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REMINDER:  No Classes Monday, January 16
Liberty Public Schools will be closed Monday, January 16, 2017, in observance of the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday. Classes will resume Tuesday, January 17.
Coffee with the Community Thursday, January 12   
January's Coffee with the Community will be held at 10 a.m., Thursday, January 12, at the LPS District Administration Center, 8 Victory Lane, Liberty. We will be joined by Hollis+Miller Architects, who will provide information on the District's Long Range Facility Master Plan. In addition, LPS Superintendent Dr. Jeremy Tucker will be in attendance and will answer questions from audience members. To view the  Coffee with the Community schedule for the 2016-2017 school year, click here.
Kindergarten Enrollment Window Open Soon 
An early reminder to parents whose children will enter Liberty Public Schools as 2017-2018 kindergartners - the kindergarten enrollment window opens  Monday, January 23. Please note that children must be 5 years old by August 1, 2017, and must reside within LPS boundaries. For more information regarding kindergarten enrollment, click here.

Be sure to save-the-date for Kindergarten Round-up, which will take place Tuesday, March 28!
LPS News to Know
LPS Middle Schools to Host Incoming 6th Grade Parent Nights 
LPS middle schools have planned a special evening for 2017-2018 incoming 6th grade parents. Incoming 6th Grade Parent Night will take place Tuesday, January 24, at the students' respective middle schools. Counselors and administrators will discuss course offerings and the enrollment process. Other middle school details will also be shared, so you can help your child(ren) make informed decisions. Students are welcome to attend, but are not required to attend.  Following, are the scheduled times:
·         Discovery Middle School: 6:30-7:30 pm
·         Heritage Middle School: 7-8 pm
·         Liberty Middle School: 6:30-7:30 pm
·         South Valley Middle School: 6:30-7:30 pm
Exciting Building Pride Challenge Opportunity 
The Building Pride Campaign has been presented with an incredible challenge. A matching funds challenge has been issued to double up to $250,000 from community pledges and gifts made by February 1, 2017. You read that right! Several contributors have come together to MATCH up to $250,000 towards the District Activity Complexes if the general public will raise that much. That gives us the opportunity to have $500,000 more in the fund. Remember, at the Building Pride press conference, it was announced that we have $2.5 million toward the $4.9 million needed, so we are over halfway there in just 100 days of the campaign.
Checks may be sent to the Liberty School District Foundation, Attention: Building Pride Campaign, 8 Victory Lane, Liberty, MO 64068. Donations of $100 and more may be made online by going to  Also, contributions may be scheduled over a two-year period to make giving easier.  PLEASE, let's act now and come together to meet this challenge. It's also a chance to get an end-of-the-year tax deduction. Be sure to let your companies know, if you work for a company that has matching donation programs.
Student/Staff Recognitions
LNHS Broadcasting Program Receives Regional Honor
Please join us in giving the Liberty North High School broadcasting program a big congratulations today, as KNET has won the Midwest Regional in the category of "Daily Live Show" from the Student Television Network. Only 5 regional winners were selected from around the country, with the national winner being announced at the STN national convention in March. Best of luck and great work KNET!

Regional Finalists:
Northeast - Norwood High School - Norwood, MA
Southeast - Cle veland High School - Cleveland, TN
Midwest - Liberty North High School - Liberty, MO
Southwest - Northwest High School - Justin, TX
West - Carlsbad High School - Carlsbad, CA
QuickNews Bulletin Board
In an effort to make our Liberty Public Schools e-newsletter, QuickNews (QN), a concise publication, which subscribers may read in a timely fashion, district/community announcements will be advertised in the main QuickNews section for a maximum of two weeks.  After this period of time, announcements will be transferred to our QuickNews Bulletin Board, which is located on the LPS website provided at the link below. In addition, the Bulletin Board may include announcements not meeting the criteria to be placed in this publication. The addition of the QN Bulletin Board allows them to now be publicized. This bulletin board will continuously be updated throughout the week, and announcements will remain until they expire by date. To access this page, simply click here

In addition, LPS has transitioned to a new eflyer management system called Peachjar.  You can simply click the logo below to visit the program website. 

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