Lindbergh Schools News

New principal named for Dressel

Pictured above: Dressel Assistant Principal Pat Schoenekase finds out that he is the school’s next principal. Photo by Dressel Principal Craig Hamby. With Dressel Elementary Principal Craig Hamby moving up to Central Office, current Dressel Assistant Principal Patrick Schoenekase will take over as the next principal of the new school. The Lindbergh Board of Education

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Lindbergh High students honored by police

Two Lindbergh High juniors received a Citizen Service Citation award from the St. Louis County Board of Police Commissioners for their heroic actions to save a home and the pets inside during a recent fire. Katie Young was walking to her friend’s house when she heard smoke detectors going off in a neighbor’s home. She

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Call makes endorsements for next week’s elections

The Call makes endorsements for south county elections next Tuesday, April 3. First, we endorsed Grant Mabie over Bill Boston in Crestwood Ward 3, and now we reveal our other choices. Editorial by the Call South county voters next week will vote for aldermen in Crestwood and Sunset Hills and Lindbergh and Mehlville school board

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Students excel on National German Exam

Lindbergh High School students recently mastered the highest level of the 2018 National German Exam. More than 75 percent of Lindbergh High’s Level 5 Advanced Placement/International Baccalaureate class earned special recognition for their distinguished performance, according to a district news release. Earning Gold Awards were: • Emma Deutschmann — ranked in 99th percentile, and second

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Students showcase their robotic achievements

Students from all six Lindbergh elementary schools showcased their achievements in robotics last week during the district’s first-ever Junior Lego Robotics Team Expo at Crestwood Elementary School. Earlier this year, Lindbergh’s elementary school librarians worked together to sponsor second-grade teams at each of their respective schools. These teams followed First Lego League guidelines, just like

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Forum set tonight for Lindbergh school board candidates

A district-sponsored forum for three Lindbergh Board of Education candidates seeking to fill two seats in the April 3 election will take place tonight — Thursday, March 15. Karen Roush Schuster, Mike Shamia and Eric Edward Thias are vying for the two board seats. The forum will begin at 7 p.m. n the Lindbergh Early

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Students showcase their robotic achievements

Lindbergh Schools elementary students recently participated in the district’s first-ever Junior Lego Robotics Team Expo at Crestwood Elementary School. Students from all six Lindbergh elementary schools showcased their achievements in robotics last week during the district’s first-ever Junior Lego Robotics Team Expo at Crestwood Elementary School. Earlier this year, Lindbergh’s elementary school librarians worked together

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