WeDo Camp - designed for grades 1 and 2.
Basic NXT Building Camp - designed for grades 3-5.
Sumo Robot Camp - designed for grades 5-8.
To download a sign-up sheet with more information, click here!
The registration and Meet the Teacher dates for the 2013-2014 school year are set.
Meet the Teacher day and registration for all elementary schools will be Thursday, August 15 from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Registration times for middle and high schools vary by school and by grade. For a complete list of times and dates for middle and high schools, take a look at the Meet the Teacher Schedule.
2013 Registration Q & A
Congratulations to the following students who were chosen by their teachers as Students of the Month for May:
6th Grade:Cindi Babb, Pedro Organista Gonzalez, Aspen Ridder, Chavis Stone and Christy Taylor
7th Grade: Keyshawn King, Ryan Nix, Lauren Patterson and Amber Wilson
8th Grade: Destiny Astin, Tatyana Chamblee, Seth Dover, Jacob Herman and Christopher Lark
Angie received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Elementary Education in 2003. She began working as a substitute for Pickens County. In 2008, she was hired at Liberty Middle School to teach 6th Grade Science, and she loves it! In 2011, Angie went back to SWU and received her Master of Education. “I appreciate each and every day that I get to spend with the students here at LMS. I love teaching and sometimes being taught by the students. LMS is a wonderful place to work. You really couldn’t ask for a better staff or leadership team than what we have here. I feel honored, humbled, and privileged to call LMS my home.”
She has been married for 13 years to Kevin Durham. He is a teacher and coach for Anderson County Four School District. They have two children, Tory who is 11 years old and Eastin who is 7 years old. They live in Liberty and are members of Refuge Baptist Church.
Mrs. Durham looks forward to being part of the middle school in the community in which she lives and working together with the faculty, staff and students to build on the educational foundation instilled in the Falcon tradition.
ILEP consists of a semester-long academic program at a U.S. university (Clemson University in our area) including course work in teaching methodologies, lesson planning, teaching strategies for the home classroom environment, teacher leadership and instructional technology.
In addition to observing and co-teaching in the Liberty Middle School ELA classrooms, our four Fellowes have visited classrooms of colleagues, attended school meetings, participated in extracurricular activities, shadowed a student and an administrator for a day, and taken part in other school experiences. The benefits to our students have been numerous, including global competence and awareness; tolerance for other cultures; acceptance of new ideas, customs, languages, and dress; and broadening our students’ horizons.
We have been honored to host Mohamed El Hayal (Morocco), Lasma Sihite (Indonesia), Madhu Singh (India), and Fanta Cissok (Senegal) in our school and have enjoyed their presence in our classrooms. Our lives have been enhanced, and we have learned much from each other.