Welcome to Liberty Elementary School! Our kindergarten program integrates all content areas to provide a solid foundation for learning in language, literacy, math, science, social studies and a variety of special areas.
Our teachers are dedicated to creating a positive learning environment for all students. It is our goal at Liberty to foster a love for learning in our students. We strive to provide learning opportunities that engage our students academically and allow them to achieve to their fullest potential. We are excited to be a part of your child’s learning journey!
Note: You will be directed to PVOnline where you are require to login. Enter your username and "other" password. When logged in, click on the blue ConnectEd link in the top right hand corner.
The Governing Board strongly believes that homework is a valuable learning activity. Among its many benefits are:
- Skill Development
- The development of self-discipline, responsibility and wise use of time
- The opportunity for parents to become involved in and aware of what their children are learning
- Homework is considered practice and will count for study skills assessment on report cards
Assignment of appropriate homework is encouraged, and the Governing Board will support teachers' efforts to ensure that students do not ignore their assignments.
Communication between teachers and parents regarding homework is considered essential. Parents should consult with individual teachers as to the expectations and how parents may help in this effort.
Homework, if requested on the attendance line before 10:00am may be picked up in the front office after 3:15pm. Students will be given time to make up work when they return from their absence.
Under district policy attendance and excuse policy, it is the parent/guardian's responsibility to notify the school of an absence. We urge you to call the school absence line prior to 9:00 a.m. on the actual day of the absence. Liberty Elementary has a 24-hour voice mail absence line for reporting absences. The number is (602) 449-6201.
A student whose absences (excused/unexcused) totals more than 10% or 18 days of the school year and whose absences have affected academic progress may be retained due to the negative effect on the grade and may be cited and report to the courts (A.R.S. 15-802; A.R.S. 15-803).