Principal News

Lindbergh High School

September 18, 2022

Parent eNote Week of September 19-25

No School on Friday There will be no school on Friday, September 23rd. It is a professional learning/training day for our staff.

Drop Offs of Items for Students Parents, please help us to keep our campus safe. Any items that are dropped off during the day, including lunches, must be taken to the attendance office in the auditorium. We cannot have students going in and out of the locked doors by the Commons. If you have to bring something to the high school during the day, please bring it to the attendance office.

Counseling Newsletter Please click on this link to see the Counseling office Newsletter.

Calling in for Attendance Attendance lines with answering machines are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. You may contact the school and leave a message at the following numbers:

9th Grade: 314-729-2415

10th Grade: 314-729-2416

11th Grade: 314-729-2417

12th Grade: 314-729-2418

PTG Group Information The PTG Board of Directors met this past Tuesday evening the 13th and approved a Budget for the 2022-23 school year. In addition, some changes and updates (the green highlighted areas) were made to our Bylaws. These documents require the approval of the LHS PTG General Assembly (LHS Parents, Guardians, and LHS Teachers). You can vote on only 1 or on both documents. Each person is allowed only 1 vote. A simple majority of voters will decide these votes. For more information and to vote, click here:

Interested in learning more about the LHS Parent Teacher Group? Click here or find us on the Lindbergh High School website under the Family tab.

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 ticket 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.)

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GLA and EOC Results Now Available in SIS Portal The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) publishes a Guide to Interpreting Results that provides additional details about the content of the Individual Student Reports. This guide is available on the DESE website.

To access your students EOC results on the SIS Portal:

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

    1. Note: your email address on file is your username.

    2. If you have forgotten your password, please select FORGOT PASSWORD on the Parent Tab.

  1. Under Current Academics (left side menu), select Assessments

  1. Select EOC, and then select the name of the EOC assessment to expand the row.

If you have any questions, please contact your student’s principal.

Device Protection Plan Reminder

As a reminder, all students in grades 4-12 who are not signed up for Lindbergh’s device protection plan will be fined the full cost of any damage, loss, or theft of their device and accessories.

To sign up online:

  1. Go to

  2. Click on the Technology square.

  3. Click Add Student; enter your student’s 10-digit Student ID and Last Name.

  4. Click on Optional Fees to add the device protection plan to your cart.

  5. Follow steps to check out.

Families may also pay with cash or a check (made payable to Lindbergh Schools) at your student’s school office.

Contact for further assistance.

Please note that intentional damage to the device or accessories is not covered by this protection plan.

Board of Education Community Meet and Greet

6 p.m., Monday, Oct. 3

Lindbergh Schools Central Office

The Lindbergh Schools Board of Education invites families, staff and community members to attend an informal meet-and-greet event at 6 p.m., Monday, Oct. 3, at Lindbergh Schools Central Office, 9350 Sappington Road.

This open house style event will provide district residents with an opportunity to get to know board members, have conversations, and share feedback directly with the Board of Education.

For more information, please contact Andrea Hosenfelt, executive administrative assistant to the superintendent and Board of Education, at 314-729-2400, ext. 8600, or
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Now Hiring! Substitute Teachers

Our students and staff need you! Lindbergh Schools offers competitive pay rates for substitute teachers. Enjoy these benefits and apply to become a part of our local school communities:

  • Starting at $15 per hour / $105 per day

  • Mid-Term Substitute (after 15 days worked per semester): $110 per day

  • Retiree Substitute (Lindbergh Schools retired teachers): $115 per day

  • Long-Term Substitute: $170 per day on day 31, now with retroactive pay

  • Great Opportunity for Classroom Experience

  • Build Relationships with Administrators and Staff

  • Click Here to Apply

Now Hiring Custodians

Lindbergh Schools Maintenance and Facilities Department is seeking to fill Custodial positions to help clean and maintain our schools. We offer competitive pay rates and benefits. Apply today to become a part of our Lindbergh community!

Click Here to Apply
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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LPAC Meeting: Strategies to Improve Students’ Executive Functioning

6-7 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 27 - Lindbergh Schools Central Office

The Lindbergh Parent Advisory Council invites you to attend “Strategies to Improve Students’ Executive Functioning” on Tuesday, Sept. 27. Presenters Cyndy and Austin Vincent will provide specific, actionable strategies to help parents and students navigate the school year with less stress and more success. Executive functioning

refers to the skills that successful students and workers need such as time

management, paying attention, and planning/prioritizing.

