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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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  • Unanimous Approval for Amendment to Teacher and Paraeducator Negotiated Agreements

    The Iowa City Community School District is proud to announce the unanimous approval of an amendment to the teacher and paraeducator negotiated agreements by the School Board during their September 11, 2018 meeting. In the wake of changes at the state level regarding collective bargaining, this amendment helps ensure the continuation of a collaborative and supportive relationship between the Iowa City Education Association (ICEA) and the district for the benefit of staff.

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  • 'Most Likely To Succeed' Movie Showings

    ACT’s Center for Equity in Learning and the Iowa City Community School District are proud to bring the critically-acclaimed feature-length documentary Most Likely to Succeed to our community with three public showings. Most Likely to Succeed presents a new vision of American education, sharing insights and stories from the front lines, including profiles of successful students, teachers, parents, and business leaders. Check out the trailer here: https://bit.ly/2k0zj0C.

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  • 'Say Something' Reporting Tool

    The Iowa City Community School District has launched the ‘Say Something’ campaign to provide students, staff, and parents an alternative option for reporting bullying incidents, sexual assault or harassment incidents, and school safety concerns. Reports can be submitted by texting @SaySomething to the number 35134 or using your phone’s camera to read the QR code on the posters on display throughout each school. In addition, the link to use this same system via computer is a bookmark on every Chromebook in the District.

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  • Updated Protocol for Early Release Due to Heat

    The Iowa City Community School District has updated the protocol for releasing students early due to heat. We are excited to announce that this year, all of our elementary students will be in air-conditioned learning spaces. This means that there will no longer be a need to release our elementary schools early due to high temperatures as we have occasionally had to do in the past.

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  • School Menu Update

    Beginning with the 2018-19 school year, the Iowa City Community School District is using a system called MealViewer for our school breakfast, lunch, and ala carte menus and nutritional information. MealViewer has over a dozen powerful features designed to create a better school nutrition experience for parents and students. The system includes school menus, user profiles, allergen alerts, nutrition calculators, as well as many other features.

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