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College Planning Night
College Planning Night

Date:
Tuesday, September 27
Where:
Liberty HS
6:00p Shop or Swap for Homecoming & Launch Party
Shop or Swap for Homecoming & Launch Party

Date:
Wednesday, September 28
Time:
6:00p - 8:00p
Where:
Liberty Commons

All students are invited to attend and shop for free or bring something to swap. Dresses, tuxes, shoes, jewelry, purses, signups for free hair and makeup appointments the day of Homecoming, and prizes! Please deliver donated items to the front office on 9/28 or bring to event at 5pm during set-up. For more info, email Outreach@libertyhighptsa.com.
Class of '17 Senior Auction
Class of '17 Senior Auction

Date:
Saturday, October 1

Click here for more information about our 2017 Senior Auction and events!

http://www.lhs2017seniors.com/
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6:30p PTSA General Membership Meeting
PTSA General Membership Meeting

Date:
Tuesday, October 4
Time:
6:30p - 8:00p
Where:
Liberty HS Library

Everyone is welcome to attend!! We will go over the Budget/Standing Rules and share updates on Liberty PTSA programs and events. Please join us!
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All are Welcome!

Join us for a fantastic evening to benefit Liberty Seniors! 

We only have 40 tickets left for sale, so get yours before they sell out!

Saturday, October 1, 2016 • 5:30pm • Maplewood Golf Course 

You are invited to attend the annual Dinner Auction to raise funds for the 2017 graduating class of Liberty High School. Funds raised at this event will go to offset the cost of senior events, including Baccalaureate, Senior Breakfast and Grad Night Party.   It will be a delightful evening with a variety of auction items, intense bidding wars, fun games, delicious food,  great wine and more.  We have many incredible items, including a Guided Fishing Trip, a Signed Richard Sherman Football, Tickets to Disneyland, Dinner & Wine Tasting and Tour at Tsillian Winery in Chelan, and much more!

 Click here for more information and to buy tickets...

 

 

Wednesday, September 28, 6-8 PM 

Shop or Swap for Homecoming & Launch Party • Liberty Commons 

All students are invited to attend and can shop for free or bring something to swap! There will be dresses, tuxes, shoes, jewelry, purses, signups for free hair and makeup appointments the day of Homecoming, and prizes! There will be great music and a festive evening to kickoff our "Liberty Loves Liberty" Shop or Swap Program.

Items to donate? Please deliver them to the front office on 9/28 during the day or bring to our event at 5pm during set-up. We are looking for more hair stylists to help provide up-dos on the day of Homecoming, 10/15 at the Mirrormont Clubhouse 1-3 pm. Please let us know if you can help or know a stylist who can help. Prize drawings will include gift coupons for Mani/Pedi's, Corsage/boutonnieres, Hair Up-do's, and dinners, so please consider donating one of these items or know a business who can donate their services.

For more information, email Outreach@libertyhighptsa.com.

Thank you for help making this event a success for our students! 

 

Join Liberty High PTSA...CLICK HERE

Your membership and donations fund many programs and events that enrich our Liberty students' educational experience. Thank you so much for your support, membership, donations and corporate matching funds! 

Check out these exciting Member Benefits & Discounts that all Liberty PTSA members receive with their membership...Barnes & Noble, FedEx, Great Wolf Lodge, Key Arena, Silverwood, WA State (Puyallup) Fair, Wild Waves, Xfinity Arena...and more! 

 

If you plan on volunteering at Liberty High School this year you must complete the Issaquah School District background check online. Make sure to list all schools in the district that you would like to volunteer at during the online process. Click here to complete:  https://issaquahvolunteers.hrmplus.net/

**You will need to upload a copy of your driver's license. If you don't have a scanner handy, take a photo of your license with your phone and save it to your desktop. Complete your online application as soon as possible as it takes time to process and confirm you are approved to volunteer. Thank you!

 Please join PTSA and help support our students and school community! Liberty High PTSA does so many wonderful things for our students & staff here at Liberty and we would love to have you be a part of it!

WA State PTA Legislative Assembly
WSPTA Legislative Assembly Oct. 21-22 2016 LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY October 21-22 | Red Lion | Olympia   As an advocacy organization, the WSPTA holds a Legislative Assembly each fall and votes to determine what issues the PTA wants to support and put in front of the Washington State Legislation.  The Liberty PTSA sends delegates to vote on our Membership's behalf to have a voice in this process.   If you are interested in attending the WSPTA Legislative Assembly please contact Shelly Russell, Liberty PTSA President at president@libertyhighptsa.org     For a complete Legislative Assembly agenda click  here For a look at the issues to be ... read full article

LHS Choir Clothing & Textile Drive

Please support the Liberty High School Choirs Clothing and Textile Drive Do you have any unwanted clothing, shoes, towels, kitchen rags, sheets, etc. (any condition)?  Please consider donating to the Choir Clothing and Textile Drive.  The community drive-through drop-off will be on October 8th from 9-3:30 (in the parking lot behind the PAC) or bring your bags of unwanted textiles beginning Monday, September 6th to the LHS Music Room 1213 from noon 2:30pm each day.


