Wednesday, October 28


  • Share with Juniors that on November 12th, they will participate in a 90 minute Reality U Event hosted by professionals from our community.
  • Click HERE to discover with students what today's student survey is about and how it will be used to organize the Nov. 12th, Reality U Event
    • Groups for Nov. 12th are already pre-assigned: CLICK HERE to know your assigned group
  • Students will need to use the following link below to access survey links and directions
  • Please use the remainder of advisory time for all Juniors to complete the survey

A Note from the Leadership Class: Attitude of Gratitude

Hi, I am Allison Niemeier from the Leadership class. From October 28th through November 18th we will be promoting Attitude for Gratitude. This is a project where the students recognize different members of the staff each week. Each Wednesday we will be handing out papers to each advisory. Each paper will say "Thank You" at the top with a space to put the name of the staff member and who it is from. The note must be appropriate. Each note will be read through individually and thrown out if it is inappropriate. Turn these in to Rm 102!

On the first Wednesday the 28th, we will be writing the notes to the Administration
Second Wednesday the 4th, we will be recognize the counseling department
Third Wednesday the 11th, we will recognize the support staff (Cafeteria, janitors, librarians, nurses)
Fourth Wednesday the 18th, we will recognize all of the teachers

Wednesday - October, 21

My Drive Campaign

  • Show this Steve Harvey video to get students to thinking about the importance of #2n2
  • Show the Slide Presentation below to inform students of the LHS My Drive campaign
  • Pay attention to the details LHS student can win an Apple Watch

  • This ARTICLE shares cell phone apps to disable texting while driving.  Click on the article to briefly review some of the available apps
  • Pass out the paper license plates for students to decorate so that they can hang on a STUCO made wall display for the school campaign. 

Wednesday - October 14

Follow Up of Davey Muise Presentation

  1. Handout crisis cards to each student. They are in your mailboxes. 
    1. Call attention to info on side with crisis hotlines numbers, especially SPRIGEO
    2. Review the helpful information on the flip-side of the card with ideas to help a friend in crisis and possible warning signs for depression and suicide.
  2. Davey Muise discussion - Use the following critical thinking questions to help foster an open, student-led discussion on the theme(s) discussed in yesterday’s presentation     

Wednesday - October 7

District Gallup Poll - Student Required

Purpose: This survey will help us understand what students think about life in school, at home, and in the community. This survey is anonymous. Individual answers will not be shared with your school or district. Only grade and school information will be reported.


Inform Students of the 

Advisory Competition Below

My name is Paige O'Leary, I am writing on behalf of Kaylee Black, Courtney Parker and myself. We are seniors at Liberty high school and we were selected to be apart of the NCAPS program. 

I am reaching out to share the exciting project we are starting on Wednesday. Our group is working with the Ronald McDonald House of Charities and we have put together a competition between all advisories to collect pop tabs. We will be starting the collection on Wednesday 10/7 and end the collection on Wednesday 10/28. Each week we will be coming to collect and count the pop tabs that are gathered from each advisory. At the end of the month, we will announce a winner and will be having a donut party for that advisory. We hope to have everyone bring in pop tabs and help contribute to the Ronald McDonald House. 

We appreciate all that you have done for us to help get this project started in all advisories, if you have any questions let me know.

Thanks again, 

Paige O'Leary
Northland CAPS Associate
Medicine and Healthcare

(If students are uncomfortable with this topic due to personal experiences or loss, they are welcome to come to the counseling office during the presentation. Counselors and social workers will also be available after the presentations.)