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----Updated March 15, 2017----

LNHS Band Students Obtain School Record

Liberty North High School band students performed at District Music Contest, hosted at Liberty High School, on March 10. A school record 32 events qualified for State!


Congratulations to the following groups for receiving a (I) Exemplary Rating for a solo:
Savannah Hinton- bass clarinet,

Jacob Rains-trombone, Rachel Hawk-trombone, Abby Reinhart–clarinet, Jackson Krop-tenor sax, Nathan Jacob-trumpet,

Levi Anderson-xylophone, Delani Seymour-flute, Katie Moseley-flute, Sean Koluch-piano, Lauren Michaelis-horn,

Mitchell Sidden-clarinet, Monica Rosa-marimba, Aaron Stockmann-tuba, Eve Pearson-horn, Andrew Stockmann-marimba,

Alexander Trout-alto sax, Joe Angles-clarinet, Scott Rosa-trumpet, Joe Angles-bass clarinet, Cooper Smith-alto sax,

Gannon Stark-snare drum, William Fuller-timpani, Wyatt Eickmann-baritone saxophone, Brandan Hererra-bassoon


Congratulations to the following groups for receiving a (II) Outstanding Rating for a solo:
Kylee Oxler-clarinet, Andrew Stockmann-snare drum, Jenna Falleri-horn, Stephanie Medley-horn, Claire Buchmann-clarinet, Connor Risley-flute, Olivia Garcia-flute, Katie Wilson-bassoon, Scotty O'Dell-clarinet, Sarah Kane-flute, Jonathan Anderson-vibes, Levi Anderson-snare drum, Emilia Jefferson-flute, Caleb Reibenstein-alto sax, Emma Post-alto sax, Olivia Garcia-flute, Lydia Bolin-horn, Alexander Meza-clarinet


Congratulations to the following groups for receiving a (I) Exemplary Rating for a small ensemble:
Clarinet Quartet: Joe Angles, Cooper Smith, Abby Reinhart, Mitchell Sidden

Percussion Quartet: William Fuller, Clayton Breshears, Monica Rosa, Gannon Stark

Saxophone Quartet: Cooper Smith, Tysen Stine, Alex Trout, Wyatt Eickmann

Clarinet Quartet: Scotty O’Dell, Kylee Oxler, Brooke Anderson, Claire Buchmann

Percussion Ensemble: William Fuller, Madeline Sevier, Clayton Breshears, Levi Anderson,

Sean Koluch, Monica Rosa, Andrew Steinbeck, Brandan Herrera

Mallet Percussion Quartet: Andrew Stockmann, Jon Anderson, Sean Koluch, Levi Anderson

Brass Quintet: Nathan Jacob, Scott Rosa, Jenna Falleri, Rachel Hawk, Aaron Stockmann


Congratulations to the following groups for receiving a (II) Outstanding Rating for a small ensemble:

Saxophone Trio: Jackson Krop, Ben Varnell, Jackson Amberg


Trombone Quartet: Rachel Hawk, Alex Murray, Briana Byrd, Chase Mason

Woodwind Quintet: Katie Moseley, Alison Gatzemeyer, Mitchell Sidden, Eve Pearson, Brandan Herrera

Trombone Quartet: Jacob Rains, Austin Burnett, Claire Mason, Chloe Roffman


All solos and small ensembles that received an Exemplary rating advance to perform at the State Music Festival on April 28 hosted at the University of Missouri – Columbia. Liberty North band students are under the direction of Shane Fuller, Michael Dragen, and Cindy Svehla, with student teacher Kelsee Gardner.





Middle School Students Excel at National History Day Contest

Papers, websites, documentaries, performances, and exhibits created by students in the 7th and 8th grade gifted communication arts classes at all four Liberty middle schools were among over 500 entries that competed in the regional National History Day contest onSaturday, March 4.  20 entries qualified for the State National History Day Competition to be held at the University of Missouri-Columbia on Saturday, April 29. Only the first, second, and third place entries in each category were eligible to move on to state. Qualifiers are listed below:


Discovery Middle School (Carrie Sparks, sponsoring teacher)

Individual Exhibits: 2nd Place- Logan Heil



1st Place- Grace Allen & Morgan Caster

3rd Place- Ariel Chen & Claire Manuel



2nd Place- Lucia Umbreit

3rd Place- Charlotte Brookins


Group Website:

1st Place- Alexis Carver & Aryonna Straws

2nd Place- Cole Bower & Logan Parco

3rd Place- Spencer Blaine, Keegan Drake, Nathan French


Individual Documentary:

1st Place- Audrey Fulkerson

2nd Place- John Alvey


Group Documentary: 1st Place- Katie Baughman & Emma Lowery

Individual Performance: 2nd Place- Kora Wiedmaier

Group Performance: 2nd Place- Lily Baughman & Kimball Yeates


Heritage Middle School (Jill Hellevang, sponsoring teacher)

Group Performance: 1st place- Kate Hedges, Katherine Mackenzie, Brooke Chase


Liberty Middle School (Kathy Laffoon, sponsoring teacher)

Group Exhibits:  2nd place- Emily Brunk & Davan Murray

Individual Performance:  3rd Place- Becki Beebe

Group Performance: 3rd Place – Sam Alexander & Emily Valentine


South Valley Middle School (Kathy Laffoon, sponsoring teacher)

Individual Performance: 1st Place- Lauren Vinson

Group Documentary: 2nd Place- Elli Kirkbride & Jazlyn Summers

Individual Website: 2nd Place- Rachel Adger

North Kansas City Hospital Accepting Applications for Summer Youth Volunteers

(North Kansas City, MO)   March 1, 2017 - North Kansas City Hospital is now accepting applications for its Summer Youth Volunteer Program.  Students ages 14-18 who are interested in volunteering with the hospital should submit an online application by Friday, April 28.  The summer program runs June–August and requires a minimum of 25 volunteer hours.


Shifts are available Monday–Thursday from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. or 1-4 p.m.  Volunteer opportunities are available in Cardiac Rehab, Central Services, Children’s Learning Center, Emergency Department, Nursing Units, Print Shop, Pharmacy and other areas. Placement is based on interest, age and availability. Apply online at