Applications for the SUNY Sullivan Liberty Partnerships Program are currently being accepted. Please click on the link to the right titled “Apply Now” to download an application, or speak to your school Guidance Counselor.
We are happy to announce that we are now accepting applications to our summer program!
Program Dates and Times:
July 9 – August 2, Mon-Thurs
The following activities will be provided:
Arts: Vocal ensemble, expression through dance, drumming circle,
Intro to leadership and self-advocacy
Leadership in arts – confidence through drama, social awareness
Career Spotlight – find your passion, college conversations
A Healthier You – health, wellness
Skills prep for August Regents testing
Optional college level course, 3 credits
Recreation: games/outdoor activities
Health, Sustainability and
Hands-on experience with farming and sustainability. Tend the SUNY Sullivan farm and LPP community garden; learn about farming, farm equipment, and the science behind farming. The program will include an introduction to green technology, and will provide access to SUNY Sullivan culinary facilities for learning how to prepare and enjoy the students’ harvest. This program will work in tandem with classroom sessions about “health, wellness & happiness.”
Upcoming Maker’s Lab Trips
Fallsburg: February 13th
Monticello: February 22nd
Liberty: March 1st
Fallsburg: March 8th
*As part of your student’s application, you signed an LPP travel permission form. If you prefer that your student opt out of this college visit, please send us written notification via email or handwritten note, as soon as possible, so we can offer the opportunity to another student. We expect that Liberty Partnerships students will always conduct themselves in a cooperative and respectful manner, in accordance with the student conduct agreement they signed.
Past LPP Field Trips:
LPP Regional Computer Gaming Hackathon:
On February 9th, 2018 LPP students from SUNY Sullivan, and sister LLP schools Marist and Iona participated in an our Regional Computer Gaming Hackathon. This event consisted of several sessions. The first was the Game Jam and Hackathon session where students learned about game design and worked in teams to see what games design is all about. The second session was an Hour of Coding, that showed the students what the basic components of computer coding are. The final session was the Computer Activities Information session. This final part of the trip helped teachers and parents to gain an understanding of the curriculum resources available for the classroom as well as available after school activities and projects. During this event each team got to build their own game, present that game, and then have their game judged by a panel. The winning team walked a way with a cool prize.
Hurleyville Maker’s Lab Green Screen Project
Hurleyville Maker’s Lab 3D Printer Project
Iona College Visit
Liberty HS LPP students got a tour of the Iona college campus on January 14th, saw an Iona vs. Rider college basketball game, and met students from sister LPP schools.