With great emphasis and focus on Personalized Learning, Liberty students participate with building robotic LEGO mechanisms.
The 5th grade talent show was a huge success! We raised about $1,300 for our Knott's Berry Farm field trip! Thank you to everyone for all their support in this endeavor. Our kids are going to love learning about U.S. History and visiting Independence Hall at Knott's (not to mention riding a few roller coasters!).
Liberty Elementary & Arlington Business Partnership visits Image One. The purpose of the visit was to develop a relationship to bring photography & videography among other services to Liberty Scholars. It's was a very informative and promising meeting. We look forward to our partnership with Image One.
An assembly was held for Kinder & First Grade students to instruct them of the proper protocol for dialing 9-1-1. Volunteers from The Riverside Police Department came to teach our students some of the Do's and Dont's for seeking help in an emergency situation.
Friday, November 7 was a very special day for 11-year-old Cynthia Aguirre, a 6th grader at Liberty Elementary School in Riverside. With her family, friends, teacher, principal, and UCR mascot “Scotty” present, Cynthia officially became the youngest member of the UC Riverside Women’s Volleyball Team as she signed her honorary Letter of Intent. It was made official with her own jersey – Number 19-- which she tried on right away.Click the headline to read more!