Weekly Notes - September 21, 2023

Weekly Notes - September 21, 2023
Posted on 09/21/2023
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                             September 21, 2023

  • Walk-A-Thon – Hello Liberty Families. Our annual Walk-A-Thon will be Friday, October 13th from 12-6 p.m. The theme this year is Candyland. Students will raise money for Liberty School by asking family, friends, neighbors and other community members to sponsor them to walk around the Liberty School track on Walk-A-Thon day. Here are some things you need to know:
  • Remember, this is the biggest fundraiser for the Liberty Foundation and every dollar counts.
  • All pledge sheets must be signed and turned in by Friday, October 6th
  • Corporate/ Family Sponsorship Forms – Due Monday, October 2nd.
  • Dinner will be available on a pre-order basis. Extra forms available in the office.
  • Volunteers are needed to make this event a success. 
  • Foundation has added an additional way to collect pledges.  If you would like to collect pledges electronically, follow the links:
    • Using your computer's browser:
      Go to http://pledgestar.com/LibertyFoundation
    • Using your Android or Apple phone or tablet: Go to your device’s App Store and search for
      "PledgeStar" to download the Family App.  On the home screen enter the event code: “LibertyFoundation” to locate the event. 


  • Walk-A-Thon Volunteers – Our annual Walk-A-Thon will be Friday, October 13th from 12-6 p.m.  To make this event successful, we need many volunteers.  Please go to the sign-up genius link to volunteer.  Thanks!

    Walk-A-Thon Volunteer Sign-Up Link


  • Staff Emergency Preparedness Day – Friday, September 22nd is a staff development day for employees.  The school will be closed for students. 


  • Friends of the Petaluma River – Friends of the Petaluma River is hosting their annual Fall Petaluma River Trash Cleanup on California Coastal Cleanup Day, Saturday Sept. 23rd, in downtown Petaluma.  They are trying to build a gathering of about 200 volunteers to remove approximately 5000 pounds of trash and debris from the Watershed.   The post-cleanup celebration will include live music, a BBQ, a raffle and interactive activities for participants in order to show their appreciation for the volunteer efforts. Friends of the Petaluma River is also happy to offer time certification to students needing to meet graduation or other requirements for volunteer hours.  For more information, go to www.friendsofthepetalumariver.org.


To Ponder…

Unfortunately, civility is hard to codify or
legislate, but you know it when you see it. It's
possible to disagree without being disagreeable.

                                                                                                                         -Sandra Day O'Connor