Advanced Placement Exam News:

Please refer to https://apcoronavirusupdates.collegeboard.org/students to receive the latest updates.  All students registered to take  AP exam(s) should have received a letter from the College Board on 3/23/20. Please reread this letter carefully, if students need access to the internet or a device, they need to complete the form in the letter by 4/25/20.  The AP exam schedule is provided as well.  AN UPDATE form the College Board concerning choosing a test date: Students should plan on taking their exam during the primary test window, May 11-22, 2020.  The final exam dates, June 1-4, 2020 should be reserved for students who have conflicts  or who experience technical issues during the primary testing window. Students will be receiving more information concerning test administration in late April from the Advanced Placement Program.

Tier Five: Online High School Instruction Overview

Online high school instruction will begin on Monday, March 30, 2020 and will continue throughout the period of school closure.

The BASD high schools’ online instruction will be asynchronous —meaning that the teacher and student interaction is not dependent on traditionally-scheduled time. Teachers will provide weekly assignments that will drive the instruction for the week. Teachers will conduct online instruction in support of the weekly assignments (in Schoology) and communicate (using established communication tools) directly with students and parents each week. During online instruction, the window of time for completing online assignments will be one week, starting on Monday at 9:00 AM and continuing through the following Monday at 12:00 Noon when assignments are due. The Bethlehem Area School District will continue to provide a free and appropriate public education (FAPE) consistent with the need to protect the health and safety of students with disabilities and those individuals providing education, specially designed instruction, and related services.


You Are Not Forgotten A Message to Students from Mr. Bailey:


 
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Liberty High School strives to create a positive learning community, dedicated to a culture of excellence, where all relationships are valued. All members of the Liberty family have a responsibility to uphold the spirit of accountability through open communication, consistency, mutual respect, and school wide safety. Through collaboration, our school will provide growth and develop independent thinkers for our 21st century global family.