Lindbergh Schools is taking a proactive approach to addressing the aggressive student enrollment growth that comes with being named Missouri's No. 1 school district for academic achievement for five consecutive years. Construction projects are popping up all over the district, including a sixth elementary school, a new early childhood education building on the Truman Middle School campus and Prop G improvements at Lindbergh High School.
Dressel Elementary School
will be Lindbergh’s sixth elementary school when it opens in fall 2017. Dressel is designed as a neighborhood school with the capacity to serve 650 students in grades K-5. It will provide essential relief to overcrowding districtwide. Click here to learn more.
Lindbergh Early Childhood Education West, which opened in August 2015, features eight part-day ECE classrooms that serve children ages 2-5. Click here to learn more.
Improvement projects scheduled at Lindbergh High School include modernizing the library. Construction crews finished adding two new science classrooms and updating the Gym 3 bleachers and floors in fall 2015. The new cafeteria addition opened in January 2016. Click here to learn more.
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