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Dessert at Boston’s

Camden Courtney's Art Selected for Ohio Governor’s Youth Art Exhibition

Congratulations to Liberty-Benton High School senior, Camden Courtney. Her oil painting titled, “Dessert at Boston’s” was selected for display in the Ohio Governor’s Art Exhibition. The works were judged by a panel of seven college educators and artists from the midwest. Exhibition in this show is an outstanding honor because over 11,000 high school art entries were submitted and the judges narrowed these pieces down to the very best 300. More +
State of the Schools

State of the Schools Address 2019

Mr. Kowalski presented the second annual State of the Schools address on March 11, 2019, in the high school auditorium.  There was a performance by Fermata the Blue Performance to start the event.
Our goal is that each Liberty-Benton graduate is equipped to reach his or her potential in: Good Character, American Citizenship, Independent Living, Academics and Critical Thinking.
The presentation is available for download.


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Read Across America

Read Across America Week at LB

To help celebrate Read Across America week, the high school Rhodes State College public speaking classes worked with Liberty-Benton literacy coach,  Rhonda Smith, and principal, Brenda Frankart, to arrange for high school students to read to grades K-5. Each high school student was given a Dr. Suess book to read aloud to an elementary class

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True Tax Impact

The Ballot

I often find myself talking about how rapidly our world is changing. Technology changes just as you learn a new way of doing things, information goes viral in seconds and we are constantly adjusting how we interact with the world. Liberty-Benton Local Schools has also changed the way we approach teaching our students and providing them with an excellent educational experience. More +
Students of the Month (Jan 2019)

Liberty-Benton High School Students of the Month for January

Senior Jacob Reindel is a four year basketball player and member of the Spanish Club.  His favorite classes are calculus and physics, and he enjoys watching Ohio State sporting events and learning random trivia.  He is looking forward to graduating and going to college, and his personal goal is More +
Jackie Makowski

Liberty-Benton High School Staff Member of the Month for January

Mrs. Jackie Makowski is in her fourth year as the high school secretary.  She grew up in Tiffin, and she has been married to her husband, Brian, for 17 years.  The Makowskis have 3 children: Ayden 17, Karmen 14, and Evan 11.  They also have two dogs: Carl and Rudy. More +
From the desk of Mark Kowalski

Open Enrollment

According to the Ohio Department of Education, “Open enrollment allows a student to attend school tuition-free in a district other than the district where his or her parents reside.” Sure, it sounds simple enough but the way open enrollment plays out in Ohio school districts is more nuanced than that. More +
Liberty-Benton and Blanchard Valley Center Team Up For Great Cheering

Liberty-Benton and Blanchard Valley Center Team Up For Great Cheering

As a fundraiser for the Special Olympics teams from the Blanchard Valley Center, the Liberty-Benton High School cheerleaders participated in cheering with the Special Olympics cheer team during the 2018 Local Celebrity Basketball Game.  As a result of that one-time event, a special relationship has grown and developed between the two cheer squads.

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Mark Verroco

Liberty-Benton High School Staff Member of the Month for December

Mr. Mark Verroco is in his fourth year of teaching at Liberty-Benton High School.  This is his 34th year in education, and he has also worked in Findlay City Schools, Oregon City Schools, Washington Local Schools, and Tiffin City Schools.  His hometown is Brookfield, Ohio, and he  More +
LBHS Students of the month for December 2018

Liberty-Benton High School Students of the Month for December

Senior Brooke Slezak is the student council president, a STRIDES leader, four year class treasurer, two year member of Habitudes, and a softball player for two years.  Her favorite classes are all history classes and sciences, and she works at Gillig’s Winery, babysits, attends Bible study, and enjoys watching sports.  She is looking forward to going to Ohio Northern More +
from the desk of mr kowalski

Community Advisory Team Update

We are in the midst of exciting times for the future of Liberty-Benton Schools. For the past year, we have been providing information to the Ohio Facilities Construction Commission to receive reliable feedback about how and when we may be funded for new school facilities and upgrades. While the past year has been focused on what More +
 
 
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