Oct 19
6:30p PTSA General Membership Meeting
PTSA General Membership Meeting

Tuesday, October 21
6:30p - 8:00p
Liberty Career Center

All PTSA members and non members are invited to attend the first of four general membership meetings of the school year. At this meeting we will vote on our Standing Rules, Mission and Goals, and Budget. We will also have a guest speaker from the school district talking about the new mental health professionals available to our students.
WSPTA Legislative Assembly
WSPTA Legislative Assembly

Fri 10/24 - Sat 10/25
Vancouver, WA
Nov 1
6:00p Senior Pictures Due for LHS Yearbook
Senior Pictures Due for LHS Yearbook

Friday, October 31
6:00p - 8:00p

Provide senior picture in jpeg format, 300dpi, by email, flash drive or CD.
Daylight Savings Ends
Daylight Savings Ends

Saturday, November 1
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Reflections Theme for 2014-15 is "The World Would Be A Better Place If..."
Since 1969, the Reflections program has encouraged millions of students across the nation and in American schools overseas to explore their artistic talents by creating works of art for fun and recognition. Annually, hundreds of thousands of students participate in the Reflections program through their local PTAs. Students in preschool through grade 12 are encouraged to submit works of art in six categories: Visual Arts, Photography, Literature, Dance Choreography, Film Production, and Musical Composition.
Local winners in each category go on to compete at the district/region and state levels. State winners are then considered for a National PTA Reflections award. For more information and to see the Student Entry Form and Art Category Forms, see the flyertext to display HERE. All entries must be turned into the Liberty front office by 3 PM on Wednesday, November 12, 2014.

Join for the 2014-2015 school year!
Beginning July 1, 2014 you can join the Liberty PTSA for the 2014-2015 school year. Just click on "Join" to the left and follow the steps. If you are renewing your membership, follow those instructions for easy renewal.

Please don't forget to contribute to our Cash for Kids campaign. Our goal is to raise $25,000 through direct donations plus employer matching programs. Your support allows us to contribute grant dollars directly to the school as well as provide scholarship funds to students who would not otherwise be able to participate fully. Please show your support and give at the highest level comfortable for your family.

Thanyou so much to those who have already supported our Cash for Kids Campaign. With your help, we have already raised $11,585!

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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

The Senior Events Committee is  happy to report that the Class of 2015   Golf Tournament Fundraiser  was a HUGE success !  Total gross revenue is over $35K and our net profit is more than $26K.  Thank you everyone that supported our seniors by sponsoring a golf hole, donating items, volunteering, attending the golf and dinner, and purchasing auction items.   Kris and Andy Allan showed their support for the Class of 2015 by generously donating back their 50/50 raffle drawing winnings of $472.50, and they don't even have a senior this year.  We appreciate you paying it forward!   ... read full article

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

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