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Peter Pan sparkles at 2009 Freddy Awards

Jake Dunn won Performance by a Featured Actor for his portrayal of Captain Hook.

Liberty's Stage Crew and Lighting both took their respective Outstanding Achievement awards.

Last but not least, Liberty's Orchestra won the Outstanding Performance award for an Orchestra.

Congratulations to all of our winners, and to all the people who helped Liberty's Peter Pan show that there's still a little magic out there in the world.

Watch Highlights from the Freddy's on WFMZ, or, check out the Freddy Awards web site.

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Schwarzbach takes Honorable Mention in the Dupont Challenge Science Essay Writing Contest

Congratulations to Hannah Schwarzbach for being chosen as an Honorable Mention in the Dupont Challenge Science Essay Writing Contest. Over 6000 applicants submit research papers from around the United State and Canada and only 30 papers are chosen as winning essays. The DuPont Challenge© is sponsored by the DuPont Center for Collaborative Research & Education and is one of the foremost student science and technology prize programs in the United States and Canada. Now entering its 23rd year, The DuPont Challenge© has two primary objectives: to help increase science literacy among students and to motivate them to excel communicating scientific ideas.The DuPont Challenge© offers students the opportunity to write a 700 to 1,000-word essay discussing a scientific discovery, theory, event, or technological application that has captured their interest. Congratulations to Hannah! YOU MAKE LIBERTY PROUD!

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Liberty Students Excel in National French Exam

Four Liberty students scored in the top 10 Lehigh Valley in their level of the National French Exam, taken earlier in March.

Le Grand Concours, or the National French Contest, is a French event in the form of a 60 minute national test, designed, written, financed, and disseminated by the members of the American Association of Teachers of French. Its purpose is to help stimulate further interest in the teaching and learning of French and to help identify and reward achievement on the part of both students and teachers.

30 Liberty High School students were signed up for the March 3, 2009 test date. This is a voluntary activity. Those that ranked in the Lehigh Valley:

  • Sidney Mendez Level 3- placed 2 in the Valley
  • Elizabeth Andrews Level 3- placed 8th in the Valley
  • Juan Cardona Level 4 placed 9th in the Valley
  • Rayna Allonce Level 5 - placed 1st in the Valley
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Liberty Sophmore Advances to Nationals in the Chemistry Olympiad

Sophomore (and super genius) Ben Kraft has advanced to the National level of competition for the American Chemical Society's United States National Chemistry Olympiad. Ben was one of only 10 students from the Lehigh Valley to move on to national competition. The initial local test was Saturday (March 14th) at Muhlenberg College. Liberty had 18 students participate. There were over 80 students competing at the local level.

Approximately 10,000 U.S. students between the ages of 13 and 18 enter local Chemistry Olympiad competitions vying for a chance to compete in the U.S. National Chemistry Olympiad and the International Chemistry Olympiad. ACS local sections conduct local competitions each March to select nominees for the U.S. National Chemistry Olympiad. Each local section can send 10 students to participate in the national competition. Exams for the U.S. National Chemistry Olympiad Competition will be administered April 23-27, 2009. Nearly 1,000 students are expected to participate. The three-part, 4.5-hour exam consists of a multiple choice section, free response problem solving section and a lab practical section. The 20 top-scoring students are eligible to compete at a study camp for the International Chemistry Olympiad, to be held July 18-27, 2009, in Cambridge, England.

Liberty Gymnast makes an impression at States

Blaise Cosenza

Blaise Cosenza, 2011, participated in USA Gymnastics Men’s Junior Olympic Pennsylvania State Championship on Sunday, March 15 at Penn State University. Blaise competes for the Parkette National Gymnastics Training Center in Allentown, PA as a Level 10 male gymnast. At States, he took fourth place in the Pommel Horse, High Bar, and Vault competitions as well as placing fifth in the All-Around where he also competed on Floor, Still Rings, and Parallel Bars.

The Level 10 Parkette team also won first place in the state team competition. Blaise finished out the competition with a total score of 78.0 and qualified to participate in the regional competition which will take place on Saturday, April 4 at Penn State University.

Participants in the regional competition are the best male gymnasts of seven states, and it is at this competition that Blaise hopes to qualify to participate at the Men’s Junior Olympic National Championships which will be held in the beginning of May in Cincinnati, Ohio. Blaise has been a member of USA Gymnastics and competing in the Junior Olympic program since he was six years old.

