2019-20 Liberty Activities
Liberty Middle School offers a wide variety of opportunities for students to extend and expand on their academic learning. Activities meet from 3:50 - 4:40 on their designated days. Activity buses operate every day with the exception of Fridays. In order to ride the Activity bus, students must have their school-issued ID. A student’s Activity bus number is printed on their ID. Activity buses depart Liberty at 4:45.
* Indicates that participation is based on application
Students will participate in an advanced chorus that will perform at school functions as well as Liberty fine arts festivals.
Mr. Rouch - 720-886-2508
Colorado Creative Careers Student Organization or C3SO (formerly Art Club)
C3SO is open to all students who are interested in expanding their art skills. Students will explore media and techniques that are not being explored in the general art classes. Students will also learn about career application of their artistic abilities.
Drama Club is for everyone interested in performing or working backstage on Liberty’s play and musical. All students are encouraged to audition!
Information Meetings for the play are August 14 & 15.
Ms. Drozda - 720-886-2527
Experienced band students will rehearse their skills on jazz instruments and put them on display with performances throughout the year.
Tuesday before school & scheduled Thursdays
Mrs. Smith - 720-886-2507
Math League is open to all students who want to sharpen their math skill by competing against other middle school students.
Ms. Dean - 720-886-2568
7th and 8th-grade students who demonstrate character, scholarship and leadership will participate in service learning and community building.
Ms. Homeyer - 720-886-2538 and Ms. Richgels - 720-886-2520
No Place for Hate Coalition
Come join the No Place for Hate coalition as we work together to create fun, school-wide activities that will help improve and maintain a positive school climate so all students can thrive at Liberty Middle School.
Every other Wednesday
A school program that teams students with and without intellectual disabilities to engage in a variety of activities around friendship, team building, crafts, and communication.
2nd Wednesday of each month
Student Leaders will meet on Tuesdays in N105-106.
Pop Orchestra is for Orchestra students who have at least 1 year of experience on a string instrument and are interested in performing modern pop music.
Ms. Smith - 720-886-2507
Students will prepare for success in the Liberty and District Spelling Bees.
Ms. Wurzenberger - 720-886-2570
Students will participate in the planning and creation of the Liberty yearbook, by taking photos, creating layouts, and making publication decisions.
Ms. Blaize - 720-886-2467