Each day children are reminded of how to interact with each other during morning assembly. Children are rewarded based on their efforts towards academic achievement and character quality. The staff also keeps communication open with parents through email, class news letters , and various parent involved activites.
As a parent I loved the open communication I had with my little one's teacher. Any concerns I had were quickly attended to. I also enjoyed how this school opened its doors to parents to be involved through out the year with special events, and weekly news letters.
I was honestly amazed by all my little one has accomplished this year. I could tell that day in and day out her teachers had dedicated themselves to her education. This school has very dedicated teachers, and staff plus a great STEM curiculum. I think that combination makes Liberty truely the best school in town.
Children are taught to be leaders. To earn respect they must in turn be respectful. Each child is given various opportunities to lead or help in their class and school. In my child's class, every child would have the opportunity to be the class leader. This involved helping out the teacher, and class on that day.
Liberty staff often go out of their way to make children feel safe and appreciated through out the year. My little one's teacher even made my child a small pillow to help with seperation aniexty issues. Also, once a month every classmate is celebrated on their leader day. The class learns fun facts about each child, on their day. Unkind words are quickly reprimanded, and children are reminded how to behave respectfully.
Liberty Elementary is a great school. My daughter was delayed in several areas and the teachers and principal were on top of it. They did testing and got her the help that she needed. It has a small town atmosphere, they remember who you are and who your kids are. It is now becoming a magnet school and I hope that improves it and makes it even better. I would highly recommend this school.
I don't like the school. and my kids will not be going back next year I don't like the way its run or the teachers the way they do things or I should say don't do. and to tell my child what she can or can't do an its not fair about things she has no idal on what's going on. an is trying to be the mother when its not there kid to be saying those things too them if a teacher has a problem with something they need to talk to the mother and father not the child. and for a child to be bully for three years that's messed up and my child to tell the teacher and the teacher does nothing about it is also messed up you know who your are. you ask me if I like the school NO I don't!!!!!!!!!!
Two of my children attended Liberty Elementary in a space of 7 years, and as another parent pointed out, it has really gone downhill. It seems like they cannot keep a principal for more than a few years at a time, and the same for young teachers. One of my children had a dicipline problem, but rather than give me some resources where I could find help, the counselor used scare tactics with us.