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.
Important News from the School Nurse
Did you know? Washington State has a new law regarding the MMR Vaccine. Please see the link for more information. If you put an exemption in place for your child in the past years, this new law applies
If you have any questions regarding this new law, please contact me or your child’s health care provider.
For students with a Life-Threatening Health Plan (Anaphylaxis, Diabetes, Seizures, Severe Asthma):
You will be receiving an email from me with a care plan attached. The completed plan and required medications are
due to the school no later than August 19th. Please make your student’s medical appointment now to avoid the August rush.
Have a wonderful summer!
Anissa Pascale, BSN, RN
Career and Technical Education (CTE) Dual Credit
(formerly Tech Prep)
CTE allows students to earn high school and college credit at the same time for successfully completing certain CTE courses offered at Liberty. Students can earn BOTH high school AND community/technical
college credit for completing select high school courses with a grade of “B” (3.0) or better and registering through Pacific Northwest College Credit. For detailed information - see the Pacific NW College
For the list of eligible classes, please visit:
LHS CTE DUAL CREDIT
Registration and payment must be completed ANNUALLY and are due
June 20th. A one-time per year payment of $46 covers any qualified classes for the school year. (Financial assistance is available to cover the registration cost if needed).
Questions? Visit the
PNW College Credit website or contact the
PNW College Credit team. Additionally, your student can speak with their CTE class instructor or the
College & Career Specialists
Check Pay Online to See Textbooks to Return
Check your Pay Online account
here to see if your student needs to return textbooks or other items to the textbook room. If any items are lost, you will be able to pay for those items as well. As soon as items are returned, the
fines will be removed from their account.
Items can be returned to the textbook room before school, between classes, during lunches, and after school on days with final exams, as well as the final day of school.
FRIDAY, JUNE 21st
Period 5 Exam 8:00 – 9:30
Period 6 Exam 9:40 - 11:10
First Lunch 11:10 – 11:45/ Period 7 Review 11:50 - 1:20
Period 7 Review 11:15 – 12:45/ Second Lunch 12:45 – 1:20
Period 8 Review 1:25 - 2:55
MONDAY, JUNE 24th
Period 1 Exam 8:00 – 9:30
Period 2 Exam 9:40 - 11:10
TUESDAY, JUNE 25th
Period 7 Exam 8:00 - 9:30
Break 9:30 - 9:40
Period 8 Exam 9:40 - 11:10
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26th
Period 3 Exam 8:00 - 9:30
Break 9:30 - 9:40
Period 4 Exam 9:40 - 11:10
THURSDAY, JUNE 27th
Early Release 10:20
Cultural Families Partnership-Ready for School Fair
Each August, ISD families are required to complete the “Online Verification Process” for K-12 students, informing the district your student(s) September enrollment.
All families may receive help with the different ISD online verification processes: EVP, BTSCI, or RSVP, from the ISD Cultural and Families Partnership Team; ISD Family Liaisons, parent volunteers,
interpreters will be available to answer questions, such as ELL, bus information, lunch, and Family Access.
Join us August 12, 2019,
two locations-9:00-12:00 PM, at Maywood Middle School, 14490 Patriot Way, Renton; additionally, 3:00-7:00 PM, at Clark Elementary School, 335 1st Ave SE, Issaquah.
Spanish and Mandarin interpreters available. Other languages interpreters, questions,
email Lorna Gilmour, by August 6, 2019.
To: Parents and guardians of students in Issaquah School District
A leadership advisory team has formed to explore a replacement for Connect as the teacher website tool. As part of our selection process we would like to hear from parents about what they would
like in a classroom web tool.
Our goals include finding a tool that:
Please take a few minutes to complete the survey by clicking this link: https://forms.gle/p2uzAikAsJHdZ55P7
Summer School Registration
Summer school registration deadlines are fast approaching. If you are interested in
summer school for any reason (credit recovery, grade improvement or advancement) please make sure you thoroughly read through the
summer school offerings and deadlines for each of the different programs.
Note – summer online health and summer in person PE are both full.
Questions? Contact the Summer School principal, Andrea McCormick at
Important Information for Students Taking Advanced Placement (AP) Courses in 2019-20
Beginning in the 2019-20 school year, the AP Program is introducing new resources and processes designed to help students.
