Liberty Day, StoneBridge's annual tribute to our military, is on Monday, February 18, at 8:45 a.m. The highlight of this event is a candle lighting ceremony, where students light a candle to honor the service of family members, living and deceased. Armed Forces veterans, active duty, and retired members are invited to participate in this ceremony with their students. A slideshow with pictures of these military service members is also presented during this special day. Lower School students received information about Liberty Day in their communication folders. Upper School students will receive their forms in the mail. A copy of the form is available at the bottom of this page.
First year StoneBridge families or families who have not participated in the past: To participate in the ceremony and/or slideshow, please submit the Liberty Day form (sent home in children's folders, mailed, or attached) or photographs to the front desk or your child's teacher, no later than Friday, February 1. You may also email the form and photographs to firstname.lastname@example.org.
All past participants of the Liberty Day ceremony: The information we have on file is attached to the form that was sent home in your child's folder or mailed to Upper School families. Please verify if all of the information is the same, requires updates, and if your child(ren)'s will participate in the ceremony, no later than Friday, February 1. You may also notify by email at email@example.com.
This year's theme is "Answering the Call to Serve," commemorating the sacrifices that military service members make to protect our freedom. StoneBridge looks forward to honoring the men and women who protect our liberty.
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