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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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  • Liberty Jazz Festival

    On Thursday, April 24 the Liberty High School Jazz Band will be in concert in the first annual Liberty Jazz Festival. It will be held at Liberty Middle School in the cafeteria. The Liberty Band Boosters will be serving Gumbo along with potato salad, dessert and tea for a $20 donation. The doors will open at 6:00 p.m. and music will start at 6:30. Tickets are available from any Liberty High School band student or directly from Band Director Bob Smith.

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  • HB5 Parent Meeting on Monday, April 28th

    Current Liberty Middle School 8th graders and their parents are invited to a meeting Monday, April 28, at 6:00 p.m. in the LMS Cafeteria. The purpose of this meeting is to present information about new House Bill 5 graduation requirements, go over career pathways and endorsements offered at Liberty High School, and answer any questions you may have about your incoming freshman. In addition, students and parents will schedule a time to meet with LHS counselors/advisors to complete their 2014-2015 course selections.

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  • Another LHS Choir Success!

    The Liberty High School Choirs stand tall with pride after receiving the results from the UIL Concert & Sightreading Contest held at Lee College recently. This was the first time in Liberty High School’s history to take three choirs to contest. The Men’s Non-Varsity Choir, with only eight singers, brought lots of energy to the three pieces they performed. Judge Linda Hester thanked the men “for demonstrating how well a small group of men can fill an auditorium with a rich and beautiful sound!” The men received three 1st division ratings from the judges for their performance. The Women’s Non-Varsity Choir also received three 1st division ratings on their pieces. Judge Nancy Caverdish said they did an “excellent job and an excellent choice of music.” Finally, the Women’s Varsity Choir beautifully and skillfully sang and also received 1st division ratings from all three judges for their performance. In addition, they received 1st division ratings in Sightreading which garnered them a Sweepstakes trophy for the third year in a row. The Liberty High School Women’s Varsity Choir is the only 3A choir to be awarded a UIL Sweepstakes trophy this year. The LHS Choirs are under the direction of Christie Bean.

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  • Online Enrollment Next Year

    Liberty ISD will be moving to online enrollment for the 2014-2015 school year. Every Parent/Guardian must have a valid email address to enable access to the online enrollment system. 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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  • April is Child Abuse Prevention Month

    For information and resources, copy and paste the following address into your browser: https://www.childwelfare.gov/

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  • SJE Student Earns Enough Panther Bucks to Purchase a Bicycle

    Jennifer Guzman earned 300 Panther Bucks for excellent behavior and reading AR Books. She was able to save enough Panther Bucks to purchase a bicycle from the SJE Panther Buck Store that our PBIS team started this year. Jennifer is also thinking of others because she told us that part of her plan is to give her old bike to her sister.

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  • District Calendar Changes Related to Bad Weather Days

    Students and staff of Liberty ISD missed three instructional days due to bad weather in January. The first bad weather day was made up on February 17th, and the second day will be made up on our previously scheduled bad weather day of June 6th. In order to accommodate end-of-year activities, two additional changes have been made to the District calendar. Wednesday, April 30th, was scheduled as an early dismissal day and will change to a full instructional day. Thursday, June 5th, was scheduled as a full instructional day and will become an early dismissal day. If you have any questions, please contact your campus principal. We want to thank our students, parents, teachers, community members, and Board members for continuing to work with the District to provide for the success of our students.

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  • Camp Invention is Back!!

    Camp Invention is coming to San Jacinto Elementary July 7 - 11 from 9:00 AM to 3:30 PM for children entering grades one through six. Each day is an exciting new experience where children take a hands-on approach to fun, engineer solutions to real-world challenges and create new inventions. Sign up at www.campinvention.org/invent for a week long summer enrichment program! Save $25 by signing up before March 28. Click on the headline title for more information.

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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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  • LISD Education Foundation Tops $150,000 in Grants

    The Liberty ISD Education Foundation is pleased to announce this year's grant winners from San Jacinto Elementary, Liberty Elementary, and Liberty High School. Click on the Headline Title for a complete list of the grants awarded.

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  • LHS Band Finishes the Contest Season with Perfection!

    The Liberty High School Panther Band completed it’s most successful contest season in history by earning unanimous division one ratings from all judges at the Region 10 UIL Concert and Sight Reading Contest. Back in October, the band received consecutive division one ratings from all three marching judges. These ratings qualified the band for The UIL Sweepstakes Trophy. Click on the Headline Title to read the rest of the story.

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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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Announcements

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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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