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Liberty ISD
1600 Grand Avenue
Liberty, TX 77575  
(936) 336-7213
 
 Cody Abshier, Ed.D., Superintendent
  
The mission of Liberty ISD is to ensure that every student reaches his or her full potential.
 

 

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  • ALS ICE BUCKET CHALLENGE

    Dr. Cody Abshier, Liberty ISD School Superintendent was challenged by Dr. Jessica Johnson, Dayton ISD Superintendent to make a cash donation to research for ALS, Lou Gehrig's Disease, and to take the "ice bucket challenge" to raise awareness and encourage others to donate. Dr. Abshier took the challenge and challenged Assistant Superintendent, Randy Gunter to take the same challenge! As you can see from the picture, Cody and Randy accepted their challenge at Friday night's Meet the Panther event.

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  • 2014-2015 School Times

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  • State Accountability Ratings Explained

    State Accountability Ratings Explained

    Click for a video which explains the State Accountability Rating system

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  • 2014-2015 Spirit Themes!

    Click on the Headline Title to see this year's spirit themes.

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  • Online Student Enrollment

    Online Enrollment

    Liberty ISD enrollment is handled online via the Internet. Every Parent/Guardian must have a valid email address to enable access to the online enrollment system. If you already have a student attending LISD, please verify that your email address in Family Access is correct and, if not, please correct it in the Family Access system. If you need help obtaining a free Gmail or Yahoo email address, we have publicly accessible computers at the administration building located at 1600 Grand Avenue where we can assist you. If you are not currently using Family Access, or have forgotten your password, please contact the campus for your login and password.

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  • Panther Academy

    Panther Academy is the full or half day pre-K program offered in Liberty ISD. Great relationships begin at Panther Academy. San Jacinto Elementary is the starting line for all students in Liberty ISD. Before learning begins, basic needs must be met and a sense of family and belonging are essential parts of student development. At Panther Academy, we teach the whole child. Come join us at our Pre-K Roundup on August 1, 2014. Click on the Headline Title for more information.

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  • LHS Choir Texas State Solo & Ensemble Contest Results

    Several Liberty High School Choir students recently competed at the Texas State Solo & Ensemble Contest held at Kelly Lane Middle School and Hendrickson High School in Pflugerville, TX. These students advanced to state after competing and earning 1st division ratings at the regional level for UIL Solo & Ensemble Contest. Click on the Headline Title for the rest of the story.

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  • Liberty Panther Band 2014-2015

    WELCOME! The staff of the Liberty Panther Band would like to welcome you to one of the most exciting season of music in Liberty Band history. We are glad that you want to be a part of this history making year. If we can do something to help you, don’t hesitate to let us know. Attached is some paperwork that you will need to fill out for the year. This will cover you in case of an emergency. You will also need to pay your band fees for shoes and uniform cleaning. Make sure you have your shoe size measured by one of the staff. Click on the Headline Title for forms.

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  • Panther Band Brings Home the Gold!

    Members of the Liberty High School Panther band attended the Texas State Solo and Ensemble Contest held at Hendrickson High School in Pflugerville, Texas on Memorial Day Weekend. These students earned the right to attend the contest by earning first division ratings at the Region 10 UIL Solo and Ensemble Contest. The ensemble of...click on Headline Title for complete story.

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  • LHS Literary Criticism Team Wins State!

    On Sunday, May 18th, Liberty's Literary Criticism team traveled to Austin to compete in the 2014 UIL State Academic Meet. The University Interscholastic League is the "gold standard" of competition in Texas -- sports, music, theater, and academics. Participation at the state meet is an honor earned by advancing through the District and Regional levels. Liberty's team, with seniors Michael Seay and Evelyn Brady, Juniors Hudson Standish and Weston Russell (alternate), and sophomore Camilla Brady competed on Tuesday and won the 3A Team Competition for the state of Texas. Individually, Evelyn Brady placed third of all 3A students in Texas. This year's team continues a winning tradition of Literary Criticism at Liberty. This is the 11th year in a as many years for Liberty Lit Crit at the state academic meet. This year is the sixth time Liberty has taken the state title. Congratulations to Michael Seay, Evelyn Brady, Hudson Standish, Camilla Brady, and Weston Russell. Hudson, Camilla, and Weston will be returning next year to continue the tradition. Click on Headline Title to view photo.

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  • LHS Football Camp and Summer Program

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  • House Bill 5 for Parents

    Click here for new graduation requirements beginning 2014-2015. Resources from TEA can also be found in Quick Links menu on the Liberty High School home page.

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  • UIL Reclassification Information

    On Monday, February 3rd, the University Interscholastic League released the 2014-15 and 2015-16 Tentative Football and Basketball District Assignments and Reclassification Information. The Liberty Panthers are switching football districts from District 22-3A to District 9-4A Division 2, which includes West Orange-Stark, Orangefield, Hamshire-Fannett, and Hardin-Jefferson. The basketball district, however, will remain the same with the exception of changing from District 22-3A to District 23-4A. UIL added a 6A to equal out the classifications which has led to the Panthers moving up to class 4A. Later this Spring UIL will release the district information on the girls sports and all other spring sports.

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  • Receive Text Message Via Skyward Family Access

    Receive Text Messages Via Skyward Family Access

    You now have the option to receive district messages on your cell phone by simply “opting in” via Skyward Family Access. For more information, click the Headline title above.

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  • Skyward Mobile Access is Available

    Upon receiving a Family Access login and password, you will be able to access your child's records through Skyward Mobile Access. For more information, click the Headline title above.

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  • Senior Pass
    LISD is proud to offer Senior Passes to citizens age 65 and older who live within the boundaries of LISD.  Passes are available from the Superintendent's Office at the LISD Administration Building.

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  • Has Your Student's Contact Information Changed?
    Parents and Guardians, did you know you can now request changes to student information (address, phone numbers, emergency contacts, etc.) directly in Family Access?  Here's how:  from the Family Access home page, click on the Student Information link on the left.  On the next screen click on the blue link at the top (Request Changes to My Child's Information) to submit your change request.  It's that easy!

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  • Receive Messages Via Skylert

    Parents and guardians can register to receive district messages on their cell phone (subject to their plan's texting rates).


    To opt-in online:

    • Login to Skyward Family Access at www.libertyisd.net/familyaccess

    • Click ‘Skylert’

    • In section “Additional Contact Info for Family…”, enter cell phone number in “Text Message Numbers”

    • Click the message types to receive

    • Click ‘Save’ to complete registration



     


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