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New Semester Underway At LHS

KSCB News - January 10, 2013 5:13 pm

Another semester is underway at Liberal High School, and with it come some changes and some new opportunities. One of the things students found new upon their return is televisions in the cafeteria and commons area. These were placed where students can watch the school channel, news, and weather while they eat or relax in the commons area.

There are also new opportunities for some students to take courses at SCCC/ATS that were recently approved that will give students the chance to get a head start on career goals and college credits. These offerings are in the areas of health, computer, and agriculture. There may be additional classes offered in the future as well.

On January 20th at 3:30 P.M. there will be an assembly in the James Maskus auditorium to recognize students from the principal’s and superintendent’s honor rolls from first semester. Parents should be receiving a flyer in the mail about this soon. For more information our parent coordinator, Mrs. Sara Rodriguez, may be contacted at the high school

. In addition to many activities involving sports and clubs, our all-school musical will be presented January 31st thru February 2nd in the James Maskus auditorium. This is a great opportunity to come support our drama and music departments and to see the level of talent that we have in our school. For more information about the musical, Mrs. Gloria Goodwin may be contacted at the school.


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