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  • District Announces 2019 Lindbergh Leaders

    Lindbergh Leaders are nominated by their fellow community members for their leadership and service at Lindbergh Schools and in the community. The 2019 Lindbergh Leaders banquet is scheduled for Friday, March 8.

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  • Schools, District Earn State Character Recognition

    Lindbergh Schools, Sperreng Middle School, Truman Middle School and Lindbergh High School have been recognized by the Character Education Partnership for outstanding character education initiatives.

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  • Board Approves No-Tax-Rate-Increase Bond Issue

    The Lindbergh Schools Board of Education voted on Jan. 15 to place a no-tax-rate-increase bond issue on the April 2 ballot to improve safety and security for all Lindbergh students.

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  • Foundation Grants Help Fund Innovative Teachers

    The Lindbergh Schools Foundation continued its annual support of original, inventive teaching ideas on Jan. 4, awarding several Lindbergh educators with 2018 Spirit of Lindbergh teacher grants.

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  • District Seeks Nominations for Lindbergh Leaders

    The Lindbergh Leader Award is the district’s highest honor, recognizing excellence in the areas of leadership and service to Lindbergh Schools and the community. Nominations are due Monday, Jan. 14.

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  • Lindbergh Musicians Earn All-Suburban Honors

    Eighteen Lindbergh Schools students have been selected for All-Suburban orchestra. Each 2019 All-Suburban orchestra will perform at Ritenour High School on Saturday, Jan. 5.

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  • Light Up the Holidays for Families in Need

    Lindbergh Lights the Way invites the community to make the holidays brighter for families in need this season, during the organization’s inaugural launch of the “Lindbergh Lights Up the Holidays” campaign.

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  • Holiday House Tour Set for Sunday, Dec. 2

    The decorating prowess of five creative South County homeowners will be on display during the Lindbergh High School Parent Group's 43rd annual Holiday House Tour, which will take place Sunday, Dec. 2.

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  • District Seeks Community Input for Strategic Plan

    Lindbergh Schools has formed a committee to create a strategic plan that will define the district’s work for the next five years. The next committee meeting will be an open community forum on Monday, Oct. 29.

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  • Board Approves 2019-20 Academic Calendar

    The Lindbergh Schools Board of Education voted during its October meeting to approve the 2019-20 academic calendar. The calendar has 175 school days, including six early release days and four half days.

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  • Lindbergh Link Hits Mailboxes This Week

    The fall edition of the Lindbergh Link newsletter hits mailboxes this week. Inside it, you’ll find a back-to-school message from Dr. Tony Lake, as well as safety improvements coming to Lindbergh High School.

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  • Community Invited to Meet New Superintendent

    Lindbergh community members are invited to meet new Superintendent of Schools Dr. Tony Lake during a Listening and Learning presentation on Wednesday, Sept. 26 at 6:30 p.m. in the Lindbergh Schools auditorium.

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  • Lindbergh Ranks Among Best in Missouri

    Lindbergh Schools ranks in the top 10 of all Missouri public school districts for academic excellence and quality of teachers, according to Niche’s 2019 rankings. The district scored an A overall rating.

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  • A Back-to-School Message from Dr. Lake

    The 2018-19 school year is upon us. I look forward to the opportunities we can create together for a new and greater future for our students, and I wish you and your family a happy and successful school year.

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  • Preliminary Bus Routes Now Available Online

    Preliminary bus routes are now available online. These routes will be fine-tuned during the first full week of school. Please allow 10-15 minutes of flexibility for pickup and drop-off times until the routes are finalized.

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  • Missouri Back-to-School Sales Tax Holiday

    Missouri will lift its 4.225 percent sales tax on qualifying back-to-school purchases in stores and online from 12:01 a.m. Friday, Aug. 3 through midnight Sunday, Aug. 5. Click on the headline for details.

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  • Board Establishes Four Advisory Committees

    The Lindbergh Schools Board of Education is inviting school district patrons to serve on one of four new Board Advisory Committees, which will allow board members to seek input and advice on key issues.

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  • Flyers Shine at AAU Gymnastics Championship

    The Lindbergh Community Ed Gymnastics Team won a variety of medals, ribbons and plaques, including a first place finish by the Bronze Excel team, during the AAU Midwest Regional Gymnastics Championship.

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  • Truman Teachers Win $10,000 Emerson Grant

    Truman Middle School science teacher Melissa Nussbaum and library media specialist Megan Vallis recently received a $10,000 Emerson Gold Star Grant to purchase Google Expeditions virtual reality kits.

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  • Middle School Flyers Share Performance Skills

    Members of the middle school winterguard and show choir shared their abilities during competitions and festivals this spring. Click on the headline to learn more about these talented students.

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  • Friday's Tragedy in Santa Fe, Texas

    We challenge ourselves to do everything in our power to prevent a similar tragedy from taking place here in Lindbergh, because first and foremost, our schools must be safe, secure places for students to learn.

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  • Student Artwork: Truman Middle School

    The Lindbergh Schools Board of Education highlights student artwork as part of its regular monthly meetings. This month’s gallery features creations from students at Truman Middle School.

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  • Truman Grants Make-A-Wish for LHS Student

    Truman Middle School students have been working hard all year to make Lindbergh High School junior Wil Ohler’s wish come true, and on April 20, they gathered the entire student body to give him the trip of a lifetime.

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  • District Celebrates 2018 Lindbergh Leaders

    Lindbergh Schools honored 10 individuals for exceptional service to the district and community during the annual Lindbergh Leaders banquet Saturday, April 14 in the new cafeteria addition at Lindbergh High School.

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  • District Honors Teachers, Support Staff of Year

    Lindbergh Schools recently recognized 23 teachers and support staff members for their dedication and service to students, parents and the community as part of the district’s employee recognition program.

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  • Community Groups Honor Exceptional Flyers

    A handful of Lindbergh students and staff were recently recognized for their academic achievement and commitment to community service. Click on the headline to learn more about these exceptional Flyers.

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  • Lindbergh Board of Education Election Results

    Voters re-elected Karen Schuster and Mike Shamia to the Lindbergh Schools Board of Education on Tuesday, April 3. Schuster and Shamia will be sworn in during the April 10 board meeting.

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  • Musick at Gravois Closure to Begin April 16

    St. Louis County has informed us that Musick Avenue is scheduled to close on April 16, this time at the intersection of Gravois Road, by the Grant’s View Library. The road will remain closed until December 2018.

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  • All-District Musical Raises $4,000 for St. Jude

    Lindbergh Schools’ annual All-District Musical, “Mary Poppins,” raised $4,009.21 in donations for The St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital this January. The cast and crew included more than 400 students.

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  • Lindbergh Link Hits Mailboxes This Week

    The spring edition of the Lindbergh Link newsletter hits mailboxes this week. Inside it, you’ll find information about the 2018 Board of Education candidates, as well as this year’s class of Lindbergh Leaders.

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  • Meet the 2018 Board of Education Candidates

    The community is invited to attend a moderated candidate forum Thursday, March 15 at 7 p.m. in the Lindbergh Early Childhood Education multipurpose room. Click on the headline to meet the candidates.

