Lily Johnson, Devrie Dance, Madelyn Oswald, Tessa Carroll, Brooke McCready, Ben Martinez, Angie Newey, Colton Winger, Safiya Ashworth, Raegan Winn, & Damien Harney.
Sincerely,
 
 
Mrs. Natalie Stouffer
Principal, Liberty Elementary
 
 

Student Council
Mrs. Birch’s class is the winner of April’s Traveling Leopard Award.  Her class will get to have the giant leopard in their classroom all month long.  May’s Traveling Leopard Award will go to the class with the most class PAWSome tickets.  Work with your classmates to show PAWSome behavior. Good luck! Student Council members will wear their uniform on Wednesday and play fun games with the younger grades. Our chocolate sale is on Friday, and you can buy a chocolate bar for $1.00 at the end of the day.
 
PTA
This week we are selling flowers during first recess each day. It is the perfect time to get a few of your teachers some beautiful flowers to let them know how much you love them during Teacher Appreciation Week. We will also sell flowers after school hours on Friday, so that you can get all the Moms in your life some flowers for Mother's Day.  We will have 3 options:  $3- rose bundle, $2- daisy bundle, $1- carnation.  We are sending a HUGE thank you to DAHLIAS FLOWERS for providing the beautiful flowers for our fundraiser!!
 
 
Calendar Items
May     4-8     Teacher Appreciation Week
                          Flower Fundraiser *You can buy fresh flowers for $1, $2, or $3*
          1 1-29    SAGE Testing for grades 3-6
          21       School BBQ at lunch
          22       Fun Run
          25       Memorial Day-NO SCHOOL
          29       Family Movie Night
June    3        Last Day of School-Dismissal at 12:55pm
                                                            
Teacher Favorites
Teacher Drink Treat Restaurant School Supply
Mrs. Benware Simply Lemonade Chocolate Covered Caramels Marelias Small/Thin white board markers
Mrs. McIntosh Pink Lemonade Fruit or chocolate Zupas Glue sticks
Mrs. Sorensen Cranberry juice, Starbucks Coffee, and San Pelligrino limonata Chocolate covered raisins, snap peas, raspberries Kneaders, Indian Food Brown lunch sacks, plastic pennies, glue sticks
Mrs. Maxfield Coke Chocolate and Bagels Noodles & Co. and Chick-fil-a Expo dry erase markers and glue sticks
Mrs. Vuyk Diet Coke Reese's, Twix and cookies Café Rio White board markers, glue sticks and post-its
Mrs. Birch Coke Anything milk chocolate Tuscany or Noodles Glue sticks, ruled post-its and sharpened pencils
Mrs. Flower Diet Coke Kitkat, twix and anything chocolate Chili's Glue sticks and Kleenex
Mrs. Sheen Water Hersey with Almonds, baby ruth or yellow laffy taffy California Pizza Kitchen Clorox Wipes, pencils, glue sticks and tissue box
Mrs. Dean Blue G2 gatorade any kind of m&m's Café Rio Pencils
Mrs. Parry Water York Peppermint Patties and Reeses pieces Noodles & Co. and Café Rio Glue sticks, dry erase markers
Mr. Okumura Cherry Coke Peanut clusters Hires Kleenex and pencils
Mrs. Wilkins Pink or regular lemonade Soft chocolate chunk cookies Red Robin Wipes, tissues and pencils
Mrs. Ferrero Diet Dr. Pepper Fruit Café Rio expo dry erase markers
Miss. Routh Coffee, Diet coke York Patties and trail mix anything mexican Tissues, clorox wipes and pencils
Mrs. Benedum Diet Drinks Soft Cheetos Any steak restaurant White board markers
Mrs. Mahoskey Iced tea Sprouts chocolate covered pistachios Cheesecake Factory and Hoppers Expo markers
Mrs. Venturino Beans & Brews iced mocha Chocolate anything Olive Garden Cardstock (any color)
Mrs. Lightfoot Water Oranges California Pizza Kitchen Sharpies
Mrs. Stouffer Starbucks non-fat chai latte Dark chocolate and fruit Zupas nothing
Mrs. DePasquale Diet Coke Breads Oh Mai Clorox wipes
Mrs. Arnold Ice Tea Peanut butter crackers Jason's Deli Board games
Mrs. Zullo Diet Coke Chocolate Cheesecake Factory and IHOP Fimo soft clay (not black or white)
 
