Liberty Newsletter-June 17, 2020

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      Car Parade

The parade was amazing!  Thanks to all the parents who drove their students and thanks to all the students who came to wave to the Liberty staff.  It was a beautiful way to end the year under the circumstances.  If you could not come or just want to see it again, here is the link.  

Have a great summer and Lift the Lions!

Summer Reading Program for LMS students

Attention students : To play reading Bingo, complete the squares and make Bingos.

Every student is required to complete the middle square of a free choice book in order to fulfill the summer reading requirement, and the
rest of the board is for fun (optional)

Here is the link to the bingo board.
Remember: You will return this form in the fall to your English teacher. 

Happy Reading!

Summer Learning Opportunities 

Is your student a good candidate for summer learning opportunities? Recently, Fairfax County Public Schools highlighted a variety of summer programs, you can see the message here and visit the Summer Learning Website here . Liberty Middle School would like to highlight a few in which you may be interested. Please look here for more information about additional free summer programs.

Continuity of Learning Workbooks and Signing Up for Office Hours with Liberty Middle School Teachers

FCPS students of all grade levels will receive summer workbooks that focus on math and literacy skills. Students can choose to use these workbooks to support their learning and students can sign up to attend office hours with current middle school teachers. Any student can sign up to receive office hours. Teachers and schools may also invite students to attend office hours. Click here to sign up if you would like to receive the links for the office hours for Continuity of Learning. They are listed below for reference but you must sign up to attend!

 

 

 

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Liberty Newsletter-June 10, 2020

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From Mr. E:

It is our honor to serve our community as educators and to partner with you in your child’s education.  An education of the mind without the education of the heart is no education at all.  We have seen tremendous heart and resilience from our students, staff, and families over the past months, and I personally want to thank you for your partnership and support.  I know that our path forward as a school division for the fall will become more clear over the coming weeks.  No matter what, I have learned that this community can overcome whatever challenges lie ahead. 

Be well, stay safe, and see you soon!

      End of Year Car Parade Celebration

Friday, June 12th from 2 - 3 PM

We are excited to announce that we are offering a Car Parade celebration for ALL students and their families!! 

You are encouraged to show your student name in a window of your car and to decorate your car with signage and balloons.  We understand you may want to pass along gifts to the teachers, and to keep everyone safe we are asking that gifts are not exchanged at this time. Thanks in advance for understanding!  

The staff will line the sidewalk in front of the building.  For the safety of everyone participating we must follow social distancing guidelines and all students and family members are asked to remain in their cars.

The weather looks great, but in case of a weather event, the parade will not be rescheduled.  If you need one last chance to pick up locker materials or return any items, please go to the Kiss N’ Ride Loop before or after you travel through the Bus Loop for the parade.  We will have a staff member outside the cafeteria to connect with you. 

Summer Reading Program for LMS students

Attention students : To play reading Bingo, complete the squares and make Bingos.

Every student is required to complete the middle square of a free choice book in order to fulfill the summer reading requirement, and the
rest of the board is for fun (optional)

Here is the link to the bingo board.
Remember: You will return this form in the fall to your English teacher. 

Happy Reading!

Talent Share 2020

Liberty Middle School is proud to present our Virtual Talent Share!  This year's performance features several of our 7th and 8th graders and a wide range of acts.  We would like to thank all of the students who contributed to this performance and thanks to our school community for making this happen! Here is the link to view the Talent Share!

National Junior Honor Society

Our National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) has wrapped up the school by recognizing student members for their positive contributions in our community. Congratulations to our members, officers, and to our students who earned special recognition for academics and service hours in NJHS. Congratulations to the awesome Liberty Middle School 8th grade members of NJHS who met the membership requirements and received their NJHS pin in a virtual pinning ceremony.

