• Liberty Daycare Rates

    Sept 12, 2014

    Beginning Novermber 1, 2014 Liberty Daycare rates will increase. We regret this; yet it is necessary to cover all facility expenses. There has been an insurance increase as well as the rise in food and milk costs. Additionally we like to be able to occasionally purchase new toys and games for the children. Below is a list of rate increases by age and category. We are sorry for the incovenience, but we can all agree that the care of your child(ren) is one of the most important decisions that you make. Thank you for entrusing us with your child(ren). Please be reminded that all daycare charges must be paid in advance and state law prohibits us from carrying credit balances.

     Daily 
     Weekly 
    Infants (under 12 months)  $30 $140
    Toddler (12 - 35 months) 
    $30 $135
    Threes 
    $25 $125
    PK (8 a.m. - 4 p.m.) 
    $15 $60
    PK and Before & After Care 
    $20 $80
    School Age Before School Care 
    $5 $20
    School Age After School Care 
    $7 $25
    Mondays - School Age 
    $23

    Summer Care - $25 per day or $115 per week
  • Grandparent’s Day

    H. Saad & J. Nation, September 5th 

    The grandparent’s of Liberty Elementary students enjoyed a lovely morning with their grandchildren! Light refreshments were available.  The students presented a tribute to their grandparents. The fun lasted from 8:15 am to 8:45 am. 

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  • Softball Improvement

    S.Sutter, S. Madero  Sept 2014

    The weather did not stop a successful workday on the softball/baseball complex this last weekend.  We had a great turnout by parents, players, and coaches who helped with various projects around the complex.  Many hours were spent painting, rebuilding bleachers, and putting a roof over the softball bleachers.  A big thanks to the Rumley family for their generous donation of materials. Thanks to all who came out and helped make the workday a success.  This day could not have happened without YOU!
    “The parents/players work day not only improved the facility’s appearance, it showed me and everyone who sees it that the softball program at Liberty is important,” Coach Broadhead.
     
  • Free Seminars for Teachers and Parents

     H. Saad

                            Charles Fay, Ph.D, will be the speaker at an event called "Love and Logic for School" and "Love and Logic for Home." He is an internationally recognized author and consultant. He applies real world solutions to common problems in youth behaviors. Dr. Fay has aquired years of skill with children, adolscent, and family studies. He has many strategies to share for teacher, school, and family improvement.

    The programs have been moved to the Student Union, Great Hall.
    There is NO COST. Both events are FREE.
    Parking is difficult at TU due to a large construction project next to the Student Union.
    Parking is open in the Lorton Performance Center lots which are about a block away.
    Enter from Harvard, turn west on 5th Place.

    Will Be Held Thursday, September 19

    Love and Logic for School

    at 8:30 am - 3:00 pm

    Thursday, September 18

    Love and Logic for Home
    6:30 pm

  • Liberty Leadership

    Aug 28, 2014

    The 7th and 8th grade students have the opportunity to experience a new course this year, leadership.  Every individual has infinite potential within them, and this class is designed to develop the traits needed to fully realize that potential.  The curriculum revolves around the characteristics and ideals of leadership and character. In the first two weeks, students have explored the effects of a positive attitude and preparation.  Mrs. Evans’ 8th grade leadership class has begun the process of developing commitment goals as well as performing an environmental scan of the campus in order to develop plans for campus improvement.  Through this process, the students were leaders in picking up stray trash as they walked campus.  The class also chose to join with the other 8th grade leadership class in honoring and remembering their classmate, Austin Monroe, by taking a group photo.  Watch for other exciting projects and news as the 7th and 8th grade leadership classes explore the infinite possibilities within them.