Food Service pick up will be on Tuesday, May 26th in observance of Memorial Day on Monday. Food Service pick up will return to Mondays for the month of June and run until at least June 29th.
Food items can be picked up from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm using the circle drive behind the middle school. Please contact Jan Friedrich at 614-579-8807 or   for more information.

Middle School

News & Announcements

Open Enrollement

If you are planning on open enrolling your student at Liberty Union-Thruston Schools, please fill out the application and mail to the district office at 1108 S. Main St. Baltimore, Ohio 43105.
Please click on the link below for further instructions and the application.  If you should have further questions please contact the district office.
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DC Trip

2020 8th Grade Washington, D.C. Trip UPDATE

March 25, 2020

Eighth Grade Parents and Students:

Due to the outbreak of COVID-19, the temporary closure of schools and CDC recommendations of social distancing, the idea of taking our students to Washington, D.C. in May is simply not reasonable. While this is disappointing for everyone involved, the health of our kids and community must be our top priority. It is for these reasons the trip to D.C. cannot happen this academic year. Therefore, the trip has been officially rescheduled.

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Letter from LU-T Board of Education President, Dr. John Walter

Dear Liberty Union-Thurston Family,

Sorry that I may be a bit late in expressing this but as you are all aware, this has not been a typical week. I want to thank each and every one of you for the way that you have met the challenge this current pandemic has created. I know myself and the rest of the Board of Education are grateful and proud of the way that our district family has responded.

To the district administrators, principals and district office personnel: You can never know how appreciative we are by how you have coordinated responses to all the tasks that had to be addressed in an insane time frame. We get regular updates about where we stand with student activities and district issues. The letter that Mr. Gallatin sent out to the seniors was so touching because it addressed the disappointment that these students are experiencing while at the same time challenging them to make the best of the situation. From the elementary up to the high school, everyone should be proud of these senior students. They have been gracious and understanding and can serve as an example to all of us.

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Boys Basketball at Bloom Carroll

The final regular-season boys basketball game at Bloom Carroll is ON for Wednesday February 20th. JV starts at 6 p.m. with Varsity to follow.   More +

Sports Physicals Monday May 13

Reminder tonight, Monday May 13, sports physicals are being offered at the high school for athletes entering grades 7-12. Cost is $10, and the physical will cover all sports for the 2019-20 school year. Forms can be found in the middle and high school offices.  Registration begins at 6:15 PM.  More +

Extended School Closure

Governor Mike DeWine has announced closure of all K-12 public schools beginning Tuesday, March 17th through April 3, 2020.  Schools are OPEN on Monday March 16th and it is imperative that students attend.  Chromebooks and chargers will be distributed to all students on Monday March 16th during school hours.  We will be using the District website and automated phone calling system to share all information while we are out of school during this time.     More +

Coronavirus Update-March 13, 2020

The Liberty Union-Thurston Local School District is working diligently to get answers to questions regarding the extended school closure.  Please keep checking our website as we will use it to communicate plans for food service, instructional activities, and rescheduled events.  Many of these details will be shared with your student on Monday, March 16th.  The schools will be following the normal school schedule that day.      More +

High School Closed Today March 17th

The High School building will be closed today, March 17th, for all staff and students.  Building availability for pick up of personal belongings will be published at a later time.  We apologize for the inconvenience.    More +

New Web Page-COVID-19 Information

The Liberty Union-Thurston School District has created this webpage to serve as a "one stop shop" for all information related to the COVID-19 situation.  Please check back to this page regularly for the most up to date information in this rapidly changing situation. More +

Letter to Community-Coronavirus

Dear Parents, Guardians and Community Members,
As more information is released from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) about the Coronavirus and its potential impact on our country, we want you to be aware that we are staying up-to-date on the latest information and we’re reviewing all of our public safety plans. 
We know an outbreak in our region could impact schools, so we are preparing for many what-if scenarios to minimize disruption while keeping students and staff safe. 
To view the full letter from Dr. Johnson, please follow this link:  Letter to Community-Coronavirus
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Reese Shirey and the Columbus Blue Jackets!

Earlier this month, 11-year-old Reese Shirey was one of six young cancer fighters invited to Nationwide Arena to take part in a photo shoot with Blue Jackets players, all part of her designation as one of six cancer heroes this year for the organization during the annual Hockey Fights Cancer campaign.  More +
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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

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