Lindbergh High School
March 12, 2023
Parent eNote Week of March 6-12
LHS Summer School Lindbergh's 2023 Summer School program will be held June 5 - July 13, Monday - Thursday at Sperreng Middle School. The summer school booklet is attached which provides more specific details and class offerings (in-person and online). Summer school registration will open on Monday, March 13 using the following google form link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc-sfLIdbScQqFwrSMDrzc_cUziawYbEdzZHeRIMI-gTNiOuw/viewform
Information is also provided on the last page of the booklet regarding online, asynchronous summer school via Launch.
Reminder:Daylight Saving Time Begins Don’t forget to spring those clocks forward one hour!
Prom Tickets For Sale Prom ticket sales begin this week on March 14th. In-person, cash-only sales will be after school outside the library on the 14th-16th. Students should see Mr. Piontek in room 230 after those dates. Online, credit/debit sales will run from March 14th to April 11th. Tickets are $75 on the 14th and go up to $85 after. All sales are final. Students should look for emails from Mr. Piontek for more information. Please contact email@example.com for any questions.
Click the link for the website below. It will be live for sales on the 14th.
For Those Interested in Architecture Chris Moon,Landscape Architect, will be visiting LHS on Thursday, March 16, during Academic Networking in the Counseling Conference Room to speak to students about the profession and opportunities that await those pursuing an exciting career in landscape architecture. Landscape architecture involves the planning, design, management, and nurturing of the built and natural environments. Students must email Ms. Keegan to sign up.
Students Walking to School If you walk to school and use Maple Lane, please be considerate to the residents that live in the neighborhoods around our school. If you are cutting through someone's property or if you do any kind of damage to someone's property, you will be subject to potential consequences from law enforcement. The same is true if you intentionally walk in a way that impedes traffic along a private road. If you walk from this direction and can avoid this street altogether by going around the fence by Lindbergh Boulevard, that would be even better. It is vital that you respect the privacy and property of our local neighbors. Please always behave in a way that represents the high qualities of responsibility, respect, and caring that I see with such regularity at our school.
Board of Education Candidate Forum is March 13
The League of Women Voters of Metro St. Louis will host a candidate forum for Lindbergh Schools Board of Education candidates on Monday, March 13 at 6:30 p.m. in the boardroom at Central Office.
This event is open to the public, and will also be streamed live and uploaded to the district's YouTube channel. The forum can be viewed by visiting go.lindberghschools.ws/forum
Five candidates have filed for three 3-year terms on the Lindbergh Schools Board of Education. Their names will appear on the April 4 ballot as follows:
Residents are invited to submit questions electronically or in person at the forum.
In addition, all five candidates completed a Q&A for district residents that is available on the district website.
2023-24 New Student Registration - Now Open!
Do you have an incoming kindergarten student in your family, or do you know someone who will be new to the district next year? Lindbergh Schools is now registering new students in grades K-12 for the 2023-24 school year!
Additional information can be found at https://go.lindberghschools.ws/register.
Kindergarten Registration Dates
March 13-17: Sappington
Celebrate Lindbergh Leaders at Banquet on April 14
Congratulations to this year’s class of Lindbergh Leaders! These deserving individuals will be honored during a banquet on April 14, at Royale Orleans, and all members of the Lindbergh community are invited to attend. Tickets are $35 and may be purchased by clicking the link below.
The Lindbergh Leader Award is the district's highest honor in recognition of leadership and service, and we are proud to celebrate these outstanding individuals.
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
Now Hiring! First Student Bus Drivers
LIndbergh’s transportation provider, First Student, is looking for qualified applicants to serve our community as bus drivers. At First Student, our Bus Drivers are an integral part of the communities they serve. They are committed to safety and customer service, and have genuine, caring attitudes for children. We are your friends, family and neighbors!
We are proud to offer:
Starting Wage: $19 /HR; or more, depending on experience
Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) Training
No nights or weekends
Holiday House Tour Recruitment This year will be the 45th Lindbergh Holiday House Tour and Boutique! Hundreds of people show up to tour the beautiful homes and shop at the craft boutique.
It is a community effort to make sure everything runs smoothly. We could use your help! We have a lot of volunteer opportunities available. Take a look and see where you could step in to help make this happen!
We have not been able to have this event since 2019 due to Covid. Let's make it a spectacular time for everyone!
Project Graduation Tickets Available Seniors…Tickets are now available to purchase for the post-graduation party. https://bit.ly/3jF3kTB
Please congratulate all band students on their successful performances this week! All large band ensembles received exemplary (gold) ratings, which is the highest rating you can receive!!
