Liberty Elementary School

Absolute Excellence - Exponential Impact

  • Susan Drake
    Joyce Hofacre
    School Hours:
    8:20 a.m. - 2:50 p.m.
    P.M. Kindergarten 12:05 p.m. - 2:50 p.m.
    (614) 450-5200
    Fax (614) 883-2960 
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School Notes


    August 31 - 6th Gr. Band Starts

    August 31 - Boy Scout Talks
    September 7 - No Classes - Labor Day 
    September 9 - Walk/Bike to School Day
    September 10 -- Remember to sign up to be a member of our "Liberty PTA." The fist regular meeting is September 10th at 6:30  p.m. in the library at Liberty.
    September 15 - Deadline to purchase tickets for Columbus Crew Family Night
    September 21 - Tri-C Fundraiser Kick-off
    September 23 - Walk/Bike to School
    September 26 - Family Night with Columbus Crew
    September 30 - Box Tops Collection Day
    September 30 - Middle of 1st Grading Period
    October 29 - Trick or Treat Night from 6 - 8 PM
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    Liberty Elementary is currently seeking mentors for our Project MORE program. Project MORE is a volunteer reading mentoring program for students with disabilities, or who have demonstrated significant difficulties with reading. Students work one on one with a mentor for 30 minutes, 4 times per week. We have seen the incredible impact of 1:1 mentoring on our students' reading performance. 

     There are only two requirements for volunteering as a Project MORE mentor:
        1. A willingness to positively impact the life of a child.
        2. 30 spare minutes each week to work 1:1 with a student.

    During the 2014-2015 school year, Liberty more than tripled the number of students who received the benefits of Project MORE. We would love to continue expanding our program, but we cannot achieve this goal without more mentors who are willing to donate their time and support to students.

    For more information about Project MORE, watch this 6 minute video which features photos from Project MORE sessions in Worthington Schools!

    If you feel that serving in the role of a Project MORE mentor at Liberty is a good fit for you, please contact Jessica Schiefer
    (, or Bonnie Melchi ( for more information.
    Thank you in advance for considering joining our program.
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  • Walk/Bike to School Days 

    Join us on our first walk/bike to school in the 2015-2016 school year.  The first one will take place Wednesday, September 9th and will continue every second and fourth Wednesdays in each month.  There will be no walk/bike to school days in December and January due to weather.

    Walk/Bike to school is event where students, parents, or whole families can walk or bike to school in the morning.  When each student gets to school they will receive a token.  The first walk/bike to school day each child will receive a chain so that all the tokens can be put on it (they are small and easily lost).  The students will also sign their names under their grade level so that each student who participates in all walk/bike to school will get a prize at the end of the school year.

    There will be two walk and bike to school days where each child who walks or bikes will get a healthy snack donated from Whole Foods and Fresh Thyme.  On those days there will be no token given out.  Those dates will be announced ahead of time. 

    There will be three depots this year throughout the neighborhood so for those parents who cannot walk with their children, but need an adult to accompany them, we have someone to do that.  We want every student to be able to participate.

    The biking depot will be at the corner of Seabright and Plains.  Please look for the adult with the Liberty Leopards blue flag and orange vest. The two walking depots will be at the corner of Ibson and Seabright, as well as on the corner or Waco and Plains.  The times for each depot will be announced before each event.

    For any questions regarding this event, please feel free to contact Regan Versele at so that we can answer all your concerns and comments. We look forward to seeing all your faces!

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    The homework help centers (HHCs) at each Worthington Libraries location are open for the school year. 

    Hours at the Northwest Library, 2280 Hard Road, and Worthington Park Library, 1389 Worthington Centre Drive, centers are 3:30 - 6:30 p.m., Monday - Thursday.  
    The center at Old Worthington Library, 820 High Street, is open Monday -Thursday from 3:00 – 6:00 p.m. 
    Together with library staff, teen and adult volunteers ensure the centers are positive environments where students receive assistance with their homework assignments.  In the HHC, students can learn to use the library’s print resources and the wide array of research databases and other online resources available on the library’s website,  Computers equipped with Internet access, Microsoft Office and other educational software are reserved for student use during center hours.  Printing is available free of charge for homework assignments.
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  • Communication

    We are trying to stay connected to our Liberty families in lots of ways.  Did you know we’ve gone green at Liberty?  Flyers from Worthington groups, PTA, and others are all on the Liberty website along with links to other useful information including our calendar. 

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  • Food Service Account Information

    Any lunch balance (positive or negative) in your child's lunch account will be carried over to the next school year. Sixth grade lunch balances will follow students to middle school. Lunch PIN numbers will also follow the student to the next grade level. Parents need to fill out a new free and reduced lunch application each year for their student.  Lunch applications will be available on-line or paper copies will be available by August 2015.
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  • Its All About Them Books  (an "All About The Bass" parody) starring are own Liberty Leopards and their teachers! 
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