Principal News

Lindbergh High School

February 19, 2023

Parent eNote Week of February 20-26

No School on Monday A reminder that we will not have school on Monday, February 20 for the President’s Day holiday.

Lindbergh High School Prom 2023 Prom this year will be held on April 29th at St. Louis Union Station. Tickets will be sold in person for CASH ONLY on March 14th, 15th, and 16th. Tickets will be 75 dollars on March 14th and go up to 85 dollars after that. There will also be an online option to pay with a debit or credit card. More information will be coming in the next few weeks. Please email Mr. Piontek at with any questions. Flyer

Course Registration Reminder--Deadline This Week Please make sure your ninth, tenth and/or eleventh grade student completes their 2023-2024 course selections by the end of day on Thursday, February 23. Included are the steps for registration which outline, step-by-step, what the students must do along with links. Feel free to reach out to your school counselor with any questions.

NWEA Score Results Available The NWEA math and reading results are available in SIS. Use this guide for more information on NWEA and how to interpret results.

To access your student’s NWEA Math and Reading results:

  1. Log on to the SIS Parent Portal with your username and password.

    1. Note: Your username is your email address on file. If you have forgotten your password, please select “Forgot your parent password?” on the Parent tab.

  2. Under Current Academics (left side menu) - select Assessments. Assessments can only be viewed in a web browser (mobile or desktop) and not the SIS app.

  3. Select the title of the Assessment you want to view

New Social-Emotional Screeners for the 2022-23 School Year

In the fall, Lindbergh High School administered a universal social-emotional learning (SEL) screening survey. This March, we will administer the 2nd and final screening survey for the 22-23 school year.

Lindbergh High School is piloting two screening survey tools: Panorama and Satchel Pulse. At the conclusion of this year, the district will finalize the survey platform that will be used in the 23-24 school year.

The building-wide SEL screening surveys serve two purposes:

  1. They will help the district to evaluate the effectiveness of district-level mental health and social and emotional programming.

  2. They will identify areas of strengths and needs for individual students in grades 9-12.

SEL screening is not new to Lindbergh. In previous years, the district has administered anonymous surveys that provided administrators with an overall view of student experiences within our schools. With the new screening surveys, parents will have access to their child’s results. It will also equip teachers to better identify students who may be in need of additional support in the areas of academic, emotional, and social skills.

More about Panorama and Satchel Pulse Student Surveys:

Panorama (9th and 11th Grade) is a 36-item student-rater screening tool. Students respond to computer-based questions aligned to social, academic, and emotional behaviors.

Click here to see the SEL topics and screening questions on the Panorama student survey tool. In order to learn more about student experiences at school, we will administer an online survey in October and March. The survey shouldn’t take more than 20-30 minutes to complete.

Satchel-Pulse (10th and 12th Grade) is a 25-item student-rater screening tool. Students respond to computer-based questions aligned to social, academic, and emotional behaviors.

Click here to see the SEL topics and screening questions on the Satchel-Pulse student survey tool. In order to learn more about student experiences at school, we will administer an online survey in October and March. The survey shouldn’t take more than 20-30 minutes to complete.

For more information regarding the importance of SEL screening, test administration windows, and how to opt out of SEL screening click here. If you completed an opt out form in the fall, you will not need to complete one for the spring. If you are new to the district, the opt-out form is open until February 24th.
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Equity in Education Night For the second year, students in our CAPP (College Advice Preparation and Peer Tutoring) club is hosting an Equity in Education Night on March 1st. Information can be found here EventBrite link and on the photo below.
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Hey Lindbergh! Got Talent?? Yes, it's back! The Lindbergh High School Talent Show ("Lindbergh's Got Talent") will take place on Friday, April 21st. We're calling all singers, dancers, jugglers, magicians, contortionists, tumblers, and more to show us what you've got! Can you solve a rubix cube in under 10 seconds? Balance a chair on your head? Tap dance? Rap? Mime, yodel, or play the kazoo while riding a unicycle?? We want to see it! Audition registration for individuals and groups opens Monday, February 13th. And YES- there IS a STAFF category!! Oh, did we mention there will be a CASH prize for the winners? Scan the QR code on the image below or go to for more information.
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League of Women Voters Voter Registration Drive Please see below for information about our upcoming voter registration, hosted by the League of Women Voters.

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2023-24 New Student Registration - Now Open!

Do you have an incoming kindergarten student in your family, or do you know someone who will be new to the district next year? Lindbergh Schools is now registering new students in grades K-12 for the 2023-24 school year!

Additional information can be found at

Kindergarten Registration Dates

  • Feb. 6-10: Concord

  • Feb. 13-17: Long

  • Feb. 21-24: Crestwood

  • Feb. 27-March 3: Kennerly

  • March 6-10: Dressel

  • March 13-17: Sappington

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Summer Camps and Activities Fair

What are your plans this summer? Join us for this free event to plan your child's summer activities with area exhibitors! The PEGS and LEAP parent group are sponsoring the 2023 Summer Camps and Activities Fair from 5-7 p.m., on Wednesday, Feb. 15, in the Lindbergh High School cafeteria. Attendees can enter to win $50 for Lindbergh camps. Open to all St. Louis-area families. For additional information, please contact Teresa Wallace, PEGS Treasurer, at

Career and Technical Education Perceptions Survey

The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education’s Office of College and Career Readiness is seeking information from community members about general perceptions of Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs. CTE programs in Missouri schools encompass a variety of educational programs and pathways, including programs in Agriculture; Business and Marketing; Health Sciences; Family and Consumer Sciences; Skilled Technical Sciences (e.g. Automotive Repair, Collision Repair Computer Sciences, Construction, Law Enforcement, Machining, and Welding); and Project Lead the Way (PLTW).