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  • Wednesday's Tragedy in Parkland, Florida

    Every day, you put your trust in our teachers, administrators and support staff to keep your children safe, and we take this responsibility very seriously. School safety is a top priority for us that does not waver.

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  • Parent Group Donations Top $600,000 in 2016-17

    Lindbergh parents have a long tradition of giving back to local education through not only monetary donations, but also participation in district committee work, organization of events, and countless volunteer hours.

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  • Foundation Grants Help Fund Innovative Teachers

    The Lindbergh Schools Foundation continued its annual support of original, inventive teaching ideas on Jan. 25, awarding several Lindbergh educators with 2017 Spirit of Lindbergh teacher grants.

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  • Two Flyers Perform in Moscow Ballet Nutcracker

    Two middle school students recently had the honor of performing in the Moscow Ballet’s Great Russian Nutcracker, at the Fabulous Fox Theatre in December. Click on the headline for details.

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  • District Announces 2018 Lindbergh Leaders

    Lindbergh Leaders are nominated by their fellow community members for their leadership and service at Lindbergh Schools and in the community. This year’s winners were selected from a pool of 47 nominees.

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  • Community Groups Honor Exceptional Students

    A handful of Lindbergh students were recently recognized for their academic achievement and commitment to community service. Click on the headline to learn more about these exceptional Flyers.

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  • District Ranks Among Best in the Country

    Lindbergh Schools ranks among the best school districts in the United States, according to a recent study released by the National Council for Home Safety and Security. Click on the headline for details.

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  • Truman Raises $1,300 for Families in Need

    Truman Middle School eighth grade students and their families raised more than $1,300 in December to assist two Lindbergh families in need through the district’s adopt-a-family program.

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  • Board Announces New Superintendent of Schools

    The Lindbergh Schools Board of Education voted 7-0 on Jan. 7 to hire Dr. Tony Lake as the district’s next superintendent of schools, effective July 1, 2018. Click on the headline to learn more about Dr. Lake.

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  • Donations Keep St. Louis Kids Warm this Winter

    Lindbergh students, staff and families gave generously to keep kids in our city warm this season, donating 412 winter wear items during the Kiwanis Club of Crestwood-Sunset Hills’ Winter Wear Drive.

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  • District Seeks Nominations for Lindbergh Leaders

    The Lindbergh Leader Award is the district’s highest honor, recognizing excellence in the areas of leadership and service to Lindbergh Schools and the community. Nominations are due Friday, Jan. 19.

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  • Board Recognizes Character Education Achievements

    The Lindbergh Schools Board of Education recognized several character education achievements during its December meeting, including five National Promising Practices in Character Education.

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  • Lindbergh Teachers Receive Emerson Award

    Truman Middle School library media specialist Megan Vallis and Sappington Elementary School special education teacher Dan Hehner have earned the prestigious Emerson Excellence in Teaching Award.

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  • Services for Students With Dyslexia

    Lindbergh Schools is committed to providing challenging, effective and appropriate educational opportunities for every child. Our goal is to promote growth and increase achievement for children of all abilities.

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  • Lindbergh Academic All-Stars Shine Bright

    Lindbergh Schools honored more than 1,700 students in grades 4-8 for their outstanding academic achievement during three evenings of Academic All-Stars celebrations in November.

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  • Builders Club Makes Holidays Brighter for Kids

    Lindbergh middle school students in the Builders Club recently went toy shopping to buy $500 of new gifts for the annual “Toys for School Kids” drive. The drive supports children in St. Louis Public Schools.

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  • Board Interviews Superintendent Candidates

    The Board of Education has completed the first round of interviews in its search for Lindbergh’s next superintendent of schools. Interviews took place during two separate meetings on Dec. 3 and Dec. 5.

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  • Lindbergh Musicians Earn All-Suburban Honors

    More than 50 musicians from Lindbergh High School, Sperreng Middle School and Truman Middle School have earned St. Louis All-Suburban honors. Click on the headline to see the complete list of honorees.

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  • Board Reviews Applications for Superintendent

    The Board of Education met in closed session on Nov. 20 to review applications for the position of superintendent of schools, continuing progress in their search to fill the district’s top leadership position.

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  • Holiday House Tour Set for Sunday, Dec. 3

    The decorating prowess of five creative South County homeowners will be on display during the Lindbergh High School Parent Group's 42nd annual Holiday House Tour, which will take place Sunday, Dec. 3.

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  • Board Approves 2018-19 Academic Calendar

    The Lindbergh Schools Board of Education voted during its November meeting to approve the 2018-19 academic calendar. The calendar has 175 school days, including six early release days and four half days.

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  • Community Groups Honor Exceptional Students

    A handful of Lindbergh students were recently recognized for their academic achievement and commitment to community service. Click on the headline to learn more about these exceptional Flyers.

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  • Happy American Education Week

    Why do you work in public education? We asked our Lindbergh Key Communicators this question, and we are proud to share their responses during American Education Week, Nov. 13-17.

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  • Superintendent Search Community Feedback

    This fall, the Board of Education is conducting a search to hire the next superintendent. As one of the first steps in the process, the board would like to hear from you – parents, employees, and Lindbergh residents.

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  • Fall Parent-Teacher Conferences for K-12 Students

    Parent-teacher conferences provide an opportunity to discuss your student’s progress, share your student’s strengths and work with teachers to help your student succeed. Click on the headline for details.

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  • Enrollment Increases by 114 Students in 2017-18

    The number of students attending Lindbergh Schools in grades K-12 increased by 114 students in 2017-18, up to 6,850, according to official enrollment data presented to the Board of Education on Oct. 10.

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  • Truman Student Wins Taekwondo Silver Medal

    Truman Middle School eighth-grader Kiley Mehringer won the Silver Medal for Team USA in the 2017 Pan Am Taekwondo Championships, Aug. 30 in San Jose, Costa Rica. Click on the headline for details.

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  • Lindbergh Link Hits Mailboxes This Week

    The fall edition of the Lindbergh Link newsletter hits mailboxes this week. Inside it, you’ll find information about Lindbergh High School’s 64th graduating class, as well as photos from the first day of school.

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  • Updated Bus Routes for Tuesday, Sept. 5

    Updated bus routes have been posted online. Beginning Tuesday, Sept. 5, student pickup and drop-off times may be altered slightly. Bus route numbers for some students will change as well.

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  • Lindbergh Ranks Among Best in the State

    Lindbergh Schools ranks in the top 10 of all Missouri public school districts for academic excellence and quality of teachers, according to Niche’s 2018 rankings. The district scored an A+ overall rating.

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  • Vallis Named Missouri Teacher of the Year Finalist

    Truman Middle School library media specialist Megan Vallis is one of six finalists for the 2017-18 Missouri Teacher of the Year award. The finalists were selected from among 32 regional teachers of the year.

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  • Preliminary Bus Routes Now Available Online

    Bus routes are now available online. The routes will be fine-tuned during the first full week of school. Please allow 10-15 minutes of flexibility for pickup and drop-off times until the routes are finalized.

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  • Lindbergh Teacher of the Year Wins Regional Honor

    Truman Middle School librarian and Lindbergh Schools 2017 Teacher of the Year Megan Vallis has been named one of 10 Missouri Regional Teachers of the Year for the St. Louis region.

