Welcome to Liberty!
Liberty is a small rural school district twenty miles south of Spokane serving the communities of Spangle, Fairfield, Latah, Waverly, Plaza and Mt. Hope. We provide a comprehensive educational program for about 400 students in grades K-12 including FFA, FBLA, robotics, computer assisted drafting, AP courses in English, math, and Spanish as well as interscholastic sports for grades 7-12. Small class sizes and a close family atmosphere combine for success through individual attention and high accountability.
Liberty Elementary and Junior High students are going for the gold...in reading!
Now through March 9, students are participating in Olympic-themed competitions and dress-up days and logging reading minutes for classroom contests, certificates, pennant ribbons, and a free ticket to Silverwood. All log sheets and reading totals will need to be turned in by Monday, March 12, to qualify.
Friday, Feb. 9 - Class Spirit Day
Thursday, Feb. 15 - Pajama Day
Friday, Feb. 23 - Olympic Event Day
Thursday, Mar. 1 - Wacky Day
Friday, Mar. 9 - Team USA Day
Attendance Reporting Line
Attendance calls and morning bus change messages can now be left for both schools by pressing option 8. Messages are checked first thing each morning and throughout the day.
Thank you, Liberty voters!
Both levies are passing. Thank you for your support!
Lancer Wrestling - On to State!
Congratulations and good luck to our Lancer coaches and wrestlers who are competing at the Mat Classic Tournament at the Tacoma Dome February 16-17! Click here for tournament information and brackets.
Maizy Feltwell (115), Charlie Harrington (285), Glen Johnson (182), Charlie Johnson (155), and alternates Josiah Cwik and Cole Prince.
School of Distinction
Chris Redell, Kyle Rydell, and Kipp Sims
Congratulations to Liberty Junior High staff and students, recipients of the 2017 School of Distinction award. The award is the only one in the state entirely focused on combined improvement in ELA and math for Elementary and Middle Schools, sustained over a five-year period. Achieving this award requires continued, intentional effort from leaders and staff members. It is truly an award that recognizes the accomplishments of a dedicated and focused group of adults doing their best work for their students. Click here for more information.
Late Start Mondays
Each Monday during the months of October through April, school will start one hour late to allow for staff development meetings
High school classes will begin at 9:20, and elementary/JH students will enter the building off of the buses at 9:10. Breakfast will still be served to any students needing to eat at school.