Lindbergh Schools celebrated this year’s class of Lindbergh Leaders, during a banquet on Friday, April 8 at Royale Orleans. Lindbergh Leaders are nominated by their fellow community members for their leadership and service at Lindbergh Schools and in the community.
The Lindbergh Leader Award is the district's highest honor in recognition of leadership and service. Persons eligible for the Lindbergh Leader awards include any individual who serves Lindbergh students and the community. This includes citizens and volunteers, teachers, support staff, alumni and retired Lindbergh employees.
This was the first in-person event since the ceremony in 2019. Additionally, the 2021 Lindbergh Schools Teacher of the Year and Support Staff Employee of the year were honored.
2022 Lindbergh Leader honorees include:
Donna Bouckaert, Administrative Assistant, Sperreng Middle School
Karen Czaicki, District Lead Librarian, Dressel Elementary School
Cami Dairaghi, Parent Volunteer, Kennerly Elementary School
Matthew Griner, English Language Arts Department Chair / English Teacher, Lindbergh High School
Carena Heilich-Henry, Modern Language Department Chair / Spanish Teacher, Lindbergh High School
Jaclyn Jezik, Parent Volunteer, Crestwood Elementary School
Sada Lindsey, Parent Volunteer, Dressel Elementary School
Mark Pfeiffer, Student Council Adviser / Social Studies Teacher, Lindbergh High School
Patti Thomas, Social Studies Department Chair / Social Studies Teacher, Truman Middle School
Johnicka Turner, Special School District Coordinator, Lindbergh High School
District Teacher and Support Staff Employee of the Year:
Dan Dougherty, 2021 Teacher of the Year, Lindbergh High School
Jessica Franklin, 2021 Support Staff of the Year, Lindbergh Schools