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Teaching and Learning

Liberty North has many exciting teaching and learning opportunities! This space is devoted to making that learning visible and sharing our collective story. 


Students in the Essential Skills Classroom program at LNHS participated in the 9th annual Northland Job Olympics at Pleasant Valley Baptist Church on Friday, April 14, 2023.  


Job Olympics mirrors Special Olympics in that students compete and earn recognition for their performances and demonstration of skills, tasks and project completion. However, the Job Olympics, as the name suggests, focuses on vocational skills instead of athletic ability.  More specific areas of concentration were completing job applications, participating in mock interviews, and professional appearance. Additionally, a few of the choices for vocational activities ranged from rolling silverware, bagging groceries, folding laundry and paper shredding.  


In preparation for graduation, post secondary readiness, and future employment, students will select jobs in which they are interested in and begin working on the skills needed to master that specific job. 


Congratulations to all of our Eagles. Please see Here for all of our student recognitions. 


KNET spent time teaching the studio skills with kids participating in Take Your Child To Work Day.  Check out the image and video below! 


Student Reflection: "I enjoyed seeing all the different ages in the studio and getting to talk with them. It was enjoyable because I want to pursue an elementary degree and it was a great experience to prepare me". -Caylee

The Beak Squad is a student - centered technology help desk. Computer troubles? Website not working? Internet Connectivity Issues? Google, Canvas, Powerschool questions? The Beak Squad is housed in Eagle Pointe and is accessible to staff, faculty and students. The Beak Squad is sponsored by Business Teacher, Mr. Jonathan Riley.  The Beak Squad can be reached directly through their email account



Student Reflection: “Beak Squad has given me a fantastic opportunity to get more familiar with technology and use my skills to help others. I interact with new people daily and teach them problem-solving skills. I appreciate the skills I've gained and can't wait to apply them to my future career!” - Caiti

Our ProStart students are magicians in the kitchen. They can...




The New York Times has a weekly critical thinking challenge for students called What’s Going on in this Picture. Photography teachers Melissa McCullough and Wendy Sohm have taken it to another level by highlighting the top element of composition in the photograph and then asking students to create their own photographs with the element as a focus. 



Teacher Reflection:

Each week we challenge students with a POW (Photo of the Week). There is a new theme each week along with a composition rule to use. Students are asked to take these photos on their own time off of campus. Some combinations of themes & rules are pretty challenging! We then vote for the BEST photo of each class and that student gets a sticker for being voted the best.  Below are a few examples of various themes we’ve had this semester. It’s been fun to see what each student photographs.

Student Work: 

THEME: Details
COMPOSITION RULE: Fill in the Frame

THEME: Curves