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Lindbergh previews 2022-2023 budget; funds impacted by student attendance during pandemic

Lindbergh previews 2022-2023 budget; funds impacted by student attendance during pandemic

By Lucas Irizarry, Staff Reporter May 18, 2022

Ahead of its budget approval in June, the Lindbergh Board of Education reviewed goals and probable new revenue/expenditures at a board workshop May 5. Chief Financial Officer Joël Scheible said the...

One final walk down memory lane

May 18, 2022

Last Friday was the last day of school for the Lindbergh High School Class of 2022. After picking up their caps and gowns May 13, seniors were able to take buses to their former elementary schools to walk...

Getting a ride to school in style

Getting a ride to school in style

May 3, 2022

Fifth-grade Lindbergh student Mira, pictured above, received a ride to Dressel Elementary School from the Mehlville Fire Protection District April 29. Mira won the ride in Dressel Elementary’s 2019 Moveathon...

Tony Lake

Lindbergh Board of Education reviews book challenge, curriculum changes at April meeting

By Lucas Irizarry, Staff Reporter April 28, 2022

Lindbergh’s April 21 Board of Education meeting featured one book challenge review, English curriculum changes and Superintendent Tony Lake’s Listening and Learning report. Book challenge The board...

Lindbergh Superintendent Tony Lake (left) presents former Board Director Mike Tsichlis with a plaque commemorating his time on the board.

Former BoE director sets sights on higher office

By Lucas Irizarry, Staff Reporter April 28, 2022

Mike Tsichlis, a six-year veteran of the Lindbergh Board of Education, did not run for reelection on the school board this April, and is instead focusing his efforts on the race for House District 96 in...

The former Crestwood Plaza property Feb. 18.

Crestwood sued by NAACP for use of tax incentives for mall redevelopment

By Erin Achenbach, News Editor April 27, 2022

The city of Crestwood is being sued by the St. Louis County NAACP and its president for the use of tax increment financing, or TIF, to redevelop the former Crestwood Mall site.  The city said in a...

Lindbergh raises money with 36 hours of tunes

Lindbergh raises money with 36 hours of tunes

April 26, 2022

Lindbergh High School band members performed for 36 straight hours April 22-23 during the ninth annual LHS Musicthon to raise money for Alex’s Lemonade Stand and honor a young band buddy who died in...

The 2022 Lindbergh Leaders, pictured above. Top row, from left: Carena Helich-Henry, Sada Lindsey, Karen Czaicki. Middle Row, from left: Jaclyn Jezik, Cami Dairaghi, Matthew Griner, Mark Pfieffer. Front Row, from left: Patti Thomas, Donna Bouckaert, John Turner.

District hosts banquet for Lindbergh Leaders

April 22, 2022

Lindbergh Schools celebrated the 2022 class of Lindbergh Leaders at a banquet April 8 at Royale Orleans.  Lindbergh Leaders are nominated by their fellow community members for their leadership and...

Christy Watz swears in Jennifer Miller and Julia Voss to the Lindbergh Board of Education.

Lindbergh swears in board members, Miller named president

By Lucas Irizarry, Staff Reporter April 20, 2022

The Lindbergh Board of Education swore in new member Julia Voss, returning member Jennifer Miller and elected its officers at a meeting April 12.  Voss and incumbent Miller won the two open seats on...

Lindbergh names district Teacher of the Year

Lindbergh names district Teacher of the Year

April 12, 2022

Truman Middle School English language arts teacher Kristina Kohl was named Lindbergh Schools 2022 Teacher of the Year last week. Kohl started her teaching career at Truman in 2018. She earned a Bachelor...

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