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LPS Announces All Staff to be Recognized in 2021

A long-standing tradition each spring semester in Liberty Public Schools has been the announcement of both Teacher of the Year and Support Employee of the Year at each buildingThese individuals then participate in a process to be named with District distinction.

As LPS staff returned to their respective buildings on Monday, January 4, 2021, they were greeted with a special video message from Superintendent Dr. Jeremy Tucker.  The message was simple.  This school year has been one like no other.  One that has required everyone to step up, jump out of their comfort zones, and serve our students and families in amazing ways.  Effective for the 2020-2021 school year, all 955 teachers in Liberty Public Schools were named LPS Teacher of the Year, while all 796 support staff members were named LPS Support Employee of the Year.
"This is not the year to celebrate a limited number of individuals for what you are doing for us," said LPS Superintendent Dr. Jeremy Tucker.  "We look forward to providing various opportunities for us to celebrate and appreciate each of you for what you have done, are currently doing, and will be doing for us in the challenging weeks and months to come."
Dr. Tucker's message shared that the week of January 25-29, 2021, has been reserved as LPS All-Star Staff Appreciation Week.  Additional details will be shared with staff in the coming weeks leading up to the week of appreciation, which will include various tokens of appreciation.
To view Dr. Tucker's message that was delivered to staff, click here.