Lindbergh High School
April 2, 2023
Parent eNote Week of April 3-9
State Testing: End of Course (EOC) Assessments
The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education requires school districts to administer EOCs as part of the Missouri Assessment Program (MAP). These tests are taken when a student has received instruction on Algebra, English II, BIology, and Government. EOCs will be administered the week of April 17-21 during the hour in which the students have the class. It is important that students are present in their classes during EOC testing. Students in the following courses will be taking an EOC:
Algebra 1 EOC:
Algebra 1, Algebra 1B, Geometry Honors, and Geometry College Prep
Biology, Biology B and Biology Honors
English II EOC:
English II and English II Honors
Government and AP Government
Additional Details for Testing:
Testing Accommodations: Test proctors are available and will provide special testing accommodations and modifications based on student support plans.
Materials provided by the district: Scratch paper, pencils, and online calculators will be available for students on site.
Required materials needed for testing: Students will need to bring a fully charged, district-issued chromebook and headphones or earbuds. (The district can provide earbuds and headphones if needed).
Optional items needed: Calculator, water bottle and additional writing utensils
Cell phones and smartwatches during testing. (Students may have cell phones if they are turned off and put away during testing sessions).
Hand-held music devices
Calculators that connect to the internet.
Portable gaming devices
Summer School Lindbergh's 2023 Summer School program will be held June 5 - July 13, Monday - Thursday at Sperreng Middle School. The summer school booklet is attached which provides more specific details and class offerings (in-person and online). Sign up for Lindbergh's summer school using the following google form link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc-sfLIdbScQqFwrSMDrzc_cUziawYbEdzZHeRIMI-gTNiOuw/viewform
Information is also provided on the last page of the booklet regarding online, asynchronous summer school via Launch (the course list link has been updated).
Interested in St. Louis Community College? Seniors, are you going to St. Louis Community College in the Fall? STLCC Advisors will be visiting LHS on Wednesday, April 19, to help students register for classes. This is a great opportunity for our students. If you would like to attend, you need to apply to STLCC by April 7. If you need help applying schedule an appointment with Ms. Keegan.
Lindbergh Speaker Series: "K-12 Career Development"
6:30 p.m., Tuesday, April 4
What do you want to be when you grow up? Join Lindbergh school counselors to learn about our career development curriculum for students that spans all the way from high school to kindergarten! Elementary, middle and high school counselors will share sample lessons and showcase the career exploration activities we use at all levels, to help prepare students for future success.
Medicaid Renewal: Important Update
MO HealthNet (Missouri Medicaid) is now requiring families to update their addresses and possibly their eligibility every year. Families that do not follow the steps below will be dropped from Medicaid and have to reapply, so it is important that families eligible for Medicaid coverage do the following:
Watch for a letter in the mail. Renewal letters should arrive between April 2023 and April 2024. You will need to follow the instructions on the letter you receive to complete the process.
For more information, please visit https://mydss.mo.gov/renew.
Celebrate Lindbergh Leaders at Banquet on April 14
Congratulations to this year’s class of Lindbergh Leaders! These deserving individuals will be honored during a banquet on April 14, at Royale Orleans, and all members of the Lindbergh community are invited to attend. Tickets are $35 and may be purchased by clicking the link below.
The Lindbergh Leader Award is the district's highest honor in recognition of leadership and service, and we are proud to celebrate these outstanding individuals.
Foundation Junior Board: Last Chance to Apply!
The Lindbergh Schools Foundation is seeking applicants for their Foundation Junior Board. Students who are currently in grades 8-11 are invited to apply to be a part of next year's board. Applications are due by Tuesday, April 4.
Board Approves New School Start Times for 2023-24 School Year
The Lindbergh Schools Board of Education has approved new school day hours for the 2023-24 school year that support more instructional time in the morning for elementary students, reduce traffic and improve safety on the high school campus by eliminating middle school shuttles, and add five minutes of morning time for secondary students who ride the bus. These changes were recommended by the School Start Times Task Force in response to feedback from parents, staff and students.
2023-24 School Start Times
Elementary school: 8:45 a.m. - 3:35 p.m.
Middle school: 8 a.m. - 3 p.m.
High school: 7:45 a.m. - 2:45 p.m.
Over the last few years, the district has researched and implemented new school start and end times to better meet the developmental and learning needs of students. A summary of the task force’s work and recommendation was discussed at the January Board of Education Workshop.