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  • Board of Education Approves 2017-18 Budget

    The Lindbergh Schools Board of Education approved a $71.9 million balanced operating budget with a projected surplus of $23,719. This budget includes six additional full time equivalent teaching positions.

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  • Students Visit New Schools During Orientation Day

    About 1,000 Lindbegh students in grades K-8 received warm welcomes on May 16 when they visited their new schools for tours, activities and a chance to meet their new classmates. Click on the headline for details.

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  • DESE Grants Flood Waiver for May 3-5

    Lindbergh Schools will not have to make up days missed due to flooding on May 3-5. The 2016-17 calendar will remain unchanged, and the last day of school for students and teachers will be Friday, May 26.

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  • Girl Scouts Collect Items for Women in Need

    Girl Scouts in Lindbergh collected more than 45,000 personal care items for women in need during the organization’s April Showers drive. April Showers is the Girl Scouts of Eastern Missouri’s largest service event.

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  • Lindbergh Employees Become U.S. Citizens

    Truman Middle School teacher Robin Vallis and Crestwood Elementary School technology assistant Festa Bokshi both took their oaths of citizenship on April 21. Congratulations to our newest U.S. Citizens!

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  • Lindbergh Announces 2017 Teacher of the Year

    Megan Vallis has transformed the Truman Middle School library into an innovative learning space that utilizes cutting-edge technology and provides a welcome, inclusive gathering space for students.

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  • District Projects Enrollment Increase for 2017-18

    Lindbergh is projecting another year of rapid growth, with 182 additional students expected to enroll for the 2017-18 school year. Over the next four years, K-12 enrollment is expected to increase by 901 students.

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  • Orchestra Teacher Wins State Award

    The Missouri American String Teachers Association recently presented Lindbergh teacher Michelle Howard with the 2017 Elementary Educator Award, during the Missouri Music Educators Association conference.

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  • District Honors Teachers, Support Staff of Year

    Lindbergh Schools recently recognized 21 teachers and support staff members for their dedication and service to students, parents and the community as part of the district’s employee recognition program.

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  • Test-Taking Tips for Lindbergh Families

    Lindbergh’s Missouri Assessment Program testing window is April 10-May 5 for students in grades 3-8. Lindbergh High School juniors are also scheduled to take the ACT exam Wednesday, April 19.

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  • Lindbergh Accomplishments 4-6-17

    The Lindbergh Builders Club teamed up with the Crestwood-Sunset Hills Kiwanis Club to pack more than 100 lunches for the homeless. Read this story, and more, in this edition of Lindbergh Accomplishments.

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  • Lindbergh Board of Education Election Results

    Voters elected four new Lindbergh Schools Board of Education members on Tuesday, April 4. Cathy Lorenz, Christy Watz, Matt Alonzo and Mike Shamia will be sworn in during the April 11 board meeting.

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  • Truman Staff Member Wins Service Award

    Sarah Greenwald, Special School District paraprofessional at Truman Middle School, is this year’s Bernard J. “Jimmy” Fidler Citizen Service Award winner from the Crestwood-Sunset Hills Kiwanis Club.

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  • Special School District Honors Four Flyers

    One Lindbergh Schools administrator and three Special School District of St. Louis County employees who work in the district were honored March 8 at the annual SSD Salutes Banquet.

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  • Truman Makes Wish Come True for Jacob

    During the 2016-17 school year, Truman Middle School students raised $5,000 to send a young cancer patient to Disney World, in addition to $1,500 more dollars that will go to support another Make-A-Wish child.

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  • Board Approves 2017-18 Boundaries

    The Lindbergh Schools Board of Education voted 7-0 on Tuesday, March 14, to approve new elementary school and middle school boundaries for the 2017-18 school year.

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  • District Honors 2017 Lindbergh Leaders

    Lindbergh Schools honored 10 individuals for exceptional service to the district and community, during the annual Lindbergh Leaders banquet Friday, March 10 in the new cafeteria addition at Lindbergh High School.

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  • Two Candidates File for One-Year Board Term

    The community is invited to attend a moderated Board of Education candidate forum Thursday, March 16 at 7 p.m. in the Lindbergh Early Childhood Education multipurpose room.

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  • Seven Candidates File for 3, 3-Year Board Terms

    The community is invited to attend a moderated Board of Education candidate forum Thursday, March 16 at 7 p.m. in the Lindbergh Early Childhood Education multipurpose room.

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  • Board to Vote on New District Boundaries

    The Board of Education will vote March 14 on proposed elementary and middle school boundary changes that would address overcrowding and protect a quality education experience for all Lindbergh students.

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  • Lindbergh Link Hits Mailboxes This Week

    The spring edition of the Lindbergh Link newsletter hits mailboxes this week. Inside it, you’ll find information about the 2017 Board of Education candidates, as well as this year’s class of Lindbergh Leaders.

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  • Feb. 22 Boundary Committee Meeting Summary

    Earlier this week, the Lindbergh Boundary Committee met for a third time to fine-tune elementary school boundaries and discuss middle school boundaries. The committee continued work on Option 3.

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  • Truman Flyer Wins Silver Medal at Taekwondo Cup

    Truman Middle School seventh-grader Kiley Mehringer recently earned a silver medal in the black belt sparring division at the 2016 World Taekwondo President's Cup-Pan America Region competition.

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  • Feb. 8 Boundary Committee Meeting Summary

    The Lindbergh Schools Boundary Committee met for the second time on Wednesday, Feb. 8, to narrow down map options and begin more detailed work establishing attendance zones for six elementary schools.

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  • Lindbergh Musical Raises $2,000 for St. Jude’s

    Lindbergh annual All-District Musical raised more than $2,000 in donations for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital this January. The cast and crew included more than 400 students.

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  • District Announces 2017 Lindbergh Leaders

    This year’s winners were chosen from a pool of 43 nominees. Lindbergh Leaders are nominated by their fellow community members for their leadership and service at Lindbergh Schools and in the community.

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  • Foundation Grants Help Fund Innovative Teachers

    The Lindbergh Schools Foundation continued its annual support of original, inventive teaching ideas on Jan. 26, awarding several Lindbergh educators with 2016 Spirit of Lindbergh teacher grants.

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  • Committee Begins Work on Boundary Changes

    More than 20 Lindbergh community members met on Jan. 25 to begin work on the elementary and middle school Boundary Committee. The committee will meet 3-4 times over the next few months.

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  • Flyers Headed to NFL FLAG Championships

    A team of 10 players ages 13-14 and two coaches have been selected by the NFL Flag organization to participate in the 2017 Pro Bowl Week NFL Flag Football Tournament, which will take place in Orlando.

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  • Lindbergh Schools K-8 Boundary Changes

    A committee of Lindbergh parents, community members and district administrators will begin meeting this month to redraw all elementary school and middle school boundary lines for the 2017-18 school year.

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  • District Seeks Nominations for Lindbergh Leaders

    The Lindbergh Leader Award is the district’s highest honor, recognizing excellence in the areas of leadership and service to Lindbergh Schools and the community. Nominations are due Friday, Jan. 20.

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  • Lindbergh Named One of Missouri’s Best Districts

    Lindbergh Schools ranks in the top 10 of all Missouri public school districts for academic excellence and quality of teachers, according to Niche’s 2017 rankings. The district scored an A+ overall rating.

