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LUES Information

School Hours:  8:50-3:35

Arrival Information:

*Students may be dropped off no earlier than 8:30.
*Breakfast begins at 8:30.
*Students may go to class at 8:40.
*Students will be considered tardy if they are not in class by 8:50.

Dismissal Information:

*Students being picked-up will report to the cafeteria at 3:30.
*Students riding buses will be called as soon as their buses arrive beginning at 3:30.

News & Announcements

Fair Break Reminder Fair Reminder
This is a reminder that Liberty Union-Thurston Schools will not be in session Monday, October 9th through Friday, October 13th for the Fairfield County Fair!
September 27th Delayed Start Delayed Start
Do you need a fun, safe place to go during Liberty Union’s Delayed Start on September 27? You are invited to hang out at the ELEMENTARY SCHOOL until school starts. Parents may drop off their students at the elementary school any time between 6:45 a.m. and 10:40 a.m. (An adult needs to walk into the building with the student.) Middle School students will need to walk to the middle school when their school day begins.
Preparing for Blizzard Bags Snowflake
I know you will read this and think... seriously? But, I feel the chill in the air already... so it is time to think about BLIZZARD BAGS :-)
Backpacks for Buddies Backpacks for Buddies
This school year we will be doing our Backpacks for Buddies Program again. This program offers food items a few times a month for families in need. This program runs October-May. If you sign up with Kay Williamsons' after-school program, students automatically receive a bag. If you are interested in your child being in this great program, please fill out the form below and return to the school office as soon as possible. If you are interested in donating to this program, please email ...
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Elementary School  |  1000 South Main St.  |  Baltimore, OH 43105
Phone:740-862-4143   |  Fax:740-862-0253