In this issue of Enews:

  • Liberty High School
    • Food Drive for Snowcoming Week
    • Liberty's Snowcoming Week - Dec 9-Dec 13
    • LHS Holiday Choir Concert - Dec 12
    • PSAT/NMSQT Scores Available in December 
    • Advanced Placement Test Fees
    • First Winter Break - No School Dec 23- Jan 3
    • Yearbook Sales open until Jan 15
    • Semester 1 Finals - Jan 21-24
  •  School Calendars      

Food Drive

Liberty is currently holding a Food Drive for Snowcoming week. Students can bring in non-perishable foods such as canned foods and canned foods. There is also a higher need for Similac Baby Formula, Kirkland Brand Baby Formula, and Baby Food. Please refrain from bringing in expired food. If you need more details on what foods can be donated, please check the Issaquah Food and Clothing Bank’s donate website. All donations will be going to the Issaquah Food and Clothing Bank.

Students should bring all food donations to their English classes by Friday, December 13th. 

Liberty's Snowcoming Week  

This year’s spirit days include:

12/9   Monday – PJ day
12/10 Tuesday – Flannel Day
12/11 Wednesday – Sweater Weather Day
12/12 Thursday – Winter
12/13 Friday – Blue and White Blizzard

Liberty has partnered with Dairy Queen this year to bring some holiday cheer into your life.  On Friday, December 13, wear Blue/White and take your school id to our local Dairy Queen to get a small blizzard for only $2.00!  

Our Snowcoming assembly begins at 2:15pm in the main gym on Friday, December 13.  Seating is limited so guests should plan accordingly.

 snowcoming week calendar 

LHS Holiday Choir Concert - Dec 12

Bring your friends & family to the Liberty High School Theater at 7:00 pm on Thursday, December 12th for our Winter Choir Concert. 

PSAT/NMSQT Scores Available in December 

Scores from the PSAT/NMSQT will be released online to students December 9–11. 

Students are encouraged to create a College Board account so they can easily access their scores once they're released online and unlock personalized resources to help them understand their scores.  Many students have already created College Board accounts for AP class registration.  If a student doesn't see their scores when they log in, they may need to enter an access code (which they will receive on a paper copy of their score report).

Our school is expected to receive PSAT/NMSQT paper score reports in mid-December. We will distribute paper copies of score reports along with student test booklets through Social Studies classes.  Here is an example of a PSAT/NMSQT score report so you know what to anticipate. 

Next year’s PSAT/NMSQT testing date is Wednesday, Oct. 14.  If you have any questions about the PSAT/NMSQT or scores, please contact Mrs. Armstrong ( 

Advanced Placement Test Fees

If your student signed up for an Advanced Placement (AP) test, the fee(s) have been assessed to your student’s account.  The fee for each test is $94.  If your student decides not to participate in an exam, $40 of the exam fee is non-refundable after Friday, Nov. 15.  If your student would like to add an additional exam, there is a $40 additional fee for any exam added after Friday, Nov. 15.  The exam order will be finalized in early March and at that time no further changes will be possible.  Please use the “Pay Online” system on our website to view and pay this fee by Friday, Dec. 13. 

If you would like additional information about AP testing, such as specific exam dates and times, as well as what to bring on exam day, you can find that information on the LHS AP website: 

First Winter Break (No School): December 23 – January 3

The school will be closed for the first winter break Monday, December 23 through Friday, January 3, 2019.  We wish you happy and restful holidays!

We will see you on Monday, January 6th! 

Yearbook Sales open until Jan 15

Buy your yearbooks now for $50 to guarantee your student gets a yearbook in June. Go to Pay Online, under "items at student's school", category "ASB" to find yearbooks for sale. You can also buy them in person from Mrs. Fullington, our ASB Bookkeeper until January 15th.  

Semester 1 Finals - Jan 21-24


January 21st  (A day/Tuesday)

Regular Bell Times 

Regular Classes    periods 1 and 2
Finals                   periods 3 and 4  

January 22nd (B day/Wednesday)   

Altered Bell Times     

5th Period                       10:10-11:02  

First Lunch - Lunch 11:02-11:37/ 6th Period 11:42-12:35
Second Lunch - 6th Period 11:07-12:00/Lunch 12:00-12:35

 7th Period – Final  12:40-2:10
8th Period – Final             2:15-3:45 

January 23rd   (A Day/Thursday)

Early Dismissal 11:10     

1st Period – Final     8:00–9:30
Passing time  9:30–9:40
2nd Period –Final     9:40–11:10 

January 24th (B Day/Friday)

  Early Dismissal 11:10

5th Period – Final     8:00–9:30
Passing time  9:30–9:40
6th Period – Final     9:40–11:10   

2019-2020 School Calendars

Our A/B calendar is posted on our website here

Liberty High School 2019-2020 bell schedule is posted on our website here

Access District Calendars here