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  • Lindbergh Flyers Give Back to the Community

    From fundraising to volunteering, Lindbergh students, staff and families helped make the holiday season brighter for those in need. Click on the headline to read their inspirational stories.

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  • Musicians Earn All-State, All-Suburban Honors

    More than 50 musicians from Lindbergh High School, Sperreng Middle School and Truman Middle School have earned St. Louis All-Suburban honors. Click on the headline to read the complete list of honorees.

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  • Lindbergh Named Best District in Missouri

    Lindbergh Schools has been crowned the top district in Missouri by StartClass. Graduation rates, test scores and student-teacher ratios were used to determine the highest-performing school district in each state.

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  • Lindbergh Academic All-Stars Shine Bright

    Lindbergh Schools honored more than 1,600 students in grades 4-8 for their outstanding academic achievement during three evenings of Academic All-Stars celebrations in November.

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  • Holiday House Tour Set for Sunday, Dec. 4

    The decorating prowess of five creative South County homeowners will be on display during the Lindbergh High School Parent Group's 41st annual Holiday House Tour, which will take place Sunday, Dec. 4.

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  • Board Approves 2017-18 Academic Calendar

    The Lindbergh Schools Board of Education voted during its November meeting to approve the 2017-18 academic calendar. The calendar has 175 school days, including six early release days and four half days.

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  • Community Groups Honor Exceptional Students

    A handful of Lindbergh students were recently recognized for their academic achievement and commitment to community service. Click on the headline to learn more about these exceptional Flyers.

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  • Flyers Collect Food for Community Outreach

    Lindbergh students recently collected more than 1,900 items during food drives for community outreach organizations. Click on the headline to learn how these students are helping their community.

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  • Lindbergh Link Hits Mailboxes This Week

    The fall edition of the Lindbergh Link newsletter hits mailboxes this week. Inside it, you’ll find detailed information regarding the 2016-17 residential tax rate and budget, as well as current enrollment data.

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  • Lindbergh Accomplishments 10-26-16

    Children and adults in Guatemala received 1,289 pairs of shoes thanks in part to the generosity of Lindbergh High School students. Read this story, and more, in this edition of Lindbergh Accomplishments.

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  • New Crosswalks Keep Students, Families Safe

    Thanks to partnerships with local municipalities, new crosswalks at Crestwood Elementary School and Truman Middle School are keeping students and families safe as they walk to and from each building.

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  • Academics Rank Among Best in St. Louis, State

    Lindbergh Schools academic achievement again ranks among the top 10 K-12 districts in Missouri, continuing a long tradition of excellence in education. Click on the headline for Learning Report highlights.

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  • Students Track Monarch Butterfly Migration

    Students in the Truman Middle School Environmental Club recently helped track the migration patterns of monarch butterflies that are headed to Mexico for the winter.

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  • District Enrollment Continues Upward Trend

    In 2016-17, elementary school enrollment increased by 139 students, middle school increased by 27 students, and Lindbergh High School increased by seven students for an official total of 6,736.

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  • Sunday Night Lights Set for Oct. 9

    Sunday Night Lights captures the essence of high school football and offers that experience to a very special group of athletes: kids battling cancer and other life-threatening illnesses.

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  • Sunday Night Lights Set for Oct. 9

    Sunday Night Lights captures the essence of high school football and offers that experience to a very special group of athletes: kids battling cancer and other life-threatening illnesses.

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  • Wyss Named Cardinals Star of the Classroom

    Brian Wyss has been selected as the St. Louis Cardinals “Star of the Classroom” for the month of September and will throw out the ceremonial first pitch to kick off the Sept. 9 game at Busch Stadium.

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  • District Earns School Bus Maintenance Award

    The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education recently recognized Lindbergh Schools and First Student for their exemplary school bus maintenance program.

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  • Download the SIS Student 360 Mobile App

    In addition to accessing the SIS Portal online, parents can update information using the Tyler SIS Student 360 mobile app. This free app provides convenient, secure access to your student’s information.

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  • Welcome Back! School Starts Thursday, Aug. 18

    Lindbergh is busy preparing for a successful start to the 2016-17 school year, and we remain committed to providing the highest quality educational experience to every child who walks through our doors.

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  • Bus Routes Now Available Online

    Bus routes are now available online. The routes will be fine-tuned during the first full week of school. Please allow 10-15 minutes of flexibility for pickup and drop-off times until the routes are finalized.

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  • Missouri Back-to-School Sales Tax Holiday

    Missouri will lift its 4.225 percent sales tax on qualifying back-to-school purchases in stores and online from 12:01 a.m. Friday, Aug. 5 through midnight Sunday, Aug. 7. Click on the headline for details.

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  • Community Groups Honor Exceptional Students

    A handful of Lindbergh students were recently recognized for their academic achievement and commitment to community service. Click on the headline to learn more about these exceptional Flyers.

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  • Lindbergh Link Hits Mailboxes This Week

    The summer edition of the Lindbergh Link newsletter hits mailboxes this week. Inside it, you’ll find information about the Class of 2016, district enrollment growth and the 2016-17 budget.

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  • District Recognized for Character Initiatives

    Lindbergh Schools received international recognition from the Character Education Partnership for implementing successful and unique ways of reinforcing character traits for students in grades pre-K through 12.

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  • District Revises 2016-17 Academic Calendar

    The Lindbergh Schools 2016-17 academic calendar has been revised to reflect an early release day change. The early release day originally scheduled for April 19, 2017 has been moved to April 5, 2017.

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  • Student Talent on Display at Excellence in Art

    Lindbergh’s most talented student artists unveiled their creations during the district’s annual Excellence in Art celebration. The artwork will be displayed for one year in the Lindbergh High School Auditorium.

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  • District Honors Retirees, Longtime Employees

    Lindbergh extends its thanks and well wishes to this year’s class of 22 retiring faculty and staff members. Their dedication to Lindbergh and commitment to the success of our community is much appreciated.

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  • Lindbergh Accomplishments 5-18-16

    Lindbergh High School Student Council was recently recognized for successfully promoting student activities and leadership. Read this story, and more, in this week's edition of Lindbergh Accomplishments.

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  • Community Groups Honor Exceptional Students

    A handful of Lindbergh students were recently recognized for their academic achievement and commitment to community service. Click on the headline to learn more about these exceptional Flyers.

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  • District Names New Administrator at Truman

    Lindbergh Schools has hired Jenna Wright as Administrative Intern of Truman Middle School for the 2016-17 school year. Wright has been a teacher, mentor and coach in Lindbergh Schools for 10 years.

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  • District Recognizes Teachers, Support Staff of Year

    Lindbergh Schools recently recognized 21 teachers and support staff members for their dedication and service to students, parents and the community as part of the district’s employee recognition program.

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  • Truman Raises Record Amount for St. Jude

    Sixth-grade students at Truman Middle School recently raised $6,007.45 for patients at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, setting a school fundraising record for the annual St. Jude Math-A-Thon.

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  • District Driving Economic Development and Growth

    Lindbergh Schools was honored by the Crestwood-Sunset Hills Area Chamber of Commerce for drawing a record number of young families to the area and completing several facility improvement projects.

