In this issue of Enews:

  • Liberty High School
    • Family Resources
    • Winter Sports Registration Open Now through Nov 15
    • 2019-2020 Yearbooks for Sale
    • Veteran's Day Assembly - Nov 8 - Altered Schedule
    • No School Veteran's Day - Nov 11
    • Fall Play - Pride and Prejudice Opens Nov 15
    • Upcoming Senior Dates
    • AP Exam Registration
  • Issaquah School District 
    • District Wide Suicide Prevention Event at Issaquah High School  November 7
    • Community Forum on Teen Drug Abuse
    • The Voice Mentor Program Needs You
  • Liberty High School PTSA
    • REFLECTIONS ART CONTEST turn in date is Monday, November 4th
  •  School Calendars    


Family Resources

Please take a look at the new “Family Resources” page on our web site.  We have included links and information regarding student health and safety, and resources regarding substance abuse and prevention. Family Resources

Winter Sports Registration Open Now through Nov 15

Registration is now open for our Winter Sports: Boys & Girls Basketball, Gymnastics, Boys Swim & Dive, Boys & Girls Wrestling. 

The Registration process is ONLINE and open now through November 15th.  

Link to the online registration system and more information is available on Liberty’s Sports Registration web page.  

2019-2020 Yearbooks for Sale

Yearbooks are available to pre-purchase for $50 on pay online, under the category "ASB".

This is your LAST CHANCE to be guaranteed you will get a yearbook in June.  The sale runs from 11/1 – 1/15.  After 1/15, you will not be able to purchase them any longer.  

Veteran's Day Assembly - Friday, Nov 8 - altered schedule

Liberty High's NJROTC is proud to present the Veteran's Day assembly on Friday, November 8th. We would love to open our doors to the Liberty High family and community of Veterans and those who support them, and welcome you to attend this assembly. The assembly will start at 9:30 am in our main gym. Visitors must sign in the main office so please allow enough time before the assembly starts. 

alt. schedule 

Veteran's Day Nov 11 - No School

As a reminder, there is no school on Monday, November 11.  Enjoy the extra day with family and friends as we celebrate the service of all U.S. military veterans!

Fall Play Opens Nov 15

Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen, adapted by Jon Jory

Come see our students perform this timeless classic in a splendid fast-paced adaptation!

Performances: November 15, 16, 21, 22, 23 @ 7:30 PM,                      Saturday Nov 23 @ 2 PM

General admission and On-line Price $10                                                        ASB and Senior Citizens $8

Save time and purchase tickets in advance on pay online starting 11/1 and through 11/14, under the category "Performing Arts". *$8 price not available on-line. Be sure to print out your receipt and bring it to the will call table at the theater the day of the performance to pick up your tickets.

Tickets also available to purchase at the door with cash or credit/debit card, checks no longer accepted- thank you. 

Upcoming Senior Dates   


Due Nov 1, 2019 Senior Pictures (both baby photo and senior picture) 

Due Nov 1, 2019 Senior Quotes 

Nov 5 & 6, 2019 Senior Interviews

  • Nov 5: 8-9 a.m., 1:30-4 p.m.
  • Nov 6: 8-11 a.m.    

AP Exam Registration - Deadline: Monday, Nov. 4

To register for exams, submit this form to the main office by the end of the day on Nov. 4, 2019. 

Each Advanced Placement exam costs $94. 

  • $40 of the exam fee is non-refundable after Nov. 15, 2019.   

Exam fee/s will be added to your account when this form is received (go to Pay Online to complete payment). 

If you request financial assistance, Mrs. Armstrong will check in with you before any fees are assessed.  

If you need College Board-approved accommodations for AP testing, contact your counselor to ensure that all paperwork is submitted promptly.  The deadline to begin the accommodations process is Jan. 17, 2020.  

Additional information is available on the LHS Advanced Placement website


Issaquah School District


District Wide Suicide Prevention Event at Issaquah High School  November 7

How to Keep Your Teen Safe

Thursday, November 7 from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at Issaquah High School, located at 700 2nd Avenue SE, Issaquah, WA 98027

Please join us for an a community and information forum presented by the University of Washington's Forefront Suicide Prevention group, a leading voice in student mental health and suicide prevention.

Learn more about how we can all work together to support our teens, and what signs and signals parents, staff, and friends can watch for with students who are struggling. Come for guidance, information, and resources to help to support youth in need and respond to the struggles that they are facing. Presenters will provide skills and work to build confidence to help in having conversations and providing assistance for our youth.

This event is presented by the Issaquah School District, Swedish Medical Center, along with ParentWiser and the Issaquah PTSA Council.

An additional event is planned for Skyline High School in the spring 2020.  

Community Forum on Teen Drug Abuse: Warning Signs and Resources

The City of Sammamish is hosting a community forum on teen drug abuse on Thursday, November 7, 2019 at 6:30 p.m. at Central Washington University at 120 228th Ave NE. Sammamish. Speakers include Sammamish Police Department, King County Public Health, Influence the Choice (featuring Hidden in Plain Sight), and the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA). The event is free and childcare will be provided. 


Volunteers of Issaquah Changing Education (VOICE) is an in-school, volunteer mentoring program that pairs caring community members with Issaquah School District students. VOICE mentors work one-on-one with students throughout the school year. Some students may need academic help; others may need emotional support or a friend and role model. All benefit from a positive, supportive relationship with an adult role model.

VOICE currently has 200+ students on the wait list. We need mentors! Can you help?

Here's what’s involved:

  • Complete a screening process, including a mandatory, in-depth, pre-match training.
  • Time commitment of once/week (30–60 minutes) throughout the school year. Schedule and choice of school is flexible to accommodate mentor availability.
  • Optional supplemental trainings, plus support provided by your mentee’s school and the VOICE team.
  • Most importantly, develop a meaningful relationship with a young person and help them thrive.

    “I have come to learn that I only need to be a caring human being who enjoys spending time with kids. These are relationships that enrich my life as much or maybe more than my mentees’ lives” ~ Recent quote from a long-time VOICE Mentor with 3 mentees

    If you would like to become a VOICE mentor, please APPLY HERE

    To learn more: Email View our VOICE Website Call us @ 425.827.7222.  

 Liberty High School PTSA   


REFLECTIONS ART CONTEST turn in date is Monday, November 4th. 

The Reflections Program is a National PTA and Washington State PTA cultural arts competition.  Designed to enhance rather than replace a quality arts education, the national PTA Reflections Program provides opportunities for students, preschool through 12 grade, to express themselves and to receive positive recognition for their artistic efforts. Since 1969, the PTA Reflections Program has inspired millions of students across the nation to reflect on a specific theme and create original artwork. 

Reflections Art Contest - 2019-2020 Theme is "Look Within"

Turn in Deadline is Monday, November 4th by 3:00pm to the Liberty Front Office

Click here for more information, entry form and details



2019-2020 School Calendars

Our A/B calendar for next year is posted on our website here

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

Access District Calendars here