Lindbergh Early Childhood Education
January 27, 2023
Have a Wonderful Weekend!!
The most important things that we teach here at ECE are the behaviors needed for strong social emotional ability. Both schools, ECE West and ECE Center, have the same expectations, and all of the classrooms follow those expectations. They help students gain big skills in learning self-control and self-regulation.
We are sharing these with you, in partnership, so that you can help to further extend the use of these common universal expectations while your students are outside of the classroom.
We will choose one of the three expectations each month. The expectations are a part of a book that we read in the classrooms. The current expectation, along with the past expectation(s) will be posted at the front of the school entry area on a display to complete the book.
Our Universal Expectations are:
Use gentle hands and take turns
Use quiet voices and listening ears
Use walking feet and keep your feet on the ground
Stay with your buddy and help clean up
Be a buddy and play together
Use kind words and helping hands
If you would like a copy of these expectations at home to match what we use at school, you can access them at this link. Your students know this social story very well!
Look for the first one on February 1st!
Foundation Thank-A-Staff Member: Send A Little Love
Show Some Lindbergh Love! Make a donation of $10 or more to the Lindbergh Schools Foundation, and we will send a popcorn treat and personalized Valentine to the Lindbergh staff member of your choice! Order early as popcorn quantities are limited!
LHS Representatives Share Student Voice with Board of Education
Congratulations to Lindbergh High School students, senior Althea Bartz-Willis and junior Adam Spree, who are serving as student representatives on the Lindbergh Schools Board of Education. The student representative program is new this year and was created in an effort to enhance student voice and expand student representation in district governance. Board President Jennifer Miller said both student representatives were selected for their involvement at school, leadership roles and experiences that lend themselves to represent student voices. We are proud to have them represent our student voices!
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student IEP Information Night Jan. 31
The Lindbergh Parent Advisory Council (LPAC) is presenting a series of informational nights to support families of students with an Individual Education Plan. You are invited to attend the second meeting in this series, from 6-7 p.m., Jan. 31, at Lindbergh Central Office, to learn about the Assistive Technology consultation process and to participate in demonstrations of universal tools available to all students who have an IEP. Examples will be provided for low- and high-tech Assistive Technology options that can be used in both the home and school environments.
Lindbergh Leader Nominations Open Monday, Jan. 9
Nominations open on Monday, Jan. 9, for the Lindbergh Leader Award, our district’s highest honor recognizing excellence in leadership and service. Any community member may nominate an individual for this distinguished award, and nominations will be accepted until 4 p.m., Jan. 27, 2022.
To nominate an individual for the 2023 Lindbergh Leader Award, click here
Questions? Please visit go.lindberghschools.ws/leaders