11th School wide field trip
Will take place Saturday April 12th in San Francisco. Tickets are $120 each.
“Please join us for a free parent education night entitled, “know your internet child” presented by the Benicia Police Department in partnership with Benicia Unified. This will give you a chance to learn how the new landscape of the digital era is completely changing parenting today. You’ll also hear local digital use trends and how students and families can navigate the digital world responsibly and safely. High school parents are invited to attend Wednesday, March 19th from 7:00-8:00 PM in the Benicia High School PAB. Refreshments provided! For more information, contact Kelli Leiner at 747-8300 X1905. We hope to see you there!”
Liberty is looking for speakers for our career week on Friday March 28th. Come share your career with our students. How did you get started? What are your duties, What education did you need?
If interested contact Chris Winder at email@example.com
How did Liberty get its name?
In September of 1974 this school - that was named Benicia Opportunity School – became Liberty High School – here is what it says in the Benicia Herald Article – thought you might enjoy this!!
The 39 students at the Opportunity School have been meeting regularly as a group, decided in their meetings to form a student body, and during these meetings also decided to give the school a positive identity by renaming the school. Several names were nominated and after lengthy discussion and thought the name “Liberty” was chosen. As told to the Board in his presentation, Student Body President Jeff Wallace outlined the following reasons for requesting the name change:
“LIBERTY to us means the freedom to learn as you are able, but not to be forced; therefore the responsibility of our education rests on our shoulders, no one else’s
“LIBERTY also means to us the freedom to look and act as individuals, not necessarily following a particular image
The name LIBERTY comes from something meaningful in our country’s history – the basic rights of all people as stated in the Declaration of Independence – Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness.
LIBERTY is especially meaningful to us because each student has the opportunity to pursue his personal educational interests”
Upon hearing Mr. Wallace’s presentation a resolution to rename Benicia Opportunity School to Liberty High was unanimously affirmed by the Board!!
Now that your student is at Liberty make sure your e-scrip donations follow them. To create an e-scrip account at NEW TO ESCRIPand search for Liberty High School or log into your escrip account at MY ESCRIP. Register your safeway club card and your credit cards with e-scrip so Liberty High School can receive donations.
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