Saturday Liberty’s Science Olympiad team competed in their Regional Tournament in Longview finishing in 3rd place! Competition was tough, but their hard work paid off – way to go, team!
1st place winners: Branigan Kerls, Nathaniel Maszak (Solar System); Mark Kovalenko, Josh Randolph (Wheeled Vehicle); Alexis Howard, Hailei Polka (Write It, Do It)
2nd place: Alexis Howard, Hailei Polka (Can’t Judge a Powder); Branigan Kerls, Zack Shafer, Shile Wen (Experimental Design); Zack Shafer, Nathaniel Maszak (Meteorology); Geovanni Reyes; Shile Wen (Metric Mastery); Josh Randolph, Nathaniel Maszak (Robo Cross)
3rd place: Alexis Howard, Grace Janku (Boomilever); Alexis Howard, Hailei Polka (Entomology); Branigan Kerls, Zack Shafer (Road Scholar); Mark Kovalenko, Tyler Toedtli (Rocks & Minerals); Alexis Howard, Hailei Polka (Rotor Egg Drop); Branigan Kerls, Josh Randolph (Sounds of Music)
4th place: Nathaniel Maszak, Josh Randolph (Crime Busters); Grace Janku, Charlotte Siroshton (Heredity); Tyler Toedtli (Water Quality)
Congratulations Liberty Science Olympiads! GO LIONS!!!!!
Liberty families – Please come and cheer on our students (or teachers) for the annual March Madness Staff vs. Students Basketball Games. Tuesday, March 11th 5:00-8:00p.m.. Games will be held in the main gym and back gym. GO LIONS!!!
Welcome to CHS! We look forward to you and your son participating in our program. Here are important dates and information for you to get started:
HS weight room—March thru May open until 2:25-4 pm M-F. We encourage all to get involved. We do realize it is difficult for middle school athletes to get here, but you are welcome nonetheless if you can make it.
Spring Football—May 27, 28, 29, June 3, 4, 5, 10, 11, 12. 3:30-6 pm at Cardon Field. Gear checkout for players 10-12 is during May. Freshmen will receive gear June 3. This is highly recommended but not mandatory. It is a great way to get a head start for the fall.
Oregon State Univ. Football Camp—June 20-23 in Corvallis, OR. We will bus our players to and from OSU. This is a great team building experience, and valuable football training camp. Highly recommended, but not required. Go to www.oregonstatefootballcamps.com/Team_Camp.htm for more information and registration. Make sure you sign up as a Camas HS football player. Registration is not currently open just yet.
Summer Conditioning—June 30 thru August 14. Monday thru Thursday. CHS weight room. Grades 5-8 8:30-10 am/ Grades 9-12 10-noon. Sign up through Camas Community Education. Cost is $99. This program consists of strength training, speed training, plyo-metric training, functional mobility adaption, and flexibility training. Absolutely a must if your son envisions himself improving as an athlete. This is also open to non-football players.
Fall Camp—Required. Begins August 20 @ 3-9 pm. A more detailed schedule of dates will follow. You must be cleared through our athletic office. All steps to get cleared can be found on the CHS athletic website.
Liberty administrators will visit our incoming 6th graders at their current elementary school to welcome them to Liberty on May 19, 2014. We’ll be sharing information about our schedule, locker, and lunch, then responding to questions from the students.
Helen Baller Elementary, 9:30-10:30 a.m.
Woodburn Elementary, 1-1:50 p.m.
Current 5th graders will visit Liberty from 1:45-2:45 on the dates listed below. They will receive information and have the chance to ask questions of current Liberty students and be taken on a “Welcome to Liberty” tour.
Helen Baller will visit May 27, and Woodburn will visit May 22.
Informational meetings for incoming 6th grade parents will be held on May 27 at 9:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. in Liberty’s Commons. Topics will include our schedule, Skyward, and responses to questions. Parents and students are welcome to attend!
Yesterday the Liberty Knowledge Bowl team took its 11th straight 1st place victory beating Pacific and Covington by over 62 points! Great job team! Enjoy a day off of practice!
We love our KB Lions team!!!!!
The Liberty School Decorator Volunteers are looking for old wooden picture frames to refinish for a rotating art display. If you have any old wooden 18” x 24” picture frames that you would like to donate, please bring them to the main office. Thank you for your support! GO LIONS!!!
Last year, “Liberty’s Resource Fair”, in conjunction with our “Student Led Conferences”, was a successful support for our students and families so we are excited to be organizing this event again! With Liberty truly being a downtown community school, we feel compelled to share resources and hoping that you will join us. We have invited a wide variety of agencies, organizations, and groups to display information and host a table down our Main Street.
“Liberty’s Resource Fair” is a great opportunity to impact our school community! Our conferences and “Resource Fair” are scheduled for March 5 from 8:00-10:00 am and March 6 from 4:00-6:00 pm. We are confident that our “Student Led Conferences” and “Resource Fair” event will strengthen our Liberty community and benefit our students, so hope to see our Liberty families at this event!
Yesterday Liberty Knowledge Bowl faced off against Shahala. Despite being outnumbered over 2 to 1, Liberty remains undefeated beating Shahala by an average of over 12%! Congratulations KB Lions! Keep up the great work!