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.
School of Distinction Award
Kipp Sims, Kyle Rydell, Chris Redell
Liberty Junior High was awarded the 2018 School of Distinction Award. This is the third time the school has earned this honor, which recognizes the highest improving Washington State schools for sustained performance over five years in English Language Arts and Mathematics.
Attendance Reporting Line
Attendance calls and morning bus change messages can be left for both schools by pressing option 8. Messages are checked first thing each morning and throughout the day.
Holiday Music Programs
Wednesday, December 12
5th - 12th grade band and choir "Silver Bells" concert in the HS Lancer gym.
Sunday, December 16
Liberty Jazz Band presents "A Very Liberty Christmas" at the Fairfield Community Center. This performance will be in tandem with the Fairfield Museum's Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony. The museum will open at 3:00 with chili, hot dogs, and hot chocolate available. The tree will be lit after the concert, followed by caroling!
Monday, December 17, 6:00 p.m.
Kindergarten - 4th grade students present "Santa Claus is Comin' to Liberty" in the elementary gym. As a special treat after the program, refreshments will be available as a Music Boosters fundrasier, and Spangle Service Club Santa will be here that evening for free pictures with the kids!
School will dismiss early at 12:05 on December 19 (buses will arrive 3 hours early on that day). Have a wonderful break, and we'll see you back on Thursday, January 3.
Late Start Mondays
School and buses will run one hour late each Monday throughout the year. These mornings are set aside for staff development. Breakfast will be served on 1-hour late start days, and students will attend all class periods on a slightly condensed schedule.