Greetings Liberty families! We know these last few weeks have been a transition unlike anything we have ever experienced before. We just wanted to let you all know that you are doing AWESOME! Parents, on top of all the responsibilities you have, you have now taken on the additional responsibility of helping your child adapt to distance learning and that is no small task.

Monday, we embark on a whole new learning journey as we officially launch distance learning! We want to make sure you feel prepared to get started. Check out our district website to see a series of videos and resources to help you hit the ground running.

We have transitioned to Online Distance Learning as a requirement to meet the pass/no grade system. Teachers will be keeping record of attendance and participation.

As we adapt to Distance Learning, equitable outcomes for all students remains our focus. We will continue to hold equity at the center of our work by providing access to educational materials through multiple modes. This includes virtual classrooms and printed learning packets.

Each week Liberty teachers will share assignments and activities through Google Classroom/SeeSaw and provide multiple opportunities for students to virtually collaborate and connect with their peers and teachers.

Although we have moved from optional supplemental learning to required distance learning, we still have our supplemental resources available for families at the food distribution sites.

Routines are important! Just like during a regular school day, families should try to keep to a schedule while understanding that some days may look different.

We post messages on our Liberty Website and Facebook as well. Please follow Liberty Elementary Facebook page. You will see our Liberty Leopard Logo.

We miss our students! Maintaining your social and emotional health is of utmost importance during this closure. Take care of yourself so you can take care of others. Be sure to reach out if you need support, we are always here to support you and your family. Stay home and stay safe!