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June 11, 2019

Juretic’s 25 years at Liberty come to an end

Emily Bassett

June 9, 2019

Liberty’s Pam Juretic has taught all across the country; from Nebraska to Missouri, Connecticut to Sammamish, Juretic has done everything. Twenty-five years ago, she finally ended up at Liberty, where she’s remained ever since. “I...

Chrissy Bressler leaves Liberty

Caitlyn Croppi, News Editor

June 9, 2019

Found in the Counselor’s office, Chrissy Bressler has been Liberty’s registrar since 2015. But coming next school year, she is moving out of the district to work at Risdon Middle School in the Renton School District and be...

A legacy of Liberty CS

Matthew Rubenstein, Online Editor

June 9, 2019

David Bradley first came to Liberty 6 years ago as a TEALS teacher from Microsoft, but after experiencing Liberty’s community, he quickly made the transition to a full time teacher. “I like the smallness of Liberty,” Bradley...

Lisa Beck runs to retirement

Caitlyn Croppi, News Editor

June 9, 2019

“Selfless, caring, and energetic.” Those are the words Henry Level used to describe Lisa Beck who has been teaching at Liberty for 14 years. With so many years here, she’s made a lot of good memories. “My favorite memories...

ROTC Award Ceremony

Matthew Rubenstein, Online Editor

June 8, 2019

From cyber security to the Color Guard, Naval Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps has it all. This diversity of activities becomes most apparent at the annual NJROTC awards ceremony. One of the most important titles awarded...

Teachers who travel: Martin takes on Turkey

Emily Bassett, News Editor

May 15, 2019

“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...

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