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    September 27, 2019


    The Character Trait for next week is Citizenship!



    Thank you to the members of the Building Leadership Team for your meeting attendance and participation Tuesday afternoon!  Thank you to each of the volunteer moms that assisted with the Student Council Leadership Workshop and to the other Student Council families for your support!

    Thank you to Scott Sample and Miquel Saldivar for volunteering as WATCH D.O.G.S this week!

    Please join us in welcoming out new lead custodian Maria Triana to the Liberty family!



    PTA Membership and Check Writing Campaign Updates:  435 members (only 20 away from a three year high and 13 away from a Generations recognition), four community members so far, and $14,715 for the campaign (only $285 from our goal)!

    The scheduling of parent (guardian) teacher conferences has begun and every family is strongly encouraged to attend a face to face conference with the classroom teacher(s) of their student(s) during the month of October.

    We continue to collect Box Tops and thank you for sending in your pre-cut Box Tops to the homeroom teacher in clear bags.

    One day each month the PTA helps cover the lunch periods for the teachers so they can enjoy some well-deserved time together. Our next opportunity to do this is Thursday, October 10, and we need volunteers to help make this happen! There are 30-minute time slots are available for all grade levels including Discovery Academy. Please help and signup today!  October Lunch Coverage  *Reminder* that you must have a current background check on file with the district in order to volunteer*. The application is available on the district homepage under the Parents tab and then volunteer/background check.  

    It is time to clean out your closets!! Liberty Elementary School PTA is partnering with Clothes Bin: Clothes and Shoes Recycling Bins to protect our environment and raise funds for our school. See the flier in the next Eagle folder for all the items that are acceptable donations. Drop off items in the green bin located in our southwest parking lot. Liberty will receive a dollar amount per pound of textiles collected. It is a win-win situation for our environment and our school!

    Community Partnerships with the PTA are now available! We are introducing this benefit to our Liberty families first, since we know many of you have your own businesses that you may wish to promote via the PTA. For just $50, your business can join and receive the following benefits: thank you on our PTA Facebook page, thank you in our PTA newsletter and your logo on a special Community Partners page of our website with a link directly to your website, along with a short write up of the services you provide. Please see the attached form for registration or get started online at selecting a Community Partner membership. 

    Students can show their imagination and creativity by submitting entries in any or all of the six categories in the National PTA Reflections program starting September 19 - October 21.  Show us what “Look Within” means to you!    Visit for Entry Forms:  For Rules:



    The month of October is Dyslexia Awareness Month, National Physical Therapy Awareness Month, and School Priority Month.

    Please join us in recognizing and showing our appreciation to our custodial staff members Tuesday, October 1.  Notes, cards, and other forms of appreciation are welcomed.

    Fourth Grade will hold its Harry Potter Hat Sorting Ceremony in the cafeteria on Tuesday, October 1, at 8:15am.

    Be sure not to miss our Liberty Night at Costa Vida on Tuesday, October 1, from 4:00pm to 9:00pm. All students will receive a coloring page in their Eagle Folder that day to complete and bring with them to display in the restaurant with the winner being awarded a free meal!

    International Walk to School Day is Wednesday, October 2.  Help us celebrate a safe environment for walking to school, healthier habits, and cleaner air by either walking or riding your bike to school on Wednesday, October 2.

    We will conduct our monthly evacuation drill on Wednesday, October 2, during the school day.

    Student Council will conduct its annual Heavenly Hats donation drive to provide headwear to persons with cancer.  Students simply pay $1.00 or more to their homeroom teacher to wear any school appropriate hat on Thursday, October 3.

    The FMHS Theatre Department will present “Pinocchio” in the cafeteria Thursday, October 3, at 8:00am.

    The Liberty PTA Board will have its monthly meeting Thursday, October 3, at 9:00am in the PTA work room.

    Friday, October 4, will be Camp spirit day.  Everyone is invited to wear camping clothes, plaids, camp shirts from organizations like Scouts, VBS, Sports, Space, etc. or the Camp Liberty Eagle Fee shirt.

    The annual 21-Day Challenge for all students, families, and staff begins Monday, October 7 and runs through Sunday, October 27.  Each family should have received information in the Eagle Folder earlier this week.

    Kindergarten families and guests should plan to join us for our annual Community Helper Parade on Thursday, October 10, at 2:00pm.  Please be sure to allow yourself enough time to check in at the main office prior to the event.

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

    We will have Pink Out spirit day on Friday, October 11, with everyone encouraged to wear pink shirts and accessories.

    Liberty will host the annual Flower Mound Fire Department fire prevention programs in the cafeteria on Friday, October 11, with Discovery Academy, Kindergarten, First Grade, and Second Grade attending at 8:15am and Third Grade, Fourth Grade, and Fifth Grade attending at 9:00am.

    There will be no school Monday, October 14, due to Columbus/Fair Day.



    The end of the first nine weeks grading period is actually approaching quickly.  Now would be a great opportunity to log into Skyward Family Access and check on completed, or not, assignments and graded work.

    It would be helpful at home to repeat our school message to students about reporting any unwanted, disrespectful, inappropriate, etc. type action between students to the nearest adult as immediately as possible.  This approach helps with intervening in a timely manner, addressing the parties involved, receiving accurate information as much as possible, and applying meaningful consequences.  Situations that are delayed or left unreported are not helpful and over time could lead to an on-going and frustrating experience. 

    Calling all Future Jaguars!  Tonight is Junior Jags night at Neal E. Wilson Stadium at FMHS.  We invite you to join us as we cheer our Jaguars on to victory over the Lewisville Fighting Farmers.  We would like you to bring your families to the tailgate and stay for the game where you will be able to run on the field at pregame and receive free admission to the game.  Print the attached ticket and show your pride by wearing a school spirit shirt or Jaguar spirit wear for free Junior Jag admission to the game.  Here is a rundown for the evening:

    5:00-6:30-Tailgate with food , drinks and tailgating games open to everyone

    5:30-Player Walk

    6:30-Junior Jags line up in the Junior Jags Corral

    6:45-Junior Jags will run through the Jag helmet on field under the Friday Night Lights (then back to their parents in the Junfior Jags Corral)

    7:00 Kickof

    We hope you join us on this exciting night.  Don't forget to print your attached ticket for free (child) admission to the game.

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

    We will be on All School Morning Assembly Schedule on Thursday, October 3, for the FMHS performance of “Pinocchio”.


    All School Morning Assembly Schedule

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