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Teachers who travel: Martin takes on Turkey

Emily Bassett, News Editor

May 15, 2019

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“It was between Bulgaria, Honduras, and Turkey, and I chose Turkey,” principal Sean Martin said. After teaching for two years at Skyline High School, Martin made the decision to move to Turkey to continue teaching. “I...

Check in with first time teachers

Emily Bassett and Caitlyn Croppi

May 15, 2019

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Not only have freshman made it through their first year of high school, but so have four of Liberty’s newest staff. After four years of training, each of them dove back into high school with a renewed passion. That begs the question: what has it been like to return to high school as a teacher?

Matt Oberg puts his community FIRST

Daniel Noble, Staff Writer

May 15, 2019

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Every year, Liberty’s robotics team nominates two juniors or sophomores for Dean’s List. Dean’s List is an award given out by FIRST for individual students’ contributions to their communities and teams. “They were nominated...

Meet your 2019-2020 ASB Executive Board

Ashtyn Sakamoto, Staff Writer

May 11, 2019

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The end of the year marks a pivotal time for the ASB class. The recently elected Associated Student Body Executive Board officers share their feelings heading into next year.

DECA shines at Orlando’s ICDC

May 11, 2019

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“Suits in 90 degree weather? Never again,” sophomore Pranuti Kalidindi said. “That was probably the most uncomfortable part of DECA ICDC this year.” From April 26 to May 1, 34 of Liberty DECA’s strongest competitors...

Checking back in with the L’Cafe’s Restaurant Wars

Caitlyn Croppi, Assistant News Editor

May 10, 2019

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You’ve heard the announcements, you’ve seen the lines: the L’Cafe is in full swing with their Restaurant Wars competition with a new theme every week for past two months, but how is it really doing? “It has changed the...

Liberty alumnus Sar DuVall launches into art career

Ashtyn Sakamoto, Staff Writer

May 9, 2019

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Just days after graduating college, former Liberty student Sar DuVall was hired for a massive project: illustrating a 220-page graphic novel. The novel was written by Peter Tomasi, who is an established writer for DC and Marvel....

New courses for the 2019-20 school year

April 7, 2019

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This year, four new courses are being added to Liberty: Astronomy, Applied Algebra II, Unified PE, and Percussion.

The Patriot Press guide to course selection

Caitlyn Croppi, Assistant News Editor

April 7, 2019

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Choosing the right courses can be confusing so use this chart, your teachers, the counselors, and their website for help.

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