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Special Thanks

Special Donation

Liberty High School would like to thank the Poniktera family for generously donating the late Frank Poniktera Jr.'s Civil War book collection to the Liberty library. Frank was a 1955 alumnus of Liberty who grew up on the South side of Bethlehem, and continued to support our district by residing in our community. His passion for Civil War history is evident in this fine collection.

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Spring Concert

As of today, March 19th, there are only 50 school days remaining in the 2008-2009 school year. Wow! What a year it has been. Liberty High School has celebrated many accomplishments from the trophies earned in the sports arena to the accolades of the fine arts programs. We have seen, or soon will see, the end of a long, yet worthwhile construction and renovation project. We have accepted the call to foster a school environment that embraces diversity, and most importantly, we continue to battle academic challenges to meet the needs of all of our student population.

What a pleasure it was to have returned to the auditorium for the Winter Concert, and the Spring Concert will be just as glorious. Mrs. Justice and Mr. Klenk have been encouraging, and yes, pushing, the choral students to reach beyond the impossible. The program selections performed for this concert will demonstrate just that.

  • The Women’s Ensemble is preparing the French piece “Sous le dome epais” (from the opera LAKME), “Life Has Loveliness to Sell”, the text written by the American poet Sara Teasdale, “De Colores”, a Spanish Folk Song used as a symbol of unity and peace, and an arrangement of a popular Welsh Folk Song, “The Ash Grove”.

  • The Choraliers go conga with the a cappella “Jamaican Market Place” by Larry Farrow, challenge the audience to determine the meter in “Old Joe Has Gone Fishing” by Benjamin Britten, offer a plea for peace in Carly Simon’s “Let the River Run” and travel into the musical PIPPIN as they perform the tender love song, “With You.”

  • The mass choir has prepared “Hallelujah Chorus” from the Mount of Olives. This is not the one by Handel, rather Beethoven, and is part of the choral repertoire of PMEA Choruses. Lee Dengler’s setting of “Pacem” brings lush harmony to this prayer for peace. And get ready for the driving beat behind a song from Argentina, “El Cielo Canta Alegria.”

We look forward to seeing you on FridayApril 3rd, at 7:30 p.m. in Liberty High School auditorium. Tickets are $5 and may be purchased at the door. Doors will open at 6:30 pm. Tell your friends that it is cheaper than a movie, and always Oscar worthy!

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Science Olympiad

On March 13, 2009, the Science Olympiad team competed in the regional competition at Moravian College. Participants included Alejandra Austria, Ashleigh Bothwell, Gillian Cundall, Zachary Daniels, Abhiroop Das, Alex Kelechava, Soyeon Kim, Woojung Kim, Vrinda Jagota, Niharika Pendurthi, Avani Pisapati, Hannah Schwarzback, Zina Sejdic, Caroline Su, and Stephanie Su.

Alejandra Austria and Hannah Schwarzbach received 1st place in the Write it-Do it Event, which is an event that tests the teams ability to write, read, and follow directions.

Vrinda Jagota and Niharika Pendurthi received 3rd place for the Egg-O-Naut Event. The team constructed a rocket designed to carry an egg, stay aloft for a significant amount of time, and return to earth without breaking the egg.

All participants did an incredible job!

Front row (R-L): Avani Pisapati, Stephanie Su, Niharika Pendurthi, Gillian Cundall, Soyeon Kim, Hannah Schwarzbach, Zina Sejdic.

Back row (R-L): Ashleigh Bothwell, Vrinda Jagota, Alex Kelechava, Woojung Kim, Abhiroop Das, Zachary Daniels, Ms. Leeson, Caroline Su.

Science Olympiad Team
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Patricia Leeson, Taryn Lushinsky, Andie Breslin, Lauren Leon, Randi Bosch, and Katie Cowen represented the girls swim team at the PIAA State Swimming Championship at Bucknell University from March 12, 2009 to March 14, 2009.

  • Patricia Leeson placed 2nd place in the 50 freestyle and 2nd in the 100 freestyle.

  • Taryn Lushinsky placed 13th in her 100 back.

