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Certain 2017-2018 event information
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----Updated September 13, 2017----
Please join us for the 7th Annual Bill Cross 5K Run/Walk on Sunday October 15, 2017, at Zona Rosa. This signature fundraiser for Feed Northland Kids will provide funds to sustain and expand the BackSnack program in 57 elementary schools in Clay and Platte counties. Find registration details at

Currently, we provide 2,210 students with a backpack of food for one student each weekend. New for 2017 is a food pantry within a few select schools. Join us, and become a Backsnack Buddy. Questions? Contact Chris Evans at 301-4483 or   




KC Fire Track Club, a Liberty-based youth track and field club serving youth ages 6-18, is sending 19 athletes to the AAU and USATF Jr. Olympics in 56 events. Eleven of its athletes are Liberty Public Schools students. These young athletes are hard working and competitive. Their path to the Jr. Olympics requires them to qualify through a District and 4 State Regional level to allow them to compete on the National stage. Visit their Facebook page, website, and Instagram account for more information. You can also reach them at:


Mat Maynor 816-721-3499 

Bethany Maynor 816-213-3499

David Grace 816-756-4468

Aresa Grace 816-313-7391



in Lawrence, KS @ KU 

Brady Maher 14 Liberty Schools

Kegan Maynor 13 Liberty Schools

Ellie Maynor 12 Liberty Schools

Zach Grace 12 Liberty Schools

Theo Grace 10 Liberty Schools

Jackson Hodgkin 7 Liberty Schools

Madelynn Hill 16 Liberty Schools

Logan Bly 16 Liberty Schools



in Ypsilanti, MI @ Eastern Michigan University

Ellie Maynor 12 Liberty Schools

Brooke Yeates 13 Liberty Schools

Sam Benson 13 Park Hill Schools

Jackson Hodgkin 7 Liberty Schools

Lauren Hodgkin 10 Liberty Schools

Zach Grace 12 Liberty Schools

Theo Grace 10 Liberty Schools

Todd Yeates 10 Liberty Schools

Kegan Maynor 13 Liberty Schools

Brady Maher 14 Liberty Schools

Liberty Area Students Attend Summer Academic Program at MU

By Jared Kaufman


COLUMBIA, Mo. – Five students from the Liberty area are among Missouri’s brightest high school students who attended the Missouri Scholars Academy (MSA) June 11 – July 1 at the University of Missouri. 


Liberty High School   

Abigail Maloney, Liberty

Sakif Islam, Kansas City


Liberty North High School    

Anna Haynes, Kansas City

Daniel Harper, Kansas City

Levi Anderson, Liberty

MSA began in 1985 and provides 300 rising high-school juniors the opportunity to expand their educational and social skills. This year, scholars spent their time at Mizzou in intensive classroom settings, selecting a major and minor course of study from a range of subjects, including mathematics, science, social studies and the humanities. Students at the academy represented nearly every county in the state.

“All of the activities at the academy are designed to be broadening and enriching,” said co-director Steven Keller, an associate professor in the MU Department of Chemistry. “We want to encourage these talented students to own their intelligence and inspire them to put it to good use. In particular, we hope to get students to engage in activities that are outside their comfort zones.”

Outside the classroom, students participated in a series of activities, workshops and discussions led by guest speakers from around the country.  Professor Marcia Chatelain of Georgetown University headlined the Academy’s Teacher Appreciation Day activities. Angela Speck, professor of astrophysics and director of astronomy discussed the 2017 total solar eclipse.

Other guests included David Wilson, co-founder of Columbia’s True/False documentary film festival, and Linda Godwin, former astronaut and current professor of physics at MU. Scholars had the option to watch a dress rehearsal of the Missouri Symphony Society, listen to Grammy-nominated storyteller Milbre Burch, discuss topics ranging from climate change to medical ethics, stem cells and the African refugee crisis, and participate in a multitude of community service activities.


As the state’s largest and oldest public, land-grant university, Mizzou has more than 30,000 students, 13,000 full-time employees and 305,000 alumni. Mizzou is one of only 34 public universities invited to membership in the prestigious Association of American Universities.



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