Principal News

Lindbergh High School

September 11, 2022

Parent eNote Week of September 12-18

Using Your Phone to Purchase Food Students, you are encouraged to use your cell phone to complete your purchases at lunch. In your SIS Portal, you click on the pulldown menu to the left. If you select “Student ID Card,” it will pull up a barcode that can easily be scanned at the register when you make your purchase.

Homecoming Tickets The Homecoming Dance is Saturday, September 17t. Homecoming tickets are currently on sale. Tickets will be sold for $15 in the commons during power lunch from now til the day of the dance, September 17th. Tickets will also be sold at the door on the night of the event, but there will be an upcharge and no refunds will be available for any tickets.

Homecoming Week Activities Hello Staff! Homecoming Week starts this week and our Student Council and some other students have planned a great week to celebrate our school, our teams, and our culture here at LHS. Below is a listing of all the events that have been planned.


Theme: "Breakfast at the Bergh" - Dress in your PJs

Home Sporting Events: JV Girls Tennis @ 4pm, Varsity Softball @ 4:15pm

Spirit Event: Monday Night Powder Puff Football, 6pm

Come out to Flyers Field and watch the girls from the junior class and senior class battle it out on the Gridiron!


Theme: "Country vs. Country Club" - dress in your country gear or country club gear

Home Sporting Events: JV Soccer @ 4:15, JV Softball @ 4:15, Varsity Soccer @ 6pm


Theme: "New School On The Block" - 90's or 2000's Clothes

Home Sporting Events: Varsity Tennis @ 4:00


Theme: "Class Colors" - wear your Flyer Factor Shirt

Home Sporting Events: Varsity Tennis @ 4:00, Varsity Field Hockey 4:15, JV Soccer @ 4:30, JV Field Hockey @ 5:30, Varsity Soccer @ 6:00

Spirit Events: FIELD DAY!!!

Instead of a pep assembly this year, we are going to host our inaugural Field Day.

During this day, students will follow the schedule of:

8:00-9:29 - 2nd Hour Block

9:33-11:01 - 4th Hour Block

11:01-11:55 - Power Lunch

12:00-1:28 - 6th Hour Block

1:28 - 2:50 - Field Day (in place of PAC & AN)

2:50 - Return to 6th Hour & wait for dismissal bell at 3:00

Students will watch a video in their 6th Hour to kick-off Field Day. Then students and staff will be dismissed (leaving their bags in their 6th hour) to the main building, gyms, cafeterias, and fields to participate in a variety of activities. Students not wishing to participate in games will have the option to watch a movie during this time in a specific location, but students (and staff) that want to participate will have a wide variety to choose from.

You can join the PE Department at Flyers Field to test your fitness and see who the "Fittest At Lindbergh" really is in each class and in our staff. You can head to the back fields and compete in a variety of races, frisbee golf, or some good old-fashioned kick ball. Head to our gyms and compete in games like dodgeball, football bowling, gaga-ball, or hungry hippos. You can head to the tennis courts for some pickle ball or soccer tennis. Or if you just want to train your mind, head to the cafeteria and play some board games or card games. You can also just hang out on our back patio and listen to some music while playing some corn hole or washers.


Theme: "Lucky I'm A Flyer" - wear your Green & Gold gear

Home Sporting Events: Varsity Football @ 7:00


Our annual Homecoming Parade will start at Sperreng Middle School at 4:30pm and follow Concord School Road and Roxanna back to the LHS Campus. The parade route will go into the Commons Parking lot and circle back around.

After the parade, Stuco will be hosting a Tailgate Party to relax for the home football game against Pattonville.


Homecoming Dance 7:00-10:00 pm; LHS Flyers Gym. Students will enter on the East Side of campus, around the corner from the Commons.

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New Social-Emotional Screeners for the 2022-23 School Year Lindbergh Schools is committed to supporting all students’ mental wellness and social-emotional learning (SEL). The district is introducing new SEL screening surveys for the 2022-23 school year that will serve two purposes:

  1. They will help the district to evaluate the effectiveness of district-level mental health and social and emotional programming.

