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Preparing for Another School Year
Preparing for Another School Year
It’s hard to believe, but August is already here, and we are quickly gearing up for the start of the 2021-2022 school year. I hope everyone has had a relaxing and enjoyable summer and is ready to dive back into learning. I know our staff is excited to return to the classroom for what we hope will be a more normal year.
Liberty-Benton Brand Guidelines
Liberty-Benton Brand Guidelines
With our recent groundbreaking ceremony to improve our district’s facilities, Liberty-Benton Local Schools will be undergoing significant change during the next couple of years. Designing new school facilities comes with hundreds, if not thousands, of decisions about the look and feel of the buildings. Our administration saw this as an opportunity to evaluate the existing Liberty-Benton brand, make upgrades to the brand in order to unify our “look” and create brand guidelines to inform the many building-related decisions to come. Our hope is that going through this branding process will allow for a smooth and successful transition into our new facilities.

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.

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.  

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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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