Welcome to Liberty Pines Academy!
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General News and Information
Office hours- 7:30-3:30
“New” SAC Parent Survey
All transportation changes must be received, in writing, by 10:00am
Early checkouts must be completed by 2:00pm on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.
Early checkouts must be completed by 1:00pm on Wednesdays.
These changes are necessary to facilitate the safe dismissal of our students.
“New” ELL Club
Home Access Information-For online access to a student’s grades, parents need to complete the form and return it to our front office staff. Once returned, access information will be given to your child within 3 school days. Learn more about eSchoolPlus and Home Access Center (HAC)
LPA is a Positive Behavior Support School- Liberty Pines Academy is a Positive Behavior Support School which is committed to providing a safe environment for all students. For further information, please click here.
ESE Parent Advisory Council meetings- All parents are invited to participate. For more information contact the ESE office at 904-547-7712: February 19, 2015 6:00pm – 8:00pm 40 Orange Street, 3rd floor auditorium
School Board updates-Beverly Slough, District 1 representative to the St. Johns County School Board, writes periodic updates for parents and others concerning school district matters. If you would like to receive the updates, please email her at Beverly.Slough@stjohns.k12.fl.us so that she can add you to the distribution.
Interpreter Information- “If you are a person with a disability who needs assistance and planning to attend a school meeting or program, please contact Liberty Pines Academy with your specific need at 547-7900.”
Information on Gifted Screenings and Evaluations-The St. Johns County School District screens all 2nd grade students each year to identify those who many be eligible for gifted services. Students at other grade levels are screened on a referral basis. Please refer to gifted information page under our links for information on the timeline and how to request screenings. Children in the St. Johns County School District (SJCSD) are allowed two screenings by any school in the SJCSD.
Donations Wanted-The Liberty Pines Positive Behavior Support (PBS) team is asking for donations for our middle grades PBS Rewards Cart. This cart is brought to each middle grades homeroom class once per week and allows the students to “purchase” items using their PBS Cards. We are in need of the following items to help keep our cart stocked:
Please forward all items to Mr. Cromwell, Dean of Students. Thank you for your support!
Empowering Excellence in Educators
Middle Grades News
On Tuesday, February 10th @6:00pm, Bartram Trail High School will be hosting an 8th Grade Parent Night for our rising 9th grade parents and students. The night will serve as informational meeting to learn about all things Bartram Trail and high school in general. Topics will include the registration process, course offerings, extracurricular and athletic opportunities, and more. Students and parents will also be given the opportunity to tour our campus, meet 9th grade teachers, and hear student testimonials from current Bears.
Principal Thayer, the Guidance team and teachers will host two middle school curriculum nights at LPA.
Tuesday, February 3 – 6:00-7:15 pm. This evening is for parents of all students who will be 6th Graders in 2015-2016
Thursday, February 5 – 6:00-7:15 pm. This evening is for parents of all students who will be 7th or 8th graders in 2015-2016.
These informational sessions will highlight course offerings and learning options, as well as tips for student success. Parents who want to be better informed about the requirements in middle grades, advanced and support course availability and course registration timelines will want to attend.
Parents will meet in the LPA Cafeteria.
Congratulations to 8th grader Joanne L. for winning the LPA Spelling Bee, and for 5th grader Jack W. as the runner-up. Since Joanne will be in Washington DC, Jack will represent LPA on January 21st.
“New” Liberty Parade 2014
Military Supply Collection 2014-2015
For the fourth year in a row, LPA will continue our military supply collection and letter writing campaign for soldiers deployed overseas. Our project was so successful in past years that we have decided to keep our momentum moving into the 2014-2015 school year. Below, please see the list of “Military Supply Collection dates” for the 2014-2015 school year. Your child’s grade level will be participating only in the given months. The Jacksonville USO has graciously partnered with us to ship all of our supplies and letters overseas to our deserving soldiers.
In the months of January and February, sixth and seventh grade students will be collecting supplies and writing letters. Please use the carepackage supply list below and send in your donated supplies by Friday, February 27th. Your child will be writing their letters in class during a writing lesson.
Thank you for your support in making this year-long project so successful!
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