Basketball Tryouts Start January 5th!

Tryouts start January 5th and will continue throughout the week.  Teams will be decided by Friday, January 9th.  Below is the tryout/practice schedule  from 1/5-2/2:

3:00-4:30pm 7/8 girls

4:30-6:00pm 7/8 boys

From 2/2-2/27, schedules will switch to:

3:00-4:30pm 7/8 boys

4:30-6:00pm 7/8 girls

Students must be cleared by December 19th.  Students need:

  • Medical authorization form
  • Concussion form
  • Student health inventory form
  • Physical (good for 2 years)

Once teams are established, athletes are required to pay a $25 ASB fee and a $30 basketball fee prior to the first game, January 22nd.

Attached is the game schedule.  2015 Girls Basketball League Schedule  2015 Boys Basketball League Schedule

 GO LIONS!

Girls Volleyball Team Beat Shahala!

8th grade A team beat Shahala 25-16, 25-8, 16-18.

7th grade A team improved their record to 6-2 after beating a great Shahala team last night.  The Lions clinched the win after just the first two games.  Abby Crowson  and Angie Lueb came thru in the clutch with some great serves and Ally Kane played her best game to date at setter.  The 7th grade B team lost a deciding game 3 to a really tough Shahala team after splitting the first two games.  All three games were really exciting to watch and the entire team played well all day.

The C team beat Shahala last night after coming back from losing the first game. The girls fought hard with a big shoutout to Amie Beld and Alyssa Dreyer for some tremendous saves.

Way to go Lions!

Call for Entries: Student Film Festival

Yeah, having your schoolwork posted on the fridge at home is cool. But having a video you made posted on the Camas School District website and screened at the Liberty Theatre in downtown Camas? We think that’s pretty cool, too. That’s why we’re excited to announce the first-ever Camas School District Student Film Festival: a video contest created just for K-12 students, and whose finalists will have their short films shown at the Liberty Theatre. Finalist videos may also be featured on the District website, YouTube channel, and social media pages.

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Contest ends February 4, 2015. Click here to download the Official Rules.

Liberty Robotics Teams MechaLions and Cyborgs Compete in Tournament!

Liberty’s two teams, MechaLions and Cyborgs, competed on Saturday with teams from Portland, Vancouver, Woodland and Longview at the First Lego League (FLL) Robotics Tournament. Getting prepared for the tournament took many hours of hard work on a complicated EV3 Robotics challenge and an in-depth project presentation.  It involved hours of robot programming, project research, interviewing experts, preparing and rehearsing the presentation.  We had a great time and everyone enjoyed the competition. Team Cyborgs won First Place in Project Presentation and was awarded an invitation to the ACE championship tournament in January. This is a HUGE accomplishment for a rookie team! They will bring two trophies home to Liberty this week! Cyborgs will move on to the Championship tournament in Hillsboro, Oregon in January. Way to go, Lions!!!

Lions Support Stuff the Bus!

Great job Liberty families for your amazing support for Stuff the Bus. This will go a long way in supporting local families.  Thank you all for participating! CONGRATULATIONS TO MRS. GIBSON’S CLASS for bringing in the most cans per student!

Here is the entire final count:

TEACHER

POINTS

STUDENTS

Points/Student

Gibson

355

28

12.7

Stalheim

328

30

10.9

Loveland

267

30

8.9

Mueller

241

31

7.8

Hunter

176

28

6.3

Volke

161

32

5.0

Batten

156

32

4.9

Thompson

128

31

4.1

Kankelberg

109

27

4.0

Scott

115

29

4.0

Dangerfield

102.8

31

3.3

Brizek

66

28

2.4

Kilpatrick

60

28

2.1

Brossia

59

30

2.0

Billmyer

48

27

1.8

Bryson

47

29

1.6

Martell

38

28

1.4

Laurine

36

28

1.3

Munoz

10

8

1.3

Tomasetti

26

30

0.9

Dewey

17

30

0.6

Parker

16

32

0.5

School Wide

2561.8

750

3.4

 

Lions Need Bottle Caps!!!!!

Listen up, Lions!  The first Green Lion Challenge is here.  And we have two questions for you.

1st question:  Did you know that most places cannot recycle the lids that are often left on containers when they are put in the recycle bin?  Yup.  It’s true.  Most of them end up in the land fill.

2nd question: Would you like to have a popcorn party?  If you would, then here is all you have to do:

  • Between now and December 13th, bring in as many bottle caps as you can.  The 1st core class with the most caps per student today and Thursday, Dec 13th will each win a popcorn party.
  • Caps can be from drinks (soda, water, milk), food (peanut butter, mayonnaise, salsa), cleaning supplies (laundry detergent, shampoo, bulk refills)….any place you can find them.
  • Start collecting now and help your class (and your planet) win!

But wait…What, you might ask, are we going to do with all the caps that are collected?  We are so glad you asked.

We are creating a recycled bottle cap mural and need your help. We need some creative students to come up with a design for our mural. If you have an idea draw it out and submit it to Ms. Marcell in the Art Room. Your design could be the one picked for the final mural.

Girls’ Volleyball Claim Victory Against Skyridge!

Our 8th grade A, B and 7th grade A volleyball teams swept Skyridge! The 7th grade B team lost a very close one. Way to battle, ladies!

The C volleyball team won all 3 of their games last night against Skyridge, holding them to only 10 points in the first game. Big shout out to Kaia Morgan for her 10 straight serves in the first games. Way to go, Lions!

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