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Liberty Common Sense Newsletter

A Girl of the Limberlost
Jenna Allen, Plato Campus Assistant Principal

The Literacy Review Team (LRT) evaluates and discusses book proposals for the Liberty Great-Books List, using a rubric focusing on lasting value, life impact, philosophical depth, and literary complexity, with one of their recent additions being "A Girl of the Limberlost" by Gene Stratton-Porter.

George Berkeley: Perception, Empathy, and Reality
Chris Reynolds, LCHS Assistant Principal

George Berkeley, the Bishop of Cloyne, is credited with the creation of “subjective idealism.” For the sake of everyone’s time and interest, his philosophy can be boiled down to his most famous phrase from Treatise Concerning the Principles of Human Knowledge, which is “esse est percipi,” or “to be is to be perceived.” 

group photo of board members
Cindy Skalicky, Board of Directors

Welcome back to a brand new school year. We are excited to see the hustle and bustle of another exciting year of learning, growth, character building and fun. One change you might notice this year, is a greater presence of Board Members at events and gatherings. 

virtue arch
Kathleen Kearney, LCHS Assistant Principal

Why might character education, out of all the topics, be of the greatest importance? The answer is simple – character education is at the core of everything we do here at Liberty Common...

two kids holding toad
Bob Schaffer, Headmaster

Liberty 6th-grade students, during Tuesday recess at the Plato campus, learned what toads do when you pick one up.

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Sandy Stoltzfus, Plato Campus Principal
The Plato-Campus faculty, staff, and I are thrilled to welcome everyone back for another school year full of knowledge and wonder as we point our students to the good, true, beautiful, and perfect.
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Mr. Casey Churchill, Aristotle Campus Principal

Welcome back to year two at the Aristotle Campus.  Opening a second Liberty Common School campus last year was such an amazing experience for us all.  I am thrilled to see what the second year brings.

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Dr. Robert Robinson, LCHS Principal

The level of energy and excitement has been growing in the school for weeks.  Our outstanding maintenance team, led by Brian Elshof, has worked non-stop to prepare the building. 

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Liberty Common School

The stone arch at the Plato campus was completed last week. The arch proudly displays the seven Foundation Stones, six Capstone Virtues, and the Keystone Virtue of Wisdom.