Principal News

Lindbergh High School

February 5, 2023

Parent eNote Week of February 6-12

Parking along Lindbergh Boulevard This is another reminder to all parents that parking on the shoulder of Lindbergh Boulevard in front of Lindbergh High School is a violation of the law. Further, it creates dangerous situations for those who are trying to pull out onto Lindbergh during dismissal. Parking on this shoulder, even briefly, could result in you getting ticketed by the St. Louis County Police

Parking in Handicap Spots Please help us to protect handicap parking spots for students who need them. We have multiple students who need loading space to get into their vehicles in front of the auditorium. We ask that those picking up only park in these spots if they are picking up a student who requires the space.

Black History Month Spirit Week The LHS Black Student Union will be kicking off Black History Month with a spirit week this week. Please see the information below.
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LHS Curriculum Night and Scheduling for the 2023-24 School Year Underclassmen and Parents, the scheduling process will begin soon for next school year. All of this kicks off with our annual Curriculum Night at LHS. This event is targeted mostly at current 8th graders. However, all families are welcome to attend and ask questions about the curriculum options at LHS. This is a great opportunity to learn about our many offerings and to find out what is best for your child. See the information below that will be shared with all 8th grade families.

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FBLA CRUSH Event It's time to show some #LindberghLove!! Send a CRUSH to your CRUSH! Lindbergh FBLA will help you make the day of someone special:) For only $2, a can of Crush soda and a note will be delivered to your recipient on Tuesday February 14, 2023. All money raised will benefit March of Dimes. Click here to order yours and spread some LOVE! Sales close Friday, February 10.

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Equity in Education Night For the second year, students in our CAPP (College Advice Preparation and Peer Tutoring) club is hosting an Equity in Education Night on March 1st. Information can be found here EventBrite link and on the photo below.
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Hey Lindbergh! Got Talent?? Yes, it's back! The Lindbergh High School Talent Show ("Lindbergh's Got Talent") will take place on Friday, April 21st. We're calling all singers, dancers, jugglers, magicians, contortionists, tumblers, and more to show us what you've got! Can you solve a rubix cube in under 10 seconds? Balance a chair on your head? Tap dance? Rap? Mime, yodel, or play the kazoo while riding a unicycle?? We want to see it! Audition registration for individuals and groups opens Monday, February 13th. And YES- there IS a STAFF category!! Oh, did we mention there will be a CASH prize for the winners? Scan the QR code on the image below or go to for more information.
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Ultimate Frisbee Students interested in Ultimate Frisbee please see the information below.

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League of Women Voters Voter Registration Drive Please see below for information about our upcoming voter registration, hosted by the League of Women Voters.

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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!

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Sora Reading App Gives Students Access to Library Content Online

Our district is committed to bringing unique learning opportunities to our students, and we are pleased to introduce a new student reading app called Sora that provides students with access to read digital books. The collection of titles in Sora is an extension of Lindbergh’s physical libraries, in an app format that provides 24/7 access to ebooks and audiobooks. In addition, our partnership includes access to the St. Louis County Library’s Juvenile collection as well. Sora can help students of all ages read more and improve comprehension. Students of all abilities and interest levels can benefit from this service.

Learn more about SORA by reading the attached PDF.

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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!

2023-24 New Student Registration Opens on Feb. 6

It's almost time for incoming kindergarten students to register for the 2023-24 school year! Elementary schools will be registering students beginning the week of Feb. 6.

It is very important that new families do not begin the registration process before Feb. 6, because the district is moving to a new student information system and will not be using the current SIS Portal for new families.

For more information, please visit

Registration Dates

  • Feb. 6-10: Concord

  • Feb. 13-17: Long

  • Feb. 21-24: Crestwood

  • Feb. 27-March 3: Kennerly

  • March 6-10: Dressel

  • March 13-17: Sappington

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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

Disney's Beauty and the Beast Get Your tickets now for our Winter Musical! Presented By Lindbergh High School Thespians

Feb 23rd 2023, 7:00 PM

Feb 24th 2023, 7:00 PM

Feb 25th 2023, 2:00 PM

Feb 25th 2023, 8:00 PM

Purchasing Link

CTE Month and Crush Soda Fundraiser Every February, the Career Technical Education community celebrates CTE Month® to raise awareness of the role that CTE has in readying learners for college and career success. CTE Month is also a time to recognize and celebrate the achievements and accomplishments of our CTE partners at the local, state and national level. CTE Month is supported by a variety of CTE groups and organized by the Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE). Lindbergh offers Business, Marketing, Project Lead The Way Engineering, Project Lead The Way Biomed, and Family & Consumer Science programs.

