This Week at Liberty Ridge
We had a successful conference week at Liberty Ridge! We had over 435 conferences held over the last few days! Thank you to all of our parents who made these meetings a priority to make those important connections with teachers. We really appreciate it. We also saw a significant decrease in the size of our Lost and Found during conferences, so it was nice to see that so many items made their way home. Items left at LRE by Thanksgiving break will be donated to charity.
Our third grade classes also got some special visitors on Wednesday from our local Rotary chapter. Each of our third grade students were all gifted a student dictionary to use at home. Thanks so much to Rotary for this generous gift! These will be very helpful for these students for years to come.
Our nurse Jessica was busy this week wrapping up hearing and vision screenings as well as fitting some of our students with jackets generously donated by our firefighters. As it gets cold, please remember to remind kids to dress accordingly!
As you can see, we have so much to be thankful for at our school as we move into Thanksgiving weekend. We hope that you take the time to have a restful holiday next week with your families and enjoy your kiddos as they have an extended weekend with the Elementary school closure on November 23rd to allow for grading day as well as the closure for Thanksgiving on the 24th and 25th.
Military Family Verification in Family Access
Each year the district is required by Washington state to survey our families as to whether or not they are currently active in the US Armed Forces, National Guard or Reserves. This information is used to remove barriers to educational success imposed on children of military families because of frequent moves and deployment of their parents.
The survey must be completed for each child attending a school within the district. When accessing your child's information in Family Access, please verify military family affiliation if appropriate.