Here’s what you and your student need to know:
Action Step: To get ready for the coming school year, please encourage your student to
sign up for a College Board account. All College Board programs are connected through one account, so if your student created one for the PSAT/NMSQT, SAT, or College Board Opportunity Scholarships, they are all set. They will just need to have their username
and password available. They will use this account to register for exams and access classroom resources.
Here you will see a resource for students and parents from the College Board about changes for next year. (En
If you have questions about AP, please contact
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR CLASS OF 2019 GRADUATES!
Thank you from the Class of 2019 PTSA Grad Night Committee...
Thank you check in personnel for all your help gathering signatures, wrist banding and bagging items with cheerful smiles! Thank you security for the professional job you did to keep our kids safe
for the evening! Thanks for the additional family that jumped in to help where needed... and last but not least ....CHAPERONES - you were amazing, energetic, and engaging! The night went smoothly for our kids travelling around the greater puget sound. Our
community of Liberty parents made this night a success and memorable for our graduates. THANK YOU!
SAVE THE DATE!!
THE CLASS OF 2020 SENIOR AUCTION
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12th, 2019
Maplewood Golf Course, Renton, WA
CLASS OF 2020 SENIOR AUCTION PLANNING MEETING
Please join us for our first Senior Auction Meeting Tuesday, June 25 at 6:30pm in the Liberty Career Center.
This is our biggest Senior Class fundraiser and will help reduce the cost of Grad Night tickets. We will need all the help we can get to make our auction amazing. All help is appreciated - from small tasks to larger, whatever you can do that can fit with your
Here are some committees we need help with: Live Auction, Silent Auction, Wine Cork Pull, Games, Procurement, Auction Tracker Software, Dessert Dash, Item Storage
Also quick discussion on Senior Breakfast, Baccalaureate, Grad Night Party Event, activities and Scholarships for Class of 2020.
Please spread the word and let all know about the Auction date and this meeting.
Questions? Email email@example.com
TEXT BOOK CHECK-IN HELP NEEDED
The Liberty Office is looking for volunteers to help each of the following days with text book turn in: Friday, June 21, Monday, June 24, Tuesday June 25 and Wednesday June 26. There are shifts during the day to chose from. Please take a look and sign
up if you can help!
Issaquah Food & Clothing Bank Summer Lunch is an annual program to help fill the gap in the summer when kids aren't receiving lunch at school.
School-age children (K-12) within the Issaquah School District can receive a bag with a week's worth of breakfast, lunch, and snacks, as well as weekly produce and deli options, throughout the 10 weeks of summer vacation.
For more information how you can donate to this program or to register for free food from the program, please visit: www.issaquahfoodbank.org/summer-lunch-program
Wednesday, June 26
Please note an important schedule change. Wednesday, June 26, will not be a late start Wednesday. It is an early release day for students. The school day will be 8:00 to 11:10 a.m.
End of the Year Dates
June 12, Wednesday - Last Day Bus Passes Will Be Issued - Last Day for Academic buses for students staying late after school
June 21, Friday - B Day - grades 9-11 period 5 & 6 Finals -
Grade 9-11 Finals Schedule
June 24, Monday - A Day - grades 9-11 period 1 & 2 Finals, early dismissal - 11:10
June 25, Tuesday - B Day - grades 9-11 period 7 & 8 Finals, early dismissal - 11:10
June 26, Wednesday - A Day - grades 9-11 period 3 & 4 Finals, early dismissal - school day will be 8:00-11:10
June 27, Thursday - Last Day of School - School Day will be 8:00 – 10:20
Summer Office Hours
The Liberty High School building will be closed for the summer beginning at noon on Friday, June 28. The building will reopen Wednesday, August 7.
June Office Hours
Regular Office Hours are 7:30-3:15/ Wednesdays 8:00-4:00 unless otherwise noted.
Tuesday, June 25: 7:30am – 11:30am
Thursday, June 27: 7:30am – Noon
Friday, June 28: 8:00am - Noon
June 29th-August 6th Office is Closed for the Summer
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.