  • The 200 free relay of Patricia Leeson, Andie Breslin, Lauren Leon, and Randi Bosch placed 11th.

All swimmers earned All-American times and set new Liberty High School swimming records.

Congratulations also go out to Casey Jo Hill who took 7th place at States for diving!


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Pennsylvania Music Educators Association
Region V State Band

The Pennsylvania Music Educators Association Region V State Band concert took place on March 7, 2009 at East Stroudsburg Area High School North. The guest conductor was Dr. Ryan T. Nelson, an Assistant Professor of Music at Northwestern University.

The Bethlehem Area School District student’s names are:

Front row from Freedom High School are ( left to right): Kristin Lambert, clarinet; and Shikha Saxena, flute.

Back row from Liberty High School are ( left to right): Adam Stoltz, baritone; Joshua Wilson, trombone; and Christian Conrad, French horn.

Congratulations to these superb musicians!

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Congrats Liberty Girls!

Liberty Swimming makes a splash at Districts

Over the weekend Liberty swimmers challenged the competition at Districts. Our girls and boys had some great swims and the whole team dropped a lot of time.

  • Randi Bosch placed 4th in the 50 free.
  • Lauren Leon placed 5th in the 50 free.
  • Patricia Leeson placed 1st in the 50 free and 1st in the 100 free.
  • Taryn Lushinsky placed 5th in the 100 backstroke & 5th in the 200 IM.
  • The girls 400 free relay placed 3rd.
  • The girls 200 free relay placed 2nd.
  • The girls 200 medley relay placed 3rd.
  • The boys 400 free relay placed 4th.

Patricia Leeson qualified for States in the 50 free and 100 free. Taryn Lushinsky qualified for States in the 100 backstroke. The girls 200 free relay
team of Lauren Leon, Randi Bosch, Andie Breslin, and Patricia Leeson qualified for States as well.

In addition, Caroline Vail, Zachary Daniels, Avani Pisapati, and Niharika Pendurthi placed first at the regional PJAS competition on Saturday and qualified for the State PJAS competition. Caroline Vail received a perfect score!

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Liberty Students gain awards at the SkillsUSA
District 11 Championships

Liberty students showed off a wide range of skills at the SkillsUSA District 11 Championships, held Thursday, January 30th at the Bethlehem Area VoTech. Congratulations to all!

1st Place Winners:

  • Cabinetmaking Daniel Berrios
  • Health Knowledge Bowl, Amanda Mason & Linda Mingo
  • Automotive Services Specialty, Kristina Narvaez
  • Masonry, Kyle Pintande

2nd Place Winners:

  • Opening & Closing Ceremonies, Kiyana Clark
  • Action Skills, Donald Elm
  • Welding, Nicholas Sennetti

3rd Place Winners:

  • Automotive Refinishing, Nathan Sennetti
  • Related Technical Math, Mariah Tarboro
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Congratulations to Liberty's Wrestlers!

Anthony Cabrera and Anthony Marino will be competing in Hershey at the State Wrestling Tournament.

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Liberty Students Receive Accolades in their first Science Olympiad Competition

  • Soyeon Kim and Avani Pisapati received bronze metals for the Cell Biology Event!
  • Alejandra Austria and Hannah Schwarzbach receive gold metals for the Write it/ Do it Event!
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Liberty Musicians Perform at PMEA District Band and Orchestra Events

2009 LHS District Orch Members

Marissa Guarriello, violin, and Christian Conrad, French horn, represented Liberty High School, with Katherine Liu, violin, from Freedom; at the 2009 PMEA District Orchestra Festival that was held at Northwestern Lehigh High School.

Six Liberty High School students were selected to perform in the PMEA District 10 Band, January 28-31, at Muhlenberg High School. Josh Wilson, trombone; Colin Johnson, trumpet; Adam Stoltz, baritone; Chris Conrad, French horn; Katie Kolepp, clarinet; and Alicia Roeder, on baritone. Christian Conrad, Adam Stoltz, & Joshua Wilson also qualified for Region V Band which will be held March 4th-7th at East Stroudsburg Area High School (North).

Congratulations to all of our musicians on their fine achievements!

