FCPS shares updates on meals pickup & P-EBT cards
As a reminder to FCPS families, all meals are free for all students whether in the cafeteria or via pickup if still in remote learning. This federal waiver is in effect for the rest of the 2020-21 school year.
Eligible families also receive help buying groceries through the federally funded Pandemic-EBT cards, which go out to qualified students.
Liberty Elementary Return to In-Person Plan
February 12, 2021
With plans now in place for Kindergarten, First and Second grades to return to in-person instruction starting Tuesday February 16, 2021, Liberty administration wants all parents to know where they can see the plan for in-person instruction.
Updated School Supply Lists
February 11, 2021
As we approach the date for the return to in-person learning, some grade levels are revising their school supply lists for students returning to in-person learning. Click here to go to the School Supply Lists page on the Liberty website. If there has been a revision, there will be a date of the revision in the title.
Liberty Return to In-Person Instruction Video with Mrs. Kear
With the announcement Tuesday February 2 from the Fayette County School District that a plan to return to in-person learning using a graduated approach is in place, Liberty principal Mrs. Kear wanted to make sure families know what to expect when students return in the near future. Please click here to see her video.
Celebrating Family Resource Youth Service Centers Week
One part of our school that is very important but doesn't get the recognition that it deserves is our FRC (Family Resource Center). Thanks to Alaina Bailey and the work she does for our families here at Liberty Elementary School.
FAMILY TIME IS QUALITY TIME
DAILY IDEAS TO SPEND QUALITY TIME WITH YOUR KIDS AT HOME
Use your phone to throw and catch paper planes to people around the world.
Get your own ready, stamp it and send it away!
Visit the fate of coastal cities Google Earth
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)