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484 S. Maher Dr.
Liberty Point International School
(719) 547-3752
(719) 547-0499 FAX

School Hours
7:30 AM - 3:30 PM


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Our Mission Statement:

Liberty Point International is committed to developing and nurturing all inquiring minds, while encouraging life long learning. We promote an intercultural environment with emphasis on mutual caring and respect.
Pueblo West High School in partnership with Liberty Point International School offer the IB Middle Years Program. Liberty Point International School is an authorized IB World School. These are schools that share a common philosophy - a commitment to high quality, challenging, international education that Liberty Point International believes is important for our students.
NONDISCRIMINATION STATEMENT
                         
Pueblo County School District 70 does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, gender, age, genetic information, or handicap (disability) in admission or access to, or treatment, or employment in its education programs or activities.  Inquiries about ADA, Section 504, Title VI, and Title IX may be addressed to the Superintendent of Schools, 301 28th Lane, Pueblo, Colorado 81001.         
719-542-0220


We will begin our annual Box Tops competition in August!  Please continuing saving your Box Tops through the summer and bring them in to your 1st hour teacher. The 1st Hour with the most Box Tops by the end of February 2017 will receive a breakfast party!

Liberty Point International School holds parent conferences every Wednesday afternoon from 3:30 - 4:00 PM.  We would love to meet with parents to discuss the academic progress of your students!  Please stop in!  No appointment is necessary.
School lunches are $2.35 this year ($0.40 for reduced) - Breakfast is no longer free to all students.
Click here for bus route information. 
If you have questions regarding the MYP program at LPIS, please contact Mr. Moore at 547-3752 or rmoore@district70.org 
December 1st - 6 PM - Choir Concert

December 5th-8th - Spirit Week (See below for details)

December 5th-8th - Scholastic Book Fair (See below for details)

December 6th - 6 PM - Band Concert

December 8th - Algebra Final

December 14th - 1st Trimester Awards Ceremony (Times TBA)

December 15th - No School - Literacy Testing

December 19th - January 1st - Winter Break - No School

January 2nd - Return to School




















Click here for the LPIS Sports
Clearance Information & Middle School Athletics
Parent / Student Handbook
Liberty Point International School
(Formerly Pueblo West Middle School)

Please Note!! - Students at LPIS DO NOT  have a required school uniform.
Register at BTFE.com to receive free coupons, recipes, sweepstakes information and Box Tops notifications.  Below are links to several resources that you may also find useful.  Happy clipping!
Girls Basketball Info
Click here
Scholastic Book Fair!  All purchases benefit our school.

We will be having a book fair next week.  This is a great time to stock up on books for the holiday season and those cold winter days.  Get a head start on Christmas shopping with great books, fun posters and stocking stuffers!  Every BOOK purchased earns a ticket in the gift basket drawing.

*Monday 12/5 - 7:30 AM to 4 PM
*Tuesday 12/6 - 7:30 AM to 3:45 PM
Bring your family event!!  5 PM - 7 PM (Open during band concert times)
*Wednesday 12/7 - 7:30 AM to 7:30 PM (Open during basketball game and PEAK workshop times)
*Thursday 12/8 - 7:30 AM - 4 PM

Hope to see you there!
We will be having a spirit week next week (12/5 - 12/8)

*Monday 12/5 - Santa or Hippie Day (Santa and hippies are all about peace, love, and being nice to your fellow man.)
*Tuesday 12/6 - Ugly Sweater Day
*Wednesday 12/7 - Christmas Hat Day (regular hats are ok too.)
*Thursday 12/8 - Crazy Hair Day

The cost is 1 non-perishable food item every day.  We will collect the items during 1st hour.  The 1st hour with the most items brought in during the week will receive a prize.

If a student brings $1 instead of the food, we will use that money to buy food or donate it when the food is picked up.