Headlines and Announcements

  • Board Approves Balanced Budget for 2019-20

    The Board of Education approved a balanced budget for the 2019-20 school year, with $77.3 million in operating revenues and $126.7 million in total expenditures.

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  • District Selects New Food Service Vendor

    Southwest Foodservice Excellence will manage food service operations, offering a variety of nutritious options for students and ultimately a 12-month transition to several made-from-scratch dining options.

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  • Lindbergh High School Celebrates the Class of 2019

    Students in Lindbergh High School’s 66th graduating class earned more than $23 million in scholarships, Principal Dr. Eric Cochran said during the school’s commencement ceremony May 28 at Chaifetz Arena.

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  • District Honors 2019 Retirees, Longtime Employees

    Lindbergh Schools extends its thanks and well wishes to this year’s class of 20 retiring faculty and staff members. These longtime employees have served the district for a combined total of more than 500 years.

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  • LHS Commencement Set for Tuesday, May 28

    More than 500 seniors will receive diplomas Tuesday, May 28 as part of Lindbergh High School’s 66th commencement ceremony. The event is scheduled for 7 p.m. at Chaifetz Arena.

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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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  • Lindbergh Earns National Character Awards

    Character.org, a national advocate and leader for character education, recently announced that three Lindbergh schools were among the 88 schools designated as 2019 National Schools of Character.

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  • US News Ranks LHS Among Nation’s Best

    Lindbergh High School has been recognized as one of the top high schools in the country by U.S. News and World Report, ranking in the top 2 percent in Missouri and in the top 5 percent of high schools nationwide.

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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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  • Musicthon Raises $2,200 for Cancer Research

    Lindbergh High School musicians raised more than $2,200 for childhood cancer research during the sixth annual 36-hour Musicthon. All proceeds from the event were donated to Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation.

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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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  • LHS Senior Wins Princeton Prize for Race Relations

    Amela Sijecic has been honored by Princeton University for her work to make progress toward racial equity in the Lindbergh community. Sijecic is founder and president of a program at LHS called SIDE With Us.

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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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  • Lindbergh to Host Student Council Convention

    Lindbergh High School Student Council will welcome more than 1,300 students from across the state as part of the 71st annual Missouri Association of Student Councils convention March 7-9.

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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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  • 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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