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The Mission of Liberty ISD is to Empower all Students to Achieve at their Academic and Creative Potential.

Congratulations, Dr. Abshier!

25 days ago



REGION 5 NAMES ABSHIER AS 2019 SUPERINTENDENT OF THE YEAR



                   

Region 5 Education Service Center is pleased to announce the regional winner for TASB’s 2019

Superintendent of the Year, Dr. Cody Abshier of Liberty ISD. Dr. Abshier has been

superintendent there for seven years and has been described as “the quintessential professional” who is “motivated by one thing – always doing what is best for children.” He was chosen for his

strong leadership skills, dedication to improving the quality of education in his district, and

commitment to public support and involvement in education.

A notable accomplishment included in his nomination packet is his collaboration with other

entities for the establishment of Lee College Education Center of South Liberty County, the first

satellite college center for Lee College outside of its taxing jurisdiction. Dr. Abshier was

influential in encouraging the local high school to provide feeder classes for the courses currently

offered at Lee, with an emphasis on the needs of the local job market.

In addition, Dr. Abshier was instrumental in establishing the Liberty ISD Bookmobile and snow

cone stand that travels to local churches, day care centers, and community events throughout the

year. He also organizes, teaches, and recruits students to attend the mobile “Tool School” and

“Tool School Camp” for students who are interested about the “why” and “how” things work

through a practical hands-on approach.

The letter of nomination for Dr. Abshier reads, “The fact that he is willing to drive a fan bus and

attends every event he is able to attend, proves he is the biggest supporter and cheerleader of all

students and staff. He wants nothing more than for every student to achieve at their maximum

potential.” The letter goes on to say, “We fully support his nomination as Superintendent of the

Year. We know of no other way of so totally and completely endorsing him.”

Dr. Abshier was nominated for the position by his local school board, and a non-biased selection

team of school board members from various districts made the final selection. He will be

interviewed as a regional winner in late summer by the TASB State Selection Committee, at

which time five finalists will be chosen to proceed in the process for the State Superintendent of

the Year award.

Region 5 is very proud of Dr. Abshier, his accomplishments, and the difference he makes in the

community and in the lives of students! Please join us in recognizing him for this very

prestigious award. Congratulations to Dr. Cody Abshier and Liberty ISD!

By Lindsay Matlock

Student Registration
Liberty ISD NEW student registration for all PK-12th grade students will be held at San Jacinto Elementary School (1629 Grand Avenue) July 30, 2019, 12:00pm to 8:00pm. Registration will be held in the cafeteria. Please enter the cafeteria at the back of the school. You must have all of the following items with you at registration:
1) Birth Certificate,
2) Students Social Security Card,
3) Immunization records,
4) Proof of Residence,
5) Drivers license of the parent,
6) a pay check stub (this item is only required when enrolling a child in Pre-Kindergarten),
7) Students' prior school records.

For all returning families, online registration must be completed through Family Access, by August 9, 2019. Go to www.libertyisd.net for access to family access/ on-line registration. If you do not have a personal computer with internet access you may register your students online at San Jacinto Elem. July 30, 2019, 12:00pm to 8:00pm or at the campus your student attends between July 31, 2019 – August 9, 2019 from 9:00am to 2:00pm. You will not receive your student’s school schedule or homeroom teacher until your online registration is completed.

If you are not a resident of the district you MUST have a signed transfer form on file in the superintendent’s office, before you can attend LISD. If you have had a change of address and no longer live in the district you will need to complete the transfer form before the first day of school.
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.