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  • Scott Kibby Liberty High School, located in North Liberty, opened in 2017 with 750 students in grades 9–12. We are excited about the 2018–19 school year, our second year of existence as a comprehensive high school. We offer numerous AP and honors courses, three world languages, and a comprehensive arts program. Our co-curricular programs offer the full range of interscholastic varsity sports in the prestigious Mississippi Valley Conference. The indoor facilities are state of the art, with collaboration labs, makers spaces, and technology. 2018 brings expansion with the addition of a stadium/track, baseball and softball fields, tennis courts, and soccer fields. In 2019, the addition of a 500-seat student wing will begin construction as Liberty prepares to continue to grow into the next decade.

    Scott Kibby, Principal
    (319) 688-1350
    kibby.scott@iowacityschools.org

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District News

  • Final General Obligation Bond Sales

    On January 14, 2020, the District completed the sale of $65,925,000 of General Obligation Bonds Series 2020. This sale is the third and final sale of general obligation bonds from the September 12, 2017 bond referendum of $191,525,000 as approved by district voters.

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  • Introducing the Student AIM Card

    The Iowa City Community School District, in partnership with the Coralville, Iowa City, and North Liberty public libraries, is pleased to announce a new literary initiative to offer students greater access to books and other resources. We call it the AIM Card.

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  • Comprehensive Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Plan

    In 2018-19, the ICCSD engaged in a strategic planning process to update the Comprehensive Equity Plan. The process was facilitated by the Equity Implemented Partnership using guiding principles and a development process that is modeled after the process the University of Iowa engaged in over the past year to create the University of Iowa’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Action Plan which was completed in April 2019.

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  • District Calendars

    The 2020-21, 2021-22, and 2022-23 school year calendars were presented to the Board for approval on November 26, 2019 as part of a rolling 3-year calendar system. The approved calendars can be found HERE.

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  • 'Here Comes the Bus' App

    Here Comes The Bus is an easy-to-use website and app that enables parents to see the location of their child’s school bus on a smartphone, tablet, or personal computer.

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