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  • Students Advance to State Geography Bee

    Eighth-grader Ben Duchild, seventh-grader William Murdock and fourth-grader Colette Giezentanner will represent Lindbergh in the state finals of the National Geographic Bee Friday, April 1 in Jefferson City.

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  • Flight Crew Students Learn Leadership Skills

    More than 50 students enrolled in Flight Crew leadership classes at Sperreng and Truman middle schools recently participated in the Megan Meier Foundation EMPOWER Youth Leadership Conference.

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  • St. Baldrick’s Event Set for Friday, April 1

    Students from across the district will go bald together once again, as they participate in Lindbergh’s fifth annual St. Baldrick’s event Friday, April 1. Click on the headline to learn more about this year's event.

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  • Special School District Honors Lindbergh Trio

    Three Special School District of St. Louis County employees with ties to Lindbergh Schools were among the 40 staff and community members honored March 2 at the annual SSD Salutes Banquet.

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  • Retired Educator Earns Learning Center Award

    Lindbergh retired teacher Diane O’Leary was one of seven educators to be honored with the Challenger Learning Center Award for inspiring a future generation of explorers and innovators.

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  • Orchestra Students Perform at MMEA Conference

    A trio of Lindbergh High School students and 49 seventh- and eighth-graders from Truman Middle School recently performed at the 2016 Missouri Music Education Association Conference.

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  • Six District Teachers Celebrate #BestSchoolDay

    Twitter co-founder and St. Louis native Jack Dorsey surprised educators across Missouri on Thursday by fully funding their projects registered at DonorsChoose.org as part of the #BestSchoolDay campaign.

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  • Lindbergh Names New Truman Principal

    Dr. Michael Straatmann will be the new principal of Truman Middle School for 2016-17. Straatmann has served as Truman’s assistant principal since 2012, and has been with the district since 2001.

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  • District Honors 2016 Lindbergh Leaders

    Lindbergh Schools honored 11 individuals for exceptional service to the district and community, during the annual Lindbergh Leaders banquet Friday, March 4 in the new cafeteria addition at Lindbergh High School.

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  • Crestwood Flyers Challenge You to Get #CrestFit

    Thanks to physical education teachers Darrion Cockrell and Megan Skokovic, a new fitness phenomenon is making a positive impact on the lives of students and staff at Crestwood Elementary School.

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  • Lindbergh Link Hits Mailboxes This Week

    The spring edition of the Lindbergh Link newsletter hits mailboxes this week. Inside it, you’ll find information about the 2016 Board of Education candidates, as well as this year’s class of Lindbergh Leaders.

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  • Community Organizations Recognize Students

    A handful of Lindbergh students were recently recognized for their academic achievement and commitment to community service. Click on the headline to learn more about these exceptional Flyers.

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  • Interact Club Raises $1,000 for Animal Shelter

    The Interact Club at Sperreng and Truman middle schools raised $1,000 for the Crestwood Animal Shelter by baking and selling homemade dog biscuits at the Lindbergh High School Rotary Craft Fair this fall.

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  • Truman Students, Teachers Flock to Appy Hour

    Appy Hour is quickly becoming one of Truman Middle School’s most popular before-school destinations. Students enjoy the social time, while teachers use the discussion as a valuable tool for classroom instruction.

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  • Foundation Grants Help Fund Innovative Teachers

    The Lindbergh Schools Foundation continued its annual support of original, inventive teaching ideas on Jan. 28, awarding several Lindbergh educators with 2015 Spirit of Lindbergh teacher grants.

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  • District Announces 2016 Lindbergh Leaders

    This year’s winners were chosen from a pool of 35 outstanding nominees. Lindbergh Leaders are selected for their leadership and service at Lindbergh Schools and in the community.

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  • Flyers Organize Successful Flood Relief Efforts

    Students districtwide recently raised $9,987 through a series of hat day events to help local families affected by flooding. The LHS Alumni Association also donated $1,000 in addition to the student-raised total.

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  • Sign Up for Lindbergh Text Messages on Jan. 14

    This Thursday, Jan. 14, Lindbergh Schools will send an invitation text message that will allow parents to sign up for important text notifications from their child’s school and the district. Click the headline for details.

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  • Lindbergh Accomplishments 1-6-16

    Boy Scout Troop 580 worked together earlier this fall to update the Sundial Garden at Long Elementary School. Read this story, and more, in this week's edition of Lindbergh Accomplishments.

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  • District Seeks Nominations for Lindbergh Leaders

    The Lindbergh Leader Award is the district’s highest honor, recognizing excellence in the areas of leadership and service to Lindbergh Schools and the Lindbergh community. Nominations are due Friday, Jan. 15.

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  • Lindbergh Flyers Share Spirit of Holiday Giving

    Lindbergh Flyers young and old shared their generous spirit this holiday season, helping those in need and honoring local heroes. Click on the headline to read their shining examples of holiday giving.

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  • Rotary Donations Warm Up Winter for Students

    The Crestwood-Sunset Hills Rotary Club is making winter a little warmer for 104 Lindbergh students, through the club’s annual Operation Warm program. It is one of several programs the Rotary sponsors each year.

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  • Flyers Excel at Synchronized Skating Competition

    Four Lindbergh students recently earned national honors at the Kalamazoo Classic synchronized figure skating competition. The girls are members of the St. Louis Synergy Synchronized Figure Skating club.

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  • Board Recognizes Students, Parents and Staff

    The Lindbergh Schools Board of Education celebrated savings for taxpayers, recognized student and staff achievements and honored the hard work of parent volunteers during its Dec. 8 regular meeting.

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  • Truman Orchestra to Perform for Music Educators

    The Truman Middle School Orchestra has been invited to perform at the 78th annual Missouri Music Educators Association Workshop. Truman was the only middle school orchestra to receive an invitation.

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  • Missouri PE Organization Honors Lindbergh Educators

    Two Lindbergh physical education teachers, Sara Marrone and Mary Driemeyer, were recently honored during the Missouri Association of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance annual conference.

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  • Students Selected for All-Suburban Bands, Orchestras

    More than 70 musicians from Sperreng and Truman middle schools and Lindbergh High School will represent the district as members of the prestigious St. Louis All-Suburban Bands and Orchestras for 2015-16.

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  • Lindbergh Academic All-Stars Shine Bright

    Lindbergh Schools honored more than 1,500 students in grades 4-8 for their outstanding academic achievement during three evenings of Academic All-Stars celebrations in November and December.

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  • Community Organizations Recognize Students

    A handful of Lindbergh students were recently recognized for their academic achievement and commitment to community service. Click on the headline to learn more about these exceptional Flyers.

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  • Truman Flyer Wins Taekwondo Championship

    Truman Middle School sixth-grade student Kiley Mehringer recently won the Gold Medal for the Youth 10-11 heavyweight division in sparring at the Michigan Midwest Taekwondo Championships on Nov. 21.

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  • Holiday House Tour Set for Sunday, Dec. 6

    The decorating prowess of five creative South County homeowners will be on display during the Lindbergh High School Parent Group's 40th annual Holiday House Tour, which will take place on Sunday, Dec. 6.

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  • Truman Celebrates National Blue Ribbon Award

    Truman Middle School students and staff celebrated the school’s 2015 National Blue Ribbon School award on Friday, Nov. 20, with local elected officials, district administrators and the Board of Education.