While Lindbergh Early Childhood Education’s hours of operation will not change, they are reviewing options surrounding instructional time to reduce congestion on the high school campus. More information will be available at a later date.
Respect Neighboring Property Students, please be respectful of all property in and around our neighborhood. When property owners put up fencing around their property, that is a sign that you should stay off of their property. Even if they don’t, you should not be cutting through the yards or driveways of other individuals. You risk citation for trespassing by the local police.
Dropping Off Food at the Commons Parents, please do not drop off food to students at the Commons. It makes it difficult for us to maintain safety when we have students leaving and trying to reenter doors that are supposed to remain locked during the day. Any student or item dropped off during the school day MUST go through our attendance office.
Inside Scoop: Selective College Admissions Tips Thinking about applying to selective colleges? Wondering what you need to do in high school to be prepared for the rigor of college classes and the selective college application process? Join us for our April webinar on the Selective College Admissions process. An admissions rep from the University of Miami will share information about the holistic review process, test optional policies, how selective colleges count college credit and AP courses, the difference between Early Decision, Early Action and Regular Admissions, and other helpful tips for high school students. Whether you are a freshman, sophomore or junior, this will be valuable information for you to hear as part of your college research. Register below.
Go to the Mentors 4 College website to sign up to work with a mentor and to see slides/recordings of our previous webinars. We are happy to help all students--and our support is completely free.
Mentors 4 College Zoom Webinar: Thursday, April 13; 5:30-6:00 pm CDT
Inside Scoop: Selective College Admissions Tips
Register here for the webinar:
Lindbergh HOSA did a phenomenal job at the HOSA State Leadership Conference! and received several awards. Here are the results!
Melissa Calzadillas - 3rd place Dental Terminology
Vihaan Choudhary - 1st place Researched Persuasive Writing and Speaking, 2nd place Human Heredity
Melissa Ellison - 1st place Nursing Assisting
Vernon Lin - 2nd place General Chemistry
Ava Pappas - Top 5 Behavioral Health
Adam Spree - 1st place Biology, 2nd place Nutrition, Service Award Gold Level
Madi Sweet - 2nd place Medical Terminology
Diep Tran - Top 5 College Physics
Madi, Adam, Vihaan, Melissa Ellison, and Melissa Calzadillas are moving on to the International Leadership Conference in Dallas in June. Please congratulate these students!
Several students from our Journalism programs (Newsmagazine, Broadcast, Broadcast Sports Marketing and Yearbook) earned recognition from MIJA (the Missouri scholastic journalism organization) at the state conference held at Mizzou on Wednesday.
Please congratulate seniors Micah Truelove-Herrick (Broadcast Sports Marketing Editor-in-Chief) and Elowyn Wells (Pilot Newsmagazine Editor-in-Chief) for being named to the 2023 Missouri All-State Journalism team. They are two of just ten students statewide to earn MIJA's highest individual honor.
In individual contests, several students were awarded the top rating, winning Best of Show:
Yearbook Overall Theme - Grace Herzog and Bethany Goodson
Yearbook Writing, Junior Portraits - Lydia Hines
Yearbook Academic Spread, School/Life Balance - Tina Safron, Adrian Mruckovski, Lilly Ackland
Yearbook Sports Photography, Soccer - Lauren Clausner
Additional students earned recognition in individual contests:
Broadcast News Feature, Finals Changes - Cole Bailey, Emma Sprung, Greg Derrington
Newsmagazine News Feature, Digital Footprint - Elizabeth Cleary
Newsmagazine Op-Ed, Pricing Perspective - Natalie Van
Yearbook Academic Photo, Fine Arts - Ava Vaughan
Yearbook Student Life Photo, Pep Assembly - McKenzie Brown
Yearbook Student Life Spread, Pink Out - McKenzie Brown, Ellie Rademacher, Rylee Leisure
Yearbook Traditional Spread, Marching band - Savannah Millheim, Cheney Pham, Megan Krippner
Yearbook Student Life Photo, Fall play - Oliver Barrera
Honorable Mention rating
Yearbook Student Life Photo, Band - Megan Krippner
Yearbook News Photo, Blood drive - Ashlyn Schrader
Newsmagazine Artwork/Illustration, Bread club - Lavia Raof
Overall News Broadcast, Flyers News - Charley Luczak and Joey Haberberger, Staff
Newspaper Inside Pages, Mice in the Building - Lavia Raof
Yearbook Specialty Design, Student profile - Lizzie Rapp, Lizzie Jackson, Emma Meyer, Grace Herzog, Bethany Goodson
The following seniors were also named to the MIJA Honor Roll. The honor is given to student journalists who have achieved a 3.75 or higher grade point average and have worked in student media for two or more years:
McKenzie Brown, Yearbook
Tina Nguyen, Yearbook
Grace Herzog, Yearbook
Micah Truelove-Herrick, Broadcast Sports Marketing
MIJA contests were entered by 51 high schools from around the state. Published materials from our newsmagazine, broadcast news show and yearbook were entered into individual categories. One entry from each category is awarded Best of Show. 50-60% of entries are given No Award, the next 10% are awarded Honorable Mention, the next 10% are awarded Excellent, the next 10% are given Superior, and the top 10% are given All-Missouri.