 
 
 
LIBERTY LETTER
April 27, 2015
 
 
Principal’s Message
 
Hello Liberty Families,
 
Our cookie dough will be delivered this Thursday, April 30 sometime after 9:30am.  Because it is perishable, you will need to make arrangements for how your child will get the cookie dough home or who will pick up your child’s order after school on April 30.  Thank you again for supporting our school.

Our fifth grade DARE Graduation is this Thursday, April
30th, at 2:00pm in the gym.  We invite the families of all our fifth grade students to attend. 


This will be the last week for the Take Home Library. Our amazing volunteers will collect books and put them away and not send any more new books home. After this week, Mrs. Lightfoot will take over and put away any remaining books that trickle in. We appreciate your help getting the books back to Liberty. 


 
Our Be Here, Be on Time winners last week were Kylee Fowlks and Terek Faulhaber. Each student got to choose a $10 gift card. Also, we had PAWSome ticket winners who each got a token for our Treasure Tower.  Congratulations to: Jase Kleinman, Levin Addison, Jaycie Johanson, Deja Cruz, Adeline McGowan, Tyler McNeal, Drew Carpenter, Halle Jensen, Abby Gourdie, Ember Steele, Taylor Cooke, and Justin Barlow. We are proud of our students.
Please remember that all student lunch accounts need to have money in them for the rest of the year and all outstanding money will be collected.  Your student will no longer be able to go into the “negative” with his or her lunch account. You can pay for school meals online by visiting www.murrayschools.org and clicking on the PaySchools icon. 

Sincerely, 
Mrs. Natalie Stouffer
Principal, Liberty Elementary

Student Council
April’s Traveling Leopard Award will go to the class with the best behavior in computers. Good luck! Student Council members will wear their uniform on Wednesday and play fun games with the younger grades. Our chocolate sale is on Friday, and you can buy a chocolate bar for $1.00 at the end of the day.
 
Calendar Items
April    29       Family Feast Night at California Pizza Kitchen
             30       Cookie dough deliveryplease make arrangements to pick it up
May     4-8     Teacher Appreciation Week
                        Flower Fundraiser *You can buy fresh flowers for $1, $2, or $3*
             22       Fun Run
 
 
 
LIBERTY LETTER
April 20, 2015
 
 
Principal’s Message
 
 
Hello Liberty Families,
 
Our cookie dough will be delivered on Thursday, April 30 sometime after 9:30am.  We will have the cookie dough ready to go home at the end of school on this day, so please make arrangements to help your child get it home especially if you had a large order.  Thank you for your support and help.
 
Our Be Here, Be on Time winners were Payton Cassidy and Zoe Johnson. Each student got to choose a gift card. Way to go!  Also, we had PAWSome ticket winners who each got a token for our Treasure tower.  Congratulations to: Paisely Fowlkes, Jesse Stock, Abby Rose, Dylan Foote, Sophie Loveless, Mia Christensen, AnnMarie Foote, Jet Slater, Zachary Burnham, Jack Shenefelt, Garrett Heaton, Esperanza Ceja, Taylor Cooke, and G T Paice.
Last week, two of our amazing people from Liberty received awards from the PTA.  Mr. Thayn Burnett was awarded Volunteer of the Year and Mrs. Karen Peterson was awarded Employee of the Year.  We are extremely lucky to have such wonderful people at Liberty and thank them for all they do!
 
Sincerely, 
Mrs. Natalie Stouffer
Principal, Liberty Elementary
 

Student Council
April’s Traveling Leopard Award will go to the class with the best behavior in computers. Good luck.  Student Council members will wear their uniform on Wednesday and play fun games with the younger grades. Our chocolate sale is on Friday, and you can buy a chocolate bar for $1.00 at the end of the day.
 