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  • Board Approves 2016-17 Academic Calendar

    The Lindbergh Schools Board of Education voted during its November meeting to approve the 2016-17 academic calendar. The calendar has 175 school days, including six early release days and four half days.

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  • Truman Student’s Make-A-Wish Revealed

    Emory Foster, a former Crestwood Elementary School student and current Truman Middle School sixth-grader, is heading to New York City after a surprise reveal that his Make-A-Wish would be granted.

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  • Lindbergh Accomplishments 11-2-15

    Lindbergh students and staff have been busy giving back to the community through various service projects. Read their inspirational stories in this week’s edition of Lindbergh Accomplishments.

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  • District Ranks Among Best in St. Louis, State

    Lindbergh earned a 99.3 percent on the MSIP 5 Annual Performance Report. This is Lindbergh’s 15th consecutive Accredited with Distinction honor, which requires a 90 percent APR score in order to achieve.

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  • Lindbergh Link Hits Mailboxes This Week

    The fall edition of the Lindbergh Link newsletter hits mailboxes this week. Inside it, you’ll find information about two major projects that will provide essential relief to overcrowding districtwide.

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  • Sara Marrone Named PE Teacher of the Year

    Truman physical education teacher Sara Marrone has been named the 2015 Middle School Physical Educator of the Year by the Missouri Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance.

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  • Enrollment Increases by 200 Students This Year

    Student enrollment growth in Lindbergh Schools continues to fill classrooms and outpace projections, with more than 200 new students enrolling this year. Total district enrollment for 2015-16 is 6,563.

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  • District Celebrates Groundbreaking, Ribbon Cutting

    As Lindbergh continues to address rapid student enrollment growth, administrators, students, board members and dignitaries celebrated two major projects that will help relieve overcrowding districtwide.

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  • Holiday House Tour Seeks Crafters, Vendors

    The Lindbergh High School Parent Group invites local crafters and vendors to participate in the 40th annual Holiday House Tour Shopping Boutique. This year’s event is scheduled for Sunday, Dec. 6.

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  • Truman Earns Lindbergh’s Sixth National Blue Ribbon

    Congratulations to Truman Middle School, which has been named a 2015 National Blue Ribbon School by the U.S. Department of Education. Ten schools in Missouri have been selected for this prestigious honor.

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  • Sunday Night Lights Set for Oct. 11

    Sunday Night Lights captures the essence of high school football and offers that experience to a very special group of athletes: kids battling cancer and other life-threatening illnesses.

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  • District Recognized for Student Attendance Rate

    According to the Post-Dispatch, Lindbergh Schools has the highest attendance rate of all the public school districts in St. Louis County. Concord also ranked in the top 10 for individual building attendance.

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  • District Earns Excellent Bond Rating from Moody’s

    Moody’s Investors Service reaffirmed Lindbergh's Aa1 rating on $10 million in general obligation bonds from 2009, just days after the district’s Board of Education voted 7-0 to refinance the bonds.

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  • Alumni Invited to Celebrate at Awards Banquet

    Beloved former teachers, star student-athletes and distinguished alumni will be honored at Lindbergh High School’s annual Alumni Awards Banquet Wednesday, Sept. 23. All alumni are invited to attend.

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  • Two Flyers Named Finalists for State Award

    Two Lindbergh educators, Truman Middle School science teacher Melissa Nussbaum and Special School District teacher Kim Dailey, have been named finalists in the Missouri Teacher of the Year program.

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  • Welcome Back! School Starts Thursday, Aug. 20

    Lindbergh is busy preparing for a successful start to the 2015-16 school year, and we remain committed to providing the highest quality educational experience to every child who walks through our doors.

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  • Preliminary Bus Routes Now Available Online

    Preliminary bus routes are now available online. The routes will be fine-tuned during the first full week of school. Please allow 10-15 minutes of flexibility for pickup and drop-off times until the routes are finalized.

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  • Yahoo Tabs Crestwood as a Top ZIP Code

    Crestwood, Mo. has been named a top ZIP code by Yahoo Homes and Realtor.com. The suburb ranked seventh nationally in terms of how fast its homes sell and the average number of times each listing is viewed.

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  • DESE Releases 2014-15 MAP Scores

    The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education has released Missouri Assessment Program scores for the 2014-15 school year. Lindbergh student reports will be mailed Friday, Aug. 14.

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  • Superintendent's Message: Now, Let’s Soar

    Lindbergh is honored to provide high-quality education for all students. As we continue to address rapid enrollment growth, residents have likely noticed quite a bit of construction going on around the district.

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  • Missouri Back-to-School Sales Tax Holiday

    Missouri will lift its 4.225 percent sales tax on qualifying back-to-school purchases in stores and online from 12:01 a.m. Friday, Aug. 7 through midnight Sunday, Aug. 9. Click on the headline for details.

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  • Homes Needed for 2015 Holiday House Tour

    Do you decorate for the holidays, or do you know someone who does? The Lindbergh High School Parent Group is in search of five homes to be a part of its 2015 Holiday House Tour on Sunday, Dec. 6.

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  • District Celebrates Character Accomplishments

    From promising practices to leadership skills, Lindbergh students and staff celebrated several character education accomplishments during the 2014-15 school year. Click on the headline for details.

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  • Lindbergh Names New District Activities Director

    Kit Norton has been named the new director of the District Activities Office, which houses the community youth sports program, as well as art, music and activities classes, including Summer Enrichment.

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  • Lindbergh Accomplishments 7-13-15

    About 30 Lindbergh High School students recently learned about health careers from students at Washington University in St. Louis. Read this story, and more, in this week’s edition of Lindbergh Accomplishments.

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  • Taylor Named ‘Missouri Miss Amazing Preteen’

    Truman Middle School sixth-grader Natalie Taylor loves art, getting dressed up and traveling. Participating in the Missouri Miss Amazing Pageant allows her to do many of the activities she enjoys.

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  • July 8 Mall Open House: Get the Facts

    Thank you to all the Lindbergh parents and community members who attended the July 8 Crestwood Mall redevelopment open house. Organizers report that about 700 residents attended.

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  • Truman Teacher Recognized by MOAHPERD

    Physical education teacher Sara Marrone has been named the 2015 St. Louis District Middle School Educator of the Year, by the Missouri Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance.

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  • Lindbergh Link Hits Mailboxes This Week

    The summer edition of the Lindbergh Link newsletter hits mailboxes this week. Inside it, you’ll find information about the Class of 2015, as well as construction updates from LHS and ECE West.

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  • Lemon-Aid Stand Honors Long Student

    Long Elementary School raised more than $2,000 for the Jacob Swiderski Family Medical Fund. Jacob, 11, passed away following a courageous nine-year battle with brain cancer.

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  • Community Invited to Crestwood Mall Open House

    UrbanStreet Group of Chicago will host an open house to receive public input about the Crestwood Mall redevelopment proposal from 4-7 p.m., Wednesday, July 8 at the Crestwood Community Center.

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  • St. Louis Symphony Honors Lindbergh Duo

    Two Lindbergh students, Nathan Collins and Zoe Vetter, recently were honored by the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra Volunteer Association for their entries in the 2015 Express the Music contest.