Team Awards

Although we value and love all of our students, the teams at Liberty Middle School were asked to select two students that stood out and truly excelled this year. These students embody the characteristics of a Liberty Lion. They are positive, hardworking, and compassionate towards others. Their teachers are proud of how they have grown. The families will receive a letter in the mail with the personal write-ups from their student’s teachers. We want to say Congratulations to the following students:

Pride  – Ruth McGhee, Pablo Carrillo

AllStars – Mlumbeni Nkhoma, Emmanuel Hernandez

Patriots – Leah Rowden, Nicholas Mills

Navigators – Arianna Portella, Luke Scharkowski

Rockets- Sanju Varghese, Oguz Yeter

Wizards- Virginia (Ginny) Shaw, Sujal Ghimire

Eagles- Hannah Wakefield, Xavier Andrades

Comets- Kassidy Collins, Noah Pate

Congratulations! We know you all will continue to do great things!

Literary and Arts Magazine

Literary and Arts Magazine

Our students have developed their creative voices, learned and mastered fine and literary art techniques and skills, and tackled creative problem solving. Below is a showcase of student work that we thought you would enjoy viewing. Here is the link to it on our website.   You can also view the magazine from your student’s Google account at this link

Clinical Team Newsletter for June

In this edition, you will find numerous relevant topics.  Topics covered are:  talking to your children about racism, socially distant activities, weekly parent checklist, confronting unknowns, virtual activities to do, HOPE CHATS, activities and resources on racism and your clinical team contacts. We hope you find it helpful!

Click here to access some additional resources and announcements from our school social worker.  

 

 

 

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Locker Item Retrieval FINAL PICK UP TOMORROW:  THURSDAY, JUNE 4

Liberty MS is following county guidelines and allowing times for parents to pick up items that students had in both their regular and PE locker, as well as medicine left in the clinic.  Our staff have packed up the items & they are labeled and ready for pick up. 

  • Please enter through Kiss&Ride entrance and follow staff directions.
  • Please remain in your car.  No parents or students will be allowed to enter the building.
  • You may return textbooks, library books, calculators at the same time.
  • Please see the schedule below for days & times for pick up of items. 
  • If you cannot attend at your allotted time frame, you may come during the other hours offered but we have split it alphabetically to cut down lines and wait time.
  • Please write STUDENT last name, first name, team, and student ID largely on a piece of paper to be displayed on your dashboard.  
  • If you do not pick up your items they will either be discarded or donated.  We will not be holding items beyond June 4th.
  • We are not responsible for lost items.
Academic and Career Plan—Parent signature required!

During this period of distance learning, we encourage you to take this time to work with your child to explore college and career options. In middle and high school, your child will work with his or her teachers and school counselor to discover his or her personal strengths and interests, create goals to help achieve success, plan for courses that meet high school graduation requirements, and prepare for life after high school. The development of the Academic and Career Plan (ACP) starts in middle school and is updated regularly throughout high school as each student’s academic, personal, and career goals evolve. 

Please have your child log into his or her ACP in Family Connection and, with your child, explore the following information:

  • strengths and career surveys
  • goals
  • resume builder
  • draft course plans for high school

If you have a Blackboard Parent Vue account, you can log into your account and together you and your child can view his or her plan. The Virginia Department of Education (VDOE) requires that the student’s parent or guardian review this plan. Once you have reviewed your child’s plan, use this Google form to complete the verification. The completion of this form will serve as your signature. This must be completed by Friday, July 10, 2020. For more information about your child’s ACP, visit the ACP website.  If you have questions, please contact your child’s counselor.

Free Vaccinations

The Fairfax County Health Department is offering free childhood vaccinations by appointment.  

Please see the following flyers for information

English flyer 

Spanish flyer

Social worker Resources

Click here to find some additional resources and announcements from our school social worker.  These resources can also be found on the Liberty MS Website.  

 

 

 

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Liberty Newsletter-May 27, 2020

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Locker Item Retrieval

Liberty MS is following county guidelines and allowing times for parents to pick up items that students had in both their regular and PE locker, as well as medicine left in the clinic.  Our staff have packed up the items and they are labeled and ready for pick up. 