Liberty HS Athletic Registration & Paperwork Info
CLICK HERE FOR Liberty High School 2016-2017 Athletic Registration **New Process for Sports Registration for the 2016-2017 School Year** High School Fall Sports practices start August 22nd!   ... read full article

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Liberty PTSA can benefit every time you visit Red Robin!

 


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Community Outreach & Volunteer Opportunities

1.       The Eastside Month of Concern for the Hungry kicks off this year with a region-wide food drive being held in September and October at grocery stores throughout the Eastside.   Join your neighbors and friends to help fill our local food bank shelves.  The Eastside Month of Concern for the Hungry, "Share What You Can," campaign collects food and cash donations during the month-long food drive to fill food bank shelves with non-perishable food items before the holidays.  Volunteers will help by greeting patrons at participating stores, passing out "most needed item" shopping lists, and thanking people for donations.   Find volunteer opportunities at http://www.eastsideforum.org/fooddrive/

2.       Eastside Baby Corner’s 7th Annual Pants Party is Sept. 10, 2016 !  Help EBC collect 5,000 pairs of pants for back to school, and then stay for the Wild West themed event, 10am – 2pm Eastside Baby Corner Hub at 1510 NW Maple St., Issaquah  http://babycorner.org/

3.       Issaquah Food and Clothing Bank’s 4th annual Recipe for Hope Breakfast on September 21.  The IFCB serves 400-500 households each week, or 1000 – 1200 individuals, and provides 8-10 supplementary meals per person.  More than half of those served are children and seniors.  Many clients have experienced a problem that snowballs into other problems – sudden illness or injury, job loss, abuse or neglect, loss of housing, loss of transportation, or lack of affordable day care. The thing that IFCB clients have in common is that they never expected to need the sort of help they find at the food bank.  The IFCB also provides clothing, toiletries, household goods, referrals to a network of supporting agencies, and special programs such as Groceries to Go, Holiday Gift Barn and the Summer Lunch/Lunch for the Break Programs that address food insecurity when students do not have access to the school district’s free/reduced lunch program.  Eastridge Church - 24205 SE Issaquah-Fall City Road, Coffee meet and greet will begin at 7:00 AM, The breakfast presentation will run from 7:30 AM - 8:30 AM  request a minimum of $100 contribution  https://issaquahfoodbank.org/recipe-for-hope

Current Programs

1.       On October 17, the Dental Mobile Van will be located at Eastridge Church from 9 a.m, to 2 p.m.  Attendees must register in advance with Rebecca at the Food and Clothing Bank https://issaquahfoodbank.org/

2.       2. ENGLISH FOR WORK - AN ESL PROGRAM through Hopelink. Learn English. Prepare for Work. Free classes starting each quarter http://adulteducation.hope-link.org/what-we-do/esl/

3. OSLC Safe Parking can provide a safe place for Eastside families and single women who are homeless with no place to stay except their cars. No single men, please. Safe Parking times are 9 PM—9 AM. No campers or trailers. This is intended to be a transitional program for families to become stabilized and get into more permanent housing. Intake procedures are required and include criminal records check. Our Savior Lutheran Church 745 Front Street South, Issaquah, WA 98027 Leave Message @ 425-200-0669

4. Child Care resources: http://childcare.org/family-services/

5. Study Zone at our libraries ! Issaquah, Newcastle, Renton Highlands, and Sammamish libraries offer drop-in for free homework help from trained volunteer tutors during the week ! Tutoring begins Tuesday, September 9, 2016.  The Study Zone schedule is updated frequently and occasionally the volunteer tutors may be unavailable for a scheduled session.  Please check for updates at http://kcls.org/study-zone/  or contact your KCLS library before planning to attend a Study Zone session.  

6. Life After High School Programs offered through KCLS SAT/ACT Math Preparation Tips, The World as Your Classroom, Secrets of College Admissions, Gap Year Study Abroad, College Success for Students with Disabilities, Get a job! The Intelligent Job Search, Your College Planning Checklist and more !    http://kcls.org/teen-subject/life-after-high-school-resources/

7. Find out if you qualify for a computers and/or free internet access: http://washingtonaccessfund.org/free-and-low-cost-computers/

8. Issaquah School District students with financial hardship may be eligible for a free computer.


Thank You PTSA Volunteers for Staff Back to School Lunch!
Thank you PTSA Volunteers! Thank you to all our PTSA volunteers who provided a wonderful lunch for our Liberty Staff 8/31! Thank you for your time, generosity, and culinary talents.  The entire Liberty Staff appreciated the delicious lunch! ... read full article

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