District News

Letter from Dr. Tommelleo: Second Quarter Planning Update Tommelleo Desk

Dear Liberty Families,

On Wednesday, October 7, 2020, the Liberty administration held a meeting to begin planning for the full return to school for all students. In addition to all administrators, attendees included members of the Board of Education, parents, teachers, transportation, technology, Akron Children’s Hospital and custodial staff, as a full return to school requires input from many people. 

Click "read more" to read the entire letter.

Our second grade teachers hosted an alternative to their traditional pumpkin patch field trip pumpkin

Since our second grade students couldn't visit the pumpkin patch this year, our second grade teachers decided to bring the patch to them!

Check out WKBN's report here.

PK-6 Halloween Celebrations pumpkin

Halloween will look a little different this year at Liberty PK-6.  Instead of our traditional school parade that's open to the public, our teachers have been planning fun, Halloween-themed lessons, games and activities for our students.

Click "read more" to learn what activities are planned for our hybrid and remote students!

LHS to host virtual FAFSA workshop Meeting Flyer

Liberty High School will be hosting a virtual FAFSA (Free Application forStudent Aid) workshop for all parent/guardians and their seniors. Professional financial aid advisors from the Mahoning Valley College Access Program will provide information about the different types of financial aid and assist parents/guardians through the financial aid process.

Who Should Attend?
Parents/Guardians & Seniors who plan to attend a 2-year or 4-year college/university or a career college/technical school in 2021-2022

Meeting Details
When: Wednesday, November 11th
Time: 6:00 p.m.
Zoom Meeting ID: 878 8748 2605
Passcode: 001831
Registration: Click here to register online or call 330-259-2936

Documents needed to complete the FAFSA:
Student & parent Federal Student Aid username & password
Driver’s License
Social Security #
Alien Registration Card (if not a US Citizen)
Student & parent 2019 Federal Income Tax Forms
Student & parent 2019 W-2 Forms
Records of your untaxed income (e.g. child support received)
Records of your assets (e.g. savings & investments)

Click here to access the flyer.

USDA Announces School Meal Flexibilities Throughout 2021

USDA recently announced the continued extension of nationwide flexibilities that allow free school meals for all children throughout the entire 2020-2021 school year.

WATCH: USDA Announces School Meal Flexibilities Throughout 2021

 

Ohio's Connectivity Champions to help families with struggling home internet connections Remote

If you are struggling with a home internet connection, the Connectivity Champions can help. Ohio’s Connectivity Champions, one of three components of Ohio’s RemotEDx initiative, are available for live support. Connectivity Champions provide additional support to Ohio’s K-12 students and families for remote learning.

Click to read more about RemotEDx and what it means for you.

Liberty Township Trunk or Treat pumpkin

What: Trunk or Treat

When: October 31, 2020 from 5 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Where: Guy School Parking Lot

Hosted by Liberty Township Trustees, Police & Fire, Oh Wow! Children’s Center, Kiwanis and NOPEC.

Liberty Schools partners with Akron Children's Hospital for nursing services Stethoscope

Liberty Local Schools has contracted with Akron Children's Hospital to provide school health services for the 2020-2021 school year.

Akron Children’s Hospital collaborates with more than 40 school districts in the region to address the healthcare needs of students in an effort to enhance school performance and ensure all children reach their academic potential.

Akron Children’s Hospital’s nurses and medical technicians promote and advocate for student health and wellness, and help manage patient populations and individual student health needs in the school setting.  While at Liberty Local Schools, their team of health experts will address first-aid, emergency services and acute healthcare needs, administer medications and necessary procedures, meet the healthcare needs of students with chronic conditions, implement disease prevention and wellness programs to increase the overall health of the student body, refer students who need help to the appropriate specialists, create a safe learning environment for students and enhance overall school health through community outreach.

 

 

Sign up for our email alerts! Email Alerts

As we move closer to the start of school, we encourage you to sign up for our email alerts. We will be utilizing these, as well as all of our other communication methods as we begin the 2020-2021 school year.

Sign up here: http://www.libertylocalschools.com/communication