March 10 - 14 ISAT Testing Window
March 14 End of 3rd Quarter
March 28-April 4 Book Fair
Liberty students worked hard on their science fair projects, and enjoyed sharing their work with their peersPosted: March 7, 2014
The following students will represent Liberty Middle School at the Regional Competition at SIUE on March 29th: Tyler Holt, Maori Brown, Adam Walters, Hannah Abraham, Sammy Bauer, Cassidy Wiemken, Sammy Hartnagel, and Katie Keck.
95 Liberty and Lincoln students attended the 7th Grade F.I.T. Leadership Lock-InPosted: February 24, 2014
Students in Ms. Schafer's classes and Mrs. Rusk's classes have spent time learning about various historical figures as Liberty celebrates Black History MonthPosted: February 13, 2014
Liberty Middle School Spelling BeePosted: February 10, 2014
Jason Liu (1st place) and Abby Nahlik (2nd place).
The following students were representatives for their grade level in the Liberty Middle School Spelling Bee: 6th grade – Khary Bausily, Josh Fenner, Jason Liu, Zach Walters, Emily Kloostra, and Connor McNabnay. 7th grade – Callie Cox, Abby Nahlik, Evan Williams, Luca Krug, Adrienne Rose, and Rebecca Hackett. And 8th grade – Colin Cox, Nick Schuette, Anna Connor, Parker Allen, Wyatt Hennig, and Grant Berkbigler. These students are the top 18 spellers out of 903 students who began this competition at Liberty.
A 7th grade class makes roller coasters after discussing potential and kinetic energy. Before building the roller coasters they did an online simulation to help design a better roller coaster.Posted: February 7, 2014
Illinois State Board of Education Makes Changes to ISAT Performance LevelsPosted: September 11,2013
Illinois schools will see a decline in their students' ISAT performance level (Exceeds, Meets, Below Standards, and Academic Warning) at the elementary and middle school levels. This change is similar to changing a grading scale where 90-100 was considered an A, and now the scale is changed to 94-100 to achieve an A. The State of Illinois has raised the bar for all students. [More Info]
Attention parentsPosted: December 18,2012
For 4:30-4:45 student pick-up
- Please allow activity buses to park in the bus lane, which is the west side of the circle drive beginning at the main crosswalk.
- Please use extra caution when passing through the crosswalk area as students and staff are crossing the circle drive.
For morning and afternoon drop-off and pick-up
- Please use the loop closest to the football field.
- Do not drop off or pick up students in the staff parking lot unless you are parking and accompanying them to or from the building.