In honor of Black History month, on the morning of February 15th, we will be having a musical program followed by a living wax museum.
If your student would like to chance participate in the living wax museum he/she should:
- Choose an influential African American historical figure.
- Research the person's life, accomplishments, and the importance of their contribution to our country.
- By Feb 1st, turn in to his/her teacher, a 2-3 minute "first-person" narrative speech and a sketch (or list) of the clothing and props that he/she would like to use for the living statue.
- On Feb 2nd, we will notify students who will or who will not be participating. (This will be based on the number of students who submit speeches and the quality of the speech, as we want this event to showcase Maverick Excellence.)
- If you are selected to participate, students will have until Feb 14th to practice and be ready to present on Feb 15th in the morning.
If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Freeman - 4th grade teacher, email@example.com.
Parents of 8th Grade students, the location for this year's bridging ceremony has been set. The ceremony will be held on Thursday, May 23rd at 6pm in the student center at New Hope Baptist Church's north campus. This facility provides us with a little larger venue than last year and is much closer to restaurants in the event you would like to go to dinner afterwards. The address is 551 New Hope Rd., Fayetteville 30214. More information will be going out as we get closer to the date, but we wanted you to have the date now.
We are so excited about our next Exhibition Night, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. It is going to be a magical evening for sure! We have made a number of adjustments for this production, so please read through the following carefully.
The submission period for the lottery is now open. If you have a sibling that you need to enroll for next school year, please remember that they must be entered into the lottery. The deadline to enter a submission is 2:30pm on Friday, February 8th. You can find the lottery submission form below or by going to the admissions page of our website,www.libertytechcharter.com.
Also, please share the information with any friends and family that you think would be interested.
Lottery Submission Form for 2019-2020
Lottery Processes and Procedures
Date: Monday, February 11th
Location: Liberty Tech Cafeteria
The public is welcome and encouraged to attend.
Public Comment Policy
Thanks to the CSP Grant, 27 new 75" interactive panels were installed during the holiday break in our classrooms. This means that our students have some serious technology available to them. With one-to-one Chromebooks and an interactive panel in each classroom, our students have the opportunity to work with many 21st century learning skills. But that isn't the end. Coming soon our students will be able to explore drone technology, virtual reality technology, and humanoid robotics with the upcoming renovation of our STEAM lab. We are so excited about all the opportunities this grant is providing our students!
Attached below are the school-wide results of the Winter MAP testing along with our goals for this year. You will notice that we are still performing better than the national norm and really gaining ground on our school stretch goals. Teachers are currently working through the data to plan their instruction for the remainder of the year. Individual student reports will be going home in the Tuesday Folder next week. Our students are doing a great job this year, and we are only just over half way through. We have a lot of which to be very proud!
Winter MAP Results
There have been many questions running around this week about the lost and found process. To clarify these questions please review the following.
We changed the location of lost and found. Lost and found items are no longer being stored in the front office. Lost and found is being kept in the classroom.
Why the change in the lost and found location?
How is the change in location working?
What are some things that you can do to help with lost and found?
We hope that this clarifies any confusion around the lost and found process. If not, please feel free to contact any one of our front office staff and we will be glad to assist with further questions.
What: Math Lab starting September 14th
When: Monday - Friday, 7:30 - 7:55 am
Where: Computer Lab
Who: Students in K-5th who need math support and remediation
During the Math Lab students will gain extra time working on math skills, practice on computer assessments, and build their confidence in math understanding. Please drop students off at 7:30. The last student will be admitted at 7:40. For questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
With the heavy rains that came through this week, we are reminded to make sure that everyone is aware of how inclement weather and school closing notices are posted.
In the case of school closing you will be notified in four ways. An email using this same platform will be sent out. A message will be sent out through the Infinite Campus platform. The closing will be posted to our website and social media pages. The closing will be posted on the Channel 2 Action News channel. It is important to note that the news channel will say Liberty Tech Charter School. Though often very similar, the Fayette County Schools closing posting is not the same message for us.