School Counselor Preschool-6th Grade- Mrs. Sallee


It is my absolute pleasure to be Liberty's Preschool through sixth grade school counselor! I love this opportunity to work with students and families!  If you have any questions at anytime please feel free to reach out to me by phone or email!


Miss you

Mrs. Sallee


4115 Shady Rd.
Youngstown, Ohio  44505

Hours 8:00 a.m. - 3:15 p.m.


Please click Pawss pic below to sign up to speak with Mrs. Sallee

Please sign up here to see Mrs. Sallee


Please click the Google image to see how to log onto your Liberty account, which will give you access to your email and Google Classroom


Please click on the Progress book link Below to learn how to access your grades using your google


We love our kids here at Liberty! We miss you tons!

Click the pic below to view our video for you!

                                       Miss you kiddos


Life can be very stressful and worry can begin to bubble over- please click the calm link below and allow yourself to feel the calmness in the storm of life



Please click the book image below to listen to the story- I Am Peace

I am Peace


Unfortunately due to the growing concern over Covid19 all Ohio schools have had to close.  This is a very difficult time for our students, families, and world.  I have attached some useful information to use to help you navigate this unique situation.


If anyone needs me- please do not hesitate to reach out to me by email- it seems to be the most reliable source-

I will have online/email office hours Monday - Friday from 9-11 and 12-2

Honestly though please reach out at anytime- I often check my email all throughout the day

If someone is in danger of hurting them self or others please call 911 immediately to get help

Otherwise feel free to reach out about any questions, concerns, academics, schedules, testing, passwords and registrations- I will try to help the best I can given the current situation!

Be safe, healthy, wise, and positive!

Mrs.  Sallee and Pawss!



Possible way to organize your child's day!

             Covid19 information

Things to Try!

Things to try


How to talk to your kids about the Coronavirus

How to talk to kids about the Coronavirus


Mindful Resources- Click here to access


Spreading kindness has a ripple effect! Check this video out! We can do this Leopards!

Life vest

                                                            In everything, be kind

                             how to handle this



Below are some activities that you can 

do with your child:


GIANT LIST of ideas for being home with kids!


12 Museums from around the World that allow you to take a Virtual Tour!


                                                   SEL Activities


Feelings Wheel             


           Blurting Out                       


Identifying Feelings 




Safe School Hotline - 1-800-418-6423 ext. 359

Liberty Local Schools Mission Statement

The mission of the Liberty Local Schools is to provide all students with 21st Century Skills to ensure life-long learning through a rigorous college and career readiness program with an emphasis on literacy and numeracy. As a result, students will become responsible, productive members of a global society.



State of Ohio Bullying Prevention  

Keep Schools Safe

Bullying in Schools

Parent Help for Bullying


Cyberbulling - An Overview for PArents, Teachers & Students


Children & Grief

Healthy Grieving

A Healing Place

Suicide Prevention

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention

Teen Screening

Jason Foundation

Ohio Suicide Prevention

Trumbull County Suicide Prevention Hotline:            (330) 393-1565

National Hopeline Network: 1 (800) Suicide


Mental Health

Our Community Agencies

S.A.F.E Alternatives (self-harm)

Your Life Your Voice


Alcohol & Drug Prevention

Alcoholics Anonymous

Alcoholics Anonymous for Teens


National Institute on Alcohol Abuse

Chart for Parents

Drug Rehab 


Dating Violence Prevention

Someplace Safe

Love is Respect

Safe Youth

Students Against Violence



Dealing with Teen Depression

More Than Sad

Youth Depression


Eating Disorders

National Eating Disorder Association

A Chance to Heal

Something Fishy


College Credit Plus

College Credit Plus 2020-2021: Overview

College Credit Plus is a statewide Ohio program that provides an opportunity for qualified students in grades 7-12 to take college courses for both high school and college credit. The purpose of this program is to promote rigorous academic pursuits and provide a wide variety of options to college-ready students. Taking a college course from a public college or university is free. That means no cost to the family of public and private school students for tuition, books or fees.

For more information visit the following website:

The Department of Higher Education

CCP college/university information:

College Credit Plus - Youngstown State University

College Credit Plus - Kent State University-Trumbull

College Credit Plus - Eastern Gateway Community College

Important Dates to Remember

  • March 8 – last day to register for the April ACT without a fee
  • April 1 – Last day to submit the annual Letter of Intent to participate in CCP to the LHS Guidance Office (Mr. Jones)
  • April 5 – Last day to complete the YSU CCP New Student Application or Continuing Application
  • April 4 – Last National ACT test accepted for admissions review for all NEW students applying to YSU in fall 2020
  • May 1 – Last day to complete the EGCC CCP Application for summer & fall 2020
  • May 1 – Last day to complete KSU-T Application for summer & fall 2020
  • November 1 – Last day to complete the EGCC CCP Application for spring 2021
  • November 1 – Last day to complete the KSU-T CCP Application for spring 2021

CCP LHS Scheduled Application Days, College Placement Testing, & Orientation Days

  • February 13 – EGCC Application Day 10 am-12 pm
  • February 28 – YSU CCP Application Day 9 am-11 am
  • March 17 – CCP College Placement Testing 9 am-12 pm
  • May 1 – YSU CCP Orientation Day 10 am-12 pm
  • May 8 – EGCC CCP Orientation Day 9:30 am-10:30 am


Before you Apply

  • Discuss the program with your parents/guardians & review college/universities online brochures.  These can be found on the LHS Guidance website.
  • If you or your parents/guardians have any questions about the program, schedule an appointment with Mrs. Jones.
  • Understand Eligibility, Admissions & Course Placement for each university.
  • If you have not taken the ACT or SAT - schedule to take the April 4th ACT (registration deadline February 28) or the March 14 SAT (registration deadline February 14).

Information you will need for Application Days

  • New Students
    • Social Security number
    • Student personal email address
    • Student cell phone number
    • Parent/guardian email address
    • Previous address information if you have lived at your current address
  • Continuing Students
    • Your college ID & email (e.g. if you have taken classes at YSU you will need your Penguin Portal username & password)


Click here to download the 2020-2021 Intent to Participate Form.