The Liberty County School System is continuing to work on its 2020/2021 Student Code of Conduct.
The BOE started putting together the handbook earlier this month. Recommended revisions made by an already-established committee are due to Dr. Kathy Moody, executive director for student services, by Mar. 13.
In February, LCSS will be placing an article in the Coastal Courier to ask for suggestions from students, parents, staff, and community stakeholders. A similar link will be posted on the LCSS website under “Breaking News,” and the submissions for these will also be due by Mar. 13.
LCSS will also be taking surveys on school uniforms in February. Parents will be notified by Swift K12 and the LCSS webpage.
Students will be surveyed on school iPads and LCSS staff members will receive surveys via email.
Surveys will be open from Feb. 3 to Feb. 28. Members of the committee will meet to review the suggestions and the results of the uniform surveys in April.
The revisions chosen will then be presented to LCSS Superintendent Dr. Franklin Perry for finalizing.
The results of the 2019 “Beating the Odds,” a statistical analysis comparing a school’s College and Career Ready Performance Index (CCRPI) were release Dec. 19.
Schools that perform higher than similar schools in the state are considered “Beating the Odds.” The Liberty County schools in that category are Bradwell Institute, Lewis Frasier Middle School, Liberty Elementary School, Midway Middle School, and Waldo Pafford Elementary School.