May 21

Tuesday, May 23
2:30p - 4:00p
Jun 1
No School - Memorial Day
No School - Memorial Day

Monday, May 29
7:00p PTSA Board Meeting
PTSA Board Meeting

Tuesday, May 30
7:00p - 8:00p
Career Center
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ATTN: Class of 2018 Parents 

Please join us May 25th at 7pm in the Career Center in Liberty to help us brainstorm about the upcoming Senior Auction and other graduation activities. The Senior Auction will raise funds to help offset the costs of The Grad Night tickets. If you plan to attend, please RSVP to Auction Chairperson Joanne Elledge at Thank you.




WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7th, 2017 at Chipotle in Issaquah

Dine here ANYTIME between 12:00pm-9pm that day

A percentage of proceeds will go towards the Class of 2020 Grad Events!

Just tell the cashier that you are supporting this fundraiser and your purchases will be credited to our Class of 2020!





We are still looking for volunteers for Board and Committee Chair positions for Liberty PTSA next year: 

Membership: The Membership Chair inputs and uploads membership information to the WSPTA database, provides monthly membership updates, and helps the Board as needed with membership campaigns.  Busiest time is Sept - October. As a member of the Board of Directors you will be expected to attend monthly meetings. 

Way & Means: The Ways & Means  Chair oversees passive fundraising opportunities for PTSA, such as Escrip, Matching Gifts, Amazon Smile, etc. We are always looking for passive fundraisers and this will a chance to explore other opportunities. As a member of the Board of Directors you will be expected to attend monthly meetings. 

Campus Beautification Chair: This committee works to improve and maintain Liberty's campus, including landscaping,  planting beds cleanup and general appearance. You do have a budget to work with. This work is done by volunteers - at one to two events per year, typically in the Fall and Spring. 

 If you would like more information about any of these positions for the 2017-2018 school year, please contact us at 



The purpose of the ISD Levy Development Committe is to advise the Superintendent as he prepares a recommendation for the school board to approve levy issues for the 2018 ballot. The Committee is made up of 44 representatives from each of our Schools, Principals, Senior/Retired Community, PTSA Council, Certificated Staff Rep, Classified Staff Rep, and Community Members at Large. There are 3 proposed levies - Transportation, Capital Levy (Techonology & Critical Repairs) and the M&O (Maintenance and Operations Levy). Click here for Transportation Levy and May 3rd meeting details. Click here to read the Capital Levy Priority 1 and Priority 2 proposals and May 17th meeting details. The next meeting of the committee is May 31st.



Congratulations Liberty PTSA for achieving Standards of Excellence

GOLD Level & Membership SILVER Level!

Washington State PTA recognized our PTSA at the State Convention in April for following best practices and going above and beyond what's required of our association. Liberty PTSA also achieved the SILVER membership Award for growing the Liberty High PTSA membership by 5% over last year. Thank you to ALL PTSA members for joining PTSA and your support of PTSA programs and events for our Liberty students this year!


Attn: Class of 2018 Parents!

Click here for information about next years committees

Click here to Like! the Class of 2018 Facebook Page for updates


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, Wild Waves, Xfinity Arena...and more! 


READ the Current Issue of the National PTA "OUR CHILDREN" Digital Magazine Here!

Our Children is National PTA's online magazine for parents.

Today's PTA is dedicated to empowering parents to make a difference in the

education, health, and safety of America's children.



The Liberty High PTSA's mission is to support the Liberty community to achieve

academic and life-skills goals for all students.  ______________________________________________________________________________________________

 Please join Liberty 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!

As a member of Liberty High PTSA you are also a member of the WA State PTA & National PTA. Click on the links below to view your additional membership benefits from the WA State PTA & National PTA!


REPAIR TIME - Issaquah Library May 6 - 10am-1pm
REPAIR TIME - SATURDAY May 6th, 10am-1pm at the Issaquah Library Don't toss your broken lamp, ripped jeans or busted chair! Bring them to the free REPAIR CAFE! Skilled "fixers" will help you repair your damaged household items to keep them out of the landfill and save you money! Free repair of small household items (small enough for 1 person to carry) • No leaky, dangerous or smelly items • Nothing that uses gasoline • No appointments, you must be present during the repair • No guarantees that an item can be fixed or won't be made worse during the repair. ... read full article

ISF Dining for Kids Weds April 5th
Dining for Kids Wednesday April 5 th ! Join us all day on Wednesday, April 5 th at either participating restaurant for our monthly Dining for Kids event! Uncle Si’s Pizza & Katie’s on the Lake! A local favorite, Uncle Si’s Pizza will serve it’s famed pizzas, calzones, grinders and salads. Or, head next door to the newest restaurant in town, Katie’s on the Lake! Katie’s, an upscale dining experience on the shores of Lake Sammamish in Sammamish, WA will offer discerning diners a fresh take on locally sourced flavors. At either restaurant, a portion of your meal purchase will ... read full article

Save The Date - Issaquah Schools Foundation Lunch/Breakfast
19th Annual  Nourish Every Mind  Benefit Luncheon Thursday, May 11, 2017, Meydenbauer Center, Bellevue 11:00 am – Networking time, wine wall, displays and more   Noon – 1:00 pm - Lunch & Program   4 th Annual Nourish Every Mind Benefit Breakfast Wednesday, May 17, 2017 at Eastridge Church, Issaquah 7:00 – 7:30 am – Networking time, displays and Breakfast Buffet 7:30 – 8:30 am - Program ... read full article

