Principal News

Lindbergh High School

December 18, 2022

Parent eNote Week of December 19-25

Finals Schedule
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Makeup Exams Students will have an opportunity to make up missed exams on the following dates and locations.

  • Tuesday, December 20, 11:30 am - 3:00 pm Old Cafe

  • Wednesday, December 21, 11:30 am - 3:00 pm North Cafe

  • Thursday, December 22, 11:30 am - 3:00 pm North Cafe

Makeup Exam Policies No early exams should be given unless approved by admin. Students who have to travel and miss their finals will have to take those finals when they return from the Winter Break (unless approved by admin and the teacher). If a student does not take a final during finals week the grade is a zero until the final is made up. Please put in “incomplete” for their grade.

Second Semester Elective Schedule Changes Please reach out to your school counselor by Thursday, December 22 if you would like to make any elective class schedule changes for next semester.

Interested in Internships? See below:
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Nurse’s Newsletter Please click here to open this month’s Nurse’s newsletter: Newsletter Link

Counseling Newsletter Here is a link to the Counseling Newsletter:

Lindbergh Foundation Scholarship Applications Lindbergh Foundation applications which are available via Canvas are due JANUARY 10, 2023. We will be offering help sessions during the full power lunch in Mrs. Roegner's Room 139. Mrs. Keating from the Foundation and Ms. Keegan will be available to answer any questions you have. We hope to see you there!

Monday, Dec. 12 from 11:27-12:21

Wednesday, Dec. 14 from 11:01-11:55

Friday, Jan. 6 from 11:27-12:21

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School Threats are No Joke

Hoax threats can result in federal prosecution, prison time

In recent weeks, online hoaxes directed at schools in our area have continued to build upon the trauma our community experienced following the tragic school shooting at Central Visual and Performing Arts High School on Oct. 24. FBI St. Louis shares that hoax threats are a serious crime where individuals can face state, local or federal charges; and when charged federally, a defendant faces up to five years in federal prison. It is not difficult for law enforcement to track down the person who makes a threat, even if it is made anonymously.

In addition, the FBI cautions that people should not share any threats they see on social media. Sharing a threat can spread misinformation and cause panic. Instead, report it immediately to law enforcement.

Our school district takes every single threat seriously, devoting resources and time to investigate and keep our students safe. Stating a threat in person or posting a threat online can result in serious disciplinary consequences, even if the post is intended as a joke or prank.

Lindbergh Schools strongly encourages families to talk with students about the importance of making smart choices, being respectful online, and never, ever making a threat, joking or otherwise.

St. Louis County Offers Free COVID-19, RSV, Flu Testing

Testing is one of our most important tools during the fall and winter months. The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services offers free drive-through testing for COVID-19, RSV and the flu at South County Health Center on Thursdays from 8 a.m.-4 p.m.. This testing will continue through March 2023.

Patients of all ages are able to get tested, no appointment required. To receive a test, simply enter the drive-through line at the clinic. Patients can pre-register through the NextGen patient portal, and they will receive results by email. If a patient does not have an email account, NextGen staffers will register them at the site and call them with results. The Get Tested patient portal can be found at

COVID test kits continue to be available for pickup at South County Health Center Mondays and Fridays, from 8 a.m. until noon. For more information please visit the DPH Testing page.

Lindbergh Schools Foundation Updates

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Lindbergh Lights Up the Holidays

There are many ways to help the families in our Lindbergh community this holiday season:

  1. Sponsor a family through the Giving Tree Program

  2. Make a monetary donation to the Giving Tree Program

  3. Make a monetary donation to the Utility Program

  4. Visit Liliana's Italian Kitchen at 11836 Tesson Ferry Rd. on Dec. 19. All proceeds will go to Lindbergh Lights up the Holidays.

  5. Visit the Dougherty family holiday lights display at 788 Spring Crest Court, Fenton, Mo. Use the drop box in the front yard -- all donations will be matched!

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Teacher of the Month Student Council is offering a chance to nominate a teacher for recognition each month at LHS, as well as an LHS staff member.
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Yearbook Timeline and Purchase Information Here are the fliers and deadline for purchasing yearbooks and senior ads. Include Flyer

Deadline to purchase a yearbook is Friday, January 27.

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Shout Outs

Congratulations to the following members of the LHS Speech and Debate Team for their performances at the Randy Pierce Winter Classic Tournament last weekend!

Brooke McKenney: Open Lincoln Douglas Debate

Varun Gowrisanker and Junyoung Park: Open Public Forum Debate

Lara Pimentel: 7th Place in Novice Original Oratory

Great job, Flyers!

Upcoming Events -- Athletics (12/19/22 - 12/24/22)

Tuesday: (12/20)

4:00 PM F Boys Basketball vs Seckman

4:00 PM JV Boys Basketball vs Seckman

4:30 PM Girls Swim and Dive vs Rockwood Summit

4:30 PM JV Girls Basketball at Mehlville

5:30 PM V Boys Basketball vs Seckman

6:00 PM V Girls Basketball at Mehlville

Wednesday: (12/21)

5:30 PM F Boys Wrestling vs Rockwood Summit (Alumni Night)

5:30 PM JV Boys Wrestling vs Rockwood Summit (Alumni Night)

6:45 PM Girls Wrestling vs Rockwood Summit (Alumni Night)

7:15 PM V Boys Wrestling vs Rockwood Summit (Alumni Night)

Fundraisers and Community Events
Undergarment Fundraiser Our Leadership Club is offering a chance to get into the game on Tuesday at a reduced price. Bring any undergarments (they must be in an unopen package...socks, underwear) to donate and you can get into the game for $1. All donations will be made to St. Patrick' Center
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