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    LPS Summer School 2020

    Liberty Public Schools has been hard at work the past several weeks preparing for our face-to-face summer school program that runs July 8 – 31, 2020.  As you likely know, the face-to-face school experience in LPS will not look like it did prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.  Many precautions have been put into place, following recommendations by local, state, and national health officials.  It is our top priority to provide our students and staff with a safe and healthy learning environment while at school.  Below is important information that we hope you find useful as we prepare to welcome students on July 8, 2020.

    July 2020 Face-to-Face Sites and Hours

    Times: AM 7:45 - 11:15   PM:11:45 - 3:15  All Day Session: 7:45 - 3:15


    Discovery Middle School(816)736-7300 (Middle Level Grades 6-8)

    Warren Hills Elementary(816)736-5630 (Warren Hills and Lewis & Clark)

    Liberty Oaks Elementary(816)736-5600 (Liberty Oaks and Kellybrook)

    Times: AM 8:15 - 11:45   PM: 12:15 - 3:45  All Day Session: 8:15 - 3:45


    Manor Hill Elementary(816)736-5460 (Manor Hill and Ridgeview)

    Liberty Middle School (816)736-5410 (Lillian Schumacher, Alexander Doniphan and Franklin)

    Shoal Creek Elementary(816)736-7150(Shoal Creek)

    Enrollment for LPS Summer School 2020 is closed at this time. We thank you for your patience as we modified our summer school plans. 





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    Lisa Johnston, Administrative Assistant 816.736.6730

    Christopher Hand, Director of Assessment, Evaluation and Testing 816.736.5320

    We hope you have found the information provided above to be helpful.  Our Department of Health Services has been working closely with Clay County Health Center and other local health officials throughout this unprecedented event, and will be sharing additional information and resources with you prior to us getting started on Wednesday, July 8th.  As the district has shared since just prior to spring break back in March, this continues to be an extremely fluid situation and one that has potential to change.  We will provide you with any important updates as they become available. Thank you for sharing your child with us, and we look forward to seeing them at school soon!











  • Earlier this week, the Clay County Public Health Center announced that Clay County will begin requiring face masks and coverings to be worn in all indoor areas of public accommodation, effective Sunday, July 19, 2020. This includes schools and daycares within the county.  LPS will now adhere to this requirement beginning with our summer school session on Monday, July 20, and until further notice. More information regarding this announcement can be found on the Clay County Public Health Center website.   Below you will find a few important details as it relates to students wearing masks during their remaining summer school school experience.
    • Per Clay County Public Health Center Amended Order dated July 14, 2020, all staff, all students, all visitors, and all vendors are required to wear a proper cloth face covering when in a District facility or using District transportation.  As an exception, the covering may be removed when the individual is in a setting in which social distancing can clearly be maintained for an extended period of time.  
    • Students will need to bring their own masks with them to school.  If a student would forget or lose their mask, a disposable mask will be provided.  
    • LPS will always follow safety policies and procedures while students and staff are at  school.  This county requirement released this week is considered a safety guideline and will be adhered to by district staff and students
    Thank you for partnering with us as we continue our commitment to keeping our students and staff safe while at school.  
    Have a great upcoming weekend!
    -LIberty Public Schools Summer School Department
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  • Summer School Incentive Program

    Summer School Bookstore:
    Students who participate and engage in classroom activities will have their name included in a daily book drawing to come and choose a book from the Summer School Bookstore.

    Perfect Attendance Incentive:
    Students who have perfect attendance the entire program will be eligible for a drawing on the last day. Each Elementary building will be giving away one Echo Dot - Kids Edition.  The Middle School building will be giving away an Echo Dot Smart Speaker with Clock and Alexa. 

    Summer School Discipline Policy 
    Summer School will be a fun-filled and challenging learning experience for students.  To ensure that all students are safe and able to learn, the same behavior appropriate during the regular school year will be expected.  Students are expected to treat all staff and students at school with respect, as well as respect the property of others, while demonstrating safe and appropriate behavior in and about the school.  To assist students in developing desirable behavior habits, educators will provide an environment that is safe, positive, and challenging.  Students feel safe and learning improves when they have clear, logical, and consistent boundaries.  Teachers and administrators work as a team to provide the needed structure and support to help each student learn to take responsibility for their actions.  Parents/Guardians will be kept informed on any concerns and will be asked to partner with the school in helping their children learn to make good choices.  The Summer School Program will not utilize detentions or in-school suspension because of limited summer staff.  Because of this during an instance where a detention or in-school suspension would be an appropriate consequence the student may be sent home or asked not to attend part, or the remainder of the Summer School program.

    Bulletin:  The Missouri General Assembly may adjust funding for summer school at any time.  As a result, the Liberty Summer School program may be adjusted or modified based on state funding.