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  • District Adds Safety and Security Coordinator

    Lindbergh took an important step in its commitment to provide a safe, secure educational environment for all students by hiring Terrell Baker as the district’s first dedicated Safety and Security Coordinator.

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  • 2019-20 Budget Moves More Dollars to Instruction

    The proposed 2019-20 budget accomplishes three key district goals, including allocating more funding to programming for students, professional learning and employee compensation.

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  • Board Approves 2019-24 Strategic Plan

    The Board of Education recently approved a five-year strategic plan that defines the school district’s purpose, outlines strategic goals for the future, and lists core beliefs that are essential to student success.

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  • Voters Show Support for Safe, Future-Ready Schools

    Lindbergh voters overwhelmingly approved Prop R, a $105 million no-tax-rate-increase bond issue to revitalize the Lindbergh High School campus and create districtwide safety equity. Click on the headline for details.

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  • District Celebrates 2019 Lindbergh Leaders

    Lindbergh Schools honored 11 individuals for exceptional service to the district and community during the annual Lindbergh Leaders banquet Friday, March 8 at Royale Orleans. Click on the headline for details.

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  • Listening and Learning Tour Summary

    This fall, Superintendent Dr. Tony Lake visited more than 82 parent, teacher and community groups to gather feedback on his Listening and Learning Tour. Click on the headline to view the tour summary.

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  • Board Approves Resolution Supporting Prop R

    The Lindbergh Schools Board of Education voted unanimously to pass a resolution supporting Prop R, 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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  • District Announces New Kennerly Principal

    Former Truman Elementary School educator DeAndre Thomas will return home to Lindbergh as the principal of Kennerly Elementary School, effective July 1. The Board of Education approved his hire on March 12.

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  • Community Invited to Tour LHS, Learn About Prop R

    Lindbergh Schools invites the community to tour Lindbergh High School during one of two upcoming events, and learn more about the school district’s no-tax-rate-increase Prop R bond issue on the April 2 ballot.

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  • 2019-20 Kindergarten Registration Information

    Lindbergh Schools kindergarten registration for the 2019-20 school year is now available online. Families must provide proof of residency and required student documentation to complete the registration process.

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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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  • 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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  • District to Offer Free Full-Day Kindergarten

    Lindbergh Schools is moving forward with a plan to offer free full-day kindergarten for all students beginning Jan. 7. The Board of Education and administration discussed the transition during a workshop on Dec. 11.

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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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