• Who We Are:  We are an organization of 6th, 7th and 8th graders who are working to raise awareness of incoming and departing students in order to meet their critical needs within Liberty Middle School.  

    S2S focuses on five core values:

    • LEADERSHIP: being a role model, welcoming new students, and strengthening our program for the future
    • SERVICE: giving back to our school, community, and world
    • FINDING THE WAY:  helping new students understand the behaviors, beliefs, and characteristics of our school campus, school culture, and community
    • ACADEMICS: encouraging educational achievement, informing new students regarding Liberty's unique educational requirements, and providing resources to promote academic success 
    • RELATIONSHIPS:  100% acceptance of all, helping new students discover where they belong at LMS, and helping new students to make connections to others with similar values and interests

    What We Do: We help students transition into Liberty with student-led tours, lunches, and other social events.  

    When We Meet: the last Monday morning of the month before school at 7:40 in the Media Center 

    Where We Meet: Media Center 

    Cost: $41 for t-shirts

    Want to be a member?  Complete an application under "forms" and return to Nurse Tunstill in the front office at LMS or to Mrs. Mingus in green pod, room 119.  

    Questions?  Contact us at 256-430-0001

    Nurse Tunstill, bjtunstill@madisoncity.k12.al.us or Mrs. Mingus (green pod, room 119) acmingus@madisoncity.k12.al.us

S2S sponsors the fishing booth at the LMS Lion Games!

S2S members welcome our rising 6th graders during "Welcome to the Den"

Valentine's Day cards and candy for our Veterans at Tut Fann!

S2S Training by the Military Child Education Coalition

Military Child Appreciation Luncheon

  • Tuesday, April 16: S2S members will report to the annex room across from the gym at the beginning of A block.

    Dress for boys - khaki shorts or pants and a polo or nice shirt

    Dress for girls - nice shorts, pants, or dresses 

    NO ATHLETIC WEAR OR T-SHIRTS, NO HIGH HEEL SHOES

    luncheon

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Dandelion Gala - April 20

  • S2S members should arrive at 5:00 pm. Boys wear khakis or dress pants, a button-down shirt with a tie or bow tie. Wear dress shoes, no athletic wear. Young ladies are to wear a dress, skirt, or nice pants suit.

    Gala 2024

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Purple Star School Re-designation!

  • Liberty Middle School is proud to announce that we have been re-designated as a Purple Star School for the state of Alabama.

    The Purple Star Schools Program is a collaborative
    initiative developed to recognize the efforts of K-12
    schools in the state that are committed and supportive
    of military students, and their families, as they
    transition to their new homes and schools.

    Purple Star

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April 29 meeting

  • Our April meeting will be in the Media Center at 7:40 am on Monday, April 29. We look forward to seeing you there!

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May 4 Bingo!

  • We will be playing bingo at Tut Fann on Saturday, May 4. Please arrive at 9:30 and wear your short-sleeve t-shirt. We will be finished at 11:00 am. Join us for a wonderful morning with our Veterans!

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Like/Follow us on Social Media!

  • Parents and Students...please scroll down to the bottom of this column to like/follow us on Social Media!!! Let's make a New Year's Resolution to increase our followers! We have so much to share! 

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Sponsors: Benita Tunstill and Kitty Mingus

Contact us at 256-430-0001
AL Purple Star logo
  • LMS S2S is the 2022-2023 Military Child Education Coalition Middle School Team of the Year and the recipient of the Outstanding Pete Taylor Partnership of Excellence Award! We are so honored and proud of our students!

    Team of the Year

    MCEC Team of the Year announcement

    Pete Taylor

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  • Established in 2004, Student 2 Student® (S2S™) is a student program that brings military and civilian students together to welcome new students, create a positive environment, support academic excellence, and ease transitions.

Purple Star distinction