  2. They will identify areas of strengths and needs for individual students in grades 9-12th.

Lindbergh is piloting two SEL survey programs, Satchel-Pulse and Panorama, for the 22-23 school year. Students in grades 9 and 11 will participate in Panorama, and students in grades 10 and 12 will participate in Satchel-Pulse.

SEL screening is not new to Lindbergh. In previous years, the district has administered anonymous surveys that provided administrators with an overall view of student experiences within our schools. With the new screening surveys, parents will have access to individual students' results, and it will also equip teachers to better identify students who may be in need of additional support in the areas of academic, emotional, and social skills.

More about Panorama and Satchel Pulse Student Surveys:

Panorama (9th and 11th Grade) is a 36-item student-rater screening tool. Students respond to computer-based questions aligned to social, academic, and emotional behaviors.

Click here to see the SEL topics and screening questions on the Panorama student survey tool. In order to learn more about student experiences at school, we will administer an online survey in October and March. The survey shouldn’t take more than 20-30 minutes to complete.

Satchel-Pulse (10th and 12th Grade) is a 25-item student-rater screening tool. Students respond to computer-based questions aligned to social, academic, and emotional behaviors.

Click here to see the SEL topics and screening questions on the Satchel-Pulse student survey tool. In order to learn more about student experiences at school, we will administer an online survey in October and March. The survey shouldn’t take more than 20-30 minutes to complete.

For more information regarding the importance of SEL screening, test administration windows, and how to opt out of SEL screening click here.
Teacher of the Month Student Council is offering a chance to nominate a teacher for recognition each month at LHS.
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A+ Scholarship Meeting On Wednesday, September 14, 2022, at 11:30, in the auditorium, there will be an A+ Scholarship meeting. This meeting will explain the expectations for tutoring and the tutoring/mentoring sites that are available. If you wish to tutor THIS semester it is mandatory that you attend this meeting.
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Lindbergh Speaker Series: “Let’s Communicate!”

6:30 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 13

Join us live on Zoom as we explain Lindbergh’s most used communication tools for families and take your questions and feedback. FInd out how to access everything you need through the Lindbergh Schools app, including meal menus, bus routes, the SIS Portal and more.

How to Email Your Student’s Teacher

Communicating with your student’s teacher is easy to do, even if you don’t have their email address. This summer, Lindbergh Schools has removed teacher email addresses from the public-facing district website in response to security recommendations our district Technology Department received from the Department of Homeland Security, to help prevent malicious phishing attempts. However, teacher contact information is still available in the SIS Portal and Canvas, by following these directions:

SIS Portal (Grades PK-12)

  1. Log in to the SIS Portal

  2. Click “Send Email” in the left-hand menu

  3. Select which teacher(s) you want to message by checking the box next to their name

  4. Click “Ok”

  5. On the next page, fill out the subject line and text of your message

  6. Click “Send”

Canvas (Grades 6-12, and some elementary)

Lindbergh teacher contact information is listed on each Canvas course homepage. This information includes e-mail address, phone extension and office hours. If your student’s teacher does not have their contact information listed, please let us know.
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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.

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Senior Jerseys

Hello, class of 2023 and parents!!!

Student Council's annual senior jersey sales are on August 30th-September 17th and should arrive in late September/early October. This is the 3rd and FINAL opportunity to order your jersey this year. All jerseys are $25 and may be bought online through the link attached. -ORDERING ENDS ON SEPTEMBER 17TH

Senior jerseys have been a tradition for Lindbergh seniors and parents for quite a while now. This year we will be offering Senior "mom" and "dad" jerseys for parents interested-Perfect for parents of student-athletes and all parents!! The Jerseys are a perfect gift to wear for senior year activities football games, senior nights, senior sunrise/sunset, and more, to show school spirit.


Please email: with any questions!!

If you have a jersey that has been on backorder we will contact you as soon as they come in.

Election Judge Volunteers Needed As you know, this year’s November 8th General Election voters will be choosing candidates and deciding on ballot issues at the federal, state, and local levels. The St. Louis County Election Board expects voter turnout to be high for this mid-term election, hence the need for more Election Judges and Student Election Judges to serve the public. We are asking the Lindbergh Community to assist the Election Board in meeting the staffing challenge for the November Election.

