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Mrs. Ransbottom's After-School Activities Project Presentation

Mrs. Ransbottom's 6th grade students particpated in a P3 project where they brainstormed a problem, a solution to their problem and created a project based on their solution.  Click read more to see their P3 Project Presentation.

3rd Grade to Poplar Creek One-room Schoolhouse

Third grade students visited the Poplar Creek One-room Schoolhouse on May 28th.  Students were able to experience life of a student during this time period!  Students visited 5 stations:  butter making, penmanship, period specific outdoor games, math lessons on a slate board, and lessons with Mr. Miller in the schoolhouse.  A HUGE thank you to our volunteers:  Polly Mercurio, Emmy Greeler, Amy Jones, Lauren Martin, Shirley West, and Mr. and Mrs. Miller, we couldn't have pulled this off without you!

Summa Cum Laude Banquet

On Tuesday , May 19, Liberty Union High School held it’s Summa Cum Laude Banquet honoring students that achieved a high school accumulative 3.75 GPA and above.  The Liberty Union High School students honored an educator that made an impression on their educational career at the banquet.  The student spoke about their Honored Educator thanking them for their influence and support. 

An unconventional visual aid!

An unconventional visual aid!

Chloe Dean enlightens her class about a career as a horse trainer!

Cafeteria Super Heroes

Middle School students recognize their cafeteria staff as Super Heroes!


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Register Here For LUTSD Notifications

The Liberty Union-Thurston School District would like to expand the Lion Report Newsletter to include information from each building principal, updates in the areas of Fine Arts and Athletics and district information from the Superintendent and Curriculum Director.

With the expanded information we would like to send the Lion Report electronically as part of our effort to save money, but we will gladly mail the report to anyone needing to have it mailed. Click on the link below to have the Lion Report emailed directly to you. You do not need to add your name or phone number, just your email address. You may call the District Office, 740-862-4171, and give your name and address to Alice Bondurant if you would like to have the Lion Report mailed to your home.


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