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  • November 2018


    Dear Liberty Families,

    As many of you know, Liberty’s student population is growing; the number of students enrolled this year is more than expected.  This increased enrollment has created some large class sizes.  The good news is we are receiving additional staffing to address this concern.  I have worked closely with our department leaders and teachers to identify necessary adjustments and have developed a plan for the changes.

    While changing classes at this point may not feel ideal, smaller and more balanced classes will allow students more direct contact with their teachers.  We will be adding an additional four classes to the master schedule, which will affect multiple grade levels. Other classes may be affected as well as we work to balance class sizes and make the best use of allocated teaching time.  Our goal is to make thoughtful and caring changes with as little impact as possible. 

    Changes will take place at the end of the first quarter, on November 2nd. Students will receive a new schedule the morning of Monday, November 5th.  

    Thank you for your understanding and flexibility as we make adjustments to create more positive outcomes for our students.


    Gregory E. Timmons


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  • Visible Identification Card

    Beginning on September 17, 2018 all staff and students' identification card must be visible on a lanyard around neck or clipped above the waist. If you do not have an ID, please visit the main office for a temporary ID.

    If you're a visitor please check into the office for a visitor badge.

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  • Senior Portraits

    Due to the yearbook staff by November 16, 2018.

    Guidelines for Photos:

    All photos must be vertical  2” x 3” with 300 Dpi.

    Only headshots will be accepted, no full body photos.

    Please make sure your face and head are not obstructed or cropped off.

    No hands, hats or sunglasses in photos.

    No props or animals in photo with you.

    No double exposure prints.

    No filters applied.

    All clothing must meet LHS/HSD handbook guidelines.

    Please have you or your photographer title the image: lastname_firstname    (Example: Smith_John)

    All images must be digital copies and submitted as a JPG, TIFF, PSD, or PNG file.

    Send all images through our E-share community, go to www.hjeshare.com and type in the access code: FALCONS then follow instructions the site gives you.

    If you are unable to get photographs done on your own, please contact yearbook advisor Meghan McCaffrey at mccaffrm@hsd.k12.or.us  15 minute photo sessions for your child can be arranged to be taken on LHS campus until November 9th.

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Principal's Message

  • Greg Timmons

    Dear Liberty Falcon Community,

    It is with great excitement that I welcome you to the 2018-19 school year.  This will be an exciting year for us as we welcome the class of 2022, continue to prepare the classes of 2021 and 2020, and graduate the class of 2019.

    Our school mission statement reads, “Liberty High School students will actively take part in their education, demonstrate respect and pride in themselves and their community, and possess the skills necessary for success.”  As visitors enter Liberty through the rotunda and look up, they see the mission statement written around the top.  The mission statement and its placement is meaningful because it symbolizes our staff commitment to preparing each of our students for future success.

    This student handbook describes numerous opportunities and guidelines to help our students live out the mission statement to “demonstrate respect and pride in themselves and their community.”  I look forward to the many ways that students will develop “skills necessary for success” through core academic classes, a wide variety of elective classes and focus programs, AP courses, and dual-credit options as well as through many extra-curricular activities, sports and clubs.

     Liberty High School is also focused on creating strong partnerships between home and school to establish trust through open communication.  We know this is critical to support our students.

     As always, I ask each of you to be proud of Liberty.  I know I am looking forward to standing on the stage at graduation, beaming with pride, as we celebrate the accomplishments of our students.

    Go Falcons,


    Greg Timmons

    Liberty High School Principal

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