Peoria, Ariz. – Liberty High School’s Student Council and National Honor Society will host a Senior Citizen Homecoming 6 - 8 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 27 in the school gym, 9621 W. Speckled Gecko Drive.
The senior citizens and student chaperones will enjoy a night of music and dancing for those ages 55 and older. There will also be a crowning of a homecoming King and Queen. The theme selected for this special evening is Blast from the Past. Come dressed to impress or in attire from your favorite decade. Light refreshments will be served and admission is free.
All senior citizens are welcome to attend and enjoy the fun event. Please RSVP by calling 623-486-6100.
Peoria Unified School District is nestled in the Northwest Valley of Peoria, Arizona and is home to 42 stellar public schools that are unique and created to fit the needs of all students. Peoria Unified is the choice district for more than 37,000 students and 4,000 staff, serving as one of the largest employers in the West Valley and one of the largest unified school districts in Arizona. The district has signature programs spread out between 34 kindergarten through eighth-grade elementary schools and eight high schools that excel in academics, arts, athletics and Career and Technical Education programs. The Strategic Plan outlines a laser focus on four key areas: Student Success, Safety and Well-Being, Stewardship of Community Resources and Community Connection. Above all, Peoria Unified is committed to transparency, parent involvement and ensuring that “Every Student, Every Day is Prepared to Shape Tomorrow.”