With cases rising, Liberty High School in Peoria allows seniors to finish year virtually

32 cases of COVID-19 recorded in last 2 weeks

Posted 5/7/21

Because of rising COVID-19 cases at Liberty High School, Peoria Unified School District officials have decided to give seniors the option to complete their remaining assignments and take their final course assessments virtually, according to a letter sent to parents from the principal.

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