Important Notes:

  • This will be “drive through” only.  Please enter through Kiss and Ride entrance and follow staff directions.
  • Please remain in your car.  No parents or students will be allowed to enter the building.
  • You may return textbooks, library books, calculators at the same time.
  • We will have a separate drop off in June for laptops.
  • Please see the schedule below for days & times for pick up of items. 
  • If you cannot attend at your allotted time frame, you may come during the other hours offered but we have split it alphabetically to cut down lines and wait time.
  • 8th graders if you forgot to come yesterday you are welcome to come tomorrow at times listed below for 7th grade!
  • Please write STUDENT last name, first name, team, and student ID largely on a piece of paper to be displayed on your dashboard.  
  • If you do not pick up your items by the last pick up day (June 4th), your items will either be discarded or donated.  We will not be holding items beyond June 4th.
  • We are not responsible for lost items.
Academic and Career Plan—Parent signature required!

During this period of distance learning, we encourage you to take this time to work with your child to explore college and career options. In middle and high school, your child will work with his or her teachers and school counselor to discover his or her personal strengths and interests, create goals to help achieve success, plan for courses that meet high school graduation requirements, and prepare for life after high school. The development of the Academic and Career Plan (ACP) starts in middle school and is updated regularly throughout high school as each student’s academic, personal, and career goals evolve. 

Please have your child log into his or her ACP in Family Connection and, with your child, explore the following information:

  • strengths and career surveys
  • goals
  • resume builder
  • draft course plans for high school

If you have a Blackboard Parent Vue account, you can log into your account and together you and your child can view his or her plan. The Virginia Department of Education (VDOE) requires that the student’s parent or guardian review this plan. Once you have reviewed your child’s plan, use this Google form to complete the verification. The completion of this form will serve as your signature. This must be completed by Friday, July 10, 2020. For more information about your child’s ACP, visit the ACP website.  If you have questions, please contact your child’s counselor.

Talent Showcase

Attention all singers, dancers, comedians, magicians, and performers of all kinds! This year's talent share will be a virtual show presented online at the end of our school year. The show is open to anyone interested in performing. Performers must provide their own instruments and/or anything you need to perform! You will also need to be able to record a video of your own performance. Lyrics must be school appropriate. The deadline for submissions is Friday 5/29. If you have questions, email Ms. Todhunter at jatodhunter@fcps.edu.

Talent Share Showcase Sign Up!

Only 4 days left to order a yearbook!

Good News! We have extended the deadline to order a Liberty Middle School yearbook to June 1. For your convenience, yearbooks will be mailed to your home address.  Click here for more information and to order your yearbook.

Social worker Resources

Click here to find some additional resources and announcements from our school social worker.  These resources can also be found on the Liberty MS Website.  

 

 

 

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Liberty Newsletter-May 20, 2020

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Locker Item Retrieval

Liberty MS is following county guidelines and allowing times for parents to pick up items that students had in both their regular and PE locker, as well as medicine left in the clinic.  Our staff have packed up the items and they are labeled and ready for pick up. 

Important Notes:

  • This will be “drive through” only.  Please enter through Kiss and Ride entrance and follow staff directions.
  • Please remain in your car.  No parents or students will be allowed to enter the building.
  • You may return textbooks, library books, calculators at the same time.
  • We will have a separate drop off in June for laptops.
  • Please see the schedule below for days and times for pick up of items.  If you cannot attend at your allotted time frame, you may come during the other hours offered but we have split it alphabetically to cut down lines and wait time.
  • Please write STUDENT last name, first name, and student ID largely on a piece of paper to be displayed on your dashboard.  
  • If you do not pick up your items by the last pick up day (June 4th), your items will either be discarded or donated.  We will not be holding items beyond June 4th.
  • We are not responsible for lost items.
Student Intention Forms for 2020-2021

We need your help in projecting our total enrollment for next school year.  For families NOT returning to Liberty Middle School in the fall of 2020-2021, please complete and return the “Student’s Intention for the Next School Year” form by Friday, May 22, 2020.  You may access the form on the FCPS public website: https://www.fcps.edu/registration/forms#intention-form .

A typed parent/guardian name on the Parent Signature line is acceptable, and the Student ID Number may be left blank if you do not have the information.  Please save the completed form, attach it to an email, and send to Jenni Carnahan at jscarnahan@fcps.edu.  If you do not have the capability to complete and email the form, you may leave a telephone message at: 703-988-8200.  Information to include in the message is:  Name of student; Parent/Guardian name and telephone number; current grade; name of school of attendance for next school year, indicating if the school is in FCPS, another county or state, private school, or intention to home school.