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  • Truman Named Mix It Up Model School

    Teaching Tolerance has recognized Truman Middle School as a 2014-15 Mix It Up Model School for its efforts to team up, plan and implement all-inclusive Mix It Up events throughout the year.

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  • Crestwood Board of Aldermen Reject PGAV Bill

    The City of Crestwood Board of Aldermen voted 5-3 against a bill on June 9 that would have authorized Peckham Guyton Albers and Viets, Inc. to prepare a comprehensive city plan.

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  • Young Artists Bloom Thanks to Master Mentors

    Students shared original artwork with their mentors who then created their own piece inspired by their young counterparts. The artwork will be displayed at the Clayton Fine Art Gallery through July 4.

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  • Truman Earns Missouri Gold Star Award

    Truman Middle School is one of eight high-achieving schools statewide that were recently recognized by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education as 2015 Missouri Gold Star Schools.

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  • Lindbergh Names Teacher, Support Person of the Year

    Congratulations to Melissa Nussbaum and Dottie Christner, who have been selected as 2015 Lindbergh Schools Teacher of the Year and Support Staff Person of the Year, respectively.

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  • District Honors Retirees, Longtime Employees

    Lindbergh extends its thanks and well wishes to this year’s class of 28 retiring faculty and staff members. These employees have served the district for a combined total of more than 500 years.

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  • Crestwood Approves First Step in TIF Process

    The City of Crestwood Board of Aldermen voted 7-0 on Tuesday, May 12 to approve the first step required to form a TIF commission to study the mall redevelopment proposal.

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  • Lindbergh Spirit Festival Set for May 16

    The community is invited to celebrate "Jungle Spirit" at the 24th annual Lindbergh Spirit Festival Saturday, May 16. This communitywide event features games, rides, food, a parade and entertainment for all ages.

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  • Foundation Mini-Auction Opens Tuesday, May 5

    The Lindbergh Schools Foundation spring mini-auction opens Tuesday, May 5 at 8 a.m., and closes Wednesday, May 6 at 8 p.m. All proceeds benefit Lindbergh Schools Foundation teacher grants and scholarships.

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  • District Recognizes Teachers, Support Staff of Year

    Lindbergh Schools recently recognized 21 teachers and support staff members for their dedication and service to students, parents and the community as part of the district’s employee recognition program.

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  • Electronics Recycling Drive Set for May 2

    The Sperreng Middle School Environmental Club invites the community to dispose of “anything that runs on batteries or plugs into a wall” at its sixth annual Electronics Recycling Drive Saturday, May 2.

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  • Orchestra Students Impress at Middle School Festival

    Lindbergh middle school students’ hard work paid off April 11 when they impressed judges with their performances at the 2015 St. Louis Suburban Middle School Solo and Ensemble Festival.

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  • Voters Re-Elect Incumbents to Board of Education

    Lindbergh Schools voters re-elected incumbent Board of Education members Karen Schuster and Kate Holloway on April 7. Click on the headline to view the official election results.

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  • District Hires Director of Gifted Programs

    Lindbergh Schools veteran gifted educator Michael Kuhn will be the district’s next director of gifted programs, effective July 1. The Board of Education approved his hiring on April 14.

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  • Test-Taking Tips for Lindbergh Families

    Lindbergh’s Missouri Assessment Program testing window is April 13-May 8 for students in grades 3-8, and Lindbergh High School students will take their end-of-course assessments later this month.

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  • Lindbergh Accomplishments 4-6-15

    Lindbergh students and staff have raised $2,754 for the Make-A-Wish Foundation by dressing up as their favorite Disney characters. Read this story, and more, in this week’s edition of Lindbergh Accomplishments.

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  • Truman Principal Earns High Honors

    The St. Louis Association of Secondary School Principals recently honored Truman Middle School Principal Dr. Tara Sparks with the “Exemplary New Principal” award for 2015.

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  • Friends + Equations = Fun Competition

    Gifted students from Sperreng and Truman middle schools had an opportunity to use their advanced math and problem solving skills during the LEAP Equations Competition on March 27.

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  • Lindbergh Accomplishments 3-30-15

    Lindbergh students and staff have been busy giving back to the community through various service projects. Read their inspirational stories in this week’s edition of Lindbergh Accomplishments.

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  • Join the Fun at Lindbergh All District Night

    Join the fun at Lindbergh All District Night Friday, March 27. The action kicks off at 6:15 p.m. with the faculty basketball game and hula hoop competition. Click on the headline for more event details.

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  • Lindbergh Accomplishments 3-23-15

    Lindbergh will send three students to compete in the 2015 Missouri National Geographic State Bee on Friday, March 27. Read this story, and more, in this week’s edition of Lindbergh Accomplishments.

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  • Help ‘Find a Five’ During Spring Break

    In celebration of Lindbergh’s fifth consecutive No. 1 ranking for academic achievement, we invite the Lindbergh community to participate in our “Find a Five” contest during Spring Break.

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  • Lindbergh Celebrates School Principals Day

    Lindbergh principals devote endless time, thought, caring and dedication to make our schools the best they can be, as well as meeting the needs of students, staff, parents and the community.

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  • Board of Education Election is April 7

    Four candidates are running to fill two three-year seats on the Lindbergh Schools Board of Education. The election will be held Tuesday, April 7. Click the headline to meet the candidates.

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  • Lindbergh Link Hits Mailboxes This Week

    The spring edition of the Lindbergh Link newsletter hits mailboxes this week. Inside it, you’ll find information about the 2015 Board of Education candidates, as well as this year’s class of Lindbergh Leaders.

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  • Lindbergh Accomplishments 2-16-15

    Sperreng and Truman middle school students recently competed in their school level geography bees. Read this story, and more, in this week’s edition of Lindbergh Accomplishments.

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  • Teachers Earn National Board Certification

    Two Lindbergh Schools teachers, LHS librarian Mindy Siefert and Truman science teacher Melissa Nussbaum, recently were recognized for passing the National Board Teacher’s Certification process.

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  • Forensics Help Truman Students Solve Mystery

    Sixth-grade science students at Truman Middle School interviewed staff, analyzed forensic evidence and checked alibis during three days in January, to find out who stole a drawing from the main hallway.

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  • Spelling Bee Winners Shine at School Level

    Congratulations to the schoolwide winners of Lindbergh’s elementary and middle school spelling bees! Quiz a friend or family member using the winning words and see how you do.

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  • LHS Curriculum Night Set for Thursday, Feb. 5

    Students who will attend Lindbergh High School in 2015-16 are encouraged to attend Curriculum Night Thursday, Feb. 5 to explore course opportunities, meet teachers and prepare for the coming year.

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  • Lindbergh Accomplishments 1-26-14

    Girl Scout Troop 2258 and Daisy Troop 1683 donated four birthday bags to Long Elementary School families in need this month. Read this story, and more, in this week’s edition of Lindbergh Accomplishments.

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  • Truman Runner Wins National Championship

    Truman Middle School eighth-grader Jennie Weaver outpaced the competition in December, winning the AAU Cross Country National Championship 4k race with a time of 15 minutes, 32 seconds.

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  • District Announces 2015 Class of Lindbergh Leaders

    This year’s winners were chosen from a pool of 38 outstanding nominees. Lindbergh Leaders are selected for their leadership and service at Lindbergh Schools and in the community.

