• Curriculum Night Wednesday, August 4th

    Posted by Mary Rinne on 7/27/2021

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    Join us Wednesday, August 4th

    for Curriculum Night 2021-22

     

     

     

     

     

    Please see the information about times and classrooms:

      

    Next Wednesday, August 4th is Curriculum Night for all 6th Grade Classes

     

    In order to maintain social distancing and mitigation strategies, we are requesting only one parent or guardian from each household attend.  Adults only please, all students and children are unable to attend.

      

    ALL DLI Parents and Guardians please note:

     

    We are hoping you can join us for curriculum night as assigned below:

     

    Child's Last Name starting with A to L 

    will be invited to join us between 500-540 p.m.  

     

    Child's Last Name starting with M to Z

    will be invited to join us between 550-630 p.m.

     

    During Curriculum Night you will visit each of your child's teacher's for DLI Spanish and Social Sciences, Language Arts, and Math.  

     

    DLI Parents and Guardians, when you arrive, please go to Profe Farmer's Class in the portable (C-2).  After time with Profe, you will be asked to rotate to the next class (Mrs. Scott - 2nd period) and then third period (Ms. Rinne) for important information. 

     

    ALL Conventional Class Rooms:

    There are two times for you to choose from:

     

    500-540 p.m.  OR   550-630 p.m.

     

    During Curriculum Night you will visit each of your child's teacher's for Language Arts, Math, and Social Sciences.  

     

    When you arrive, please go to your child's first period (homeroom) teacher. After time with the first period teacher, you will be asked to rotate to the next class for important information from the subject they have for period two and three. 

     

    We look forward to meeting with you and sharing with you our classroom atmospheres and how we use our curriculum in each class. 

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  • 2021-22 School Year Information

    Posted by Mary Rinne on 7/13/2021

    Liberty Eagle LogoWelcome 2021-22 Sixth Graders!

     

    School Starts Wednesday, July 21st

     

    Meet the Teacher is Monday, July 19th

     

    Curriculum Night is Wednesday, Aug. 4th

     

     

     

     

    Meet the Teacher is on Monday, July 19th (Time determined by last name):

    5:00-5:45 p.m. A thru L  & 5:45-6:30 p.m. M thru Z

    Please come and meet the sixth grade teachers for your math, writing, science and social sciences, and language arts classes. Start by attending your first period class as designated in Infinite Campus (or check for the email sent out on Wednesday, July 14th).

     

    First Day of School is on Wednesday, July 21st

    Students are welcome to come onto campus starting at 7:45a by reporting directly to their first period class.  School bell rings at 8:05a with tardy bell ringing at 8:10a.

     

    Curriculum Night is on Wednesday, August 4th from 5:00-6:30 p.m. More details to follow as date approaches.

     

     

     

     

     

     

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  • Elk's Lodge Contest Winners

    Posted by Mary Rinne on 4/30/2021

    Ava Lira and Anna Schwarz

     

     

     

     

    Congratulations to our Sixth Graders Ava Lira (left) and Anna Schwarz (right)!  They were award winners for the Chandler Elks Lodge #2429 Division 1 Essay Contest, "How can Patriotism be Demonstrated?"  Out of 144 essay entries from students all over the city, Ava was awarded 1st place and Anna was awarded second place. They will be honored at a special Elks Lodge award banquet on Wed. May 12th.

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  • Liberty Eagle Yard Celebration Signs

    Posted by Mary Rinne on 4/26/2021

    Liberty Sixth Grade Celebration Sign

    To honor all 6th graders, a special yard sign was designed and made for all 6th graders.  This sign may be picked up this Friday, April 30th.  You may choose to pick it up at drop-off or pick-up on Friday, April 30th.  Here are the details for distribution (​Note: Students may not pick up the sign without a parent or guardian.  The sign comes with a metal sign holder that is pushed into the ground and it has sharp edges on it.  The two items are bulky and need extra hands to handle or carry for safety):

     

    Morning of Friday, April 30th during drop-off: both North and South Curbs will have a sign pick-up spot.  Proceed to Car Drop Off Spot Number 1 on either the North or South Curb.  Have a sign in the window on the Dash that Says 6th grader and last name of the student.

