Updated 08.21.2014
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First Day Schedule, Monday, 8/25

Monday, August 25, 2014, will be the first day of classes for all Liberty High School students. Liberty will be on an alternate schedule, this day only. All 9th grade students will report to first period no later than 7:38 a.m. Freshman will attend a mandatory 3 hour orientation, including an early lunch period. This will be in addition to the August 14, Meet & Greet Day. All 10th - 12th grade students will be on a 3 hour delay and bussed students should alter their pick up times as such.

At 10:40 a.m., all students will report to their first period classes. All AM Vo-Tech students must report to the auditorium. During 1st period, instructors will provide orientation details as well as distribute: locker assignments, combinations, schedules, and other important school information. This is also a time for students to ask questions and review the daily schedule. There will be NO lunch served to 10th – 12th grade students.

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The BASD has moved e-mail services to the Google platform.  Along with this move, we will be changing the district's domain name for e-mail, and all of our beth.k12.pa.us and bethsd.org e-mail addresses will become basdschools.org.  The usernames before the @ sign will remain the same.  

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Attention 9th Graders:
Please download this file for summer reading assignments. ALL NON HONORS English 9 students have an assignment.

Szamba English camp in Szentendre, Hungary

PBS Award

Ted Schaffer - LHS science teacher, 4 other adults and a group of 10 students from Calvary Baptist Church traveled to Eastern Europe for a joint project in service learning with Szentendre Baptist Church in Szentendre, Hungary. The group included students from around the area including 3 Freedom High students Brian Hemphill, Rachel Hemphill, and Julianna Squerrini and 1 Liberty Alumni - Katie Podlasinski. The experience included working in Slovakia at a camp, hiking the mountains in Slovakia with local teens, landscaping in Slovakia and in Szentendre Hungary, and finally the last week teaching English at the camp we cosponsor. The teens each had a classroom of Hungarian students and taught English for 4 hours each morning with informal English practice / sports in the afternoon. The American teens wrote lesson plans, build specialized activities and organized learning games to increase retention of English. This is an on-going partnership with the Churches and the Town of Szentendre and is seen as a very positive interaction between the Hungarians and Americans. The school was open to the youth of the town and most did not have any association with the local church.

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Watch Graduation @ 7:00 pm @ 7:00 pm

Watch Graduation now!

Did you miss graduation? Were you watching online when the phone rang? Did the batteries go on your video camera? No worries! CLICK HERE to watch Graduation 2014, in its entirety without commercials or interruptions.

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Liberty video production team wins another award

PBS Award

Liberty Seniors Xavier Wilcher and Nadine Elsayed were surprised at Graduation Practice by PBS Chanel 39 to be named the winners of the 2014 PBS 39 Digital Innovations contest. Along with Mr. Bittner, Wilcher and Elsayed were each presented with trophies in front of the entire Class of 2014 by representatives from PBS 39.