• Colors Day: Show Your Junior High Colors!

    Posted by Nona Scott on 5/11/2022 8:15:00 AM

    Colors Day is May 20th for 6th Grade Students at Liberty!


    Wear your Junior High Colors
    on Friday, May 20th!
    Students are encouraged to sport
    their Junior High Gear or Colors of their
    Junior High with pride.


    Follow the link below to see more information.


    Color Day

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  • Clap Out 2022

    Posted by Mary Rinne on 4/29/2022

    Liberty Eagle LogoDear Parents and Families,

    The end of the 2021-22 school year is upon us and you soon will have a junior higher in the house.

    We want to send our sixth-graders off with style and celebration with Clap Out 2022!!

    The Clap Out is a tradition where sixth graders walk the hall of the Liberty Campus one last time as sixth graders to the cheers and clapping of all other grade levels.  Sixth graders are then lead to the school gate where they cross the threshold of campus one last time as sixth graders, becoming official seventh graders!  Waiting for them will be a sea of parents, families, friends, and siblings cheering them on with balloons, flowers, banners, and noise makers in hand to welcome them.  

    You are invited to join this celebration and be part of the reception circle at the park! So mark the calendar and get ready to bring celebration items (no confetti please) to celebrate your child. 

    Clap Out Details:

    • Parking:  Please use the South parking lot of the school to park and then head to the neighborhood park located just adjacent to the Southwest Gate of the school or park near the park on Mammouth Way or E. San Tan St (just please do not block driveways of homes).
    • Location: Families should be in place at the park by 10:25 a.m. (any Liberty siblings attending the park celebration should be checked out of office by 10:15 a.m.)
    • Family Reception Ring:  Our Clap Out volunteer committee will help organize our families into one giant circle creating a celebration arena to cheer on and celebrate the sixth graders as they enter the circle and parade around one full time to the cheers and clapping of loved ones.  
    • Start Time: Clap Out parade of 6th graders starts at 10:30 a.m.
    • Sign Up: All parents will need to RSVP for themselves and student.                                      Clap Out Sign-Up RSVP
    • Permission to leave through Gate:  Only students with permission to leave campus via the Sign Up Genius will be permitted to go through the gate to the park reception.  However, all sixth-graders are welcome to walk in the Clap Out. 
    • Participating Families: Students need either a parent or guardian present or families arrange with other 6th grade families to attend final celebration ring at the park and then get a ride home.
    • Celebration Items: It has been customary for parents and families to bring balloons, flowers, banners, noise makers, and signs for their child.  We highly encourage this, but respectfully we ask you to please, not bring any confetti or streaming items that will leave a mess at this neighborhood park. Please remember we are guests of that community park.  
    • Final Note: Once students leave campus that day, they do not come back on campus. 

    Please RSVP using the Sign-Up Genius: Clap Out Sign-Up RSVP



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  • Liberty Eagle Sixth Grade Signs

    Posted by Mary Rinne on 4/8/2022

    Liberty Eagle Lives Here SignWe are honoring the accomplishments of your 6th grader with these wonderful Liberty Eagle Class of 2021-22 Yard Signs.  



    You have a choice to either permit your 6th grader to bring them home with them next week (Tuesday, April 12-Thursday April 14), or you can arrange to pick them up from the front office starting on Tuesday, April 12th.


    Four Pronged Metal Sign Holder


    The sign is 24 x 18 and comes with a pointy four-pronged (2 on each side) metal sign holder stake. 


    To sign up to arrange for you to receive a sign, please use:

    Sign Up Genius for Yard Sign 


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  • 6th Grade Calendar of Events

    Posted by Mary Rinne on 3/28/2022

    Mark your calendars for these important upcoming events:


    Thursday, April 7th - AASA Writing Assessment (State Assessment)


    Friday, April 8th - CTA Liberty Carnival 5p-9p


    Wednesday, April 20th - AASA Math Assessment Part 1 & 2


    Thursday, April 21st - AASA ELA Assessment Part 1 & 2


    Monday, May 23rd - Round Robin Kickball Tournament  830a start


    Tuesday, May 24th - Round Robin Kickball Tournament  830a start


    Wednesday, May 25th - Pool Party at Mesquite Pool 9a-2p


    Thursday. May 26th - Last Day - Half Day - Clap Out Celebration

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  • Idiom Day

    Posted by Nona Scott on 2/22/2022

    ducks in a row

    Are your ducks all in a row...? We hope so!

    CTA-Liberty Idiom Day

    is right around the corner:

    Friday, February 25th!

    We're not crying uncle or trying to rock the boat, but we did want to share that 6th grade kiddos are leaving no stone unturned as they pull a rabbit out of their hat in creating their idiom outfits. They have been reminded to put their best foot forward and follow the handbook rules though... we'd hate it if they landed in hot water or tried to pull a fast one!  

