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Liberty celebrates homecoming

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By Nina Smith

Friday night Jessica Ortiz and Curtis Monk were named homecoming king and queen. All the king and queen candidates looked dazzling, all dressed up for the occasion, and it was a great sight to see their faces. After being announced winners, Jessica had a look of true happiness on her face and Curtis threw his hands up with excitement and a smile.

Right after the junior varsity game, Liberty High School presented the class and club floats. All the floats were amazing but there could only be one winner. The freshman class float, themed “Mary Poppins,” beat all the other classes as the best float. FFA’s “A Bugs Life” float won the best club float, and the Robotics Club’s “Star Wars” won the judges over that night and earned honorable mention.

Topping the night off, the football boys beat Sierra. Liberty High School was truly the happiest place on earth that night.

Challenge Day

Applications for Liberty’s third annual Challenge Day are due Monday. Because there is such a strong interest each year, the application process was put in place to allow commissioners to get a glimpse into who can really benefit from this rewarding experience...


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