Every Child, Every Chance, Every Day 

Where every child can experience the joy of learning in a safe and nurturing environment surrounded by respect and love.

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By Phone: 1-800-252-5400



2nd-End of first six weeks

7th-PTO @ 4 in Liberty Library

9th-Early Release @ 1

12th- No School (Columbus Day)

14th-Flu vaccines

16th-Pumpkin Patch

22nd-4th Grade Open House @ 6:00 and Music Program @ 6:30

26th-Red Ribbon Week begins-(See the Counselor's page for more info.)

 Monday-Be “RED’Y” to respect yourself and be drug free!-Everyone wear red.  

 Tuesday-Respect yourself and stay in the game; don’t do drugs! Wear favorite team jersey/shirt.

Wednesday-Respect yourself; friends don’t do drugs! -Bring your favorite stuffed friend to school.

Thursday-Respect yourself- Your choices are the key to your dreams; don’t do drugs-Pajama day.

Friday-Respect yourself and be a person of character; don’t do drugs!-1st annual Liberty Book Parade. Dress as the character from your class book as instructed by the teacher.  

29th-AR/Literacy Night-(Wear your Halloween costumes! Special prizes and candy!)

30th-Storybook parade @ 9. Parents are invited to attend.

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Arrival and Departure Procedures


Liberty Traffic Flow

In order to keep traffic moving and for the safety of our students
please follow the Liberty traffic flow map.





 The August/September 2015 edition of The Parental Involvement Connection newsletter is available in English and Spanish.  This edition highlights back-to-school readiness, TexQuest Online Resources, the ABC’s of student success, and healthy lunch box ideas. 



Check out our 2014-15 Rachel's Challenge service projects. Liberty made a difference in the lives of over 2,000 people and 304 animals.


 In 2015-2016 Liberty Elementary will

 continue to

"Be the Change"  


Liberty Elementary Mission statement

Our mission is to ensure that the environment on the Liberty campus promotes safety and love for all people.This same environment will foster respectful behavior allowing students to make mistakes while enjoying a joyful academic experience. We, as professionals, are committed to providing engaging, interesting and challenging lessons that are relevant for preparing students to be successful while encouraging parental involvement.