For the second year in a row, Liberty High School hosted students from Madera South High School on Friday in attempts to break down barriers and get to know students from other schools.
About 35 students from Madera South and 160 students from Liberty joined in the event, called Challenge Day, in the Liberty gymnasium.
“Challenge Day is about breaking down barriers with other schools,” Liberty activities director Sarah Burress said. “It’s a good dynamic with Madera South. We compete in athletics and live near each other so we thought it would be good to give time with each other without labels.”
The purpose of Challenge Day is to make students aware that there are others like them in the area...