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The 2023 Fall Season came to a close recently and winter sports began. Liberty experienced a very successful fall season and we are looking forward to that continued success in the winter!
Boys Basketball, Girls Basketball, Wrestling, Gymnastics, and Boys Swim all began their winter seasons on November 13!
This is the FINAL DEADLINE. Follow link for instructions.
The Patriot Players present The Visit by Friedrich Durrenmatt. Though it is not well known in the US, this play is considered to be one of the classics of world theatre. Funny, serious, even tragic, this is NOT a play for young children, as it has some adult themes and mild language. Think of it as PG-13. Read more for show dates and times, and ticket prices.
There are new parking/no parking signs installed on 138th Street, adjacent to Liberty campus. Here is a map with a rough layout of where it is ok and not ok to park. These new signs apply to all days of the week and all hours (so it includes afterschool activities/football games too).
Missing a jacket, a water bottle, anything else? Check out our lost & found before it's donated on December 11!
In November's community update video, Superintendent Heather Tow-Yick shares about her gratitude and also about Care Solace, which is partnering with the district to help connect students, staff, and families with providers for mental health and substance abuse. Their service is available every day of the year, and in more than 200 languages.
As a reminder, we hope to hear from parents, guardians, staff and students about what "Authentic Engagement" means to you. More than 80% of the people who have participated in the ThoughtExchange so far are students, which we love; however, we would value additional parent, staff and community response as well.
Issaquah School District is excited to share a new partnership with Care Solace, a central hub that connects students, staff and their families to mental health and substance use care. Care Solace can quickly help find therapists, programs, make appointments, and navigate insurance (even for those without insurance) matched to the patient’s needs. The district will host an online event via Zoom to offer families more information about Care Solace at 6:30 p.m. on Dec. 4.
The Cultural and Family Partnerships team will host a virtual college/post-high school education financial aid information night for families of students in grades 9-12 at 6:30 p.m. on Nov. 29 on Zoom.
Anyone who owns a gun can help prevent violence by storing it securely and safely. More than half of all U.S. gun owners say they do not store all of their guns safely, according to the Johns Hopkins Center for Gun Violence Solutions. Information and resources about safe firearm storage enclosed.