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Lindbergh High School

October 16, 2022

Parent eNote Week of October 17-23

Parent Teacher Conferences Our Parent Teacher Conferences for Lindbergh High School are on Monday, October 17th and Wednesday, October 19th. All parents must sign up for a slot to attend. Conferences can be held in person or via zoom in 10-minute slots. Some of our teachers will not be in their regular classrooms, as we have several traveling teachers. Also, zoom links for all teachers will be shared out soon.

A clickable link of the picture below can be found HERE.

Parent Teacher Conference Zoom Links For those of you who will use zoom to meet with our teachers, Here is the link so anyone with the link can view the spreadsheet of zoom links!

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No School on Friday There is no school on Friday, October 21st and Monday, October 24th.

Counseling Newsletter Check out LHS Counseling Newsletter:

Lindbergh Speaker Series: “Scholarship Opportunities for Students”

Last week’s Speaker Series featured a wealth of information to guide students and families through the college scholarship application process. This presentation features Erica Keating, Director of Lindbergh Schools Foundation, and Kate Keegan, LHS Career and College Counselor. The slide deck below also includes helpful links and information.

Fall CPA Week Did you know that Fall CPA Week is happening Oct. 24-28? MOCPA will be providing a volunteer member to speak to students about the profession, and opportunities that await those pursuing an exciting career in accounting. Speakers are selected from MOCPA's Professional Outreach Task Force volunteers, as well as local firm partners, and young professionals. LHS will be hosting a speaker on Thursday, Oct. 13 during Academic Networking in the Counseling Conference Room. Students must email Ms. Keegan to sign up.

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National Fire Prevention Week: Keep Your Family Safe From Fire

During National Fire Prevention Week, the National Fire Protection Association recommends families follow these steps to be prepared in case of a fire:

  • Make sure your home escape plan meets the needs of all your family members.

  • Smoke alarms should be installed inside every sleeping room, outside each separate sleeping area, and on every level of your home.

  • Know at least two ways out of every room, if possible.

  • Make sure all doors and windows open easily.

  • Have an outside meeting place a safe distance from your home where everyone should meet.

  • Practice your home fire drill at least twice a year with everyone in the household.

EL Department T-Shirt Fundraiser What a great way to show unity during Unity Week by purchasing a 'We are One Lindbergh' t-shirt to support the English Language Department. Proceeds go to the English Language Scholarship which is awarded yearly. The store will be open until October 23rd and t-shirts will be delivered to Lindbergh buildings the week of November 9th. Please contact Lisa Carson at if you have questions. We thank you for supporting the English Language Scholarship.

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Pay to Play Event I apologize for the late notice on this, but if possible could you please include this flier in the parent enote this weekend? We want to spread the word about our Pay to Play event next Wednesday.

Kiwanis Gently Used Winter Wear Drive Oct. 24-Nov. 18, 2022 Our school in cooperation with Crestwood-Sunset Hills Kiwanis Club will be collecting new or gently used winter wear items for students in need. Please bring new or gently used coats, mittens, hats, boots,

gloves, scarves, earmuffs, ski masks, snow pants, warm socks, or thermal underwear, and place them in the blue bin that will be in our school lobby. The winter wear drive will take place from Mon Oct. 24- Fri Nov. 18, 2022. Items will benefit students in Lindbergh schools, Meramec, Monroe, and Patrick Henry elementary schools in St. Louis City; and Angels’ Arms just to name a few.

American Councils for International Education Scholarship Opportunities Applications are open

now for the U.S. Department of State’s full scholarships for American high school students and recent graduates to study abroad! Programs include:

  • National Security Language Initiative for Youth (NSLI-Y) offers summer and academic year intensive language immersion programs. NSLI-Y languages include Arabic, Chinese (Mandarin), Hindi, Indonesian, Korean, Persian (Tajiki), Russian, and Turkish. Application deadline: November 3, 2022)

  • YES Abroad offers participants the opportunity to immerse themselves in the life of one of 14 countries for an academic year (10 months). The YES Program focuses on countries with significant Muslim populations. Participants develop critical global leadership skills, promote mutual understanding, and form lasting ties in their host communities by living with a host family and attending local high school. (Application deadline: December 7, 2022)

  • FLEX Abroad Like YES Abroad, participants spend an academic year (10 months) living with a host family, attending a local high school, and forming lasting relationships within their host community. Host countries include Georgia, Kazakhstan, and Poland. (Application deadline: December 7, 2022)

  • You can find additional program information here! The programs seek applicants who represent the diversity of the United States. Students of all racial, ethnic, religious, gender identities, sexual orientations, disabilities, and socio-economic backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

Laws of Life Essay Contest I wanted to let you know about's Laws of Life essay contest, which is open on their website. Laws of Life is an essay program for secondary students. The Laws of Life writing program encourages middle school and high school students to reflect and write a short essay about a core value that means the most to them, and why. You can find information about the Laws of Life essay contest at this link on the website, including a link to a Google slide and a flyer for distribution to your colleagues, schools, and students. is awarding $100 to five students our panel of judges deems to have written a "Most Compelling" essay, as well as $100 awarded to a charity of the student’s choice! Submissions are due Thursday, March 23, 2023, and can be submitted through this online form at any time.
Unity Week LHS will seek to unite our student body against bullying in our Unity Week Celebration during the week of October 17-21. See the information in the pictures below.
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LHS Parent Teacher Group Night at the Blues LHS PTG & Student Council are partnering to bring you LINDBERGH DAY with the ST. LOUIS BLUES!

Join us Sunday, December 11th at 2pm to see the Blues in action against the Avalanche while raising money for Lindbergh High School.

This is also Teacher Appreciation Day! You have the option to purchase a theme ticket that includes a Blues themed Bento box, or a standard ticket without the item.

