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    Thursday January 18, 2018

    A DAY


    EARLY RELEASE: JV boys soccer 2:15


    BREAKFAST/LUNCH: A hot breakfast and lunch of a variety of items and daily specials are served every day. Choose from pizza, deli sandwiches, chicken burger, salads and fruit/yogurt parfaits plus Fruit/veggies/white or chocolate milk. Today’s special is: Lions bowl (popcorn chicken, mashed potatoes and gravy)


    It’s time for the first SPIRIT WEEK of 2018. “Let’s Glow Crazy!”

    Today Glow Rally day! The Glow Rally is scheduled during period 2 and we will honor our winter sports athletes.  For this rally: Seniors:  Wear WHITE, Juniors: Wear PINK, Sophomores: Wear YELLOW, Freshmen: Wear ORANGE  

    Fri: Crazy Lion Pride



    Congratulations to Kieran Thigpen for being accepted to enter the scholarship portion of the DAR, Good Citizen Award after he was nominated by his senior class for showing outstanding Leadership, Dependability, Service and Patriotism. As a result, Kieran was the 1st runner up in the Anne Loucks Chapter of the Daughters Of The American Revolution Good Citizen Award scholarship and was awarded $100, a special state DAR Good Citizen pin and a certificate. Make sure to congratulate Kieran! (1/18)


    Job posting -Do you like preforming? Are you outgoing, silly, funny, and work good with children? Or maybe you just like to run the show? Then Gloria's Unique Creations and Costume Rentals is looking for you and is now hiring. You must be at least 16 to apply. Pick up a flyer in the College and Career Center to apply! (1/19)


    Sophomores & Juniors:  The Mock SAT/ACT Combo test will be held on Saturday, Feb. 3rd from  8:30 am – 12:30 pm in the Library.  This is a GREAT way to find out which type of test you score better on so you can begin to prepare for your college entrance exams.  The score only goes to you.  It is strictly for practice .  Fee is $15.00 and is paid in the student store.  Please come to the College & Career Center to obtain a Fee Waiver. (1/18)


    Attention first generation college, African American, Latino, Asian American, Native American, and Pacific Islander students:  Please come to the college and career center during lunch today to learn about the CSU East Bay Education Summit coming in February.  This is a free event, transportation and lunch included.  If you can’t make the meeting, please see Mrs. Silva in B1 or in the college and career center. (1/18)


    Not sure what to do after High School?

    The Career Center is offering an ASVAB test on January 24, at 8:00 a.m. This test is more than an entrance exam for the military, but a great opportunity to explore careers and identify your skills and strengths. The test is open to 10, 11 and 12 grade. Students can sign up in the Career Center (1/19)


    SOPHOMORES:  The Buck Fellows Scholarship Program is offering amazing scholarship opportunities for students who have high academic aptitude, strong character, and a commitment to improving their communities, but lack the resources, support and guidance to fully realize their goals.  This program is designed to provide mentorship, funding for summer enrichment programs such as travel to a foreign country, wilderness expeditions, academic programs on a college campus, academic support, extremely generous  financial support, local college visits, college application guidance and assistance with choosing a major and managing all deadlines for applications.  Please come to the College & Career Center for more information or go to the following link to read more about the Buck Fellows Scholarship Program.  www.buckscholars.org (1/19)


    SENIORS: The Local Scholarship Application is available online on the LHS school website on the College & Career Center tab.  Applications should be typed.  Any questions, please see Mrs. Perkins or Ms. Salinas in B-3.  Completed applications are due Friday, 2/2 by 4:00 pm to the College & Career Center.(1/31)


    There is a MATH CLUB Meeting today . The first 36 students that arrive to the meeting have a chance to earn a prize.(1/18)


    ASB OFFICERS: Do you want to get more involved in Liberty for the 2018-2019 school year?  Want to have a voice and organize Liberty’s traditions, spirit and culture?  If you answered yes, you may want to run for ASB Officer.  ASB Officer Applications will be available in D2 and for download online.(1/18)


    SWIM/DIVE: Any students interested in swim or dive this season should attend an informational meeting at lunch today, in the Old Gym. (1/18)


    IMPROVAPALOOZA! Come see the Improv Team for a night of laughs tonight, at 7pm in the PAC. Tickets are $5 at the door! See you there (1/18)


    ART CLUB! Don’t forget to bring in any of your unsold product and money from Smencil sales today in J11 at lunch. We need the money returned asap so we can plan our spring field trip! For all members and those who would like to become members, we are working on Japanese carp windsocks this today and next Thursday. Come and make a beautiful and festive windsock to hang outside your home in the spring! Art club is free and everyone is welcome………..the artistic, artistically challenged, men, women, frosh or senior………… It’s an eclectic mix of great people. Come join us every Thursday at lunch in Miss Koett’s room- J11. (1/18)


    SENIORS PLANNING TO ATTEND LMC NEXT FALL have the opportunity to take a FREE Class here on our Liberty campus on how to be successful in college.  You will earn high school elective credits and college elective credits.  Please come to Den 4 at lunch or after school for more information.   Space is limited…so first come first serve!  (Ms. Abono 1/19)


    Hey everyone: Did you get A’s and B’s on your grade report last semester? Do you plan to go to college? You should join CSF and NHS! Please come to N-18 for more information and an application. And remember, ALL students must RE-APPLY EVERY Semester, so if you were a member last semester, or last year, you must re-apply NOW to maintain your membership! (1/19)


    Our first BLOOD DRIVE of 2018 is here.  It will take place on Monday, January 22 in the PAC. If you are 17 or older, you can sign up to donate blood, or you can be 16 with Parent Permission.  Sign-ups take place at lunch in room D2.  (1/19)


    COURSE SELECTION FOR NEXT YEAR: On Tuesday 1/24 and Thursday 1/26 students will be released from class to sign up for courses: Tuesday Den 1 and 2 Juniors will come to the PAC during 6th period. Den 3 and 4 Juniors will come to the PAC during 7th period. Thursday, Den 1 and 2 Sophomores will come to the PAC during 5th period. Den 3 and 4 Sophomores will come to the PAC during 8th period. Please make sure to come the PAC during your assigned presentation after we make the loud speaker announcement. You will not need to bring anything other than yourself and your ID card. (1/23)


    WORLD TRAVEL: Want to visit Athens Greece and Rome Italy?  Come by L-5 to pick up a flier about this trip next October Break. (Cornwell 1/26)


    SUMMER SCHOOL APPLICATIONS are available in your Den Office before school, at lunch and after school for students who have failed a course needed for graduation or college eligibility.  (3/16)


    THIS DAY IN HISTORY:. In 1943 the US government temporarily bans pre sliced bread to cut down on bakery’s demand for metal parts.