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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Come join us for AR Family Reading Night

Thursday, October 23rd


Dress as your favorite book character!

 2nd-4th grade Reading Cafe

1st grade Pumpkin Book Characters on display

Kindergarten reading/testing in the classroom



1st-PTO meeting in the Library @ 4

6th- Fundraiser kick-off

7th-4th grade field trip

10th-Early Release @ 1

16th-Report cards go home

4th Grade Music program @ 2 and 6:30 /4th grade open house @ 6:00

17th-Free flu shots for students w/permission slip

20th-School fundraiser ends

23rd-Family reading night 5:30-7:00

27th-31st Red Ribbon Week

28th-Annual Liberty Pumpkin Patch



OCTOBER 27th-31st

Red Ribbon Week is next week, October 27th-31st.  Liberty Elementary will be celebrating loving ourselves by living a drug free healthy life with dress up days, daily prizes, and guidance on making healthy choices to keep our bodies safe and healthy. Every student will be given a ribbon with a number on the back for the daily drawings.  Children must have their ribbon at school when their number is drawn in order to receive their prize.  Please keep in mind our school dress code when dressing your student for Red Ribbon Week activities.

Monday-Be “RED’Y” to love yourself and be drug free! (Everyone wear red)  

Tuesday-Love yourself. Be too smart to start! (Wear your favorite College/University shirt). 

Wednesday-Hugs not Drugs! (Bring your favorite stuffed friend to school).  

Thursday-Love yourself like crazy, don’t do drugs! (Dress crazy: hair, socks, mismatched clothes, be creative!)    

Friday- Be a person of character, don’t do drugs! (Dress as your favorite book character-school appropriate)


Check out our 2013-2014 Rachel's challenge Service Projects. Liberty helped over  1000 people and 100's of animals.




 Our Rachel's Challenge theme for 2014-15 is  

"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.