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  • Two Events at Liberty Help Prepare Students for Careers

    Two major events – Sophomore Interview Day and Career Shadowing Day – highlighted “Fall Career Month” at Liberty High School in November. At Sophomore Interview Day on Nov. 17 guest interviewers from around the county interviewed English 10 students, who dressed appropriately for their scheduled appointments where they were asked a variety of questions regarding what they want to do and why they believe they can excel. Interviewers included local employers, the superintendent’s senior staff members, school board office and central office staff and LHS administration, teachers and counselors.

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  • LHS FFA Hosts Elementary Agriculture Day

    The C.L. Payne FFA Chapter invited fourth-grade students from surrounding elementary schools to the annual Liberty Elementary Agriculture Day (LEAD) in late September. Liberty students helped during the day with all of the stations and acted as tour guides helping the students through each station. The FFA students taught the elementary students about agriculture in everyday life. The event began with a presentation from the Mobile Dairy Classroom from Southland Dairy to teach how milk is produced and processed. Following that presentation the fourth-grade students split into smaller groups to go to separate stations including a hayride, hunting and fishing safety, all about FFA, welding safety, and rock painting.

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  • Liberty FFA Members Compete at State Fair

    The C.L. Payne FFA Chapter at Liberty High School took 23 students to the Virginia State Fair in Doswell to compete in four events – agriscience demonstration, forestry field day, horticulture demonstration and dairy judging. Participating in the agriscience demonstration on Oct. 3, freshmen Caitlyn Butler and Riley Hines placed first out of 17 teams, winning the junior division with their presentation on how to make your own all-natural fly spray. In the senior division Chapter President Mackenzie Mitchell presented how to create mini airplant magnets and placed third out of 16 competitors.

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