Principal e-Note

Concord Elementary School

January 29, 2023 : Week 23

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A Note from Mr. Moeckel : Dream Job Excitment

We had so much fun gazing into the future on Friday. It was great to be reminded that the young Flyers who walk our halls today are the same folks who will become the doctors, carpenters, teachers, chefs, and business owners of tomorrow. In the meantime, we continue to help each student learn and grow!

Thanks for partnering with us!


Mark Your Calendars

Jan 27 : Spirit Day -When I Grow Up Day [Show us your dream job by dressing up to match!]

Jan 31 : Student IEP Information Night (District event - Details below)

Feb 6-10 : National School Counselor Week

Feb 8 : My Guy & Me Dance (6-8 pm)

Feb 10 : Adult Trivia Night (Save the Date : PTG Event)

Feb 16 : End of Trimester Two

Feb 17 : No School Students (Records Day)

Feb 20 : No School (Students/Staff)

Feb 24 : Spirit Day - Sports Day (Support your favorite team!)

** Spring Conference Dates : February 28 and March 2 **

Counselor Corner : Week of Jan 23-Feb 3

Hello Concord Flyer Grownups! Over the next few weeks your student will be learning about the importance of making healthy choices. We will cover topics of personal safety, basic hygiene, and how to navigate peer pressure. For our 4th and 5th graders, we will use age appropraite lessons to teach about the harmful effects of alcohol and tobacco products. We hope our students will become strong advocates for their own health and wellness! Over the next few weeks, ask your student how they plan to keep their body and minds healthy!

-Rachel and Gina

Girls On the Run Update: Registration Is Open!

Register your girl for the Spring 2023 season today at:

Contact Annika Bartek at with any questions, or if you are interested in coaching.

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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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Yearbook Details

They come in different sizes and grade levels, but yearbooks always contain your student's memories of that school year: the people, the clothes, the events and more. You're buying something your Concord student will cherish always. Order yours at
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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

2023-24 New Student Registration Opens on Feb. 6

Lindbergh Schools will open 2023-24 school year registration for new students on Monday, Feb. 6. This includes incoming kindergarten students and students in other grade levels who are transferring from another district. We encourage Concord families to enroll the week Feb 6- Feb 10. (You can enroll outside of this window)

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.

Please look for additional details coming soon, or visit

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.

PTG News and Notes

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This dance is for the Concord girls and any adult who would like to accompany them. Don’t miss the fun and sign-up here:
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Calling all adults! Reserve your table for Concord Adult Trivia Night at

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!

Student Showcase : Sign Up Today

Concord Families,

We are excited to share that we will be featuring student collections in our Concord lobby display cases! Student collections can showcase anything from Lego figures, to books, to craft creations... the possibilities are endless! We hope this builds some community and fosters student belonging. If your child is interested, click the Student Showcase form for more details and to apply!

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Winter Weather Update for Families

As colder weather approaches, now is a good time to remind families and staff how we prepare for potential school closures that can result from snow, ice, or other severe weather events.

In the event of inclement weather, we will decide to close school based on a number of factors, including student safety, bus transportation, road conditions and wind chill temperature. When possible, the decision to close school is made by 10 p.m. the night before. However, if the decision cannot be made by 10 p.m., then a decision will be made between 5 a.m. and 5:30 a.m. the next morning.

If the decision is made to cancel school, all families and staff will receive a phone call, text message and email notification.