Hey Eagles! Want to save $40 on your tux rental for prom? Stop by the school store or Mrs. Hittner's room 208 to get your $40 OFF COUPON for MEN'S WEARHOUSE at Zona Rosa. You'll get $40 off your tux rental and Liberty North DECA will get a $5 donation from Men's Wearhouse.
Liberty North won the MSHSAA Class 4 District 25 Scholar Bowl Tournament on Saturday, April 12, with a 5:0 record and an average of 420 points per game. North defeated teams from Excelsior Springs, Liberty, and Winnetonka to earn the championship. Tim Haynes earned an individual award as the top scorer of the day with an average 125 points per game. Elliott Yoakum earned recognition as the 4th top scorer of the day with 85 points per game. Other team members include: Hillary Albert, Tiffany Eldridge, Trent Faulkner, Alexandrya Havener, Justin Smallwood, and Wes Speer. The team was coached by Rosemary Camp and Mary Coogan. According to Coach Camp, "It was impressive to see these players work so well together as a team. No matter where we were in the game, we never lost focus and always kept a winning attitude." The team is preparing for the MSHSAA Sectional 8 Scholar Bowl Tournament in which they will compete against St. Joseph Central on Wednesday, April 30. Way to go, Eagles!
When: 26th 9am-April 27th
Where: Discovery Middle School
What is it:
HackEDkc is a student hackathon where students are challenged to solve a problem in their home, school, or community through the use of technology. Students have 24 hours to build their app and will have 3 minutes to demo to a panel of judges. Work will be judged on technical efficacy, community impact, and innovation.
Interested in Signing up? Visit hackedEDkc.org
The Liberty North High School ProStart Culinary Program is proud to be a recipient of $2000 from the Darden’s Restaurant Community Grants program! We are excited that two local Darden restaurants,The Capital Grill and Seasons 52, recognized us as a leader in our community and are supporting our work to enable students to have a head start in the hospitality industry. The Darden Restaurants Group also includes Olive Garden, Red Lobster, and LongHorn Steakhouse. Each restaurant in the Darden family, helped award a $1,000 grant to a nonprofit organization in its community. The Liberty North students, with their teacher Mrs. Fowler, took a trip to thank the two restaurant managers in person. The Capital Grille's chef, Daniel White, was kind enough to give the students an elaborate tour of the "back of the house" of this 5 star restaurant and a hearty sampling of their delicious appetizers and desserts (including their signature lobster mac & cheese). On this trip the students were able to stop by the KC Zoo and learn about the process of preparing to open their new restaurant, The Tuxedo Grill, and also take a tour of the new culinary school, L'Ecole Culinaire, in the JC Nichols building. It was a great day of learning!