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August 20, 2013 12:00 AM

Students, staff adapt to Liberty’s new grade system

No longer are Liberty’s eighth and ninth graders grouped in a pair of junior high schools. The ninth grade has been pushed on to the high schools. And four buildings that had been split between middle schools for sixth and seventh grades, and junior highs for eighth and ninth are all middle schools serving sixth through eighth grades.

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