View the after school studying and tutoring schedule here.
10th and 11th grade students will take the PSAT/NMSQT on Wednesday, October 10. The cost is $10 and scholarships are available. Additional information will be coming about the schedule for that day, including the activities for 9th and 12th grade students. If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Armstrong.
Students are assigned an administrator and counselor depending on their last name.
Loren Krogstad, Assistant Principal (A-Li)
Laurel Shane, Counselor (A-Es)Vicki Kenney, Counselor (Et-Li)
Andrew Brownson, Assistant Principal (Lj-Z)
April Flores, Counselor (Lj-Ri)Robin Klym, Counselor (Rj-Z)
Safety is paramount to King County, which has taken a number of steps to improve safety in the residential neighborhood next to Liberty High School, Briarwood Elementary School and Maywood Middle School.
Read more about King County safety improvements here.
Does your family need support with backpacks and school supplies? Tools4Schools is here to help! Tools4School provides new backpacks filled with school supplies for District families needing financial support. Register here to receive free backpacks and school supplies.
Memorial Day, No School for Students and Staff - May 27
There will be no school on Monday, May 27, in observance of Memorial Day. This Memorial Day, our nation once again has the opportunity to pause and pay tribute to the brave men and women in our military who made the ultimate sacrifice to keep America safe.
Yearbooks will be handed out next Friday, May 31. If you did not purchase one last fall you still have a chance to buy one. The will be on sale from today 5/20 until they sell out. There are not many left. Don’t miss out! Please bring cash/check to the
bookkeeper. The cost is $50.00.
Attention Seniors - the annual
LHS Senior Exit Survey is available.
This is a final requirement of your High School and Beyond Plan and provides data on what our graduates are planning to do after
high school. Any scholarships received will be listed (award name only) in the graduation program. Please complete before May 20th!
CALLING ALL SENIORS! Senior Prom is Friday, May 24th at the Seattle Aquarium. Tickets go on sale TODAY through the morning of Friday the 24th. Guest passes are available online which is linked here: Guest
Pass. Tickets are $25 each and will not be sold at the door, so be sure to secure your spot before ticket sales end! Purchase tickets in person from the ASB Bookkeeper.
Girls’ Soccer Spring Meeting
All players wanting to learn more about the girls’ soccer program, meet the staff, and learn what to expect in August, please come to the girls’ soccer spring meeting on Friday, June 4th, at 3:00pm in Liberty’s Career Center.
Students in grades 9-11 will take their Final assessments for their classes on Friday, June 21-Wednesday, June 26, following the schedules linked here:
Grade 9-11 Finals Schedule:
Please note that on all of these days, even Wednesday, 6/26, we will start at 8:00. We will have Early Release on Monday 6/24, Tuesday 6/25, and Wednesday 6/26 at 11:10am. We will have Early Release on Thursday 6/27 at 10:20am.
Our Finals for Seniors will still follow the original Senior Finals Schedule which is linked here:
If your student is unable to be at school on any of the Finals days, we have developed a Pre Arranged Absence form, and an Alternate Finals Schedule. This form, linked here:
Pre Arranged Finals Form, shows alternate dates and times that Finals for each period are offered. The form is also available in the Liberty High School Main Office. These alternate dates occur on June 17-June 20. If your student will be unable to be
at school on the date of an assigned Final, please complete this Pre Arranged Finals Absence form, and turn it in to the
Main Office by Monday, June 3rd.
Week 3 of Advanced Placement Testing
Our students have been working incredibly hard and excited to be close to the end of AP testing! Thank you to everyone who has volunteered during Advanced Placement testing (there is
still time to sign up here). Please sign in at the main office when you arrive and you will be directed to the testing location.
The following Advanced Placement exams will take place this week:
Thursday, May 23:
8am – Computer Science Principles in College and Career Center
8am – World History in Lower Aux Gym
12pm – French in College and Career Center
Friday, May 24:
8am – Human Geography in Lower Aux Gym
If you have questions about AP testing, please contact Erin Armstrong (firstname.lastname@example.org or 425-837-4948).
Spring Smarter Balanced Assessments (SBA) – June 3-4 (Math)
Students are required to pass the SBA for English-Language Arts (ELA) and Math
in order to graduate. This Spring, all 10th graders will take the SBA Math on June 3-4 (students completed the SBA ELA on Apr. 29 and 30). Each assessment has two parts (Computer Adaptive Test and Performance Task), so students
must attend both testing sessions. 11th and 12th graders who still need to meet graduation testing requirements will also participate. Learn
more about graduation testing requirements here.
Students can take training and practice tests for SBA Math to become familiar with
the test format, tools, and content. Go here to access the practice and training tests.
Students participating in testing will go to the
same location that they did for SBA ELA on Apr. 29 and 30. If students need a reminder of their location, staff members in the main office, attendance office, and counseling office can provide reminders.
There will be an alternate bell schedule on each day of testing. Testing will take place in the morning followed by 60-minute classes starting at 10:05am.
Students not participating in testing will attend a Guided Study during the testing time. Students will go to the same locations that they did on Apr. 29 and 30 (locations are posted at school).
If you have questions about Spring SBA testing, please contact Mrs. Armstrong
(email@example.com or 425-837-4948).
Evening of Reflection/Baccalaureate Auditions - Seniors Only!
Have a special talent or skill you would like to share with us at Baccalaureate on June 11th? It can be singing, dancing, playing an instrument, poetry, etc. Please join us for auditions!
Auditions will be held on Wednesday, May 22nd, 2019 from 8:45 to 9:45 in the Black Box Theatre. Sign ups for auditions will be in the main office. Please sign up!!
Any questions please contact Tina Abel at firstname.lastname@example.org
This event is sponsored by the Liberty High School PTSA Graduation Committee
LHS PTSA Class of 2019 Scholarship Opportunity
The LHS PTSA is offering scholarships at $500 each will be offered to the students of the Class of 2019. Any senior from the Liberty High School Class of 2019 may apply, regardless of financial status. You may submit a 500 word
or less essay, answering the following question: “How has Liberty High School and/or the Class of 2019, helped you grow/change/develop/learn or molded you as a person and helped prepare you to begin your journey after high school?”.
Essays must be received by May 31st at the PTSA post office box listed in the application. Complete application information and rules can be found here.
We're getting close!
An Evening of Reflection
Tuesday, June 11th, 7pm
Seniors arrive 5:30 pm (light
snacks will be provided)
Program begins for Parents & Family at 7pm
Dessert reception to follow event
Any questions contact Tina Abel at email@example.com
GOT A 2019 GRADUATE? GOT YOUR CLASS OF 2019 YARD SIGN?
Signs on Sale NOW until they sell out - ONLY 48 LEFT
Cash or check only - $25 for 1; $20 each for 2 or more; 10 or more $10 each. Includes metal stake!
To coordinate pickup email Shelly at firstname.lastname@example.org or Dawn at email@example.com
Our district is participating in the Washington State 2018 Healthy Youth Survey during Fall 2018.
The Healthy Youth survey includes questions related to physical activity and diet, unintentional and intentional injury, substance use, risk and protective factors, access to school-based services, and sexual behaviors, abuse and orientation. Survey results are used by schools, communities and state agencies to plan programs to support our youth and reduce their risks.
Participation in the survey is voluntary and the students’ answers are anonymous.
Please read the Parent and Student Notification Letter for more information about the Healthy Youth Survey.
Contact Mrs. Armstrong if you have any questions.