This information is being collected by the DESE’s CTE Advisory Council and will be used to help guide the group in their decision making processes. Responses will be kept confidential and will be aggregated with other responses to help the council better understand how students, parents, business leaders, and educators see CTE in Missouri.

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Disney's Beauty and the Beast Get Your tickets now for our Winter Musical! Presented By Lindbergh High School Thespians

Feb 23rd 2023, 7:00 PM

Feb 24th 2023, 7:00 PM

Feb 25th 2023, 2:00 PM

Feb 25th 2023, 8:00 PM

Purchasing Link

St. Louis County Apprenticeship and Career Pathways Showcase Please consider attending the 2nd Annual St. Louis County Apprenticeship & Career Pathways Showcase. The Showcase is geared towards families and students in grades 6-12. Exhibitors include representatives from key career pathways, including healthcare, transportation, advanced manufacturing, construction, culinary, hospitality, information technology, and public safety.

Attendees will get to experience a variety of careers through demonstrations and discussions at three events:

  • Feb. 25 - Eureka High School

  • March 4 - North Tech High School

  • March 11 - South Tech High School

For questions regarding the Showcase, please contact Chantal or Andi.
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Holiday House Tour This year will be the 45th Lindbergh Holiday House Tour and Boutique! Hundreds of people show up to tour the beautiful homes and shop at the craft boutique.

It is a community effort to make sure everything runs smoothly. We could use your help! We have a lot of volunteer opportunities available. Take a look and see where you could step in to help make this happen!

We have not been able to have this event since 2019 due to Covid. Let's make it a spectacular time for everyone!

Drop it Like It's Yacht Event Please click on the link below to purchase tickets to what is going to be an outstanding and fun event for the Lindbergh community!

Get your boarding passes now, before it is too late!

Be sure to list your favorite LHS Group or Team at checkout to enter them into a drawing for $500!

Project Graduation Tickets Available Seniors…Tickets are now available to purchase for the post-graduation party.

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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Shout Outs

Please help us congratulate the following FBLA members for placing or qualifying for our State Leadership Conference in Springfield, April 16-18. They competed against 27 other local Public & Private High Schools to earn a top place in our district in their events.

Stephen Boateng 12 Political Science Wild Card-qualified for State Leadership Conference

Conrad Dickey 11 Accounting I Wild Card-qualified for State Leadership Conference

Carson Dilber 3rd Place Place Business Calculations, 5th Place Economics; 2nd Place Insurance & Risk Management -qualified for State Leadership Conference in ALL OF HIS EVENTS!!!!

Adain Davitt 11 1st Place Team Business Management qualified for State Leadership Conference

Peter Martinez 11

Matthew Piccozzi 11

Daniel Feiste 12 1st Place Banking & Financial Systems Team qualified for State Leadership Conference

Jonathon Menghini 12 & 4th Place Economics

Thomas Shaffer 12

Daniel Feiste 4th Place Business Calculations -qualified for State Leadership Conference

Brennan Garland 12 Wild Card Securities & Investments -qualified for State Leadership Conference

Claudia Halski 10 & Haylie Long 10 Marketing Team 3rd Place

Anthony Hessee 12 2nd Place Sports & Entertainment Marketing -qualified for State Leadership Conference

Michael Shamia 12

Kyle Sunderland 11

Harrison Lingle 12 Political Science Wild Card-qualified for State Leadership Conference

Danielle Perry 11 & Mila Snowert 11 3rd Place Hospitality & Event Management Team

Danielle Perry 2nd Place Accounting II & 3rd Place Agribusiness

Lauren Rosenbaum 12 Accounting II 5th Place; Spreadsheet Applications 5th Place--qualified for State Leadership Conference

Max Sauer 12 Agribusiness Wild Card -qualified for State Leadership Conference

LaChe Smith Wild Card qualified for State Leadership Conference

Nathan Staicoff 12 1st Place Economics qualified for State Leadership Conference

Cooper Terrill 12 1st Place Business Calculations; 5th Place Computer Problem Solving qualified for State Leadership Conference

Upcoming Events -- Athletics (2/20/23 - 2/25/23)

Monday: (2/20)

4:00 PM JV Girls Basketball vs Parkway South

5:30 PM V Girls Basketball vs Parkway South

Tuesday: (2/21)

4:00 PM JV Boys Basketball vs Liberty (Wentzville)

5:30 PM V Boys Basketball vs Liberty (Wentzville)

Thursday: (2/23)

4:30 PM JV Girls Basketball at Clayton

6:00 PM V Girls Basketball at Clayton

Friday: (2/24)

Girls Wrestling in the State Championships at Mizzou Arena (Day 1)

Boys Wrestling in the State Championships at Mizzou Arena (Day 1)

5:30 PM JV Boys Basketball vs Mehlville

7:00 PM V Boys Basketball vs Mehlville

Saturday: (2/25)

Girls Wrestling in the State Championships at Mizzou Arena (Day 2)

Boys Wrestling in the State Championships at Mizzou Arena (Day 2)

Fundraisers and Community Events

FORTE Fundraiser Lindbergh FORTE, the parent-teacher group for the 4th through 12th grade Lindbergh strings program, is orchestrating (pun intended) its biggest fundraiser of the year! If you are interested in supporting this WICKED fundraiser, please visit the Lindbergh FORTE website (link below) for more information!

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