Principal e-Note

Concord Elementary School

March 12, 2023 : Week 29

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A Note From Mr. Moeckel

Concord happens to be a place filled great people who care about kids. This past week we were able to honor two of those individuals! Please join us in congradulatings our Teacher of the Year, Mrs. Russell and our Support Staff Person of the Year, Mrs. Proctor.


Brian Moeckel

Spring Party Information

Our spring parties are coming soon, Thursday, March 16, 2023 at 2:15 pm. If you are planning on attending your child's classroom party, please sign up here. We are asking only one adult per student to attend and no siblings due to classroom space limitations. To help the check in process go faster, we will print name tags ahead of time for those who have had their ID scanned this school year. If you have not had your ID scanned this school year, it would be helpful to stop by Concord before March 16th to get it scanned. Also, please feel free to use the Farmers Club Parking lot to park for the event.

Class Placement Information:

In preparation for the 23-24 school year, teachers will soon begin to develop class lists. To do this, teachers use all of the possible information to create classes that are balanced and attempt to meet all of the needs of the individual students. We do not allow parents to choose a teacher; however, we would like you to provide any information that would be helpful in placement (peer relations, learning style, specific needs, etc). This is not necessary to complete, but if you would like to share, please complete the form below and submit no later than April 9th, 2023.

(Please complete a separate form for each separate student)

Family Class Placement Feedback

To plan as effectively as possible for the upcoming school year, we would like to know if your child(ren) will NOT be returning to Concord next year. If this is the case, please complete this form and submit it by April 9th.

Not Returning Form

Mark Your Calendars

Mar 16 : Spring Parties

Mar 17 : No School

Mar 20-24 Spring Break (Crazy that it is already here)

Mar 31 : Themed Day - Dress up like your Hero

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2023-24 New Student Registration - Now Open!

Concord Families: Our main registration week is behind us now, but FEAR NOT, you may register your son or daughter any time!

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

PTG News and Notes

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Order Your Yearbook Today:

Last chance to purchase a Concord yearbook! Sale ends on March 18th. Buy the book your child will always cherish. Enter Code: 14904

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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.

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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

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:

  • Matt Alonzo

  • Christy Watz

  • Andrew Lawson

  • Paul Leinweber

  • David Randelman

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.

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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

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Calling All Musicians! LHS Musicthon Seeks Performers

The Lindbergh High School Band program is hosting its annual Musicthon event, a 36-hour-long concert with the goal of raising money to fight pediatric cancer, and they need all the help they can get! If you are a musician interested in sharing your talents for a good cause, please consider participating. This year, the event will be held in the LHS Commons, from 7 a.m., March 31 until 7 p.m. April 1, and all money donated benefits Alex's Lemonade Stand, To perform at this event, please fill out the signup form below. Thank you!

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Learn About School Employment Opportunities for 2023-24

If you or someone you know are interested in working in St. Louis area public schools, please register for the Missouri Association of School Personnel Administrators job fair from 5-7 p.m. on March 9. This event is for any certified teacher or administrator looking to network with St. Louis area local school districts. Recent graduates and experienced certified staff are all welcome.

Start Planning Your Summer With Us!

Join us at Lindbergh this summer for fun, friends and a variety of learning opportunities designed to keep your kids active, engaged and entertained.

Lindbergh Schools recognizes the importance of supporting student learning during the summer months. This includes academic remediation for specific content areas, as well as specialized programs for early childhood education, enrichment, music, school-age child care and youth sports.

To learn more, please visit
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Career and Technical Education Perceptions Survey

The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education’s Office of College and Career Readiness is seeking information from community members about general perceptions of Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs. CTE programs in Missouri schools encompass a variety of educational programs and pathways, including programs in Agriculture; Business and Marketing; Health Sciences; Family and Consumer Sciences; Skilled Technical Sciences (e.g. Automotive Repair, Collision Repair Computer Sciences, Construction, Law Enforcement, Machining, and Welding); and Project Lead the Way (PLTW).

This information is being collected by the DESE’s CTE Advisory Council and will be used to help guide the group in their decision making processes. Responses will be kept confidential and will be aggregated with other responses to help the council better understand how students, parents, business leaders, and educators see CTE in Missouri.

Student Showcase : Sign up today

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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