PTA
Our Family Reading Night is April 21st from 6:00-7:00pm. You will get to meet local authors Mikey Brooks and Alex Banks and we will have prize drawings for signed copies of their books.  Come dressed as your favorite literary character and ready for lots of fun, treats, and more!
 
Calendar Items
April    21       Family Reading Night
            29       Family Feast Night at California Pizza Kitchen
            30       Cookie dough deliveryplease make arrangements to pick it up
May   4-8     Teacher Appreciation Week
                       Flower Fundraiser *You can buy fresh flowers for $1, $2, or $3*
          22       Fun Run
 
 

 

LIBERTY LETTER

April 13, 2015

Principal’s Message

Hello Liberty Families,

Many of you are curious about our Cookie Dough Fundraiser. The cookie dough will be delivered on Thursday, April 30. Because it is perishable, you will need to make arrangements for how your child will get the cookie dough home or who will pick up your child’s order on April 30th. Thank you again for supporting our school.

Our kindergarten orientation is this Wednesday, April 15, at 3:30pm in our school gym. We cannot wait to see you there! Please remember that your child’s original birth certificate, original immunization card, and proof of residency must be presented at the time of orientation on April 15. Having your calendar available will be helpful, as you will be signing up for the pre-assessment every kindergarten student will take during the first week of August.

I wanted to be sure to remind you that Class Placement Request forms may be picked up in the office by parents/guardians, and they will be accepted up until the close of school on Thursday, April 30, 2015. Detailed information was included in last week’s Liberty Letter and is on the front side of the request form. If you have any questions regarding this process, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Mrs. Arnold would like to recognize the following classes for earning the B# Award in March: Mrs. Benedum, Miss Routh, Mrs. Ferrero, Mrs. Wilkins, Mrs. Vuyk. Thank you for great BEE-havior and BEE-utiful music.

Our Be Here, Be on Time winners were Grace Harvey and Weston Lantz. Each student got to choose a gift card. Way to go! We also had 81 students with perfect attendance for our third term of school. They will each receive a reward this week.

Also, we had PAWSome ticket winners who each got a token for our Treasure tower. Congratulations to: Derek Canova, Jenny Ngo, Lily Johnson, Emma McCready, Madi Steele, Elsie DeMann, Carson Huff, Halle Jensen, Ben Martinez, Molly Mann, Jacob Carpenter, Ryker Pulsipher, Conway Christensen, Roberto Sandoval.

This month, our Bucket Filler trait is Citizenship. We are reminding all of our students to show citizenship by:

*Doing things the right way the first time you are asked.

*Not asking for rewards: do the right thing because it’s the right thing.

*Being quick, quiet, and orderly during transition times.

*If you see friends in the hallway, wave to them but do not call out.

*Being responsible for your trash and not being wasteful.

*Standing up for what you believe.

Sincerely,

Mrs. Natalie Stouffer

Principal, Liberty Elementary

 

Student Council

April’s Traveling Leopard Award will go to the class with the best behavior in computers. Good luck. Student Council members will wear their uniform on Wednesday and play fun games with the younger grades. Our chocolate sale is on Thursday, and you can buy a chocolate bar for $1.00 at the end of the day.

PTA

Our Family Reading Night is April 21st from 6:00-7:00pm. You will get to meet local authors Mikey Brooks and Alex Banks and we will have prize drawings for signed copies of their books. Come dressed as your favorite literary character and ready for lots of fun, treats, and more!

Calendar Items

April 14 Spirit Day-Wear Purple for Citizenship

        15 Sixth grade promotion pictures

              Kindergarten Orientation @ 3:15pm in the gym

        17 No school for students

        21 Family Reading Night

        29 Family Feast Night at California Pizza Kitchen

        30 Cookie dough deliveryplease make arrangements to pick it up

May 4-8 Teacher Appreciation Week

               Flower Fundraiser *You can buy fresh flowers for $1, $2, or $3*

        22 Fun Run

 
LIBERTY LETTER
April 6, 2015
Principal’s Message
 
Hello Liberty Families,
 
We will soon begin the process of assigning students to classes for the 2015 - 2016 school year. The month of April has been set aside by the Murray School District as the designated time frame for student placement requests to be made.  We believe that making the best possible match of students and teacher is very important to ensuring that every student has a successful and happy school experience.
 
