Learn about the staff that works in our school.
The school report card shows how a school is performing in multiple areas. It shows the school’s strengths and the challenges that need to be addressed.
Read more about our initiative to improve our school.
The Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education collects a variety of data from schools and districts in the state.
Our School Site Council is a committee made up of families, outside partners, NLIS staff, and the principal. The SSC meets quarterly and helps make decisions for the school.
We can accept up to 15 students from outside of Salem through the state’s Inter-District School Choice Program.
The mission of the Student Support Team (SST) is to assist students, parents and teachers with services or types of interventions that foster a healthy and positive school community.
At New Liberty, partnering with families is of the utmost importance to us.
Staff at New Liberty believe in the mantra, “Reach before you teach.” With each student we encounter, we seek to apply and deepen our awareness of the socio-political context of the classroom and the systemic and internalized biases that may be at play.
MCP empowers educators to build classrooms that respond to every student’s need. They provide teaching training and support for implementing a self-paced, mastery-based instruction that leverages technology
The Special Education Department oversees the district’s large network of special education providers and services that work to ensure that each child is provided a free and appropriate education.
English Language Learners (ELLs) at New Liberty receive support from our licensed ESL Teacher. Our teacher pushes in and pulls students out of class to provide them with the particular language support they need.
Project Liberty develops employment readiness in our students preparing them for career and life stability after high school.
158, Essex Street, Salem, Massachusetts, 01970, United States