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Liberty Math Team wins 31st Mathematics Contest at Muhlenberg College

On Saturday, 2/21/09, members of the The Liberty Math Team competed in the 31st Mathematics Contest at Muhlenberg College and won first place in the competition!. The team consisted of:

Abhiroop Das - 12th Grade
Stephanie Su - 12th Grade
Shonak Patel - 10th Grade

These students competed against nine are high schools including our fierce competitors: Parkland, Emmaus, and Moravian Academy. Of course, best of all, we beat the pants off Freedom!!! Each of the students won a 100$ US Savings Bond.

Please congratulate these students when you see them!

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Congratulations to the following winners from the DECA State Competition in Hershey:

  • Andrew Berkman- 1st place Hotel and Lodging Management (National Qualifier)
  • Abhiroop Das- 2nd place Marketing Management (National Qualifier)
  • Kevin Bearse- 4th place Sports & Entertainment (National Qualifier)
  • Danielle Zimmerman- 3rd place General Marketing Research (National Qualifier)
  • Emily Keim, Morgan Litak, Liz Steinberg- 4th place DECA Quiz Bowl
  • Hannah Schwarzbach, Kristina Pieller, Georgia Spano- 5th place Hospitality Research

In addition, two Freedom students made the trip as a part of Liberty DECA since Freedom did not have a DECA chapter this year:

  • Shikha Saxena- 1st place Public Speaking (National Qualifier)
  • Kirndeep Singh- 1st place General Marketing Research (National Qualifier)
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14 Liberty Seniors take part in National Signing Day 2008

LHS Signers

Congratulations to all of today’s signees:

  • Jon Bogert,  cross country, Seton Hill University
  • Randi Bosch, swimming, Lycoming College
  • Levi Brown, football, Temple University
  • Victoria Del Toro, field hockey, DeSales University
  • Jess Guro, swimming, University of Texas at Austin
  • Casey Hill, diving, Youngstown State University
  • Lindsay Hunsicker, swimming, Lycoming College
  • Emily Keim, volleyball, University of Scranton
  • Brianna Knipe, softball, Kutztown University
  • Horvin Latimer, football, Duquesne University
  • Morgan Litak, volley ball, West Chester University
  • Christian Rodriguez, football, Millersville University
  • Devin Street, football, University of Pittsburgh
  • Dana Wieller, basketball, Bloomsburg University

Mrs. Durante welcomed the parents, friends and coaches as they packed into the LHS Art Gallery to watch 14 Liberty senior athletes take part in National Signing Day. The first Wednesday in February has become known as National Signing Day, the first day a senior student-athlete can sign a national letter of intent to attend and play for a recruiting college or university. Athletic Director Sam Senneca also welcomed everyone to the occasion and announced that this was the largest group of Liberty student-athletes ever to take part in National Signing Day festivities, surpassing last year's 11 student athletes who signed with colleges and universities.

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The Liberty Chess Team finished the 2008-09 season with a record of 7 wins 2 losses and 1 draw.

Liberty Chess would have taken first place in the Eastern Division of the Lehigh Valley Conference, but Bethlehem Catholic went undefeated this year.

In the Lehigh Valley Conference Chess Invitational Tournament held at Willow Tree Grove in Orefield, the seven best players from each school played four one-hour matches (30 minutes on each player's clock). Players who remained unbeaten then took part in one last match and the top three players faced each other in a round-robin to determine the overall Tournament winner. Liberty had two players finish in the top ten: Senior Anthony Cacciatore and Freshman Alex Krasnansky. The overall Tournament winner was Ben Fisher from Parkland.

Senior Anthony Cacciatore, the LHS Chess Coach Mr. Ambrose, and  Freshman Alex Krasnansky with their medals from the LVC Chess  Invitational Tournament.
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Swimathon Presentation

Liberty Swimmers and Divers raise $1,000 for West Bethlehem Emergency Food Bank

On November 15th the Liberty Swimming and Diving Team took part in a 12 hour swim-a-thon. The team collected donations from the community for both the team and the West Bethlehem Emergency Food Pantry. Swimmers and Divers took turns swimming 20 minute rotations, beginning at 6 pm on November 15th, and continuing until 6 am, on November 16th. Liberty's swimmers and divers presented the West Bethlehem Emergency Food Pantry a check for $1,000.