Election Judges play a pivotal role in making it possible for citizens to rightfully exercise the franchise on Election Day. High School Student Election Judges greatly contribute to this effort by assisting these Election Judges in administering the electoral process. Students’ responsibilities will include assisting our veteran Election Judges in processing and managing voter lines. We also encourage any seniors who are 18 years of age to consider serving as official Election Judges.

Students will have the option to receive county service hours or pay for their work.

Here is a link to information about the program.

The High School Student Election Judge Program offers an excellent opportunity for students to study and experience firsthand how elections are organized and administered. Serving gives students to be part of a grand community experience and for them to learn the importance of civic duty as they enter adulthood.

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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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League of Women Voter Drive Members of the League of Women Voters will be on campus to help get students registered to vote.

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Traffic Tip From our Security Team: Staff, students, and parents, please avoid going straight through our stop sign intersection in the AM as it inhibits our ability to improve traffic flow.

Shout Outs

Strolling Strings Spotlight Nominated for Emmy Last year, the Lindbergh High School Strolling Strings were featured on HEC-TV in a special titled, "Strolling Strings: Lifelong Lessons one Note at a Time." Reporter/producer Nancy Pasternak Cunneen and videographer/editor Peter Foggy attended multiple rehearsals and concerts, and filmed some of the students in one-on-one interviews. The work has had the honor of being nominated for an Emmy Award in the category of Educational Short Form Content. You can view the video HERE, and see all of the nominees HERE. Winners in this category will be announced on October 29th!

Congratulations to Evan Pulliam. He has been selected to participate in the 2022-23 Fred Saigh Leadership Academy!

Fundraisers and Community Events
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Upcoming Events -- Athletics (9/11/22 - 9/17/22) HOMECOMING WEEK

Monday: (9/12)

V Softball in the St. Louis Suburban Showdown at Affton Athletic Association on field 9

-6:00 PM vs Parkway South

-7:45 PM vs Fox

4:00 PM JV Girls Tennis vs Francis Howell

4:00 PM V Girls Tennis at Francis Howell

4:15 PM F Football at Fox

Tuesday: (9/13)

8:00 AM V Girls Golf in the Rockwood Summit Tournament at Crescent Farms Golf Course

3:30 PM JV Girls Golf vs Eureka at Quail Creek Golf Course

4:00 PM V Field Hockey at Visitation

4:15 PM F Girls Volleyball at Westminster Christian Academy

4:15 PM JV Boys Soccer vs Mehlville

4:15 PM JV Softball vs Eureka

4:30 PM Boys Swim and Dive at Marquette with Webster Groves

4:30 PM F Boys Soccer at Parkway West

V Softball in the St. Louis Suburban Showdown at Affton Athletic Association

-5:00 PM vs TBD

-7:00 PM vs TBD

5:15 PM JV Field Hockey at Visitation

5:30 PM V Girls Volleyball at Westminster Christian Academy

6:00 PM V Boys Soccer vs Mehlville

Wednesday: (9/14)

1:00 PM V Girls Golf in the Angel Classic at Crystal Springs Golf Course

3:30 PM JV Girls Golf vs Parkway South/Webster Groves at Crescent Farms Golf Course

4:00 PM JV Girls Tennis vs Clayton at Shaw Park

4:00 PM V Girls Tennis vs Clayton

4:15 PM Unified Boys Soccer at Chaminade

V Softball in the St. Louis Suburban Showdown at Affton Athletic Association

-If they play in the championship bracket on Tuesday

Thursday: (9/15)

4:00 PM JV Girls Tennis at Parkway South

4:00 PM V Girls Tennis vs Parkway South

4:15 PM V Field Hockey vs Ladue

4:15 PM JV Softball at Kirkwood

4:15 PM V Softball at Kirkwood

4:15 PM F Boys Soccer at Lafayette

4:30 PM F Girls Volleyball at Marquette

4:30 PM JV Girls Volleyball at Marquette

4:30 PM JV Boys Soccer vs Lafayette

5:30 PM JV Field Hockey vs Ladue

5:30 PM V Girls Volleyball at Marquette

6:00 PM V Boys Soccer vs Lafayette

Friday: (9/16)

7:00 PM V Football vs Pattonville HOMECOMING GAME