Middle School

Surrogate Parent Training

A Surrogate Parent is an individual who is appointed by the school district of residence or a court to represent a student with a disability (1) whose parent cannot be identified or located, (2) who is a ward of the state, or (3) who is an unaccompanied homeless youth.
 
A five-hour comprehensive training is provided by State Support Teams (SSTs). Once completed, participants will be certified as surrogate parents, enabling them to represent a child in matters relating to the identification, evaluation and educational placement, and the provision of free and appropriate public education.
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Giant Eagle Fundraiser Flyer

Grocery Shopping Fundraisers

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Liberty Union-Thurston Schools Receive National Recognition

District Administration magazine is honoring 22 schools and districts for education technology initiatives as part of the Schools of TechXcellence program. This is the second year for this national recognition program. More +

2018-2019 Transportation Request

WE WILL BE UPDATING THE TRANSPORTATION SOFTWARE FOR THE NEW SCHOOL YEAR. IF YOUR CHILD REQUIRES TRANSPORTATION PLEASE FILL OUT THIS FORM. More +
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