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Long Elementary School is committed to helping students succeed not only in academics, but also in life. We prepare students for success through innovative instruction and a focus on collaboration, creativity, communication and critical thinking. This high-quality education for all students is propelled by strong community support, and a team of excellent teachers, support staff and administrators.
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Lindbergh Schools Names District Teacher of the Year
Congratulations to Dressel Elementary School fifth grade teacher Brandy Koppel, who has been named the Lindbergh Schools 2023 Teacher of the Year! District and school administrators surprised Koppel with the exciting news on Thursday, April 13.
2023 Lindbergh Leaders Announced
Lindbergh Schools invites the community to celebrate this year’s class of Lindbergh Leaders, during a banquet on Friday, April 14 at Royale Orleans. Lindbergh Leaders are nominated by their fellow community members for their leadership and service at Lindbergh Schools and in the community.
Meet the Board of Education Candidates for April Election
The League of Women Voters of Metro St. Louis will host a candidate forum for Lindbergh Schools Board of Education candidates on Monday, March 13 at 6:30 p.m. in the boardroom at Central Office.
2023-24 Lindbergh Kindergarten Registration Information
Lindbergh Schools kindergarten and new student registration for the 2023-24 school year will be available at go.lindberghschools.ws/register beginning Feb. 6. According to state law, a child must be 5 years old before the first day of August to attend kindergarten in the fall.
District Seeks Nominations for 2023 Lindbergh Leaders
Every year we have the honor of recognizing individuals in our community who generously give their time, resources and talents to make Lindbergh an exceptional school district and an outstanding place to raise and educate children.
LHS Hosts Sunday Night Lights Oct. 9
Lindbergh High School is hosting the 13th annual Sunday Night Lights on Oct. 9, 2022 at 5:15 p.m.
Collaborative Art Projects Take Over Elementary Hallways
Students at Dressel and Long elementary schools collaborated on two different schoolwide murals.
District Named a 2022 Top Workplace by Post-Dispatch
Lindbergh Schools is proud to be named a recipient of the 2022 Top Workplaces Award, sponsored by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. This is the district’s third consecutive year to receive this honor.
Board Workshop Highlights Academic Growth, School Safety
Student academic achievement and school safety were the focus on the Lindbergh Schools Board of Education workshop on July 21, 2022.
District Updates Pandemic Response Plan
This June, the Lindbergh Schools Board of Education voted to approve an updated Pandemic Response Plan that will equip the district to respond in the future, in the event of an airborne pandemic virus.
Board of Education Seeks Patrons for Advisory Committees
The Lindbergh Schools Board of Education is inviting school district patrons to serve on one of five Board Advisory Committees, which will allow board members to seek input and advice on key issues, and promote widespread involvement and participation throughout the district.
Kohl Named 2022 Regional Teacher of the Year
Truman Middle School sixth grade English language arts teacher and Lindbergh Schools 2022 Teacher of the Year Kristina Kohl has been named one of 10 Missouri Regional Teachers of the Year for the St. Louis area.
District Welcomes New Director of Inclusion, Equity and Diversity
Lindbergh Schools is pleased to welcome Inclusion, Equity and Diversity Director Dr. Sheriah Mason to the district’s Teaching and Learning department for the 2022-23 school year.
Taking Measures to Keep Students Safe
Keeping students safe at school is a commitment we take very seriously, and it is important for us to be open and honest with families regarding the proactive measures we take to protect the children in our care.
ESSER Funding Update for Lindbergh Schools
Lindbergh Schools is receiving approximately $3.8 million in federal relief funding to offset costs related to providing education during the COVID-19 pandemic.