A considerable amount of time and thought goes into the class placement process. Each grade level team of teachers meets with the principal to create the new class lists. In creating well-balanced classes many factors are considered. These include general ability levels, behavior and social skills, gender, special needs (such as accommodations for disabilities), and balanced class sizes at each grade level.
 
Additionally, we look carefully at teaching style, classroom management style, classroom structure, and each teacher’s personality.  We clearly understand that a child’s parent/guardian knows the child best. Your insight and perspective are often very enlightening and helpful as we work through the class placement process. We also know that sometimes, due to prior experience or a child’s unique needs, the placement of a student with a particular teacher may not be a good match.  We will make every effort to reasonably accommodate a parent/guardian request for placement.  However, please understand that a request may be denied if we are unable to achieve balanced classrooms (e.g. ability levels, behavior, special needs, etc.). 
 
Class Placement Request forms may be picked up in the office by the parent/guardian starting Monday, April 6, 2015, and they will be accepted up until the close of school on Thursday, April 30, 2015. If you have any questions regarding this process, please contact me at school.
 
Our Be Here, Be on Time winners who each got to choose a gift card were: Kennali Burnett and Nevaeh Anderson. Way to go!!!  Also, we had a Bucket Filler assembly to recognize students who are FAIR. Congratulations to CC Ludlow, Gabriel Torres, Ryder Sager, Kennedee Ashworth, London Gregory, Bailey Done, Trevin Pulsipher, Leila McCloy, Giada Pasin, Avery Van Reimann, Sam Mackey, Boone Tabor, Izzy Mills, Chase Hunter, Taisley Riddle, Jesse Mitchell, Kayden Racine, Sabrina Roman, Elisia Cruz, Frank Lenhart, Molly Mann, Jack Shenefelt, Jared Flora, Emily Mackey, Memphis Horton, Rebecalynn Breinholt, Esperanza Ceja, Alysia Shaffer, Naliyah Rueckert, Brian Perez Garcia, Megan Giles, and Jacey Hillstead.
Sincerely,
 
Mrs. Natalie Stouffer
Principal, Liberty Elementary
 

Student Council
There was a TIE for The Traveling Leopard Award winner in March.  Mrs. Ferrero’s and Ms. Routh’s class both had the best behavior in music class.  Congratulations 5th grade! April’s award will go to the class with the best behavior in computers. Good luck. Our chocolate sale is on Friday, and you can buy a chocolate bar for $1.00 at the end of the day. There is a Student Council meeting on Wednesday, April 8, from 3:15-3:45pm. Student Council members will wear their uniform on Wednesday and play fun games with the younger grades.
 
PTA
Welcome back from spring break!!! This Wednesday, April 8, is our PTA meeting @ 8:50 am. We will be voting on next year's board. We still have a few spots open on the board so please come give us your votes and let us know if you or anyone you know want to help out on the board next year!!
 
Calendar Items
April    8        Spirit Day & PTA Meeting @ 8:50am in Perspectives Room
          14       Spirit Day-Wear Purple for Citizenship
          15       Sixth grade promotion pictures
                    Kindergarten Orientation @ 3:15pm in the gym
          17       No school for students
          21       Family Reading Night
          29       Family Feast Night at California Pizza Kitchen

 

LIBERTY LETTER

March 23, 2015

Principal’s Message

Hello Liberty Families,

We are very appreciative that our PTA brought Hank Smith to our school last Friday. He delivered important messages about Internet safety, cyber bullying, and the impact of social media. He reminded students to be kind to one another, to think before they act, and that "bullying is for chickens!" Ask your 5th or 6th grader about crushing chips to see if they remember an important part of the assembly.

Thank you for the outstanding support for our Cookie Dough Fundraiser. We raised around $5,000 for our classroom supplies at Liberty. Impressive!