Upcoming Events -- Athletics (4/3/23 - 4/8/23)
3:30 PM JV Boys Golf vs Fox at Quail Creek
4:00 PM JV Boys Tennis vs Oakville
4:00 PM V Boys Tennis vs Oakville
4:15 PM JV Girls Soccer vs Union
4:15 PM JV Baseball at Seckman
4:15 PM V Baseball vs Seckman
4:15 PM F Girls Soccer at Rockwood Summit
4:30 PM F Boys Volleyball at Kirkwood
4:30 PM JV Boys Volleyball at Kirkwood
5:45 PM V Boys Volleyball at Kirkwood
6:00 PM V Girls Soccer vs Union
3:30 PM V Boys Golf vs Webster Groves at Quail Creek
4:15 PM V Baseball vs Webster Groves
4:15 PM F Baseball at St. Dominic
4:15 PM V Girls Lacrosse vs Visitation
4:30 PM JV Boys Water Polo at Kirkwood
4:30 PM JV Baseball at Webster Groves
5:30 PM V Boys Water Polo at Kirkwood
5:30 PM JV Girls Lacrosse vs Visitation
6:30 PM Girls Water Polo at Kirkwood
8:00 AM V Boys Golf in Farmington Tournament at Crowne Pointe GC
3:30 PM JV Boys Golf vs Parkway SOuth at Crescent Farms Golf Club
4:15 PM JV Baseball vs Mehlville
4:15 PM V Baseball at Mehlville
4:30 PM F Baseball at Webster Groves
4:15 PM F Girls Soccer at Lafayette
4:15 PM JV Boys Tennis at Lafayette
4:30 PM Boys Track and FIeld at Eureka
4:30 PM JV Boys Volleyball at Webster Groves
4:30 PM V Boys Tennis vs Lafayette
5:30 PM V Boys Volleyball at Webster Groves
6:00 PM V Girls Soccer at Lafayette
6:30 PM Girls Water Polo at Marquette
V Boys Tennis in Holt Tournament
4:00 PM JV Girls Soccer vs Cor Jesu
4:15 PM F Baseball vs Northwest
4:15 PM JV Baseball vs Northwest
4:30 PM V Baseball at Northwest
5:45 PM V Girls Soccer vs Cor Jesu
V Boys Tennis in Holt Tournament
Girls Track and Field at Northwest
V Boys Volleyball in Rockwood Summit Tournament
11:00 AM JV Boys Water Polo vs Ladue
12:00 PM V Boys Water Polo vs Ladue
Academy Cardinals Fundraiser LHS Academy is selling tickets for its annual fundraiser to assist with field trips and educational programs. We would greatly appreciate your support in our fundraising efforts and you'll get to enjoy a fun day cheering on the Cardinals at Busch Stadium.
Seats are located in Left Field Porch 3 (LP3). Price is listed for each game. Photo?
Saturday, April 15 v. Pittsburgh Pirates $35
*promotional giveaway: a hat saluting Jackie Robinson’s career
*deadline to order is March 28th
*only 100 tickets available
Link to order: https://bit.ly/April152023
Saturday, September 16 v. Philadelphia Phillies $35
*promotional giveaway: Ozzie Smith “Wizard” Bobblehead (pic not available yet)
*deadline to order is August 29th
*only 100 tickets available
Link to order: https://bit.ly/Sept162023
Sunday, October 1 v. Cincinnati Reds $40
*promotional giveaway: Adam Wainwright item to celebrate his legendary career & final year playing at Busch Stadium
*deadline to order is September 12th
*only 60 tickets available
Link to order: https://bit.ly/Oct12023
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!