- Liberty Preparatory School

May Newsletter
Liberty Prep
P.0. Box 374 Smithville, OH 44677-0374
T: 330-669-0055
Upcoming Events
Principal’s Notes
May 18
We will be collecting computers beginning May 26th for our IT
department. If a student finishes their class load before May 28th,
they can check out for the year. No one will be able to have a
computer to use over the summer; we must do this to make sure
that our computers are ready for next year.
MAP Testing
Graduation will be held at 1pm in the Liberty Prep gym on May
28th. Students will have early release that day at 11am. Any
student who wishes to stay for the graduation will be credited
hours to do so.
Last Day for Students
1:00 Graduation
May 25
No School – Memorial Day
May 28
June 15
Summer OGT Testing
Summer OGTs
Any student who has failed any portion of the OGT will have an
opportunity to retake the test the week of June 15th. For a student to
be granted the chance to retake these tests during the summer, they
must complete all ten hours of instruction offered before the test.
Below is a tentative OGT summer schedule.
Student Spotlight
Instruction Dates
Test Date
8:00 – 10:00
06/01/15 – 06/05-15
10:00 – 12:00
06/01/15 – 06/05/15
Social Studies
12:00 – 2:00
06/01/15 – 06/05/15
Hobbies: riding dirtbikes
8:00 – 10:00
06/08/15 – 06/12/15
Favorite Food: Taco Bell
10:00 – 12:00
06/08/15 – 06/12/15
Mickel H.
eighth grade
Interesting Fact: Mickel
finished all of his eighth grade
classes and half of his freshman
classes this year.
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Work Study
Congratulations to Tristin Martin, Work Study Student of the
Tristin Martin of Sterling works at Bauman Farms. He milks over 90
Holsteins four days a week. Tristin’s supervisor, Jeremy Bauman,
gave Tristin a second chance last year, and Tristin has shown
tremendous growth in maturity and responsibility. He is
dependable and does a great job. Tristin enjoys hunting and
fishing and likes to work on tractors, cars, and trucks.
REMINDER - It is the students' responsibility to turn in their work log
and/or pay stubs to earn elective credit and hourly school credit. Ten
hours of work can be counted toward the 27 hour per week requirement.
If you have any questions, contact Lisa Lang - Liberty Prep Work Study
Coordinator at [email protected] or 330-231-6359.
Meet Our New Staff Member!
I wanted to take a moment to introduce
myself. My name is Jenice McEndree, and I
began working as Secretary at Liberty Prep in
mid-April. I previously worked for Chippewa
Local Schools as Aide to the Treasurer, and I
am also the secretary/bookkeeper for my
husband’s small construction company. My
husband and I have been married for over 30
years, and we live in Marshallville where we
have raised our four children. I enjoy camping
with our family and friends, going on long walks with our German
Shepherd “Roxy”, fishing, hunting, and working in my flower gardens. I
love being around children and encouraging them to be the best that
they can be. It has been an exciting past several weeks at Liberty Prep
and I look forward to serving the staff and students in the upcoming
year. My life’s motto – Raise the Bar. Every person is unique and worthy
and each person, no matter the age, has been created for a great and
positive purpose in this life . . . “There isn’t a person anywhere who
isn’t capable of doing more than he thinks he can.” - Henry Ford
Summer School
Summer school will be offered
on the days below from 9am
until 1pm, and students must
be present at each session.
Enrollment will be limited, and
students who are either close
to graduating or behind in
credits will be given first
consideration. Once a student
misses more than four hours,
the class will be locked, and
they will no longer be able to
complete their work. There
will be no exceptions!
If you are interested, please
see Mr. Hessey.
Dates (all are Wednesdays)
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