Cyndy Vincent, Speech and Language Pathologist and special education

educator, has worked with students at Lindbergh Schools for 20+ years. Austin

Vincent, Cyndy’s son and an electronics engineer who also has autism, has

taught students and mentored professionals by teaching strategies to

navigate school and the workforce more effectively

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Family Safety Summit

6 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 22

All parents and caregivers are invited to attend the Lindbergh Safety Summit from 6-7 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 22, in the Lindbergh High School auditorium. This learning opportunity will raise awareness and assist our community in preventing, planning for, responding to and recovering from an emergency or crisis that may happen at, near or within our schools.

Yearbook Timeline and Purchase Information Here are the fliers and deadline for purchasing yearbooks and senior ads. Include Flyer

Deadline to purchase a senior ad is Friday, October 14.

Deadline to purchase a yearbook is Friday, January 27.

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Upcoming Events -- Athletics (9/18/22 - 9/24/22)

Monday: (9/19)

3:30 PM V Girls Golf vs Rockwood Summit at Quail Creek Golf Course SENIOR NIGHT

4:00 PM JV Girls Tennis vs Mehlville

4:00 PM V Girls Tennis at Mehlville

4:15 PM JV Softball vs Rockwood Summit

4:15 PM V Softball at Rockwood Summit

4:15 PM F Football at Pattonville

4:30 PM F Boys Soccer at DeSmet

4:30 PM F Girls Volleyball vs Ursuline

4:30 PM JV Girls Volleyball vs Ursuline

5:45 PM V Girls Volleyball vs Ursuline

6:00 PM JV Field Hockey vs Cor Jesu

6:15 PM JV Football at Pattonville

7:00 PM V Field Hockey vs Cor Jesu

Tuesday: (9/20)

3:45 PM JV Girls Golf vs Rockwood Summit at Crescent Farms Golf Course

4:00 PM F Boys Soccer in the Rockwood Summit Tournament

4:15 PM JV Boys Soccer vs Oakville

4:30 PM F Girls Volleyball vs Parkway South

4:30 PM JV Girls Volleyball vs Parkway South

4:30 PM JV Girls Tennis at Marquette

4:30 PM V Girls Tennis vs Marquette

5:30 PM V Girls Volleyball vs Parkway South

6:00 PM V Boys Soccer vs Oakville

Wednesday: (9/21)

3:30 PM JV Girls Golf vs Parkway Central at Four Seasons Golf Course

4:00 PM F Boys Soccer in the Rockwood Summit Tournament

4:15 PM JV Softball at Hazelwood West

4:15 PM V Field Hockey vs MICDS

4:15 PM V Softball vs Mehlville

5:30 PM JV Field Hockey vs MICDS

Thursday: (9/22)

3:30 PM V Girls Golf vs Mehlville at Columbia Golf Course

4:00 PM F Boys Soccer in the Rockwood Summit Tournament

4:00 PM JV Girls Tennis vs Eureka

4:15 PM JV Softball vs Parkway North

4:15 PM F Girls Volleyball at Lafayette

4:15 PM JV Girls Volleyball at Lafayette

4:15 PM JV Boys Soccer vs Kirkwood

4:15 PM V Boys Soccer at Kirkwood

4:15 PM V Girls Tennis at Eureka

4:15 PM Boys Swim and Dive vs Eureka

4:30 PM V Softball at Parkway North

5:30 PM V Girls Volleyball at Lafayette

Friday: (9/23)

4:30 PM V Field Hockey vs Oakville

4:15 PM JV Softball vs Oakville

4:15 PM V Softball at Oakville

5:45 PM JV Field Hockey vs Oakville

7:00 PM V Football at Rockwood Summit

Saturday: (9/24)

9:00 AM Boys Cross Country in the Hickman Invitational

9:00 AM Girls Cross Country in the Hickman Invitational

9:00 AM JV Field Hockey vs Clayton

10:30 AM V field Hockey vs Clayton

Fundraisers and Community Events
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