LHS is hosting a winter blood drive on Wed. Jan. 23rd (extended hours for teachers & parents). Help local patients and our students by giving blood. Donors will receive a long-sleeve t-shirt as a thank you for helping up to 3 lives with their blood donation. Teachers are welcome to share the email below with parents, family members & friends. The blood drive is open to the commuinity, the more donors who give the more lives LHS helps.
Help reach the goal to collect 20 donations or more, your blood type is very important to support local patients
Liberty High School Blood Drive
Wednesday, January 23rd (11am - 4 pm)
2727 E. 201st South
Mounds, OK 74047
Schedule your appointment today by clicking the link above or sign up with Ms. Flippin
You can help out the Robotics Club by clicking on the following link and shopping on line at one of several stores, through the Liberty website. This is an on-going, year ‘round fund raising event. Thank you for your support!
Libery Tiger Network
"Join the Liberty Tigers Network as your Host Solomon Post and Kylie Atwell take you to the latest events at Liberty schools. while sportscaster Kassie Mayberry. This weekly program will highlight upcoming events and special programs. Tune in to here campus interviews from Josie Sutter. The Crew of LTN includes Head Writer Ashley Hill, Logistical Manager, Lisandra Camarena, Head Cameraman/Editor Zac Carter, Producer/Director/Head Editor Jake Teenor, and Executive Producer Raymond Rodgers.
Just a few more weeks that the 2019 Liberty Public Schools Yearbook will be available for $30, the lowest price of the year. Be sure to get your order. You may order online by going to https://www.jostens.com or stop by the high school to place your order
Seven members of the Robotics Club recently attended the Global Conference for Educational Robotics. Jeremy Bartosh, Logan Culver, Hayden Forest, Donovan Potts, Ayden Whitaker, Isaac Byrd, Austin Reichert formed two teams that ranked 35 and 53 of 61 teams from around the world. Both teams worked hard, learned new things, and had fun in their free time.