Along with planning and executing Liberty’s Veteran’s Day Assembly, Liberty’s NJROTC provides Color Guard details in support of Veteran’s Day events throughout the area. These events included: Renton Christian School, Chinook Middle School SeaTac, Microsoft Main Campus Redmond – This event is streamed to every Microsoft Campus around the world, Maywood Middle School, Brookdale West Seattle Senior Living Home, Brookdale Admiral Heights Senior Living Home, Issaquah VFW at the Issaquah Senior Center.
Liberty High School NJROTC: 68 Cadets, 2 Instructors, and 5 parent chaperones spent 3.5 days at the NJROTC Basic Leader Training camp at the CISPUS Learning Center in Randle, Wa. The Cadets were up at 6 am and didn't turn in until 10 pm each day. The Cadets participated in numerous activities including but not limited to: Communications and leadership exercises, physical fitness, uniform and barracks inspections, drill, homework/study time, Kitchen Patrol (KP) duty, and a high/low ropes training challenge course.
Liberty High School’s NJROTC Color Guard Team Captain, Cadet Petty Officer Second Class Olivia Van Ry (US Flag), leads the team consisting of Cadet Petty Officer First Class Lindsay Carvalho (Navy Flag), Cadet Petty Officer First Class Carson Tucker (Right Rifle - on the left) and Cadet Petty Officer First Class Faith Ellis (Left Rifle - on the right) as they present the Colors before the Seattle Sounders FC game at Century Link Field on Sunday.
Liberty High School’s FCCLA members attended the Region 4 Fall conference held at the Pickering Barn in Issaquah. Over 100 students in the area attended this conference. Liberty’s Nicole Winters led the event as the current Washington State President for Region 4.
Kyle Hoffman, of Issaquah High School, won second place in the Washington State High School Photography awards for a photo entry he sent in. While there, the Seahawks & Sounders photographer Corky Trewin, chose Kyle's photo for the Seattle Sounders award, inviting Kyle to shoot a Sounders game along the sideline with him. What an exciting opportunity!
Liberty High School's Culinary Arts class recently took a field trip to explore all of the culinary possibilities at Pike's Place Market in Seattle. They did a scavenger hunt and tasted the delectable food of the market restaurants as well as a tour of Renton Technical College's culinary arts program.
The Introduction to Culinary Arts students at Liberty High School recently had a dessert competition within their class. The winners were the Tired Panda team with a Mint Ice Cream and Brownie dessert (pictured above).
Liberty High School's NJROTC participated in the City of Issaquah's Memorial Day activities over the weekend by supplying events with colorguard and honor guard services. The event is summarized in the video above.
On Tuesday May 15, 2018 the Issaquah School District STEM & CTE department held it's annual student showcase. Over 30 students from each comprehensive High school and middle school were recognized as being outstanding in several different career pathways including: Computer Science, Graphic Design, Engineering, Business, Marketing, Culinary arts and more. Each student was recognized as a CTE student of the year for their specific pathway and received a medallion.