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New students get an early look of campus

Haley W
New students on campus had the opportunity to learn more about the school on Tuesday. In an effort to make new students feel more comfortable on campus, student leaders led tours and informational sessions at the event.

New students to campus had the opportunity to get a tour of the school on Tuesday with an event hosted by Pals and Student Council.

“At the new student breakfast we give a presentation about important information to the new students,” Student Council Vice President Lily Leyden said. “The presentation covers topics such as advisory, bell schedule, hac, and more. We also give the new students a tour of the school so they are ready for the first day.”

The event allowed new students and parents to become more familiar with campus.

“We just wanted a chance to welcome anyone regardless of grade level to Liberty and make them feel welcome and help them build connections with our student leaders,” counselor Lanae Rainey said. “We wanted to give parents a chance to answer questions as well as give them a chance to walk around the school and hear from students what life is like at Liberty High School.” 

New students got to ask questions and meet current students to give them a look at what life is like on campus.

“I think new student breakfast is important because it gives the new students a chance to see the school and meet people before the first day,” Leyden said. “I think it’s a great way for them to get any questions answered and get prepared for the new year.”


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Haley Ward is a senior and in her third year with Wingspan. On campus, she serves as Student Council President, she is on the Varsity cheer team, and she is a member of National Honor Society. She loves spending time with her friends at Younglife, shopping with her mom, and spending time with her family and dog. She aims to be like the journalists from her top movies, How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days and The Devil Wears Prada! Haley is so excited to be one of the Editor-in-Chiefs this year, and she can’t wait for everything her senior year will bring! Contact Haley:

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