Liberty Elementary

Lexington, Kentucky

A Traditional & Dual Language Immersion School

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  • School Supply Lists for 2021-2022 School Year

    Yes, the school year has just ended, but at some point you are going to want to know what school supplies your Liberty student(s) are going to need for next year.  We will post the school supply lists by July 1st.  You'll be able to find them here before they are sent through the mail to you.  Enjoy your summer and we'll see you August 11th!

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  • Help Desk offers summer hours


    The district's Technology Department will assist all summer with FCPS email accounts, Chromebooks, etc. Students and families may call the Help Desk at (859) 381-4410 between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. weekdays. FCPS staff may call (859) 381-4357.

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  • Star Shoot Mural Unveiled

    After months of work, Mr. Peterson unveiled the mural that will hang on the Star Shoot side of Liberty Elementary.  Click here for the full story. 

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  • Dual language immersion teacher runner-up for international honor

    Lucia FraileLucia Fraile, the third grade dual language immersion teacher at Liberty Elementary, was awarded runner-up for the 2021 Teacher of the Year Award presented by the Education Office of Spain to the United States and Canada. They have recognized her excellent work as a teacher and cultural ambassador. To participate in this contest, Fraile organized a virtual intercultural event with students at Liberty and their peers from Sevilla, Spain. More than 200 students participated – interacting and conversing in English and Spanish and sharing their talents and hobbies. “One of the most important opportunities dual language learning opens to students is the access to experience and appreciate diverse cultures,” Fraile said. 

    Fraile is in her fifth year at Liberty, where she also taught kindergarten. She has 10 years of experience overall, including stints in Sevilla and in London, England. “I cannot stress enough the importance of connecting with the students, getting to know them, and of course the use of humor,” she said. “I try to make my students feel happy and safe in the class, which motivates them to learn both the language and the content.”

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  • School of the Year Award

    Congratulations to Liberty Elementary School, who was awarded runner-up for elementary schools in the School of the Year contest, presented by the Education Office of Spain to the United States and Canada.  There were many great schools who applied across the United States and Canada and we’re so happy to finish so high.  Congratulations to the teachers, staff and students!


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  • IDEA 45


    Use your phone to throw and catch paper planes to people around the world.

    Get your own ready, stamp it and send it away!

    Paperplane world



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  •  IDEA 44


    Visit the fate of coastal cities Google Earth

    On your phone/tablet: download Google Earth for IOS or Android.

    On a computer/laptop: just go to the Google Earth website.


    STEP 1: Open the app/website


    STEP 2: Go to "Voyager"


    STEP 3: Go to "Travel"


    STEP 4: Scroll down until you find "Sea Level Rise and the Fate of Coastal Cities" (you can also look it up in the magnifier)




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