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In the Schools: Oct. 18, 2017

Liberty Christian School

Students complete community service projects on Columbus Day

Two Liberty Christian student organizations offered a helping hand during their day off from school.

The Pre-Med Club helped out with repairs on a kitchen for Heart for Homes, a Christian-based nonprofit that provides no-cost home repairs to low-income elderly residents in Denton County. The students tore out portions of the kitchen that had water damage to prepare for a future remodel.

The Spanish Club volunteered at Denton ISD's Windle School for Young Children. Students ran booths at a Parent/Child Carnival and helped out with face-painting and a miniature golf course.

The Liberty Christian student body named their homecoming court during week-long festivities capped off by the homecoming football game. Pictured from left to right: Kason Howell, Adun Amosun, King Cameron Keller, Queen Savannah Holmes, Cole Croce, Kennedy Irwin, Caleb Shillingburg and Anna Sitzes.Liberty Christian
The Liberty Christian student body named their homecoming court during week-long festivities capped off by the homecoming football game. Pictured from left to right: Kason Howell, Adun Amosun, King Cameron Keller, Queen Savannah Holmes, Cole Croce, Kennedy Irwin, Caleb Shillingburg and Anna Sitzes.
Liberty Christian

FEATURED PHOTO: Students in Jaalla Weir's second grade class spend time with Brockett Elementary's therapy dog, Daisy, a 2-year-old blue heeler/lab mix that listens to kids as they read to her.
Courtesy photo/Aubrey ISD