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 


  • Thursday, February 26, is Box Top/Tyson Label turn in day.
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  • We are happy to announce that the PTA MOVIE NIGHT and BOOK FAIR are back on for this Friday, February 27th starting at 6:30 PM.  Escape the winter blahs and enjoy a family night together watching The Lorax and shopping for some good books to read on that next snowy day. Our 6th graders will be volunteering at the book fair and selling concessions as a fundraiser for 6th grade camp, so you can support them as well.  It should be a great night!

    See you Friday!
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       *Enrollment opens MONDAY, JANUARY 5.
       If this is the first child to be enrolled in Worthington School district:
       * Go to
       * Click "Welcome Center" on horizontal bar across top of home page.
       * Click "2015-2016 Kindergarten information."
       If you have other children currently enrolled in Worthington School district:
       * Log into the "Cloud" with your username & password.
       * Select "My Account."
       * Click "Emergency Data Review."
       * Click "Add a new student to your Household."
       * After submitting the electronic enrollment, Call 450-6112 to schedule an Enrollment Appointment with the Welcome Center Registrar, Deb Sittler.
       * A child must be enrolled by Thursday, March 5 to be included in the Student Selection process for All Day Kindergarten.
       * A child must be 5 years old by September 30, 2015 to enroll for the 2015-2016 school year.
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  • The schedules for Performance Based and End of the Year Assessments are posted under "Quick Links." There are two rounds of testing. The first starts in February and the second starts in April. All students take both rounds of tests.
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  • Walk/Bike to School Days      cat walking to school
    Walk/Bike to school will be the second and fourth Wednesdays of every month.  The list of meet stations are as follows:
    • Ibson and Seabright meet time 7:40 a.m.
    • Lost Valley and Plains meet time 7:50 a.m.
    • Waco and Saddle Run meet time 7:50 a.m.
    • Seabright and Plains meet time 7:55 a.m.

    PTA will have tokens and poster boards at the front of the school to sign from 8:00 - 8:20 a.m. with prizes for the walkers who walk the most at the end of the year.

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  • Julie Payne, our student achievement coach, and Susan Drake, our Principal, provided information for our parents at the Night of Learning on the new standards and the new assessments. You can view the presentation here:

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  • Link to the district’s Parent Resource Page for testing.

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    Time to make an appointment for your student to get that Tdap booster shot which the State of Ohio requires for all incoming 7th graders.  Please bring the completed form, found to the left under "Quick Links," to the Liberty school office so we may update our records.  Thank you

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  • chromebook                           Technology

    We have experienced a lot of technology changes in our district this year.  One of the most significant has been the new devices our elementary buildings have been given to replace outdated computer equipment.  Our students are working on Chromebooks which are lightweight laptops designed to provide access to internet resources. Many of our students are already using these on a regular basis for classroom projects and they love them. They are portable so students can move them and work together with their peers.

    Some of you have asked about the need to provide your child with their own device. Please see this link for information about the district’s “bring your own device” policy and for more information on Chromebooks.

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    Project MORE is a highly effective reading intervention for struggling second and third grade readers.  Each Project MORE child receives one on one instruction 4 times per week for 32 weeks.  The instruction is delivered by trained mentors who follow a customized lesson plan prepared for each child in advance by the Project MORE Coordinators.  Project MORE is a perfect program to help children meet the requirements of the Third Grade Reading Guarantee and the program is very mentor friendly.  Mentors experience a one hour training, a brief background check, and they're ready to serve.  The Worthington Schools are thrilled with this program.  It's making a huge difference in the reading performance of our elementary students.  We are in desperate need of mentors.  Please contact Liberty Project MORE Coordinators Bonnie Melchi or Jessica Schiefer if you can spare 30 minutes a week to help deliver this critically important program.                                                      

    Bonnie Melchi 
    Jessica Schiefer

    mentor with student
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