We need to recognize students from the past two weeks for our PAWSome ticket drawing and for our Be Here, Be On Time attendance drawing. Congratulations to the following students for earning PAWSome tickets and winning: Ryder Sager, Quentin Race, Elle May, Deja Cruz, Sophie Loveless, Lucas Campbell, Kyrra Wentland, Caden Peterson, Ben Martinez, Jack Shenfelt, Kaleb Henrickson, Hailey Mulvey, Bong Chapman, Ethan Strickland,

Our Be Here, Be on Time winners who each got to choose a gift card were: Safiya Ashworth and Annemarie Foote. Way to go!!!

Sincerely,

Mrs. Natalie Stouffer

Principal, Liberty Elementary

Student Council

Our Chocolate sale is on Friday at the end of the day, and each delicious bar is just $1.00. Student Council will wear uniforms on Wednesday and play games with the younger grades at first recess. Finally, the Traveling Leopard goal for March is the class with the most B-Sharp awards in music. Good luck!

PTA

We hope you will put on your Liberty spirit wear and join us on Tuesday, March 24, 2015 for Family Skate Night. There is free admission and skate rental for Liberty guests from 5:00-8:30pm at Classic Fun Center (9151 S. 255 W.) Bring your family friends, neighbors, and anyone else who wants to come! This is a not a fundraiser, and we do not receive a profit. This is an event we hold for YOU, so our Liberty families can come together and have fun.

We also have Family Feast Night this month. Please join us on March 25th at Panda Express located at 5888 State Street. You can bring your flier and eat from 5:30 - 7:30pm, and we get 20% of the profits. The flier will come home later this week.

Calendar Items

March                24 Spirit Day: Wear your Liberty attire and colors

                               Family Skate Night @ 6:00-8:00pm at Classic Fun Center

                         25 Family Feast Night @ 5:00-8:30pm at Panda Express

                         27 No School for StudentsSpring Break through April 5th

April                  6 School Resumes

LIBERTY LETTER
March 16, 2015
Principal’s Message
 
Hello Liberty Families,
 
Thank you very much for helping our school by participating in the Cookie Dough Fundraiser.  We have a few orders still trickling in, but we will share our final sales number with you all soon. 
 
Can you believe that our third term of the school year ends on March 26, 2015?  This is a great time to help your child complete missing assignments.  At the end of April, we begin our SAGE Summative testing for students in third through sixth grade. Classroom teachers are busy preparing lessons to help ensure the content your children need to learn is presented.  Having your children here on time every day is a critical part of helping them learn the material they need at each grade level.  We appreciate the things you do to support your children and to help them be successful. 
 
We need to recognize students from the past two weeks for our PAWSome ticket drawing and for our Be Here, Be On Time attendance drawing.  Congratulations to the following students for earning PAWSome tickets and winning the drawings: Trae LaRocco, Bailey Wilkerson, Pranelle Taylor Johnson, Cassell Lindquist, Gabriel Perez, Chase Hunter, Anne Marie Foote, Carson Huff, Ben Martinez, Jack Jensen, Jaden Tran, Alexis Archuletta, Aiden McKeee, GT Paice, Jenny Ngo, Emery Peterson, Leila McCloy, Caryss Waite, Max Steele, Layla Bullock, Chase Fleming, Roman Anderson, Tiauna Tayborn, Oscar Contreras, Kennali Burnett, Esperanza Ceja, Makenzie Dyson, and Conway Christensen. Our Be Here, Be on Time winners who each got to choose a gift card were:  Mikey Porter, Brielle Schwendimann, Ben Porter, and Cody Kennedy.  Way to go!!!

We are still taking input from our families and community about the option of holding two morning sessions of kindergarten next year instead of one morning and one afternoon session.
  Please feel free to share your input at our next SCC Meeting, via email (nstouffer@murrayschools.org), or in writing via a note with your child.  Some of the benefits to having both half day sessions in the morning, are:
  • we can have more consistency with running interventions for students in need
  • all kindergarten students can attend school-wide assemblies which will be held in the mornings as
    frequently as possible
  • our kindergarten teachers can plan collaboratively and offer combined services for students
  • parents do not have to rearrange daycare & transportation on early release days (afternoon students
    were asked to come in the morning)

 
Sincerely,
 
Mrs. Natalie Stouffer
Principal, Liberty Elementary
 

Student Council
Our Chocolate sale is on Friday at the end of the day, and each delicious bar is just $1.00.  Student Council will wear uniforms on Wednesday and play games with the younger grades at first recess.  Finally, the Traveling Leopard goal for March is the class with the most B-Sharp awards in music. Good luck!
 
