Lindbergh Schools News

Lindbergh High thespians perform Shakespeare

Lindbergh High School thespians, above, presented the fall play ‘A Winter’s Tale’ by William Shakespeare last week in the LHS Auditorium. The play features Polixenes, King of Bohemia, who has spent nine months with his childhood friend Leontes, King of Sicilia, and his wife, Queen Hermione. What follows is a series of tragic events that

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Sunday Night Lights set for this weekend

The Lindbergh Schools community will presents its ninth annual Sunday Night Lights event Sunday, Sept. 30, for children who are battling cancer and other life-altering childhood illnesses. Sunday Night Lights unites the Lindbergh district student body and community organizations to recreate a Friday night high-school football game experience under the stadium lights at Lindbergh High

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Six from Lindbergh High named National Merit semifinalists

The National Merit Scholarship Corporation named six Lindbergh High students semifinalists in the National Merit Scholarship Program last week. Approximately 16,000 students earned the honor nationwide. National Merit Semifinalists are high-school seniors who show exceptional academic ability and potential for success in rigorous college studies. Lindbergh’s honorees include, left to right above, Matthew Meyer, Anne

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Lindbergh residents can meet new leader

Lindbergh Schools residents are invited to meet new Superintendent Tony Lake during a Listening and Learning presentation at 6:30 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 26, in the Lindbergh Schools auditorium, 5000 S. Lindbergh Blvd. During the presentation, Lake will share his professional background and his vision for the future of education. He also will collect participants’ thoughts

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Lindbergh not taking position on mall yet, will wait and see on Walpert proposal

Mount Crestwood at the mall site in June, before bulldozers started bringing down the leftover dirt mounds. Photo by Jessica Belle Kramer. By Gloria Lloyd News Editor glorialloyd@callnewspapers.com As the announcement last week of a possible restart of new development at the former Crestwood mall site reignited ongoing conversations surrounding any potential new redevelopment, some

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Concord Elementary hosts a ‘Chrome Camp’

Fifth-grade students at Concord Elementary School honed their technology skills by teaching one another during the Aug. 31 “Chrome Camp.” The students learned about exploring, creating, film and video editing, typing shortcuts, Google apps, SeeSaw, Padlet and using add-ons and extensions. Teacher Adrienne Farmer said that the students emphasized the fifth grade’s motto: “Don’t steal

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