If you haven’t already, it is time to register your students for our school.

Register Monday, August 6 from 8:30-3:30 at Liberty Elementary.


At the same time, you can also register for the Afterschool Program.


We will continue with BREAKFAST IN THE CLASSROOM!

The doors will open at 7:50 for students to line up and get ready to pick up their breakfast. Students will, then, continue on to their classrooms to eat their breakfast and prepare to start the school day.


COMING SOON: Breakfast in the Classroom (BIC)


Beginning on May 21, Liberty School will now participate in the Breakfast in the Classroom Program! How Breakfast in the Classroom works:

* All students are eligible to receive one free breakfast daily regardless of income status

* Breakfast doors will open at 8:00 am, recess supervision still starts at 7:30 am

* All students will line up in the gym 

* Breakfast starts at 8:10 am with students walking through the cafeteria to get their breakfast 

* Students will then head to the classroom and eat at their desks with their class during the first few minutes of class

* Teachers will have students clean up and begin class no later than 8:30

* Students who are tardy will still have an opportunity to get breakfast until 9:00

* The program will continue at the beginning of next year’s school year Studies show that students who eat a balanced breakfast are more likely to achieve higher test scores, have improved memory and listening skills, have fewer behavioral issues, and have higher rates of attendance and lower rates of tardiness. It is our goal to set all of our students up for success by ensuring everyone has access to a free healthy breakfast.  We appreciate your support in this change and welcome any questions.

JaNeal Rodriguez,  Principal

After-School Program Multicultural Event

Come and share with us in celebrating the students success with cultural performances and tastes from around the world.

Date:  Friday, May 18th,  4:30 pm  — 5:30 pm.




Spring Photos

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Spring photos will be taken Wednesday, March 21, 2018.

Order information will go home with students the week before photos are taken.

Legislative Town Hall: February 21 at West High School

The Salt Lake City School District will be hosting a legislative town hall on Wednesday, February 21, at 7 p.m. This is an opportunity to connect with our SLCSD legislators and to hear directly from them about their work on Capitol Hill this legislative session. We would love to hear your questions, stories, and concerns about issues affecting your community. To submit a question for the town hall, leave us a comment on this Facebook post

Join us at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, February 21, at West High School.


Please click on the link to find out information about upcoming elementary ELP testing (for gifted and high ability students) and Parent Information Meetings: Salt Lake School District’s Extended Learning Program information.


Applications for magnet ELP testing will be available on the ELP website,,  beginning December 6, 2017 and are due to the ELP office by January 26, 2018. The testing window will be from January 29 – March 1, 2018.

6th Grade Testing for Middle School ELP November 2-December 8, 2017

Please Click on this link to find out more information about the testing process and placement for ELP:



Dear SLCSD Families,

Excellence and Equity: Every Student, Every Classroom, Every Day: this is our vision statement for the Salt Lake City School District (SLCSD). We are committed to achieving this vision and ensuring ALL students in our district obtain a quality education. 

We believe in our students and in their hopes, dreams, and potential. Our schools and our students are strengthened by our district’s diversity. SLCSD embraces and supports all of our students, regardless of background, race, ethnicity, or any other factor. And we will continue to champion our students and families, and to welcome and teach every single child who enters our school doors.

In January 2017, the SLCSD Board of Education passed a Safe School Resolution affirming our district’s commitment to our students and our schools. During these uncertain times, we appreciate the support of our teachers and our parents in having conversations with students about current events and reassuring them that school will always be a safe space.

Below are some tips to help adults talk with children about these important yet challenging topics:

·      Don’t be afraid to talk to children about recent events that appear in the news and on social media.

·      Promote a sense of safety by acknowledging current events, and ask children if they have any questions or concerns they would like to talk about.

·      Use age-appropriate language (i.e. talk to elementary-school-aged children about the importance of being a good friend and valuing each other’s differences).

·      Share experiences, when appropriate.

·      Model good behavior, such as being supportive of other cultures.

·      Share ideas about how our children can respond to those who are displaying inappropriate behavior.

During the school year, SLCSD administrators and counselors are a good resource to assist teachers and parents in addressing any concerns that may arise when speaking to children. We in SLCSD will never stop doing what is right for ALL of our students.

Yours in education,

Lexi Cunningham, Ed.D.
Salt Lake City School District