Lindbergh High School
October 23, 2022
Parent eNote Week of October 24-30
No School on Monday, October 24th A reminder that there is no school on Monday, October 24th for the end of quarter Professional Learning and Records Day. First Quarter grades will be available sometime this week.
Winter Sports Season Starts Soon Tryouts for most winter sports will begin on Monday, October 31st. Please make sure your information is updated if you plan to try out. Information is available in our athletic office.
Lunch Line Update Starting Monday 10/31/22 the main line and the North (new) cafeteria line will close after the 1st lunch bell halfway through lunch. This is so we can use our food service resources better in other places and it is based on low usage after this time.
EL Department Fundraiser What a great way to show unity during Unity Week by purchasing a 'We are One Lindbergh t-shirt to support the English Language Department. Proceeds go to the English Language Scholarship which is awarded yearly. The store will be open until October 23rd and t-shirts will be delivered to Lindbergh buildings the week of November 9th. Please contact Lisa Carson at email@example.com if you have questions. We thank you for supporting the English Language Scholarship.
Anatomy and Physiology Blood Drive The Anatomy and Physiology Classes are holding their annual Blood Drive through the organization ImpactLife, which supplies blood and blood products to over 120 hospitals in Wisconsin, Iowa, Illinois and Missouri. The drive will be held on Friday, October 28 from 7:15am - 1:30pm at Lindbergh High School in the Green Gym (Gym 2). We need your help to meet our goal of 106 donations that will benefit our local healthcare facilities. In order to donate you must meet the following criteria:
16 years old (with parent consent) or older
Over 110 lbs
In overall good health.
Able to present valid ID at the time of the appointment (masks are optional)
The Anatomy and Physiology students are working extremely hard to make this blood drive a success! If you are unable to donate yourself, encourage other community members to do so.
To schedule an appointment, please use the QR code on the digital flyer below OR click on THIS LINK. If you have any questions, please reach out to our Anatomy and Physiology Teacher, Ms. Taylor Mirka at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you so much for your support!
Mentors 4 College Dear Parents/Guardians and Staff, As you know, we have career readiness and post high school planning as a priority at our high school. In an effort to enhance the work of our wonderful school counselors, we would like to tap into the expertise of our community members by recruiting volunteers to be mentors for students and families as they go through the college search and selection process. The Mentors 4 College organization is committed to providing free resources to students and training volunteer mentors from our school community. Please read through the information here about the Mentors 4 College organization and the role of a mentor. You can also visit the Mentors 4 College website for additional information. We believe we have people in our school community with valuable experiences to share so please consider signing up to be a volunteer mentor for other students and families.
If you have questions or you would like to sign up to volunteer, please go to the Mentors 4 College website or contact:
Jenny Marquart (email@example.com 314-808-1155)
Project Graduation Planning Meeting The next Project Graduation Planning meeting will be Wednesday, October 26 at 7:00 in the Commons. Updates on Spiritwear, Main Event and fundraising will be discussed. Anyone interested in helping out is welcome. Hope to see you there. Any questions, please email Anne Vickers firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fall CPA Week Did you know that Fall CPA Week is happening Oct. 24-28? MOCPA will be providing a volunteer member to speak to students about the profession, and opportunities that await those pursuing an exciting career in accounting. Speakers are selected from MOCPA's Professional Outreach Task Force volunteers, as well as local firm partners, and young professionals. LHS will be hosting a speaker on Thursday, Oct. 13 during Academic Networking in the Counseling Conference Room. Students must email Ms. Keegan to sign up.
Kiwanis Gently Used Winter Wear Drive Oct. 24-Nov. 18, 2022 Our school in cooperation with Crestwood-Sunset Hills Kiwanis Club will be collecting new or gently used winter wear items for students in need. Please bring new or gently used coats, mittens, hats, boots,
gloves, scarves, earmuffs, ski masks, snow pants, warm socks, or thermal underwear, and place them in the blue bin that will be in our school lobby. The winter wear drive will take place from Mon Oct. 24- Fri Nov. 18, 2022. Items will benefit students in Lindbergh schools, Meramec, Monroe, and Patrick Henry elementary schools in St. Louis City; and Angels’ Arms just to name a few.
LHS Parent Teacher Group Night at the Blues LHS PTG & Student Council are partnering to bring you LINDBERGH DAY with the ST. LOUIS BLUES!
Join us Sunday, December 11th at 2pm to see the Blues in action against the Avalanche while raising money for Lindbergh High School.
This is also Teacher Appreciation Day! You have the option to purchase a theme ticket that includes a Blues themed Bento box, or a standard ticket without the item.
For every ticked purchased through this offer, including theme tickets, $5 will be divided between the PTG and StuCo.
Tickets are on sale now! If you want to sit with friends, purchase your tickets together! Ticket quantities are limited and based on availability. You will automatically be assigned the best seat in the location you select. Additional fees apply.
Tickets will be distributed at the High School. The date and specifics are TBD, but we will communicate directly with you once we know.
Use the QR code on the flyer to purchase tickets.
(Ignore the search boxes at the top of the ticketing page.)
PTG: Drop It Like It’s Yacht Event
This is going to be a super fun event and we hope you will join us!
Drawing for $500!
When purchasing tickets, attendees, please list any LHS Group or Team that you’d like to see have a chance to win $500!
For every 10 tickets sold for that same Group or Team - they will be placed into a drawing for $500. The winner will be announced at the Dinner Auction on November 12th.
Registration for Tickets, Donations, and Sponsorships: Please use this link or the QR Code on the image below.
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.
Shout OutsSenior Patrick Bartz was named the Southwest Chamber of Commerce Student of the Month for October.
After a slower start, Reese Reinhardt stormed back on day 2 of the state tournament to finish 15th overall and become an All-State Golfer. Great job Reese!!!
Upcoming Events -- Athletics
4:30 PM F Football vs Lafayette
5:00 PM B JV Soccer @ Farmington
6:15 PM JV Football vs Lafayette
6:30 PM B Var Soccer @ Farmington
4:15 PM B Var Swimming Conference at Pattonville
4:30 PM JV Boys Soccer at Fox
4:15 PM B Var Swimming Conference at Pattonville
7:00 PM V Football at Kirkwood
TBD V Boys Soccer Districts
TBD V Boys Cross Country Districts at Arnold Athletic
TBD V Girls Cross Country Districts at Arnold Athletic