We appreciate your help in helping us to plan for the 2020-2021 school year.

From the Liberty Clinical Team

Here is a newsletter for our parents.  Issues addressed are parenting in quarantine, parenting self care, helping your students work in the digital world and activity ideas while in quarantine.  We hope you enjoy reading it and find it useful.

ESOL Online Summer Program

Join us online this summer to practice reading, writing, listening, and speaking in English.  All Middle School and High School English Learners (levels 1-4) are invited to participate!  This free program is called ESOL Language and Literacy Connections and is three weeks long. Classes will meet from June 22-July 14, 2020.   Each day, students will participate in one hour of online learning with a teacher and one hour of independent work. You can choose a class in the morning or in the evening.  

  •        Morning: 10:30am-11:30am
  •        Evening: 7:00pm-8:00pm

For more information and to register, contact your ESOL Teacher  or visit ESOL Summer Learning. We hope to see you!

Yearbook update

Good News! We have extended the deadline to order a Liberty Middle School yearbook to June 1. For your convenience, yearbooks will be mailed to your home address.  Click here for more information and to order your yearbook.

PTA Board Nominations

We hope this email finds you well and that each and all of our families have been healthy during this time.  In preparation for the 2020-2021 school year, we are accepting nominations for positions on the PTA Executive Board which includes the following positions:   President, Vice President, Treasurer, Secretary. 

Voting will take place later in May 2020 via virtual meeting. We will have more information to share next week.  If you are interested in playing an important role in supporting our school, we want to hear from you- Please note the PTA must have a President and a Treasurer to continue into next year!

Please reach out to  libertymiddleschoolpta@gmail.com for nominations and role-specific details.

We look forward to having you and thank you for considering to serve. Please stay safe and healthy!

Sincerely,

LMS PTA Executive Board

WFCM Food Pantry

Here are three new ways to help families in need in our community. The WFCM food pantry is a resource for many of our Liberty families. Through community support, the pantry was able to provide 95,504 lbs. of food to 551 families, 1,580 individuals, last month. This included 532 School’s Out bags of food for school age kids. 41,000 lbs. of food was received through donations and with an additional $7,500, the pantry was able to purchase food to fill in the gaps for our families.  If you would like to be a part of this community outreach, there are three different ways you can support the food pantry.

  1. Donate cash on their website https://wfcmva.org/
  2. Click on the Amazon link and ship food items directly to the food pantry through their  Amazon wish list 
  3. Shop at the Giant Food Store located at 5615 Stone Road, Centreville, VA 20120 and place your donated food items into the “lend a box” bins at Giant which go directly to the food pantry
Social worker Resources

Click here to find some additional resources and announcements from our school social worker.  These resources can also be found on the Liberty MS Website.  

 

 

 

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Locker Clean Out

Please be on the look out in next weeks newsletter for more information on days and times to pick up items that were left in lockers.  

Do’s and Don’ts of Distance Learning

Watch our Student Services team demonstrating what you should NOT be doing during Distance Learning, and sharing some tips about what you SHOULD be doing!  Use this link to view the video.

Key tips:

-Get enough sleep, and wake up about an hour before your first class.

-Set up a work space with minimal distractions.

-Join your class sessions on time.

-Create a routine, and follow it.

-Reach out to your teachers and counselor if you need help.

-Keep a positive attitude, and be persistent!

Liberty Middle School Take First Place in Math League Competition

Congratulations to Liberty Middle School for finishing First Place in the Middle School Mathematics League Competition in Fairfax County Public Schools this year! Liberty has achieved 1st Place for three years in a row!  A huge shout out to Mrs. Kristina Yeany who is our Math League sponsor and to all of our math teachers who inspire our students to excel academically and volunteer their time as proctors. Congratulations to all of our fabulous students who consistently demonstrate excellence in mathematics! We would also like to give a special shout out to our top scoring students.  First Place: Nandita Sugasi;  Second Place: Sean Lucas and Jia Mody; Third Place: Rohak Das.  Congratulations Liberty Middle School!  

Liberty Middle School Talent Share Showcase!

