Hey Liberty! There will be Diversity Club meeting on Wednesday after school in room 1112.
All our welcome!
If you purchased a senior shirt, you may pick it up from Mrs. Bolitho in room 2204.
Pennies for Patients
This week Liberty will be participating in Pennies for Patients. All proceeds will go to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. At all lunch periods there will be donation boxes for each grade and staff to collect money. We will also be selling bracelets for $2 to show your support. The grade to raise the most money will win. Please donate to help fight against cancer!
Habitat for Humanity Spring Break Trip
There will be an informational meeting for anyone interested in going on the Habitat for Humanity Spring Break trip this Wednesday after school in Profe. Baxendale’s room 2120. You must be 16 by spring break in order to go on the trip.
Attention all ghouls, goblins, and plain ol’ freaks of nature! Come to our next Spanish Club meeting to celebrate “El dia de los muertos” or the Day of the Dead! Meet in room 2115 after school on Wednesday. It’ll be a spooooooky time with treats and crafts! Everyone is welcome to attend!
There will be a Gymnastics Information Meeting on Tuesday, October 28th, immediately after school in the Commons. If you are interested but unable to attend, please contact Coach Misty Lloyd-Matthews at email@example.com.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes will meet on Thursday before school in the health room.
Everyone is welcome at FCA. You do not need to be involved in a sport to attend. Please join us Thursday at 6:30 in the Health Room. On Thursday’s start your day with FCA.
Anyone interested in joining girls track this spring please go to Coach Dingus’s room in the math wing, room 1206, sometime this week so he can collect your contact information. If Coach Dingus already has your contact information you can still go and say hello.
5:30 a.m. greeting – outside front doors
The Liberty High School (OLHS) sophomore interdisciplinary classes are conducting a film research study called History vs. Hollywood. Students choose a film to spend the next three months researching and deciding if the events in the film are portrayed accurately. The end result is a meaty research paper and a huge presentation night January 7. Each film can only be chosen once, so students compete for their choices by “camping out” outside the school (with parent chaperones) as early as 12:30 a.m. to ensure they get the film they want. This year, the first movies chosen were:
- Schindler’s List
- Wolf of Wall Street
- League of Their Own
- 12 Years A Slave
The last movie chosen, when the last student arrived at 7:15 a.m. was Far and Away
Settled in the Hallway for “Camping” and waiting for movie selection
The students had:
- 300 Timbits
- 5 dozen donuts
- too much coffee/hot chocolate
- lots of fun
See you in the OLHS Commons Wednesday, January 7 from 7 to 9 p.m. for the final presentation night of History Vs. Hollywood!
Girls Soccer – SENIOR NIGHT
The girls soccer senior night will be THIS THURSDAY October 9 vs Olentangy. Come cheer on our soccer seniors at 7:15pm at home.