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Emily Jacobson participates in Washington Aerospace Program

Valerie Adams, Spotlight Editor

November 4, 2016

At some point we all dreamed of working with NASA, becoming astronauts, and going into space. Over the summer, senior Emily Jacobson got one step closer. Jacobson was accepted into the Washington Aerospace Scholar (WAS) program. There are two phases to this program. The first phase is essentially another...

NJROTC program strengthens with new leadership

NJROTC program strengthens with new leadership

Rita Melnikova, Senior Writer

November 4, 2016

The loss of both Chief Al Torstenson and Commander Dan Joslin the same year left Liberty NJROTC directionless, but to the relief of the students Captain John Deehr, from the University of Washington NROTC program, and Master Gunnery Sargent Fred Pickering, from Northridge High School MCJROTC program,...

Reischl ends fifteen years at Liberty strong

Valerie Adams, Spotlight Editor

June 7, 2016

Passionate, caring, dedicated, hilarious, smart and personable. These are a few words that are used to describe five year Key Club advisor, ten year class advisor and AP Literature teacher Tonja Reischl whose fifteen years at Liberty have come to an end but leave behind a great legacy. “Reischl is...

Principal Josh Almy leaves his mark on Liberty

Sidney Ching, Staff Writer

June 7, 2016

“Anyone who has met or worked with Dr. Almy can see that he cares deeply about Liberty students, families and staff members,” assistant principal Erin McKee said. Many of these students and staff would agree with McKee, as they say goodbye to Principal Josh Almy, who, after four years, has left...

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