Attention all singers, dancers, comedians, magicians, and performers of all kinds!  This year's talent share will be a virtual show presented online at the end of our school year.   The show is open to anyone interested in performing.   Performers must provide their own instruments and/or anything you need to perform!  You will also need to be able to record a video of your own performance.  Lyrics must be school appropriate.  If you have questions, email Ms. Todhunter at jatodhunter@fcps.edu

Talent Share Flyer

Talent Share Sign Up/Submission Form

Student Intention Forms for 2020-2021

We need your help in projecting our total enrollment for next school year.  For families NOT returning to Liberty Middle School in the fall of 2020-2021, please complete and return the “Student’s Intention for the Next School Year” form by Friday, May 22, 2020.  You may access the form on the FCPS public website: https://www.fcps.edu/registration/forms#intention-form .

A typed parent/guardian name on the Parent Signature line is acceptable, and the Student ID Number may be left blank if you do not have the information.  Please save the completed form, attach it to an email, and send to Jenni Carnahan at jscarnahan@fcps.edu.  If you do not have the capability to complete and email the form, you may leave a telephone message at: 703-988-8200.  Information to include in the message is:  Name of student; Parent/Guardian name and telephone number; current grade; name of school of attendance for next school year, indicating if the school is in FCPS, another county or state, private school, or intention to home school.

We appreciate your help in helping us to plan for the 2020-2021 school year.

Yearbook update

Good News! We have extended the deadline to order a Liberty Middle School yearbook to June 1. For your convenience, yearbooks will be mailed to your home address.  Click here for more information and to order your yearbook.

Social worker Resources

Click here to find some additional resources and announcements from our school social worker.  These resources can also be found on the Liberty MS Website.  

 

 

 

Connect with Liberty Middle School on Facebook and Twitter

 

 

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4th Quarter Grading Clarity

FCPS has stated that the 4th quarter is NOT graded and does not get averaged into the final mark for the year.  Teachers can use students’ participation in activities to bump their final mark for the year by one degree (ex. From B to B+).  Their participation in 4th quarter cannot lower their final grade.  The county also provided three codes which now appear in SIS:  P (Proficient), A (Attempted), and NA (Not Attempted) to help teachers and parents track student participation.  

Because the 4th quarter is NOT graded, and we do not have control of these codes, Liberty will be using the “Proficient” code to mean that an assignment was completed rather than to communicate the students’ mastery or accuracy with that assignment which aligns more clearly with the other two codes.  Otherwise, clearly defining what “Proficient” means takes us back into the participation being “graded” creating more angst for both students and staff.  

Teachers will use these codes as feedback and take them into consideration for bumping up the final mark recognizing the challenges students must overcome simply to participate. 

Grades should not be our primary motivator or focus during this time. Quality instruction, engagement, well-being, and staying connected should remain our focus. To support well-being, we have further adjusted our parameters around workload after hearing from our students and parents.  Outside of the 45 minute scheduled sessions, each course’s assignments should require no more than 90 minutes during the rest of the week. If it is taking your student longer in a particular content area, please guide them to set that limit and contact the teacher for support.  Resources have been developed and sent through Blackboard to support your student with self-managing their assignments and time.

I am so proud of and thankful for our amazing teachers as we celebrate their dedication during Teacher and Staff Appreciation Week. Thank you to our PTA and everyone who has reached out to express your gratitude and offer encouragement.  We want you to know that we could not do this without you.  Thank you for remaining as our partners in this time that calls for unity.

Mr. E

Teacher Appreciation week

It's not tool late to thank a teacher-use this link to send a note of thanks!

Student Intention Forms for 2020-2021

We need your help in projecting our total enrollment for next school year.  For families NOT returning to Liberty Middle School in the fall of 2020-2021, please complete and return the “Student’s Intention for the Next School Year” form by Friday, May 22, 2020.  You may access the form on the FCPS public website: https://www.fcps.edu/registration/forms#intention-form .

A typed parent/guardian name on the Parent Signature line is acceptable, and the Student ID Number may be left blank if you do not have the information.  Please save the completed form, attach it to an email, and send to Jenni Carnahan at jscarnahan@fcps.edu.  If you do not have the capability to complete and email the form, you may leave a telephone message at: 703-988-8200.  Information to include in the message is:  Name of student; Parent/Guardian name and telephone number; current grade; name of school of attendance for next school year, indicating if the school is in FCPS, another county or state, private school, or intention to home school.

