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First Lindbergh Community Breakfast raises $25,000

  The Lindbergh Schools Foundation held its inaugural Community Breakfast Sept. 6. More than 300 community members, volunteers, local businesses, Lindbergh staff and students packed Sunset Country Club to help raise more than $25,000 for programs including the Alumni Association, Lindbergh Lights the Way, History Alive, teacher grants and Lindbergh High School scholarships. ‘We busted

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As alumni watch rivals’ football game, Panthers prey on Tigers

Pictured above: Mehlville Panthers quarterback Evan Robertson takes the ball from the Flyers in the rain-delayed, mud-soaked game in September. Photo by Bill Milligan.  By Stephen Glover For the Call Behind an explosive running game, the Mehlville High football team defeated archrival Oakville High 51-0 at home last week, as the district’s new Alumni Hall

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Lindbergh Alumni Association honors its elite educators, alumni and athletes

Lindbergh High School honored Distinguished Educators, Distinguished Alumni and Athletic Hall of Fame inductees at the LHS Alumni Association’s annual Alumni Awards Banquet Oct. 2. This year’s honorees included: Distinguished Educators Mary Clyburn, elementary principal Robbie Engel, Lindbergh teacher John Oliver, LHS chemistry teacher Sandy Snodgrass, LHS teacher Distinguished Alumni Ben Aschinger, 1994, restaurant owner

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Lindbergh’s ‘1984’ reminds us that freedom needs vigilance

Another View By Mike Tsichlis Lindbergh School Board I had the great privilege of recently attending the Lindbergh High School fall theatrical production of George Orwell’s “1984.” The cast and crew are to be commended for their chilling portrayal of a totalitarian society where words, history, and human identity itself are shaped and even erased

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Oakville celebrates Homecoming

The Oakville High homecoming court. Girls, from left — Lexi Walker, Emma Sullivan, Ashley Durham, Courtney Doerr, Alexis Williams. Boys — Zayn Abusharbain, Brian Horton, Andrew Carter, Adam Leeker, Curtis Schmidt.

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Mehlville inducting its first nominees for the Alumni Hall of Fame

Mehlville School District will hold its first induction for the district’s Alumni Hall of Fame this week. Candidates were selected for making an impact in their communities or in the nation. Inductees will serve as role models for generations of students who aspire to be productive citizens and demonstrate traits that align to the district’s

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Workin’ at the car wash, yeah

  Those cars never seem to stop coming! Oakville High School students, above, washed cars for a good cause last month at Auto Zone on Telegraph Road. Among those volunteering were, from left to right, Emily Leung, Amna Delic, Jiya Patel, Kaitlyn Eckhard, Elena Bickers and Namitta Phrasalak. The car wash was held by the

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Lindbergh installs turf fields as first Prop R improvement

Pictured above: The proposed synthetic turf layout for the Lindbergh High School stadium. By Erin Achenbach Staff Reporter eachenbach@callnewspapers.com Lindbergh High School’s football and soccer stadium will be upgraded to a turf field this spring as part of the improvements voters approved with the passage in April of Proposition R, a $105 million, 83-cent no-tax-rate-increase

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Telling stories through dance with Books in Motion

Lindbergh fifth-graders at Long and Sappington elementary schools recently performed student-choreographed dance interpretations of the novel “Restart,” with the guidance of mentors from the Modern American Dance Company’s Books in Motion program. Books in Motion is an inclusive, student-centered program that uses dance to provide students with valuable exposure to literature and the arts. Students

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