Liberty Elementary



Kentucky Kids' Day


On Tuesday, September 22nd (Kentucky Kids' Day) we will be passing out the new Liberty shirts to ALL the students at Liberty!  We need some help with this fun job! We will be going to each class to tell them about Kentucky Kids' day and then personally give each student his/her new shirt.


The Grade Levels have selected their time slots and they are as follows:

8:00-8:30  4th Grade

8:30-9:00  1st Grade

9:00-9:30  5th Grade

9:30-10:00 Kindergarten

10:00-10:30  2nd Grade

1:30-2:00   3rd Grade


Our volunteer time slots have been adjusted to fit these distribution times.  Please note: Each time slot starts 15 minutes BEFORE you will actually be distributing shirts so you can be briefed on the procedures.


If you want to volunteer to help during your child's grade level time slot, that is fine.  We just ask that you help with the rest of the classes/grade levels that occur during that time slot.  Visit to sign up.

If you have any questions, please contact Tifany Perrine, VP of Volunteers, at


Grant Help


Hey folks! Liberty kids need your help: we have a grant to purchase some equipment to help kids who need to "move around at school" to continue to learn while they are moving! It's not a lot of money so it won't go far. The grant has to also include an aspect of nutrition. Therefore, we will incorporate a "Taste it Tuesday" which will give kids an opportunity to try nutritious foods that maybe they've never been exposed to before. Would anyone have access to fresh fruits, veggies or herbs that you could donate once a month? Would anyone have an exercise bike, an exercise "ball" (those giant ones for stabilization and balance), or a Bosu ball (1/2 ball) you don't want around the house anymore? I will take them off your hands!  Also, if anyone feels passionately about this and wants to help me coordinate, feel free to contact Kaye at

Picture Day


Fall pictures will be held Tuesday, September 29th.  Holifield Photography will be taking individual pictures that day.  Please bring your best smile! 


2015 Reflections Competition is here!


Theme: “Let Your Imagination Fly”

Deadline: Monday, October 12th


Students can submit entries in all 6 categories: Film, Photography, Literature, Musical Composition, Dance Choreography or Visual Arts. Entries must be submitted at Liberty along with the appropriate entry form by the end of school, Monday Oct 12th. Judging will take place the following week, and prizes will be awarded as soon as judging is complete. The top two in each category will move on to the District Competition which will be held at the Lyric Theatre November 20th. The public will be invited to view all entries at Gallery Hop that day, 5:30-8pm. District winners will be announced December 6th at Norsworthy Auditorium.

See attached rules for participation and entry forms or stop by the displays in both the primary and intermediate hallways.

Join Mrs. Crosby in her Art Room for one or both of the workshops listed below and get your Visual Art entry started or even completed!


Monday, Sept 21st 3-4pm

Monday, Sept 28th 3-4pm

Contact Kaye Hughes, with any questions.


The PTA 5K will be held on Sunday, October 18th this year at Coldstream Park. Once again, there are Free Training programs, which include the Kids Marathon program. Registration forms are coming home next week, and you can also register online at .  Don't forget to select "Liberty Elementary" as the PTA to benefit. Proceeds from this event come back to our school! If you are interested in working the PTA 5K, please contact Jessica Henz ( We need to have at least 2 volunteers help at the event in order to receive our part of the proceeds.


A Note from Ms. Chaffin:


Do you want to stay up to date with upcoming Drama related opportunities and/or events?  Any parent or student can text @chaffin to 81010 for updates.


A Note from Ms. Roberts:


I have talked to many classes about PE homework.  It is to encourage things at home that are fun for families and involve doing things that maybe you have never done.  I told them to find a creek and leap over a creek.  It’s a natural way to learn how to leap!:)  I also talked to them about skipping rocks in a pond or body of water and making a pathway of rocks through a creek or a pond.  This is obviously not a requirement, but an incentive to get outside and try new things. Hope you have fun! Tell me about it with a parent signature and get a trip to the prize box or a hawk feather!! 

Also, skating for 3rd-5th grades will begin Nov 4th, so be looking for permission slips in October. Thanks!


Photos Needed! 

Want to help make the Liberty Yearbook the BEST?  We need your photos!  As the year progresses, when you take photos you would like to see in the yearbook, follow the steps below to upload them for our editors to use in creating the book.  Folders will be set up for each event or activity (i.e.: Spirit Nights, 1st Day of School, gym class, etc).  We try to create the pages in a timely fashion so as not to have a crunch time at the end, so please don’t wait to submit your photos or they may be left out of our book!

 To Upload Photos for the Yearbook in 10 Easy Steps:

 1.       Go to

2.       First register for a new login (if you are visiting Link for the first time)

3.       Enter your Name, Email Address, Password and “Submit.”

4.       Then your name will appear on the left side of the Link homepage in place of the word “Register.”

5.       Search for Liberty by typing the first few letters of the school name until a dropdown list appears to give you the option to choose Liberty.

6.       After the school is chosen from the dropdown list, click “Go To Your School’s Link Homepage.”

7.       Click on the “Upload Your Photos” button.

8.       Choose the category you want to upload photos to, then browse on your computer for the photos, select one or more, and upload them.

9.       You can tag people in the photos or add captions at this point, then finalize the upload.

10.   If you need to upload more photos, click the button at the top to do so.

Kroger Community Rewards Program

It is time to re-enroll in the Kroger Community Rewards Program! If you were enrolled last year, you must re-enroll by August 31st. According to Kroger, on September 1st, supporters who do NOT re-enroll will be dropped from the program. Go to to re-enroll.
For those who were not previously enrolled in the program, you can register your Kroger Plus Shoppers Card and earn money for our PTA every time you shop at Kroger. Register online at - it's quick and easy! Look for the orange buttons towards the bottom of the screen. You can either “Create an Account,” or if you have previously registered your Kroger card online you can “Sign in.” We are listed as “Liberty Elementary PTA,” so you can search for our organization by typing in liberty. If you do not have a Kroger Plus Shoppers Card, you can obtain one at the customer service desk at any Kroger. This is NOT a credit card and there are no fees, plus with the card you will receive discounts on many of the items that you purchase.

Mark Your Calendars!

Join your Liberty friends at the Sonic Drive-In (2633 Richmond Rd.) for a FUN night of food and socializing! Thursday, September 10th from 5-8pm. Your teachers and staff will be there to serve YOU!

PTA Membership Drive

The Fall PTA drive for Liberty Elementary is underway!  The Parent-Teacher Association supports the students and staff at Liberty Elementary in various ways: purchasing of playground equipment, purchasing of classroom supplies, purchasing ipads for classrooms, and in many other areas.  When you join the PTA, you are helping to provide support to our students and staff. Please send in your membership form (attached) and dues to your student’s homeroom teacher. Whichever grade has the most members on September 15th will receive additional recess and popsicles.  As of this week Kindergarten has 23 members, 1st grade has 17 members, 2nd grade has 26 members, 3rd grade has 28 members, 4th grade has 17 members, and 5th grade has 15 members.