The LMS Treble Choir participated in the Region 10 UIL Concert & Sightreading Contest held on Wednesday, April 13, where they sang three musical selections and sightread in front of a panel of judges. The judges rated their stage and sightreading performances on a grading scale of 1 (superior), 2 (excellent), 3 (average), 4 (below average), and 5 (poor). The choir earned a rating of 2 (excellent) for the concert portion of the contest and a 1 (superior) for the sightreading portion. Congratulations to the LMS Treble Choir for their accomplishments which were only accessible through hard work and determination.
Liberty High School art students attended the Visual Arts Scholastic Event (also known as VASE Competition). To view the artwork, click on the Headline Title.
$10,807 go to fund innovation and campus grants. Click on the Headline Title for winners and details.
On Saturday, February 6th, students from Liberty Middle School traveled to Coldspring to compete in the district UIL Academic meet. A total of 109 LMS students loaded the LISD school buses and headed to Coldspring to compete with other students from Cleveland, Coldspring, Huffman, Shepherd, Splendora, and Tarkington. These 109 students earned Liberty Middle School a 1st place win earning LMS the title of Academic UIL District Champs for the second year in a row! Overall, LMS had 69 first through sixth place wins. A total of 13 students won first place in their events, 14 students won second place, and 14 students won third place. The remaining 28 students placed either fourth, fifth, or sixth. UIL participants and coaches at LMS have worked diligently over the past few months to prepare. Students have come to school early and stayed late to practice with their coaches. It is evident that the hard work and dedication of these students and coaches paid off.
The Texas Education Agency awards an accreditation status to each public school district and charter school. The accreditation status is based on the academic accountability rating and financial ratings from the Financial Integrity Rating System of Texas. A district or charter must be accredited by the state to operate as a public school. Click on the Headline Title for Liberty ISD's accreditation status.
Liberty ISD Education Foundation has announced that it is awarding a specific grant to the Law Enforcement class at Liberty High School in support of their fingerprinting safety initiative for elementary students in LISD. The $500 grant will help LHS students purchase the fingerprinting kits. This initiative will assist law enforcement in case of an emergency where accurate student identification is needed. Click on the headline title for the rest of the story.
Teen Court has entered its second year within Liberty ISD. On behalf of The City of Liberty and LISD, we extend an open invitation to observe LISD Teen Attorneys in action. Our Teen Attorneys have been trained by Judge Mike Little and Assistant District Attorneys, Joe Warren and Matthew Poston. Teen Court trials are held once a month at Liberty City Hall in the Council Chambers, 1829 Sam Houston. The trials begin promptly at 6:00 pm. The schedule for the remainder of the school year is: October 5, November 2, December 7, January 11, February 1, March 7 and April 4. To read more about Teen Court, click on the Headline Title.
Re: 2016-2017 Transfer Application
We hope that you and your student(s) have enjoyed your 2015-2016 school year. In order for your student(s) to be considered for transfer for the 2016-2017 school year, our district policy requires you to fill out and file a new transfer application per student each year. Please complete and return the attached form to your student’s school by April 29, 2016. All transfer requests are reviewed on an individual basis each year and are not automatically renewed. Failure to sign and return the transfer form by the designated due date may result in your student being unable to enroll at Liberty ISD.
Thank you for your cooperation in this matter.