Congratulations LHS Reflections District Winners!
Congratulations to our 3 Liberty High Student Artists who are district winners! Last night the Issaquah PTSA Council held its district Reflections Reception at Issaquah High School where Liberty Reflections Finalists Artwork was displayed along with all other 23 school finalists entries in the district. District finalists (who advance to State) were announced. Liberty is proud to have 3 district finalists who have advanced to the State level!  We were so proud of the artwork from Liberty that was displayed at the Reception January 10th.    Congratulations to Liberty District Finalists who have advanced to the State level for judging: ... read full article

AmazonSmile Benefits Liberty High School
Support Liberty PTSA while shopping with 1 click!  It's easy with Amazon's Holiday Gift Guides. #StartWithaSmile at for your holiday gifts and Amazon donates to Liberty PTSA. Gift Guide Link: ... read full article

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A Message from the Issaquah Schools Foundation
A Message from the Issaquah Schools Foundation.... Thank you to the more than 1,200 guests who attended the Nourish Every Mind Breakfast & Luncheon! Collectively, we raised more than $766,000,  providing limitless possibilities for our kids!   ... read full article

Thanks to Dicks Drive In Restaurants!
Liberty High School would like to give a big shout out to Dick’s Drive-In Restaurants! Our classroom emergency supplies will be stored in buckets generously donated by Dick’s Drive-in! Fingers crossed the new south end location won’t be too far away! Thank you again for your generosity! ... read full article

Congrats 2016-2017 Golden Acorn Winners!
Congratulations to 2016-2017 Liberty PTSA Golden Acorn Winners:   Libbie FitzGerald and Kim Weiss   Libbie is a long time PTSA volunteer who is our Issaquah Schools Foundation Ambassador, Outreach Co-Chair, Baccalaureate Co-Chair, PTSA Nominating Committee member and Staff Appreciation committee. She also volunteers at LHS Boys Swim Team meets, LHS Concessions, and the Seattle Humane Society. Her outstanding 'above and beyond' volunteer efforts for our PTSA, school and community show how truly deserving she is of this Award. Congratulations Libbie!   Kim works tirelessly for the children at Liberty High School and Issaquah! She is currently our PTSA Outreach Co-Chair, who ... read full article

Congratulations to LHS State Reflections Winner!
Congratulations to Liberty student Annabelle Smith Washington State PTA Reflections Award Winner! Annabelle received a State Award of Merit for her Dance Choreography entry! Annabelle will be honored by the Washington State PTA at a State Reception in April. If you are interested in entering Reflections Art Program in Fall 2017, Click here for more information Liberty PTSA coordinates this program for our Liberty Students, Grades 9-12 The 2017-2018 Theme is "Within Reach" 5 categories to enter your work of art: Visual Arts • Photography • Music Composition • Literature • Film Production • Dance Choreography Click here for a complete list ... read full article

Advocacy Special Event - March 2nd
How will WA State Pay for Our Kids' Education? What education funding models are they talking about in Olympia right now? What are the benefits and challenges of the "prototypical school" model our state currently uses? What are the benefits and challenges of "student-centered" approaches, like the one recently proposed in our WA State Senate? COME FIND OUT NEXT WEEK! EVERYONE IS WELCOME!   Because PTA is a nonpartisan organization, this will be a nonpartisan, educational event.   Guest Speaker:  Kelly Munn, League of Education Voters, State Field Director WHEN:  Thursday, March 2, 2017; 12pm to 1pm (directly following the LWPTSA ... read full article

Mid-Winter Lunch for the Break
                                 Mid-winter Lunch for the Break  Program  Our community feeding children when it counts most!   We are 230 boxes short for the February 15th drop-off.       Lunch for the Break has expanded to cover the entire Issaquah School District!  We need your help!   Our goal is to ensure no child is hungry during school breaks. Let's keep every child fed during school breaks. Learn more about this important program and register/donate here.     OUR ask... Please join us by putting ... read full article

PBSES Family Nights
Positive Behavior and Social Emotional Support Family Nights Families are invited to join the ISD for its second annual PBSES (Positive Behavior and Social Emotional Support) workshop this coming January 2017. Topics covered will include engagement vs. compliance, demonstrations of strategies that enhances engagement with your students, and how to use PBSES at home. The workshop will focus on motivation, organization, positive relationships, and social and emotional learning strategies.  Parents have three opportunities to attend the workshop. Materials covered is the same at each session: January 19, 2017 ( Issaquah Middle School ) January 26, 2017 ( Maywood Middle School ... read full article

Swap & Shop; Mary's Place
  LHS PTSA Outreach Committee's  Shop or Swap event is TONIGHT, Friday, January 27th, 6-8 PM in the Liberty Commons. "Too Cool For Cold" will feature Winter Wear and the last remaining items of our LHS Spirit Wear . Come cheer for Liberty basketball during the Quad Night, drop off a raffle ticket, and check out the goods! Donations are Welcome!   Please drop them off in the front office on Jan, 27th, or bring them tonight!   All Students are invited to "Shop or Swap" for anything they like. Get outfitted for warmth and school spirit! There will be music ... read full article

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