Long Elementary School
A Note From Dr. Phillips and Dr. Mach
9/4-No School Labor Day
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
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.
Grades K,2, and 5
314-729-2400 x 5520
Grades 1, 3, and 4
314-729-2400 x 5521
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
Please Check Infinite Campus for Bus Route Changes
As we enter the third week of school, it is important that all families who use bus transportation log in to Infinite Campus on Monday, Sept. 5, and check their student’s pickup and drop-off times, and bus stop location. Routes will be adjusted this weekend, with updated information available on Monday, Sept. 5.
During the first weeks of school, the district works closely with our transportation provider First Student to make adjustments to bus routes, add new riders and create a schedule that is efficient, safe and reliable. Some minor adjustments may be possible as a result.
A good rule of thumb is to allow about 10 minutes of flexibility from the scheduled pickup and drop-off times, in case a bus is running early or taking a few extra minutes to arrive.
Lindbergh Speaker Series: "Navigating Infinite Campus"
This short presentation is designed to help families navigate Lindbergh’s new Student Information System, Infinite Campus. Learn how to use the most common features on your desktop computer or mobile device.
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.
Lynn Bilyeu, Administrative Assistant
Dr. Christina Phillips, Principal
Dr. Allie Mach, Assistant Principal
Kim Maddock, Counselor
Emily Bono, Counselor
Amanda Klahs, Nurse