RPES, HES second graders participate in Liberty Learning Program Friday

Published 10:58 am Friday, September 8, 2023

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Second graders from Rachel Patterson and Huxford Elementary Schools put on a Liberty Learning Program Friday morning.

The second graders participated in the Super Citizen/Hands on Learning Program, which provides a four-part method that uses funny, one-of-a-kind hand-puppet videos, music, hands-on activities and a group activity to help educators round out the equation for teaching civics, character, financial literacy, career exploration and personal responsibility to students, according to the Liberty Learning Program’s website.

Libby Liberty took students through the program, educating them on how she was built, what she’s made of and where she lives. Mr. Palmer introduced the students to characters that’ll guide them through the video-led units in the program.

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Liberty Learning Foundation is a non-profit organization facilitating active civics and character programs in K-12 classrooms and orchestrating immersive events that empower schools, parents, local leaders, and businesses to take ownership of the future of the community and country.

Local and state dignitaries attended the program at RPES.