    Students were given the paperwork for this long-term figurative language and presentation assignment on February 14. If your family has any questions, we'd be more than happy to lend an ear and helping hand. Contact Mrs. Scott for assistance or information.

    See the Idiom Day Flyer for additional information. Idiom Day Flyer

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  • February Parent Teacher Student Conferences

    Posted by Mary Rinne on 1/28/2022 3:30:00 PM

    Liberty LogoDear parents and guardians,


    It is time to sign-up for a Liberty 6th Grade Conference.  Please make sure you read all the directions and information in the Conference Sign-up Genius so that you are informed about conferences.


    This quarter, conferences are for parents, teachers, and students.   Please make sure your child is able to attend at the time chosen.  Also, the District sets aside two half days to meet for conferences, with one late night set of times on Thursday, February 10th.


    The sixth-grade team will be holding virtual conferences through Google Meets located in your child's student GSE account on Wed. Feb. 9th and Thurs. Feb. 10th.  We ask that you only sign up for one conference as we only have slots for 64, 15 minute, conferences for our students during those days.  The code for your child's virtual meet will be located in the Sign-Up Genius directions.


    We know that 15 minutes will fly by fast, so we ask that you click to join the meeting 1 to 2 minutes before your start time.  If you are not on time, we will only be able to meet with you for any remaining time available in your slot.  During your 15 minutes, you will have time with each of the teachers.  If at the end of the conference, you feel you need more time with a particular teacher, we will encourage you to contact that teacher via email and set a time to be able to discuss things in more detail.


    To sign-up for a February conference, please access this

    6th Grade Virtual February Conferences Link


    Thank you for supporting your child's endeavors in 6th grade.

    We look forward to meeting with you!


    Warmest regards,

    Ms. Rinne, Mrs. Scott, and Profe' Farmer

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  • Liberty Cheer Team Sign-Ups

    Posted by Mary Rinne on 1/10/2022

    Cheerleader character with pom pomsLiberty Cheer Team is back!


    CTA Liberty Cheer!

    Do you love to cheer and dance?   This is the place for you!


    Do you want to learn to cheer and dance?  This is the place for you!


    We have a Third- Sixth Grade team!


    Who: Any Liberty Student!


    When: K-2 Thursdays starting 1/27/2021 from 2:45-4:00 3-6 Fridays starting 1/28/2021 from 2:45-4:00


    Where: CTA Liberty Basketball Court


    Competition Date: Saturday, April 2, 2021


    Sign up today online, through Community Education! Any questions? Please Contact Allison Engstrom at: engstrom.allison@cusd80.com

    or check out the: Cheer Sign Up Information

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  • Volunteers Needed

    Posted by Mary Rinne on 1/4/2022

    Liberty Eagle Logo

    CTA Liberty has a volunteer opportunity on our campus!  It is called the  CTA Copy Crew.


    The copy crew helps teachers make copies for the classrooms.  You would be helping and completing jobs for teachers Pre-K through sixth depending on what is needed the day you volunteer.  All work is completed in the Copy Room in the main building.


    If you are interested in being part of the CTA Copy Crew, please use the SignUpGenius  Sign-Up Genius Copy Crew to sign up for time slots to help out.


    If you have not helped with Copy Crew in the past, please send an email to Leslee Oakeson at ljoakot@cox.net 


    Leslee (or someone who is familiar with how to do things) will help you out! If you cannot stay for the entire time slot, that is okay. It's just a place to start.

    Liberty loves our volunteers and we are excited to be able to extend this opportunity to you!  


    Warmest regards,

    Sixth Grade Team

    Ms. Rinne, Mrs. Scott, and Profe Farmer

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  • Egyptian Day

    Posted by Nona Scott on 11/2/2021

    16 Walk Like an Egyptian - Youth Group Games


    Egyptian Day is on Friday, November 12th


    Guidelines discussed in class about this fun event

    include the following:


    - Students will wear their Egyptian attire to and from school (no changing in the restrooms)

    - Try and locate items at home: you do not need to purchase anything... be creative while following the CUSD dresscode guidelines

    - Masks covering the entire face should not be worn (normal face masks are ok!)

    - Weaponry of any kind is not be permitted

    - Yes, all students must particpate


    If you have any questions, please reach out to Mrs. Scott at scott.nona@cusd80.com

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  • October is Bully Prevention Month

    Posted by Mary Rinne on 10/11/2021

    National Bullying Prevention Month


    Liberty Eagles will be reminded to be aware and take steps to prevent bullying.  Special dress days this month are:


    Friday, October 15th: White Out Bullying!  Wear a white t-shirt as a top with school dress bottoms.


    Thursday, October 21st: Unity Day!  Wear an orange shirt with school dress bottoms to show unity with community and commitment to stop bullying.


    Friday, October 29th: Sock Out Bullying Day!  Wear crazy socks with your Friday Dress Code School Spirit Dress to show you support "socking" out bullying. 

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