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Hear from Eniola Ajayi about developing student mindsets about math—it's an art form!

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Meet Eniola Ajayi

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I chose to work in Liberty because of the people I get to work with. From my experience of teaching elementary to high school, I have encountered numerous colleagues who are truly invested in educating young minds. I have seen first-hand the passion that everyone has for the students, so we chose to move our family to Liberty to be part of the community that I work in. I wanted my own children to experience the quality educators and support staff that Liberty employs. I feel truly blessed to work with some great educators in Liberty.


  • 12th grade Math and PLTW Teacher


    • Baker University


    • Curriculum Council department leader
    • Society of Women Engineer advisor (SWENext)
    • Technology Student Association co-advisor

    Teacher Certification Program

      Why I Teach

      My students are my reason for teaching. They get me excited to go to work each and every day. They keep me on my toes with their day-to-day antics, and they fuel my passion to learn innovative ways to teach. As a mathematics teacher, I want my students to see math as an art form. This is a challenge, because more often than not, students come in with a mindset that math class is a class to endure, not enjoy. As a math teacher I want to change this mindset and find ways to make math accessible and appreciated by all students whether they want to pursue a career in mathematics or not. I want students to realize that math is not just formulas to memorize or algorithms that they need to know, but something that they use daily without even thinking about it. I want them to see points and lines that a ballerina forms when they dance, or see the parabola that is created when a football is thrown for a touchdown. I teach because I want students to know that math is so much more than just getting the right answer, math is about asking questions, getting messy, failing and getting up again, math is an art form to be appreciated. 

      By the Numbers

      • 12,500

        Dedicated Students

      • 980


      • 19

        Schools in District

      About Liberty

      • About

        Liberty Public Schools is a rapidly growing community of approximately 35,000 people located in the northeast corner of the Kansas City metropolitan area. Liberty is best described as a friendly, welcoming town that offers a small-town feel and big city appeal. Liberty citizens place great value in a quality educational process and have a long history of support and pride for their local school district. For academics and extracurricular accomplishments, Liberty Public Schools ranks as one of the top school districts in Missouri. With an enrollment of just over 12,500 students, the construction of state-of-the-art facilities and the continued addition of quality staff members, Liberty Public Schools is poised to meet the educational demands of the future.

      • Salary, Compensation & Benefits

        It's an exciting time to consider a career with Liberty Schools. This is your chance to be part of a dynamic, growing district, rich with opportunity. Not only do Liberty teachers enjoy a competitive salary schedule and a full range of benefits, they are proud to work in a school system known for excellence.

        In addition to innovative teacher development, Liberty Schools offers a competitive salary schedule and complete benefits package that includes the following for all full-time employees:

        • Fully Paid Individual Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance
        • Life Insurance and Accidental Death Insurance
        • Short-Term Disability Insurance
        • Long-Term Disability Insurance
        • One of the Nation's Best Defined Benefit Retirement Systems
        • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
        • Holiday Pay
        • Accumulative Sick Leave
        • Teacher Mentor Program
        • District Fitness Centers
        • Athletic Conference Passes
        • Optional additional benefits such as Critical Illness & Identity Theft Protection
        • Family pass to William Jewell's Mabee Physical Fitness Center
        • Flexible Spending Plan for Unreimbursed Medical and Dependent Care
        • Health Savings Accounts with Monthly Employer Contributions to the Employee
        • Dependent Life Insurance
        • 403(b) and 457 (b) Retirement Options As Part of the State-Wide CSD-RT Trust
      • Job Opportunities

        If you’re interested in working for Liberty Public Schools, check out our job postings at the link below or email cindy.rollins@lps53.org.

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