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Liberty Bell Announcements

Last Updated: 7/28/2021 6:12 PM

Last Updated: October 4, 2021

 

Boys Basketball Try Outs 

Optional Workouts Monday Sept 27th-Sept 29 from 5:00-6:00 in the new LBMS gym.

6,7,8th grade Boys Basketball Tryouts will be October 4th-7th in Liberty Bell Gym from 3:00-5:30

Football players will be able to tryout on October 18-19 from 5:00-6:30. 

Questions contact Hunter Leveau at wleaveau@jcschools.org

 

Order Your Yearbook Today!

YEARBOOKS FOR SALE!

LBMS 2021-2022 Yearbook  $30.00

Yearbook order forms have been distributed to students this week.

If you are ordering online, visit the school fees icon on the LBMS webpage. You will find a link for payment for the LBMS Yearbook.

For questions regarding yearbooks orders please feel free to contact

Michelle Loudermilk

loudermilkm@jcschool.org

THE LIBERTY BELL YEARBOOK TEAM NEEDS YOUR HELP.

Please submit Liberty Bell Activity and Sports photos to our LBMS yearbook team.

We would love to include the pictures you capture throughout the school year in the Liberty Bell yearbook.

Feel free to email your photos to Michelle Loudermilk

loudermilkm@jcschools.org

 

Join LBMS PTSA Today!

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Reminder for students entering 7th-grade:

The Tetanus-diphtheria-pertussis booster (Tdap) vaccination is a state requirement, and evidence of one Tdap dose given any time before 7th-grade entry is required regardless of Td history. If you have questions, please call Liberty Bell at 423-232-2192 or JCS Health Services (423) 232-5380.

 

The state of Tennessee allows the following immunization exemptions:

  1. In the absence of an epidemic or immediate threat of an epidemic, the requirement does not apply to any child whose parent or guardian files with the school authorities a signed, written statement that the immunization and other preventive measures conflict with the parent’s or guardian’s religious tenets and practices, affirmed under the penalties of perjury;
  2. A child is not denied admission to any school or school facility if the child has not been immunized due to medical reasons if the child has a written statement from the child’s doctor excusing the child from the immunization;
  3. A child or youth determined to be homeless is not denied admission to any school or school facility if the child or youth has not yet been immunized or is unable to produce immunization records due to being homeless; and
  4. Immunization is not required if a qualified physician certifies that administration of the immunization would be in any manner harmful to the child involved.