Liberty-Benton School District exists so that its students graduate equipped to reach their potential in academics, good character, American citizenship, independent living, and critical thinking at a cost that is financially supported by the community taxpayers.
1.1 Good Character
All students are expected to practice the traits of good character such as kindness, generosity, honesty, self-restraint, personal discipline, personal responsibility, respect for others, respect for property, and respect for authority.
1.2 American Citizenship
All students are instructed in the history, traditions, and principles of American culture and government.
Students understand the founding principles, design, and function of our republic and how it differs from other forms of government.
Students will understand the historical transformation of American Government and can contrast the same against the original design and principals found in the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the United States.
Students understand the rights and responsibilities of citizenship and the importance of liberty.
1.3 Independent Living
All students are proficient in the practical skills necessary for independent living such as budgeting, saving, investing, banking , personal debt , contracts, insurance, income tax returns and health and wellness.
Graduates are provided an academic foundation that enables them to move successfully into the next phase of their lives.
1.5 Critical Thinking
All students will think critically, be open minded, evaluate evidence, reason with facts, evaluate assumptions and understand the importance of these skills in decision making and the discovery of truth.