Defining our Mantra: TRRFCC

As we get started on our second month of school (can you believe it?), the season is starting to change. The days will get shorter and cooler weather will be upon us as autumn commences. One thing that will not change with the season is our six pillars of character that we use day in and day out: Trust, Respect, Responsibility, Fairness, Caring and Citizenship (TRRFCC). When our students graduate from Liberty, it’s important to us that they move on with these character attributes that will ultimately help them succeed and make a positive impact in their communities.

A special letter to LTS Phoenix Parents from Superintendent

Dear Parents,

We know you have options when it comes to your child’s education, and I want to thank you for partnering with us. We truly value our students and parents and believe that all children have the ability to be successful both in and outside our school.

Giving our teachers a pat on the back

If you ask your child what makes him or her successful at our school, he or she will probably tell you about our excellent teachers. What students take away from a successful education usually centers around a strong connection with teachers who inspire them to achieve their dreams.

Teach and Enrich: Our plan to utilize Beyond Textbooks

This year, Liberty is proud to begin using Beyond Textbooks. As Common Core standards are further implemented across the state, we are rising to meet the challenge. We want to help our students succeed by introducing this innovative program.

Back to School Time is Here!

Parents, buckle up, it is time to get ready for school! School resumes at Liberty Traditional on Wednesday, July 30th, so it is time to get geared up for your children to resume their educations.

The Liberty Advantage

We are always looking for ways in which to improve academic achievement, especially in the areas of reading and mathematics. According to recent research, programs that were designed to enhance social and emotional support among children also improved academic performance.

Summer school

Summer School will begin on June 5th, starting at 8:00 am and will go until 12:00 p.m. each day Monday through Friday. The final day of Summer School is Friday, June 27th. Breakfast and lunch will be served each day. There will be intensive focus on reading (2 hours daily) and math (2 hours daily).

Over the summer, try unplugging

It’s hard to believe that another school year is almost over! Once the children are out of school, it’s important to keep them occupied. Perhaps the children’s access to screen media – from TV to computers to electronic games – goes down over the summer. The kids may not know it, but that’s a good thing!

Helping children cope with change

News flash: We’re almost at the end of another school year! As if anyone needing reminding, right? Our school is busy wrapping up lesson plans and planning graduation ceremonies. At such a busy time, it’s easy to overlook a child who might be struggling with the emotions that often come at the end of a school year.