February also celebrates Future Business Leaders of America, the Career Technical Student Organization for Business minded students, from February 5-11.

FBLA Co-President, Cooper Terrill applied for a Proclamation honoring this week as FBLA week in the state of Missouri. Governor Parson accepted Cooper’s request in support of all of Missouri’s FBLA chapters and sent the Lindbergh chapter an official proclamation with his signature.

In honor of FBLA Week, Lindbergh will sell Crush Soda’s for Valentine's Day with all proceeds going to our local March of Dimes. They are having a Course informational meeting on Tuesday 2/7 for underclassmen to learn about FBLA & courses supporting finance, economics, informational technology and careers during A lunch in room 329. Thursday they will host a Chapter meeting with Lindbergh Schools Administrative team talking about leadership.

Every day will have a Spirit theme: Monday-Team Jersey; Tuesday-Walking Billboard; Wednesday- Dress professional; Thursday-Support a nonprofit; Friday-Blue & gold.

LHS Electives Fair LHS will host an LHS Electives Fair on Tuesday, February 14th during Power Lunch in Flyers Gym. This will be a great opportunity for students to learn about potential electives they can take next year.

Student Election Workers Needed On April 4th, St. Louis County voters will choose candidates and decide on ballot issues for local public entities during the General Municipal Election. To administer such elections in Missouri, we need Student Election Judges to work at more than 200 polling places throughout the county and we’re hoping that Lindbergh High School Community can once again help the Board of Elections meet this need.

Election Judges set up the polling place, manage the voting process, and secure the ballots for collection at the Election Board. They are truly the “backbone” of the election system. High School Student Election Judges greatly contribute to this effort by (in a non-partisan capacity) supporting these Election Judges in administering elections. While students can choose between receiving 16 hours of community service or a stipend of $170 for their work, 15-year-olds can only receive community service hours.

We also encourage any seniors who are 18 years of age to consider serving as official Election Judges, where additional training is required and compensation for pay, or service hours is higher. I can provide you information on the regular Election Judge program as well.

Below is a flyer about the program that can be shared on various communication platforms.

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Drop it Like It's Yacht Event Please click on the link below to purchase tickets to what is going to be an outstanding and fun event for the Lindbergh community!

Get your boarding passes now, before it is too late!

Be sure to list your favorite LHS Group or Team at checkout to enter them into a drawing for $500!

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Project Graduation Tickets Available Seniors…Tickets are now available to purchase for the post-graduation party.

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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Shout Outs

Exciting news from Orlando: The LHS Varsity Flyerettes Dance Team made it to Finals in both Kick and Pom at this year's UDA Nationals. They ended up finishing 15th in Kick while earning a 5th Place overall finish in Pom. Later this evening, the JV Flyerettes will be competing in the Finals for JV Pom. Congratulations to all of the athletes, coaches, and parents who helped to make this successful trip possible!

Upcoming Events -- Athletics (2/6/23 - 2/11/23)

Tuesday: (2/7)

4:00 PM F Girls Basketball vs Marquette

4:00 PM F Boys Basketball vs Ladue

5:30 PM JV Boys Basketball vs Ladue

5:30 PM V Girls Basketball vs Marquette

7:00 PM JV Girls Basketball vs Parkway North

7:00 PM V Boys Basketball vs Ladue

Friday: (2/10)

4:15 PM F Girls Basketball at Rockwood Summit

4:15 PM F Boys Basketball vs Parkway West

4:15 PM JV Boys Basketball vs Parkway West

5:00 PM Girls Wrestling in District Championships at Northwest (Day 1)

5:30 PM JV Girls Wrestling at Rockwood Summit

6:00 PM V Boys Basketball vs Parkway West

7:00 PM V Girls Basketball at Rockwood Summit

Saturday: (2/11)

9:00 AM Girls Wrestling in District Championships at Northwest (Day 2)

11:30 AM JV Girls Basketball in Marquette Tournament vs Marquette

1:00 PM JV Boys Basketball in Marquette Tournament vs Holt

Fundraisers and Community Events

Strolling Strings Fundraiser Looking for a fun date night or night out with friends while supporting a Lindbergh High School student group? There are still spots remaining for The Strolling Strings Adult Fundraiser! Secure your spots Friday Feb 10 or Sat Feb 11 before they fill up and help our Strolling Strings get to Austin this summer! Information can be found here:

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