For every ticked purchased through this offer, including theme tickets, $5 will be divided between the PTG and StuCo.

Tickets are on sale now! If you want to sit with friends, purchase your tickets together! Ticket quantities are limited and based on availability. You will automatically be assigned the best seat in the location you select. Additional fees apply.

Tickets will be distributed at the High School. The date and specifics are TBD, but we will communicate directly with you once we know.

Use the QR code on the flyer to purchase tickets.

(Ignore the search boxes at the top of the ticketing page.)

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Teacher and Staff Conference Dinners Each year the LHS PTG provides dinner to all Principals, Teachers, Support Staff, and Custodians that stay the evening for Parent Teacher Conferences. This year those dinners will be held on Monday, October 17th and Wednesday, October 19th. Due to construction, we are unable to accept the donation of food items. Please consider making a monetary donation, big or small, your help is greatly appreciated. Please use this link or QR Code to donate:

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PTG: Drop It Like It’s Yacht Event

This is going to be a super fun event and we hope you will join us!

Drawing for $500!

When purchasing tickets, attendees, please list any LHS Group or Team that you’d like to see have a chance to win $500!

For every 10 tickets sold for that same Group or Team - they will be placed into a drawing for $500. The winner will be announced at the Dinner Auction on November 12th.

Registration for Tickets, Donations, and Sponsorships: Please use this link or the QR Code on the image below.

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Attention Current Sophomores: Interested in South Tech Next Year? APPLY NOW! South Tech applications for next year are open!

Sophomores can apply now if they want to attend as a junior in fall 2023. To apply visit our website or click here. Since programs typically fill by January it is best to apply early. Admission rounds will begin soon!

Visit South Tech: Attend preview night on Wednesday, October 19th anytime from 5-7 pm.

Learn more about South Tech: Visit our website at

Students can meet with the South Tech admissions representative at Lindbergh by setting up an appointment in the guidance office, or email Katie Miller at if they have any questions.

About South Tech: At South Tech, we provide students with real-world experiences, real-world skills, and engaging, hands-on learning to prepare them for college and careers. We celebrate the pursuit of their passion and help them find the right pathway to their own success. Our partial-day schedules keep students engaged in their home high school academics and activities while they enjoy experimental learning in Tech's elective courses.

Our tuition-free, career and technical education (CTE) majors allow students to explore their career interests before graduation while earning industry certifications, college and high school credits, and skills that will last a lifetime. We work with an impressive list of business and industry partners that provide our students with mentorship, internships, apprenticeships, part-time employment, scholarships, and full-time employment offers after high school. Our students are in demand.

Visit our website at

Click here to view the South Tech Video

Boonanza Lindbergh Student Council will be hosting their annual Boonanza event on October 22nd at 6:00 pm. See the information below.

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Food Service: How to Pay Students and parents, please be sure to put money in your lunch account. Buying with cash in the line is not accepted. The best way to put money in your count is online, through your SIS Portal. You can also bring cash or check to load your account through the deposit boxes in grade level offices.
Teacher of the Month Student Council is offering a chance to nominate a teacher for recognition each month at LHS, as well as an LHS staff member.
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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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Halloween Guidelines for Students Monday, October 31st is Halloween. No masks or outfits that conceal the face, fake blood or gore, weapons or imitation weapons. Nothing that would violate our ordinary dress code policy when it comes to exposure of skin. Everything has to be school appropriate and it cannot distract from the educational environment on that day (inflatables, e.g.)

Shout Outs

The Foundation Junior Board got the honor of carrying the banner beginning the Crestwood 75th Anniversary Parade on Saturday!

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Congratulations to senior Ema Mujkanovic for being named the Kiwanis Student of the Month. Ema is a kind, conscientious, and hardworking student with a positive attitude.
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The Lindbergh High School Softball Team won their first district championship since 2004. Good luck at the state quarterfinals!

This weekend, The Dome at America's Center hosted the Bands of America Super Regional Competition in which 62 of the nation's finest marching bands competed. Lindbergh's Spirit of St. Louis Marching Band performed on Friday afternoon in preliminary competition and was named as one of the 14 finalists yesterday afternoon once all performances were complete. Lindbergh placed 14th in finals competition with a score of 80.0. Congratulations to all of the band members on this outstanding accomplishment!
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Upcoming Events -- Athletics (10/16/22 - 10/22/22)

Monday: (10/17)

4:15 PM F Football vs Mehlville

4:30 PM F Girls Volleyball vs Rockwood Summit

4:30 PM JV Girls Volleyball vs Rockwood Summit

5:45 PM V Girls Volleyball vs Rockwood Summit

Tuesday: (10/18)

4:15 PM F Girls Volleyball at John Burroughs

4:15 PM JV Girls Volleyball at John Burroughs

4:30 PM Boys Swim and Dive vs Lafayette

5:30 PM V girls Volleyball at John Burroughs

7:00 PM JV Boys Soccer in the SLUH Tournament vs CBC

Wednesday: (10/19)

6:00 PM JV Boys Soccer in the SLUH Tournament vs TBD

TBD V Softball at Marquette, State Quarterfinals

Thursday: (10/20)

4:15 PM F Boys Soccer vs Marquette

4:15 PM Boys Swim and Dive vs Mehlville/Oakville at Mehlville

4:30 PM JV Boys Soccer at Marquette

6:00 PM V Boys Soccer at Marquette

Friday: (10/21)

4:30 PM JV Boys Soccer vs Webster Groves

4:30 PM V Boys Soccer vs Webster Groves

7:00 PM V Football at Lafayette

Saturday: (10/22)

10:30 AM F Boys Soccer in the SLUH Soccer Tournament vs SLUH

Fundraisers and Community Events
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