     

    ​Afternoon of Friday, April 30th during pick-up: ​both North and South Curbs will have a sign pick-up spot.  Proceed to Car Drop Off Spot Number 1 on either the North or South Curb.  Have a sign in the window on the Dash that Says 6th grader and last name of the student.

     

    ​Kids Express Pick-up: ​Students being picked-up from Kids Express Friday afternoon may receive the sign from the Kids Express Check-Out Table when signing out your child on Friday, April 30th.

     

    ​Afternoon Walkers: ​Students who walk home maybe met by a parent or guardian that day to pick up the sign.  The location for sign pick-up will be under the tree outside the Northeast Gate by the annex building. Please note that walkers will only be distributed a sign if accompanied by a parent or guardian.

     

    ​Late Pick Up Process: ​If you are unable to pick up the yard sign on Friday, April 30th you may make arrangement starting ​Monday, May 3rd to drive onto campus and pick up the sign.  The process utilized will be the same as for picking up absent work.  ​During the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. pull up to the South Curb and then call the office 480-883-4900. ​This process ​starts beginning Monday, May 3rd only. 

     

    ​Thank you for participating in this special event to celebrate our sixth graders.  We look forward to seeing those signs popping up in a neighborhood nearby as we congratulate and celebrate all our sixth graders and their elementary success! 

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  • Egyptian Day

    Posted by Mary Rinne on 10/30/2020

    Egytian Woman Cartoon

     

    Egyptian Day - Friday, November 6th

     

    It's time to "walk like and Egyptian".  Now that we have almost finished and completed the Literature Set "The Egypt Day" we are going to have an "Egypt Day" Theme dress next Friday. 

     

    Students are to dress like an egyptian.  Here are the guidelines for Friday, November 6th:

     

    Wear the outfit to school and wear it home from school.

     

    Try your best to locate items from home.  You do not need to purchase anything.  Be creative and see what you can design.

     

    Face masks must be worn, but no costume masks covering the entire face should not be worn.

     

    There shall be no weaponry of any kind, but you can have a staff or walking stick?

     

    All students are encouraged to participate as part of the culminating 6th grade school activity.

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  • T-Shirt Tuesday is Back

    Posted by Mary Rinne on 10/30/2020

    Picture of a t-shirt that says Tuesday Shirt

    Tuesday, November 3rd is College Day in honor of the Arizona college teams (PAC -12) returning to football next week.  Students can wear any college shirt with uniform bottoms

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  • CUSD Family Distance Learning Site

    Posted by Mary Rinne on 8/18/2020

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    The Ed tech team put together a website focused on resources for students and parents. Lots of these resources include technology support resources. 

    To visit this site, go to:

     

    CUSD Family Distance Learning

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  • Virtual Book Fair

    Posted by Mary Rinne on 8/17/2020

    Clip Art of Books The Time Machine Virtual Book Fair is coming soon!  Reading can take you anywhere.  Shop from home!

     

    When:  August 24th thru September 6th

     

    All books ship directly to the home address and there is free shipping with a purchase over $25.  And, a percentage of the sales goes to the the CTA Liberty Library.

     

    Check out our virtual book fair website at:   https://www.scholastic.com/bf/chandlertradacadliberty1

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  • Welcome Back for the 2020-21 School Year!

    Posted by Mary Rinne on 7/31/2020 5:00:00 PM

    Back to School Clip Art   Welcome Back 6th Grade Eagles!

    The 6th grade teachers are so excited for this year! 

     

    Whether you are part of our conventional program with Mrs. Scott & Mrs. Robertson, or part of the DLI program with Ms. Rinne & Profe Farmer, we welcome you back.  Our first day of Virtual School is this Wednesday, August 5th.

     

     

    We invite you to visit the webpages of your new teachers. While there, make sure to check out each of your teachers Back to School -Virtual Learning pages where you will find special welcome presentations. By selecting a teacher's name, it will take you to that teacher's webpage:

     

    Conventional:  Mrs. Robertson  and  Mrs. Scott

     

    DLI: Ms. Rinne  and  Profe Farmer   

     

    Also, please do not forget about the Meet the Teacher Open House opportunities between 9-10 a.m. or 5:30-6:30 p.m. Monday, August 3rd. Emails from your teachers were sent via email on Friday with directions on how to access the virtually meet. 

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