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Student Information and Updates
​Winter Weather Information

As the winter weather arrives, Liberty students must be dressed for cold weather.  Students are outside before and after school as well as during their lunch recess on most days.

Check the link below for information and recommendations regarding the cold weather. Liberty students are regularly outside in the mornings before 8:40AM and during their lunch recess. Check ​here for district recommendations regarding the cold weather​.

NOTE:  Weather is checked and monitored regularly via the "Weatherbug" App based on the Foxfield and CTHS locations.  
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Help Name Cherry Creek School District's New Online High School

The Cherry Creek School District is seeking naming suggestions for the district's new online school.  We are soliciting input from the Liberty Middle School community for names for this new school.  This online school is scheduled to open during the fall 2019 and will serve full-time and part-time students in grades 9-12 from across the district.  All name suggestions will be considered and a team will narrow the list before a final name is selected by the Board of Education.  If you have any questions, please contact, Principal, Kristy Hart at khart12@cherrycreekschools.org.

Fill out the Online Naming Form to make your suggestion.

 

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​​​​Liberty Academic/PRIDE Awards

Liberty Academic and PRIDE awards ceremonies will take place on Monday, May 6, 2019 in the auditorium at Grandview High School.  The combined 6th and 7th grade ceremony will take place at 6PM and the the 8th grade ceremony will take place at 730PM.  Participating students will receive an invitation to attend. Nomination forms for PRIDE Awards are available below by clicking on the link.                              

For information about the five categories of PRIDE, and for nomination forms, click on the characteristic below.  

Perseverance
Respect​​
Integrity​​

Discipline

Excellence​​​​​​

NOTE:  Information about Academic Awards is available in the student hand book on page 15.  ​​Check here for more information​​.

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