Principal e-Note

Long Elementary School

A Note From Dr. Phillips and Dr. Mach

We have had a great start of the school year! Students have been working hard getting into the routines in and around school, digging into their learning, and continuing to build relationships. If you are looking for ways to continue to support your student(s), here are just a few ideas:

  • Ask them about particular questions about their day (you can use your teacher's weekly communication to ask questions about their learning focus in each subject)
  • Discuss peer relationships - Are they making new friends, How might they be solving problems
  • Talk to them about the school-wide expectations.
  • Ask them about our core values at Long

9/14-Wear clothes with dots on them for our annua dot day celebration.

9/15- Picture Day

9/17-Long PTO St. Louis City SC 2 Game

9/20-PTO Meeting-Special Guest Dr. Lake

9/29- No School Professional Learning Day

CAPP Program

On Wednesday, September 11-15, we will be having our annual CAPP (Child Abuse Prevention Program) lesson. Presenters will be here from the Jewish Family Services to teach safe and non-threatening lessons to students about body safety, the warning signs of child abuse and safe internet skills, using developmentally-appropriate and empowering activities. For more information on specific objectives, you can click HERE. If you wish for your child NOT to participate, there will be an “Opt Out Form” sent home the week before the presentation. If you have any further questions, please contact school counselors, Mrs. Maddock or Mrs. Beuckman.

Kim Maddock

Grades K,2, and 5

314-729-2400 x 5520

Emily Beuckman

Grades 1, 3, and 4

314-729-2400 x 5521

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Counselor's Corner


Welcome back to the 23-24 school year! We are excited to work with your student(s) again. This year we started off our counseling lessons talking about I Care Language and Timely Tools. This is a peaceful way to use our words to solve small problems. There are 4 steps to I Care Language:

  1. Say the person’s name John,

  2. Say how you feel I feel sad

  3. Say why you feel that way because you took the ball from me

  4. Say what you want them to do I want you to give it back.

If the students disagree as to whose ball it is, then they can pick a Timely Tool, which is a game of chance, to solve the problem. Some Timely Tools include:

  1. Rock, Paper, Scissors

  2. Pick a number

  3. Giant, Wizard, Elf

  4. Spin the pencil

  5. Flip a coin

  6. Bubble gum, bubble gum in a dish

  7. Take turns

  8. Walk away

  9. Apologize

  10. Share

Please ask your student(s) about this and practice at home! As always, if you have any questions or concerns regarding your student(s) academic, social, emotional development, please reach out. We would be happy to help in any way that we can.

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Long PTO Updates

Dine Out with Mod Pizza

Mod Pizza

Sept 14th


338 S Kirkwood Rd

Kirkwood, MO 63122

Use code: MODGIVE25


Long Elementary School PTO will receive 25% of fundraiser sales* during this fundraiser. Participate on Sep 14, 2023 by ordering online using the code MODGIVES25 or by visiting this MOD location and showing this fundraiser flyer or mentioning the fundraiser at checkout..



Order online at or with the MOD app and apply this digital code.

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Register for Trunk or Treat

If you’d like to decorate your trunk, you can register at the following link to join in on the fun! Register your trunk HERE

Nominate a Special Lindbergh Teacher for #TeacherProud Tuesday

Calling all students, parents, and community members: Lindbergh Schools wants your nominations for #TeacherProud Tuesday! Tell us about a teacher who works in our schools who has made a difference in your life, and they might be selected to be featured on social media as part of #TeacherProud Tuesday, a statewide social media initiative that is designed to recognize outstanding teachers and promote public education. On the second Tuesday of each month, Missouri school districts will recognize a #TeacherProud Tuesday honoree for going above and beyond, and making a difference in the lives of students.

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Your Voice Matters: Strategic Plan Community Events

Lindbergh Schools invites all parents, staff and Lindbergh community members to participate in one of four community engagement events during the week of Sept. 11. Feedback collected during these events will inform the development of the district's next five-year strategic plan.

We want to hear from as many members of the community as possible, so please share this invitation and make every effort to attend one of the following events during the week of Sept. 11. We appreciate your feedback and support!

What: Lindbergh Strategic Planning Community Engagement Events

  • When: 5 p.m. and 7 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 12

  • Location: Truman Middle School cafeteria, 12225 Eddie and Park Road

  • When: 5 p.m. and 7 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 14

  • Location: Sperreng Middle School cafeteria, 12111 Tesson Ferry Road

Gifted Association of Missouri Virtual Speaker Series: Parenting Gifted Children 7-8 p.m., Sept. 18

Please join us as Aisha Hasan speaks on the topic of “Parenting Gifted Children.” Parenting is hard, and parenting a gifted child has unique challenges. Learn about the important role parents play, the unexpected traits that can make parenting gifted children easier (empathy, gratitude, and mindset), and how to create a support network to enhance and empower your parenting skills.

LPAC Speaker Series: Promoting Equity in Special Education 6-7 p.m., Sept. 20

Please join us for LPAC's first virtual presentation of the year, featuring guest speakers Dr. Sheriah Mason, director of inclusion, equity and diversity for Lindbergh Schools; and Dr. Michael Maclin, executive director of equity for Special School District. LPAC is the Lindbergh Parent Advisory Council for special education.

Lindbergh Distinguished Awards Banquet 6 p.m., Wednesday, Sept 27

The Lindbergh community is invited to join the Lindbergh High School Alumni Association for a special evening, as we celebrate this year’s Distinguished Alumni, Distinguished Educators, and Hall of Fame Athletes!

Lindbergh Schools Foundation Community Breakfast Sponsorships

The Lindbergh Schools Foundation will host its fourth annual Community Breakfast on Friday, Oct. 27, and they are looking for businesses and families who would like to sponsor this community event! All proceeds benefit Lindbergh students and staff.

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