District Communications

  • Liberty Public Schools believes that collaboration and two-way communication between home, school, and community improves performance. Our commitment is to engage families and community partners so they are actively involved in supporting student growth through diverse programs and initiates. To support this commitment, Liberty Public Schools strives to keep our community updated with accurate and timely information through a combination of websites, social media, email newsletters, notification systems, and printed documents. 


  • LPS Logo Our website is the primary source of information about the district. Parents, students, staff and community members can find the most up-to-date information, news stories, calendar events, resources and contact information.  We were excited to partner with Blackboard in the summer of 2017 to design new websites for all of our buildings and district.

District Mobile App

  • Mobile App LPS stakeholder's can download our free mobile app for access to district and school news, calendar events, push notifications and much more - and straight from your smartphone! Parents and guardians can log in to view student information, such as meal balances, attendance and bus routes.  This tool has become a tremendous asset in our communication plan, as LPS has had over 14,000 downloads since introduction six years ago!


  • Facebook Facebook continues to be a popular platform for parents and guardians to receive information about the district on a daily basis.  Liberty Public Schools will post all emergency notifications on Facebook, as well as frequent stories that highlight our students, staff, and district.  Over 14,000 followers enjoy our content shared on a regular basis, making our page one of the most followed school district pages in the state and region!  To follow our page, click here!


  • Twitter Twitter is another popular platform for all of our stakeholders to receive district information, in quick, succinct messages under 140 characters.  Liberty Public Schools will not only post direct messages from the district account, but will also re-tweet many of our buildings, teachers, and community partners.  Also, to view what is going on around LPS while on Twitter, be sure to follow our common hashtags, which include #LPSLeads, #ShareTheGoodLPS, and #InThisTogetherLPS!  To follow our Twitter page, click here!


  • YouTube Video plays an important role in a district's communication plan.  Liberty Public Schools, in partnership with LTN, Inc., records and posts a variety of district events, including monthly Board of Education meetings, recognition ceremonies, and more. Throughout the school year, other promotional videos will be published to highlight student and staff achievements in an effort to assist in Telling the LPS Story.  To visit our YouTube page, click here!


  • Facebook Instagram is a great way to catch a literal glimpse at what is going on in LPS. We are able to share photos and videos of students and staff accomplishing amazing things. We also provide updates and information in the form of graphic reminders. Plus, our schools and clubs often tag the district in posts that we are then able to share to a wider audience on Instagram stories. To follow our Instagram, click here.


  • YouTube "In the Loop with LPS" is the official podcast of Liberty Public Schools. You can join us bi-weekly for important news and updates, special guests and unique feature stories. You can find it by clicking here or searching for us anywhere you stream your podcasts, including:




LPS Educator

Contact Information

  • Communications Department
    Dallas Ackerman, Director of Communications

    Katelyn Brown, Coordinator of Digital Communications