We appreciate your help in helping us to plan for the 2020-2021 school year.

Yearbook update

Good News! We have extended the deadline to order a Liberty Middle School yearbook to June 1. For your convenience, yearbooks will be mailed to your home address.  Click here for more information and to order your yearbook.

PTA Board Nominations

We hope this email finds you well and that each and all of our families have been healthy during this time.  In preparation for the 2020-2021 school year, we are accepting nominations for positions on the PTA Executive Board.

Positions open for election are: President, Vice President, Treasurer, Secretary

Voting will take place in May 2020 via virtual meeting. We will have more information to share in the coming days.  If you are interested in playing an important role in supporting our school, we want to hear from you!  

Please reach out to  libertymiddleschoolpta@gmail.com for nominations and role-specific details.

We look forward to having you and thank you for considering to serve. Please stay safe and healthy!

Sincerely,

LMS PTA Executive Board

Social worker Resources

Click here to find some additional resources and announcements from our school social worker.  These resources can also be found on the Liberty MS Website.  

 

 

 

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Liberty Newsletter-April 29, 2020

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Letter From Mr. E:

Dear Parents,

I offer the following non-education article as a source of comfort and validation to you as you juggle so many new and competing responsibilities as parents.  When I use the word “grace”, I am inferring that you should give yourself permission not to have to get an A+ at parenting, homeschooling, and being a working parent.  There is no “balance” here, but rather a matter of prioritizing. 

We are continuing to reflect on how we can streamline and ease the burden while deferring to you in terms of how much your child takes advantage of the learning opportunities provided.  Distance learning is not about completing assignments or earning a grade.  It is about engagement, connection, and routine.  Social media posts from friends who are using this time to do amazing things only fuel the feeling that you may not be doing enough when really survival is the main goal of this quarantine. 

You are not alone.  Reach out to us if you need support or feel overwhelmed or frustrated.  We’ve got your back.   I am also attaching the link to our FCPS Parent Resource Center. The Fairfax County Government also just launched a parent support line

Please know how thankful we are for every attempt you make to support your child to engage and connect with what we are offering.  Please keep well-being the top priority for you and for your entire family. 

Sincerely,

Mr. E

In case you missed it...

Please enjoy this video message from our staff and share it with your students!

Teacher Appreciation week

Please see below for some ways you and your students can reach out to thank teachers during Virtual Teacher Appreciation Week.

Virtual Comic Book Club

We now have a virtual comics club for students to join during this quarantine!  It is on Google Classroom  and the code is: wwto6qe

There is a parent info/permission form, some videos, and a reading guide.  The students will need internet access to use Comixology to download the books (each is 99 cents).  They only have to read 1 to join.  There will be intermittent online activities as well.  

Yearbook update

Good News! We have extended the deadline to order a Liberty Middle School yearbook to June 1. For your convenience, yearbooks will be mailed to your home address.  Click here for more information and to order your yearbook.

PTA Board Nominations

We hope this email finds you well and that each and all of our families have been healthy during this time.  In preparation for the 2020-2021 school year, we are accepting nominations for positions on the PTA Executive Board.

Positions open for election are: President, Vice President, Treasurer, Secretary

Voting will take place in May 2020 via virtual meeting. We will have more information to share in the coming days.  If you are interested in playing an important role in supporting our school, we want to hear from you!  

Please reach out to  libertymiddleschoolpta@gmail.com for nominations and role-specific details.

We look forward to having you and thank you for considering to serve. Please stay safe and healthy!

Sincerely,

LMS PTA Executive Board

10 Quarantine Tips for the National PTA

As you juggle working at home and keeping your kids occupied and learning, try these 10 quarantine activities from author Dan Pegram to keep everyone sane. - Courtesy of our National PTA  

Social worker Resources

Click here to find some additional resources and announcements from our school social worker.  These resources can also be found on the Liberty MS Website.  

 

 

 

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6801 Union Mill Road, Clifton, VA 20124 | Web | Twitter
Main Office: 703-988-8100 | Attendance:703-988-8181

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