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Liberty Students Art on Display at Sheppard of the Valley

Liberty High School art students showcased their incredible artwork at Shepherd of the Valley, adorning the hallways of the assisted living facility from April to May! The young artists received certificates of recognition and enjoyed mingling with the wonderful residents.


Message from Nurse Banks

As the school year draws to a close, we kindly remind you to retrieve any student medications from the School Clinic by the end of this academic year, 2023-2024. Emergent medications will be retained until the close of the day on May 31, 2024. Over-the-counter medications, such as Motrin or Tylenol, are available for pickup at your convenience until the end of the school year. Please note that the final opportunity for medication pickup will be on June 6, 2024, in the school office unless alternative arrangements have been made in advance. Any unclaimed medications will be disposed of properly.

If you do not intend to retrieve medications, we kindly request that you inform the School Nurse to facilitate the process for other families.

Additionally, for students with asthma, seizures, and/or allergies, please be aware that action plans expire at the conclusion of each school year. To ensure continuity of care for the upcoming 2024-2025 school year, action plans will need to be updated during the summer break.

Should you have any questions or need to arrange medication pickup outside the designated window, don't hesitate to contact the School Nurse at (330) 759-1733, ext. 1360.

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Important Athletic Fan Update


 Parents, students, and community members,

 We are asking for your support in providing positive role-modeling for our student-athletes. The

 involvement of our students in athletics and activities contributes to the development of their

 values system. Trustworthiness, citizenship, caring, fairness, and respect are lifetime values that

 are taught through interscholastic activities and are principles of good sportsmanship and

 character. With these principles, the spirit of competition thrives, fueled by honest rivalry,

 courteous relations, and grateful acceptance of the results.

 The following are the expectations of the spectators of our student-athletes:

  Understand the purpose of educational athletics- to build character with the individual


  Understand that interscholastic athletics are about students learning and having fun.

  Make your cheers supportive and not derogating to other spectators.

  Be a positive role model through your own actions. Remain calm and composed before,

 during, and after games.

  Realize there is enough pressure on athletes to perform as it is.

 Added pressure from reacting to mistakes they make, being critical and negative, and heightened

 emotions create unneeded stress and take away from the fun of the game. We have made a

 commitment to promote good sportsmanship by student-athletes, coaches, and spectators at all

 athletic events. Profanity, degrading remarks, and intimidating actions directed at officials,

 competitors, and other fans will not be tolerated and are grounds for removal from the event site.

 Thank you for your promotion of good sportsmanship as we build character of our students

 within the context of interscholastic athletics.


 Andrew J. Tommelleo, Ed.D.


Shots For Tots Gives Back

Shots For Tots, a local nonprofit organization, once again held its bike giveaway at Blott-Guy PK-6 on Monday May 22nd! The organization distributed 20 brand-new bicycles as part of its ongoing commitment to supporting the community and Liberty Local Schools. This event marks the 12th year of the program's success, which started with two friends' desire to make a difference by donating just two bikes and has now, to date, donated over 2,000 bicycles.

Trumbull County Student Leadership & Prevention Group

We are excited to share that some of our Liberty students who are part of the Trumbull County Student Leadership & Prevention Group recently attended the We Are Change "What's Your Real!" event in Columbus. Since its inception in 2012, this annual event has brought together thousands of young people from across the state to promote healthy lifestyles, break down the stigma around teen substance misuse, and support one another in a like-minded community.

In today's youth environments, young people are increasingly aware of the importance of mental well-being and its role in preventing substance use and misuse. By empowering healthy youth, the We Are Change Rally encourages them to become agents of positive change for themselves, their peers, and their communities.

If you're interested in getting involved, the Ohio Youth-Led Prevention Network offers crucial support to youth, schools, parents, and youth-serving organizations. As a partnership between the Prevention Action Alliance and the Ohio Department of Mental Health & Addiction Services, the network provides valuable resources, training, and connections to like-minded groups working together to develop and strengthen substance misuse prevention and mental health promotion efforts at the state and local levels.