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YWCA Teen of The Year: Liberty Senior Eliana Ortiz

Liberty’s own Eliana Ortiz was named 2009 Teen of the Year by the Bethlehem YWCA. Eliana was recognized for her extensive work as a volunteer at St. Luke’s Hospital and her many school activities. The YWCA Teen of the Year also receives a $1,000 scholarship which they may use at the college or university of their choice. Ortiz hopes to attend the Radiology program at Northampton Community College next fall.

The YWCA Teen of the Year Award honors female high school seniors attending Bethlehem public or private schools. The nominees must reside within the geographic borders of the Bethlehem Area School District. Teens of the year are selected based on their financial need, outstanding volunteer work in the community, extra-curricular involvement in school, and their academic achievement.

2009 Teen of the Year
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Liberty Beats Freedom... Again

Continuing Liberty's commitment to excellence in athletics and academics, the LHS Scholastic Scrimmage team beat Freedom 200 to 120 to take the Eastern Division Lehigh Valley Conference Championship!

Congratulations go out to Colin Johnson (Captain), Ben Kraft, Sam Newman, and Abhiroop Das in their victory. Next week LHS's Scholastic Scrimmage squad will travel West to go against the Western Champion for the League Championship! By the way... J .V. beat Freedom also for the J.V. Eastern Championship!

It seems that Liberty really does have what it takes academically!

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LHS Hurricane Football
Championship Slide Show 1 |Championship Slide Show 2

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Wagner to become 10th Grade Dean of Students

Mr. Wagner Mr. Bush
Mr. Michael Wagner
Mr. Kevin Bush

Mike Wagner, a 2001 graduate from Liberty High school, returned to Liberty in the 2005-2006 school year as a Mathematics teacher. Over the past few years, he has taught everything from Algebra 1 to Pre-Calculus at Liberty High School.

As a student at Liberty High School, he was involved in many activities, including Liberty Life and the Stage Crew for Liberty Theatre. He graduated from Temple University in 2005 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Education. After Temple, Wagner attended Wilkes University for his Master's of Science in Education, and is currently completing coursework for his Principal's Certification.

Bush named Acting Assistant Principal for Curriculum and Instruction

Kevin Bush will become Liberty High School’s Acting Assistant Principal for Curriculum and Instruction on November 7th, 2008.

Bush, who is now in his seventh year of teaching had previously taught at Palisades, Stroudsburg, Lower Merion and Allentown School Districts. In addition to his three years as a social studies teacher at Liberty he will also continue as the track and field Head Coach and led the boys team to a undefeated season in 2008. This past summer Mr. Bush completed the program, Redesigning High Schools for Improved Instruction at the Harvard Graduate School of Education.

As a student at Moravian College, Bush was actively involved in community service programs, athletics and student government. After completing his undergraduate degree he returned to Moravian College to complete a Masters in Curriculum Design and Instruction. Mr. Bush was recently honored by Moravian College as an Emerging Leader for his service to the college community.

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Gold For Cygan - Sophomore Best in Pennsylvania

Sophomore Jess Cygan won the PIAA Class 3A Girls Cross Country title on Saturday at Hershey's Parkview Golf Course with an 18:47 time. Cygan ran away with the Silver Medal last year at the State Championships. Congratulate Jess, if you can catch up with her!

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Penn State Assistant Coach Mike McQueary visits LHS

Senior Breakfast prieview
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The Spirit Week festivities continued when Penn State Assistant Coach Mike McQueary spoke at the Senior Breakfast this morning. McQueary, wide receiver coach and recruiting coordinator for the #3 ranked Nittany Lions was accompanied by the Nittany Lion himself. Both were received warmly by the assembled class of 2009.

Mrs. Durante introduced the various guests from Central Administration and then turned the microphone over to Guidance Counselor Randy Buck, who played for Penn State in 2002. Buck, spoke of the encouragement McQueary had given to him, a young walk-on from Wilkes-Barre, PA.  

The ex-quarterback walked through the crowded cafeteria, foregoing the microphone while the seniors listened intently to his nearly forty-five minute talk. He cautioned the students to take life one step at a time, because the real world can be pretty unforgiving of mistakes.

McQueary told the story of a conversation with Coach Paterno when he was a starter at Penn State. He’d won several games in a row, when Paterno told him, “How you handle praiseand how you handle criticism will determine your career.” McQueary lost the next game and admitted to the assembled students, “I didn’t handle it well. I didn’t handle the praise, I let it go to my head.”