PTA
We hope you will join us on Tuesday, March 24, 2015 for Family Skate Night.  There is free admission and skate rental for your family from 5:00-8:30pm at Classic Fun Center (9151 S. 255 W.)  Please wear your Liberty shirts or school colors. 
 
Calendar Items
March                  18    Spirit Day:  Wear your Liberty attire and colors
                             19    School Community Council Meeting @ 5:30pm
                             20    White Ribbon Week/Hank Smith Assembly @ 1:30-2:00 grades K-4
Parents invited
                                    White Ribbon Week/Hank Smith Assembly @ 2:15-3:00 grades 5-6
*Parents invited
                             24    Spirit Day:  Wear your Liberty attire and colors
                                    Family Skate Night @ 6:00-8:00pm at Classic Fun Center
                             25    Family Feast Night
                       27    No School for StudentsSpring Break thought April 5th
April                     6     School Resumes
 
 
LIBERTY LETTER
March 2, 2015
Principal’s Message
Hello Liberty Families,
 
Our Cookie Dough Fundraiser is in full swing.  This year’s product was taste-tested by adults and children at a PTA meeting, and we give it a double thumbs up!  The proceeds from our sale will go towards classroom supplies that directly impact our Liberty students.
 
Parent Teacher conferences are Wednesday, March 4 and Thursday, March 5.  Please note that our half-day kindergarten classes taught by Mrs. Benware and Mrs. Sorensen will not be in session on Thursday, March 5.  There is no school for any students on Friday, March 6. 
 
Also, this week we are recognizing College and Career Ready Week.  Students will participate in some fun activities in their library, computer, and music classes.  On Tuesday, we will wear our favorite college apparel or colors.  This is a great time to talk with your children about how the choices they may make now can help set them up for successful futures.
 
Last week’s winners for our Be Here, Be on Time attendance program were Teron Morrill and Jordan Greenhalgh.  Our PAWSome ticket winners from last week were Megan Giles, Avery Anderson, Ashlyn Kiter, Ben Porter, Anthony Perez, Jaydin Naisbitt, Anthony Perez, Drew Carpenter, Brooklyn McCready, Lavina Stump, Sami Harvey, Carter Adams, Colton DeMann, Lucy Vuyk, and Jesse Maquin. We are proud of you!
 
Sincerely,
 
 
Mrs. Natalie Stouffer
Principal, Liberty Elementary
 

Student Council
The Traveling Leopard Award for February was awarded to Mrs. Sheen’s class for best book returns. Congratulations!  The goal for March is the class with the most "B" Sharp awards. Good luck!  The student council meeting this week will be during lunch in Mrs. Benedum's room, not after school. This is due to parent teacher conferences & book fair. Wednesday's wear your uniform and ID badge. During 1st recess play games with younger graders.
 
PTA
Our meeting is this Wednesday, March 4, 2015, at 8:50am in the Perspectives Room. Our Book Fair is set up in the front hallway this week. We have some PTA positions available for the 2015-16 school year, and we are always looking for some new friendly people to work with us.  The positions are Carnival Co-chair, President Elect, Treasurer Elect, Secretary Elect, Photographers, Red/White Ribbon Week Co-chair, and Science Fair Chair.  Please contact Lori Metcalf 801-201-7579 if you are interested.
 
Calendar Items
 March      2-5      College and Career Ready Week & Book Fair
                   2-13     Cookie Dough Fundraiser J
                   3        Wear your favorite college’s attire and colors
                   4        Spirit Day
                         PTA Meeting 8:50am in Perspectives Room
                              Parent Teacher Conferences
                     5        NO SCHOOL for ½ Day Kindergarten Classes                                         
                          5th Grade Maturation Program
                              Trustworthiness Assembly
                         Parent Teacher Conferences
                   6        NO SCHOOL

 
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