Our General Membership meeting Tuesday night was very discouraging. We did not have enough members at our meeting to do any business (have to have at least 10 members to vote) and we only had one willing candidate to serve on our Nominating Committee for next year. The PTSA runs the risk of losing its 501c3 status if a Nominating Committee is not found and operational before April. Our Standing Rules recommends a minimum of three members.
If you could spare a little time over the next couple of months, we definitely need some PTSA members to step up and be on the Nominating Committee. It is not a big commitment – your obligation is to talk with people and see if they would be interested in running for office (President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer). It is not your obligation to run for office nor is it your obligation to find someone for every office. If you try your best and the spots are not filled, our PTSA has done its due diligence. It takes probably 4-5 hours to do a thorough job of reaching out to people. A slate of names would need to be gathered by our April general meetings.
If you would like to help with the Nominating Committee, please email Kimberly Montague at email@example.com. PTSA is doing some wonderful things for kids and the school. We need your help to continue.
Driver's Ed Class at Liberty
LIBERTY HS DRIVER’S EDUCATION CLASS
This is a 6 week, 48 hour program including 36 classroom
Hours, 6 behind-the-wheel hours and 6 observation hours.
? No weekend or evening classes
? Reasonable prices
? Hassle-free solution for parents and students
? A quality program
Next Session: February 10th – April 23rd.
Classes are Tuesday and Thursday 2:30 – 4:30 After School*
Students can sign up with Mr. Thruelsen in 5042.
See Thruelsen’s website (link from the Liberty Website) for application and *special summer
Phone (425) 837-4916. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hurry! The class fills up quickly. First come, first served
$100 will reserve a space in the class. Course fee: $525. Payments can be arranged.
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Happy New Year! PTSA Website Don't forget we have a website with the most up to date information regarding all things PTSA. http://libertyhighptsa.com/Home You will find information about Senior Events, donating to PTSA, volunteering for PTSA events, and much more. Volunteers Needed! Parents of Juniors, Sophomores and Freshmen are invited to volunteer to help with senior breakfast and grad night for this year's seniors. If you would like to help with one of these events, please contact Leslie Kahler at lesliekahler@Comcast.net . This is a great way to see what is ahead for you and your student. STUDENT SUPPORT As finals ... read full article
Posted January 8, 2015 by Kimberly Montague
Teens and Distracted Driving
DISTRACTED DRIVING CAN HAPPEN WITHOUT USING A CELL PHONE OR TEXTING Click here to view "Just a Few Seconds" video and share this important information with your teenage drivers so they will make better decisions regarding their driving habits. ... read full article
Posted August 28, 2014 by Kimberly Montague
What's the Difference Between PTSA and Booster Club?
Q: WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PTSA AND BOOSTER CLUB? A: The PTSA supports students, parents and Liberty staff as they focus on academic and life-skill goals for the students. The Booster Club supports these same students but focuses on enriching the athletic programs, clubs and co-curricular activities at Liberty. Q: WHAT IS THE FOCUS OF EACH ORGANIZATION? WHERE DOES THE MONEY GO? A: The PTSA primarily supports activities, events and items that occur or contribute to a student’s growth during the school day. The Booster Club supports the before and after school activities and athletics that enhance the high ... read full article