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    October 12, 2018



    Thank you Liberty students and families for your great attendance the first six weeks of the school year, some of the highest ever:  Discovery Academy – 95.8, Kindergarten – 98.1, First Grade – 98.8, Second Grade – 98.0, Third Grade – 98.2, Fourth Grade – 98.8, Fifth Grade – 99.0; truly outstanding work Eagles, thank you!

    Congratulations to Liberty, PTA, and Julie Brand and the Book Fair volunteers for earning a Certificate of Achievement from Scholastic for adding 2,056 books to homes and libraries last school year through our book fair purchases!

    Thank you to the families who purchased Teacher Wish List items in the first few weeks of school and to PTA for finishing up with the few remaining wish list items.

    Thank you to everyone who participated in National Walk to School Day and to coordinator Shannon Thompson for helping make it a success!   Thank you to our Kindergarten family members who attended the Community Helper Parade!

    Thank you to each of the volunteers who supervised lunch Thursday!  Thank you to second grade volunteers for your work with Love Pacs sorting and packing!  Thank you to PTA board members and chairpersons for your meeting attendance and continued work on behalf of students and families!  Thank you to Teresa Viele on representing Liberty in the LISD Engage program for community members!  Thank you to the adult family members who continue to meet with teachers for fall conferences! 



    We are looking forward to a great first ever Liberty Flying Eagles Fun Run next Friday, October 19!   A form is attached to this message for your convenience to complete and return to the main office as soon as possible.

    Now is the time to purchase your 2018-2019 yearbook if you did not include it with the Eagle Fee!  **If you are uncertain if you purchased the 2018-2019 yearbook, please contact Melanie Sibley at or contact the Main Office.**  The online option is now available by going to and selecting Yearbook.  Then please follow the steps to complete the order.  Each book is $25.00. Please know that additional copies may not be available at the end of the school year.

    We are now accepting student Reflections entries in the main office through October 22!  If you have not done so already, please let us know what "Heroes Around Me" means to you through your entry of dance choreography, film production, literature, music composition, photography, and visual arts.  Please email with any questions.  Entry Forms:  or m_TXPTA_Fillable.pdf; 

    Rules: 20Packet_English.pdf



    The end of the first nine weeks grading period will occur today and will be an early release day for all students at 11:45am.  Discovery Academy students must be picked up today no later than 4:30pm.

    National School Lunch Week is Monday, October 15 through Friday, October 19.

    Please join us in recognizing and showing our appreciation to our food service staff members Wednesday, October 17, at 1:15pm.  Notes, cards, and other forms of appreciation are welcomed.

    The Liberty PTA is supporting a wear pink day for women’s cancer on Thursday, October 18.  Be sure to wear your Pink Out shirts.

    The FMHS varsity football team will be Athletes for Literacy on Thursday, October 18, from 2:20pm to 2:50pm.

    Our annual Fall Field Day will be held Friday, October 19, from 8:30am to 2:30pm.  We will take the All School Picture that morning at 8:00am with all students and staff dressed in our grade level shirts provided by the Eagle Fee.  Please prepare students for being out in the sunshine prior to their leaving home that morning.  Voting to select the yearbook cover for this school year will also take place that day.  Our Flying Eagles Fun Run also be held on that day and we look forward to great participation!  The informational fliers are attached to this message.

    National School Bus Safety Week is Monday, October 22 through Friday, October 26.

    Our focus on Red Ribbon activities will occur the week of Monday, October 22 through Friday, October 26.

    The October Student Council meeting is Tuesday, October 23, from 3:00pm to 4:00pm.  Members must wear their official polo shirt to attend and should bring their committee folder with them.

    We will recognize our First Student Transportation bus drivers at 2:45pm on Wednesday, October 24.  Please feel free to join us by sending a thank you note or another form of recognition.

    Liberty Night at Chick-fil-A will be Wednesday, October 24, from 5:00pm to 9:00pm.  Hope to see you there!

    PTA will recognize students with birthdays in October during the lunch shifts on Thursday, October 25.  Family members are encouraged to be a part of the special decorations and treats, compliments of your Liberty PTA.

    Our next Jaguar Spirit Day is Friday, October 26, in support of Mound Showdown Day with Marcus High School!

    The Liberty PTA will be hosting a family Trunk or Treat event on Tuesday, October 30, from 5:30pm to 7:00pm.  Those distributing candy will park and hand out treats in the southeast (staff) parking lot and all other attendees will park in the southwest (visitors) parking lot.  An informational flier is attached to the message.



    The scheduling of parent/guardian teacher conferences is underway and every family is encouraged to participate.

    A reminder that the wearing of Halloween costumes at school Wednesday, October 31, or any other time, is not an instructional day expectation.


    Lewisville ISD Fall Safety Reminder

    Fall is here and with the cooler temperatures, we know our students participate in more outdoor activities – on and off our campuses. Due to this, we encourage you to talk with your child(ren) about safety and awareness when they are out and about in the community.

    When children walk, ride their bikes, wait at bus stops, travel to activities, etc., please remind them to be aware of their surroundings and to travel in groups to ensure their safety from those they may not know. Additionally, remind them to report anything that causes them concern to a trusted adult.

    As always, your positive support, involvement, and feedback are greatly appreciated.  Have a great week!

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