Graduation 2021
Graduation 2021
Graduation 2021
Graduation 2021
Graduation 2021
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Thank You
Thank You
According to Dictionary.com, the definition of gratitude is “the quality or feeling of being grateful or thankful.” There is no better way to describe how I am feeling as the 2020-2021 school year ends.

Eagle Update
Eagle Update








Summer Youth Sports Camps
The link below is a listing of the summer youth camps offered by our sports programs.  It details the grade levels along with how to register. Each sport listed has an informational brochure along with an online link to register.  Grade levels are based on the 2021-22 school year.

YEARBOOK DAY IS THE BEST DAY
Make sure you get the book full of everything Liberty Benton High School before it’s too late. Guarantee one for your student by ordering by Friday, April 16, 2021.
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Credit card installment plan available on orders of $30 or more.

Beginning Monday, February 1st, Liberty-Benton will be accepting NEW open enrollment requests along with Kindergarten Registration

Bus Route Times (Updated Nov. 2020)


An almost normal year-end!
An almost normal year-end!
Despite getting another blast of winter April 21, those who are part of the Liberty-Benton family have effectively shaken off the winter blues. The excitement on our campuses is substantial as we return to at least a semi-normal spring.

Liberty-Benton is a busy place these days. From spring sports (complete with spectators - finally!), to student recognition assemblies and the annual Arts Festival, I think we’ve all learned over the last year to never take these rituals for granted. Planning is also well underway for other end of the year activities such as field day, prom and graduation.
Follow-up to March 30, 2021 Message Regarding Harassment and Bullying
Follow-up to March 30, 2021 Message Regarding Harassment and Bullying
In follow-up to my message on March 30, 2021, regarding harassment and bullying in our schools at Liberty-Benton, there continues to be misinformation circulating in the community about a matter that has been under internal investigation for the last few weeks involving reports and allegations of student misconduct, including sexual harassment, in our District.  

We take harassment and bullying seriously
We take harassment and bullying seriously
At times, there are issues and actions that impact our students. When these happen within our schools, it is our responsibility to fully and independently conduct an investigation.

We take this role very seriously. We have school board policies that adhere to laws and at times, our work leads us to even involve the advice and guidance of legal counsel.

Ensuring the rights of any involved is essential. So, too, is it essential that we protect the integrity of any investigation and subsequent details of proceedings and the discipline of anyone in our schools, regardless of whether they are a student or staff member.

It has been brought to our attention that at times there is online chatter regarding a specific situation. Please know that the protections we can afford to those involved are limited but that it is up to each of us to ensure that we are responsible digital citizens and that we are aware of the impact postings have on others.

As for our schools, we take harassment, bullying and any other behavior that does not comply with our expected student or staff behavior seriously.

Should you be aware of any such misconduct, please report to https://www.publicschoolworks.com/SHL/bullyingMgr.asp?di=1348&dia=n3cvy

Marking the One-Year Anniversary of Remote Learning
Marking the One-Year Anniversary of Remote Learning
Anniversaries are typically fun and joyous occasions. As we mark the one-year anniversary of going to remote learning (March 13, 2020, marked our last day with students, and March 17, 2020, marked our first day of remote learning), joy may not be the exact emotion you use to describe the last year. Challenging, maybe.

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By the Numbers
1986
88.3% of the class of 2021 earned college credit while attending LB. The Class of 2021 earned a total of 1986 semester hours of college credit. (There are 121 seniors in the Class of 2021.)
20.534
18 seniors earned an honors level of 26 or higher on their ACT. 5 seniors earned a 30 or higher on their ACT (%) All members of the class of 2021 took the ACT with a class average of 20.534. 
73%
Class of 2021
4% is joining the military 
23% is employed
73% is heading off to college
$1.97M
42.9%of the class received scholarship money totaling 
$541,086 for their first year and 
$1,971,844 over their 
four years of college.
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