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  • Dress Warm During Low Temperatures

    As we prepare for extremely cold temperatures, please remember to bundle up before heading to school or work. We also encourage parents to make sure that their children are dressed appropriately.

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  • Serving Others During the Holiday Season

    Local senior citizen communities gave thanks for the caring students at Concord, Sperreng and Truman this holiday season. Click on the headline to read how Lindbergh students serve their community.

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  • Students and Staff Spread Holiday Cheer

    From ECE to LHS, Lindbergh students and staff have been giving back to the community through various service projects. Click on the headline to read their inspirational stories.

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  • Holiday Happenings at Lindbergh Schools

    Students at Sappington and Concord elementary schools have been learning about holiday celebrations around the world. Click on the headline to read more holiday happenings at Lindbergh Schools.

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  • Lindbergh Students Show Spirit of Giving

    This year, Lindbergh Schools adopted more than 90 families in need for the holidays. The district sponsored 21 families, and elementary schools collected gifts and gift cards for 70 more.

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  • Board of Education Recognizes Character Awards

    The Lindbergh Schools Board of Education recognized several district programs for receiving National Promising Practices in Character Education awards during its Dec. 9 meeting.

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  • Lindbergh Accomplishments 12-9-14

    Crestwood nurse Eva Gallina will be featured in national Parents as Teachers curriculum that will be release in 2015. Read this story, and more, in this week’s edition of Lindbergh Accomplishments.

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  • Students Push Engineering Designs to the Limit

    Students from Early Childhood Education, Sappington Elementary School and Truman Middle School have been busy developing their math, science and technology skills through engineering activities.

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  • District Seeks Nominations for Lindbergh Leaders

    The Lindbergh Leader Award is the district’s highest honor, recognizing excellence in the areas of leadership and service to Lindbergh Schools and the Lindbergh community.

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  • Lindbergh Accomplishments 11-24-14

    Lindbergh students and staff have been busy giving back to the community through various service projects. Read their inspirational stories in this week’s edition of Lindbergh Accomplishments.

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  • Bring Your Own Device Holiday Shopping Guide

    Lindbergh students use interactive technology every day to connect with a new generation of learning opportunities. For many students, this already means bringing their own devices to school.

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  • Board Approves 2015-16 Academic Calendar

    The Lindbergh Schools Board of Education recently voted to approve the 2015-16 academic calendar. The first day of the 2015-16 school year is Thursday, Aug. 20, 2015.

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  • Holiday House Tour and Boutique Set for Dec. 7

    The decorating prowess of five creative South County homeowners will be on display during the LHS Parent Group's 39th annual Holiday House Tour & Boutique, which will take place on Sunday, Dec. 7.

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  • Students Selected for All-Suburban Bands, Orchestras

    More than 60 musicians from LHS, Sperreng and Truman will represent the district as members of the prestigious St. Louis All-Suburban Bands and Orchestras for 2014-15.

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  • Lindbergh Link Hits Mailboxes This Week

    The fall 2014 edition of the Lindbergh Link newsletter hits mailboxes this week. Inside it, you’ll find more information on Lindbergh’s latest National Blue Ribbon Schools, as well as a Prop G update.

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  • Truman English Students Create Radio Broadcasts

    Truman Middle School students wrapped up their suspense unit in eighth-grade English by recording their very own radio suspense plays, complete with accompanying commercials and breaking news stories.

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  • Holiday House Tour and Boutique Seeks Crafters

    The Lindbergh High School Parent Group is seeking crafters/vendors to sell their wares at its 39th annual Holiday House Tour and Boutique. This year the event will take place on Sunday, Dec. 7.

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  • Board of Education Approves ECE West

    As aggressive enrollment increases continue to put a strain on Lindbergh Schools, the district’s Board of Education voted Tuesday to build a new early childhood education building at Truman Middle School.

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  • Lindbergh Accomplishments 10-14-14

    Sappington students filled four big boxes with canned goods for the school’s Bucket of Wishes service project. Read this story, and more, in this week’s edition of Lindbergh Accomplishments.

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  • Duct Tape Inspires Creativity at Truman

    Creativity was on display last week in the Truman Middle School library. The Oak Bend Branch of the St. Louis County Library visited Truman for an after-school extravaganza of duct tape creation stations.

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  • Help Us Raise $6,000 in One Day!

    The Lindbergh Schools Foundation will host its annual iDrive fundraiser Saturday, Sept. 27. Simply stop by the LHS auditorium between 9 a.m.-4p.m. to take a five-minute test drive around the campus.

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  • Prop G Bond Sale Saves Taxpayers $1 Million

    The Lindbergh Schools Board of Education voted 7-0 Tuesday, Sept. 9 to authorize the sale of $34,035,000 in general obligation bonds for Prop G improvements. The competitive sale included 10 bidders in all.

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  • Download the Lindbergh Mobile App Today

    The Lindbergh Schools mobile app is now available for download! This FREE app provides instant access to calendar events, news headlines and other essential information from the convenience of a mobile device.

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  • Foundation Mini-Auction Opens Monday, Sept. 15

    The Lindbergh Schools Foundation fall mini-auction opens Monday, Sept. 15 at 8 a.m., and closes Tuesday, Sept. 16 at 8 p.m. All proceeds benefit Lindbergh Schools Foundation teacher grants and scholarships.

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  • It's Time to Fly in 2014-15

    Lindbergh Schools is honored to provide high-quality education for all students, and the support we receive from our community is unparalleled.

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  • Give Me Five! Lindbergh Celebrates Fifth Year at No. 1

    Lindbergh Schools continues to lead the state in academic achievement, ranking No. 1 in Missouri for the fifth consecutive year. The ranking is based on combined math and English Language Arts proficiency.

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  • Truman Delivers “Welcome Back to School” Bags

    When students at Truman Middle School learned that the first day of school in the Ferguson-Florissant School District was delayed, they were inspired to make a difference.

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  • Lindbergh Ranks No. 1 in St. Louis Region

    The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported today that Lindbergh Schools has the No. 1 academic achievement in the region, based on the percentage of students who scored proficient or advanced on MAP tests.

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  • Sunday Night Lights Set for Sept. 28

    Sunday Night Lights captures the essence of high school football and offers that experience to a very special group of athletes: kids battling cancer and other life-threatening illnesses.

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  • Lindbergh Accomplishments 8-19-14

    Lindbergh Schools recently won the bronze award in Missouri’s School Breakfast Challenge, a program designed to increase daily breakfast participation in school districts across the state.

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  • Flyers First Day of School

    Lindbergh students returned to school on Aug. 14 to begin another exciting year of learning.

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  • Welcome Back, Flyers! First Day of School is Aug. 14

    Lindbergh Schools teachers and staff are busy at work, preparing for a successful start to the 2014-15 school year.

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  • 2014-15 Parent Packet Hits Email Inboxes This Week

    The 2014-15 Lindbergh Schools Parent Information Packet will be email to all district families this week.

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  • Local Chamber Recognizes Middle School Students

    The Crestwood-Sunset Hills Area Chamber of Commerce recently recognized two Lindbergh eighth-graders for their outstanding academic achievements during its June luncheon.

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