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Volume 30
 February 28, 2020
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We are mavericks facing the future with the goal of changing the world.

We had our Black History Program this morning. It was amazing. Thank you to all of our amazing Mavericks who performed. Look for videos and pictures on our Liberty Tech Facebook page soon.

Parents: We need your help! Each year schools ask parents to complete a Georgia Parent Survey. The results of this survey are part of the School Climate Star Rating which is part of our school's CCRPI score. If you did not complete this survey earlier in the year or you are a new family to LT, please complete this survey by March 4, 2020. Please click here to complete the Georgia Parent Survey. Survey responses are anonymous. Thank you to all of the parents who have already completed this survey.

Please see the information below from Miss Veronica about important health information.

We have a very busy March. If you have not purchased your tickets to see LT's Annie Jr. Production on March 27th or 28th, please do so now. Tickets are selling quickly.

Melissa King

March 10: Grazing Here Spirit Night (Peachtree City) & Progress Reports

March 11th: Spring MAP Reading Assessment

March 13th: Mid Month Break - No School

March 16th: Spring MAP Math Assessment

March 18th: Spring MAP Language Usage

March 23-27: Spring Book Fair

March 27 & 28: Annie Jr. Production
Counselor's Corner
Hello Maverick Families:
Liberty Tech prides itself on continuously improving. Last year, we had 26% of our students absent for more than 10 days in the school year. In accordance with Georgia’s Compulsory Education Law, we plan to make improvements for this upcoming school year to ensure all of our Mavericks are at school. To prepare for these improvements, we will start implementing monthly perfect attendance rewards. Throughout this trimester, we will be meeting with families of students with excessive unexcused absences. This is to get feedback from our families, staff, and students as well as collect data for the new school year.

We hope to see many of our Mavericks participating in our monthly rewards!

Erin McKelvey
From the Desk of Miss Veronica

Friday, February 27, 2020

Dear Parents, 

This letter will help your family prepare for a pandemic that could make many people sick. It is important to know that currently there is no pandemic virus in our community. However, public health officials are worried the virus may change so that it can infect people and spread easily from person-to-person. This may lead to a widespread outbreak, called a pandemic. Public health officials want people to protect themselves against a virus. Here are some ways to protect your family: 

✓ Keep children who are sick at home. Don’t send them to school. 

✓ Teach your children to wash hands with soap and water for 20 seconds. Be sure to set  a good example by doing this yourself. 

✓ Teach your children to cover coughs and sneezes with tissues or by coughing into the inside of the elbow. Be sure to set a good example by doing this yourself. 

✓ Teach your children to stay at least three feet away from people who are sick. 

✓ People who are sick should stay home from work or school and avoid other people until they are better. 

If you have questions, please contact your school health specialist, healthcare provider, or your local board of health or check the CDC website. 

The federal government website with information on planning for individuals and families: 

The American Red Cross:

Thank you,

Veronica Umstattd

LTCS School Health Specialist

**Please consider sending your child’s teacher Lysol Wipes and/or Spray, Tissues, and Unscented Hand Sanitizer. Also, consider sending your child their own set of classroom supplies.  Unfortunately with sharing supplies, we share germs. Please remember that items such face masks may be a distraction during classroom instruction. If you plan on sending your student to school with a mask, please notify me at

PTO News

The PTO Board has open positions  - VP of Operations and Recording Secretary.  We are also starting to take nominations for the following positions for the 2020/2021 school year:
PTO President
Communications Coordinator
Please reach out for more info on the positions or if you have any interest.

Yearbooks - Order your yearbook now and save. Please upload photos that you may have taken at any of our Events/School to possibly be used in the yearbook. Click Here 

8th Grade Families - Dedicate a page to your graduate in the yearbook. Purchase and design Here. Cut off date is 3/01/2020.
Governing Board Meeting

Date: Monday, March 23, 2020
Time:  7 pm
Location:  Liberty Tech Conference Room 

(Please enter the building at the double doors on the right side if you are facing the front of the school.)

The public is welcome and encouraged to attend.  

Public Comment Policy

If you were not able to attend the February Board Meeting, please click on the link below.
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