McQuery told the students to not forget why they were in school, and reminded them that they only had one chance to be 17 or 18 or 19. “It’s ok to have fun, but don’t lose sight of what’s important.”

The Seniors cheered McQueary when he told them, “And what’s important this weekend is beating Freedom! I think this team is going to do it by three touchdowns!”

After the talk, both Mr. McQueary and the Lion took time to pose for pictures with students and faculty.

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Homecoming Pep Rally Co-ed Cheerleader Video

Liberty's Homecoming Pep Rally featured the return of the co-ed Cheerleaders. Over twenty of the senior boys volunteered to take on the role of co-ed cheerleaders and "help out" the varsity cheerleading squad. Special thanks to Kyle Troxell for capturing the action on Video.

Click here to watch the Video

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LHS's MacGill named Wal-Mart & SAMS'S CLUB 2008 Teacher of the Year

Greg MacGill -2008 Teacher of the Year

Wal-Mart & SAM’S CLUB recognized LHS’s own band director Greg MacGill as the 2008 Teacher of the Year at an impromptu ceremony during band practice this morning in Frank Banko Stadium.

Since the program began in 1996, Wal-Mart and SAM’s CLUB associates have been “honoring outstanding teachers in local communities, Teacher of the Year is one of the largest teacher recognition programs in the country.”

Wal-Mart/SAM’S CLUB Location Manager Julie Abdur-Rahman awarded Mr. MacGill a $1,000.00 check to Liberty High School for his outstanding educational (and musical) efforts and dedication.

MacGill will lead the LHS Grenadier Marching Band in the 2009 Rose Parade on January 1st of 2009 in Pasadena, California.

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Traca new 12th grade principal

Antonio Traca was introduced to the class of 2009 as their new Principal on Monday, October 27, 2008.

Traca, a 1991 graduate from Liberty High School returned to his Alma Mater after serving as Assistant Principal of Broughal Middle School for the last two years.

As a student at Liberty, Traca was active in sports, music and student government. After completing his undergraduate degree at Kutztown University and his Masters in Special Education at Lehigh University, Mr. Traca taught as an Emotional Support teacher at LHS in 2000. Then, in 2005, Traca became Dean of Students at Liberty’s Freshman Campus.

We would all like to welcome Mr. Traca “back home” to Liberty High School.


Mr. Antonio Traca

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CrossCountry Practice
Photo by Katie Golab

Liberty Boys Cross Country Wins District XI Championship

Liberty Boys Cross Country Team won the District XI Championship by 1 point over Parkland! Seniors Jon Bogert (3rd) and Tommy Hoffman (10th) also won individual medals for their top-10 finishes.

In the girls' race, Liberty sophmore Jess Cygan won the individual District XI title and Liberty freshman Amy Darlington finished 3rd overall to pace the girls to a 2nd place finish behind Emmaus.

Liberty Senior Jon Bogert was recently named the MVP for Boys Cross Country for the Lehigh Valley Conference. Jon began the 2008 campaign with a first place win at the Cliff Robbins Memorial Cross Country Invitational in Wilkes Barre, PA. Jon won four out of five dual meets during the regular season, one of which resulted in a new course record of 15:27 at the Liberty home course at Monocacy Park.

Liberty Sophomore Jessica Cygan went through the Lehigh Valley Conference undefeated for the second year in a row. In addition to her five dual meet victories and League Tournament win, Cygan was the overall winner of the Cliff Robbins Memorial Invitational in Wilkes Barre, PA and the PIAA Foundation Pre-States Invitational in Hershey, PA. The Liberty sophomore also set a new course record on Liberty's 3.1 mile Monocacy Park course in 17:41, breaking the old record held by Villanova All-American Frances Koons.

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German Exchange Students Visit LHS

There will be two students from our sister city in Germany visiting during the last two weeks of October. These are the German counterparts to the two students who won the Bethlehem-Schwäbisch Gmünd travel scholarship in the summer. The two Liberty students who were awarded this scholarship are Alejandra Austria and Caroline Vail, both in Grade 12.

On October 28, Lanie Graf from the Moravian archives will be coming to teach our students some of the history of the Germans who founded Bethlehem, to share some of the German journals, and to teach them the old German script.

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