STATE MSHSAA Large Ensemble Festival
Symphonic Band - Exemplary rating
Concert Band - Exemplary rating
Freshman Band - Exemplary rating
Woodwind Choir - Exemplary rating
Brass Choir - Exemplary Rating
DISTRICT MSHSAA Solo and Small Ensemble Festival
55 total solo and ensemble events from Lindbergh participated in the festival
28 events - Exemplary (Gold)
19 events - Outstanding (Silver)
6 events - Satisfactory (Bronze)
The 28 events that received exemplary ratings are eligible to participate in the State Solo/Small Ensemble Festival on Saturday, April 29. Please wish these students the best of luck as they get ready for the MSHSAA State Solo and Ensemble Festival:
7 Exemplary Ensembles (eligible to perform at State):
Lindbergh Flute Trio - Catrina Pat, Suzan Clinton, Sarah Jeon
Lindbergh Bassoon Quartet - Thomas Shaffer, Cole Bailey, Teresa Dollenmeyer, Keziah Sweetman
Lindbergh Symphonic Brass Quintet - Rachel Guehring, Carter Stanton, Stephen Boateng, Andy LeClerc, Nick Seiler
Lindbergh Freshman Brass Trio - Nicole Bradley, Jackson Lucchesi, David Sandbach
Lindbergh Percussion Trio - Lucy Becker, Hannah Deeter, Hannah Thomas
Lingle Woodwind Quartet - Harrison Lingle, Nate Linton, Cole Bailey, Suzan Clinton
Lindbergh Woodwind Quintet - Sarah Jeon, Andy LeClerc, Jane Guillot-Beinke, Teresa Dollenmeyer, Nate Linton
21 Exemplary Soloists (eligible to perform at State):
Harrison Lingle (12) - Alto Clarinet Solo
Suzan Clinton (10) - Flute Solo
Sarah Jeon (11) - Flute Solo
Chris Meyer (12) - Flute Solo
Katelyn Shaffer (12) - Flute Solo
Catrina Pat (12) - Flute Solo
Catrina Pat (12) - Piccolo Solo
Sarah Peterson (10) - French Horn Solo
Lucy Becker (10) - Keyboard Percussion Solo
RJ del Rosario (9) - Keyboard Percussion Solo
Grace Wollenberg (11) - Keyboard Percussion Solo
Aidan Davitt (11) - Snare Drum Solo
Jane Guillot-Beinke (12) - Clarinet Solo
Matthew Kim (11) - Clarinet Solo
Hung Nguyen (11) - Clarinet Solo
Harper Tochtrop (11) - Tenor Saxophone Solo
Rachel Guehring (12) - Trombone Solo
Nicole Bradley (9) - Trumpet Solo
Blake Smith (11) - Trumpet Solo
Carter Stanton (12) - Trumpet Solo
Vihaan Choudhary (9) - Trumpet Solo
Congrats to the Lindbergh Racquetball Team for their performance at the National Tournament in Portland, Oregon!
Our girl's team won THIRD place OVERALL in the nation!
Our boy's team won THIRD place OVERALL in the nation!
The combined team won SECOND place OVERALL in the nation!
Several individual students won medals and Ella Boaz, Blake Hebert and Jack Frederickson were announced as ALL-AMERICAN players.
Please congratulate them all- this is a remarkable achievement!
The Lindbergh Mock Trial team competed in regional competition this week and is moving on to State in Independence, Missouri!! They faced two preliminary rounds against 70 teams in the Saint Louis region to advance to regionals and then did well enough to advance. The competition will occur at the end of the month! Congrats to
Please help me in congratulating the following students and their Coach Tim Deposki:
Upcoming Events -- Athletics (3/13/23 - 3/18/23)
No Athletic Events Scheduled
4:00 PM Girls Soccer Jamboree at St. Charles West
4:30 PM JV Boys Water Polo vs Oakville
5:30 PM Girls Water Polo vs Oakville
6:30 PM V Boys Water Polo vs Oakville
No Athletic Events Schedule
5:45 PM V Boys Water Polo at Buffalo Grove
V Boys Water Polo in Mundelein Invitational (Day 1)
11:00 AM V Baseball in Lindbergh-Mehlville Tournament vs Vianney
V Boys Water Polo in Mundelein Invitational (Day 2)
11:00 AM V Baseball in Lindbergh-Mehlville Tournament vs Hazelwood West
FORTE Fundraiser Lindbergh FORTE, the parent-teacher group for the 4th through 12th grade Lindbergh strings program, is orchestrating (pun intended) its biggest fundraiser of the year! If you are interested in supporting this WICKED fundraiser, please visit the Lindbergh FORTE website (link below) for more information!