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Area’’s deadliest scoring threat ready for Lindbergh’’s ‘’03 water polo season

August 14, 2003

By STEPHEN GLOVER For the Call Back in the days of the Wild West, the infamous gunslingers evoked a fear that now is of legendary status. Sam Lape, a member of the Lindbergh High School water polo team, may not carry a six-shooter on his hip, but he does have the ability to strike fear in his...

New five-year plan sets Lindbergh’’s direction

July 31, 2003

A Comprehensive School Improvement Plan recently was adopted by the Lindbergh Board of Education that will set the direction the district will take for the next five years. By the fall of 2006, the district seeks to significantly improve student performance and to significantly improve the district's...

Lindbergh superintendent awarded 9.4 percent salary hike

July 31, 2003

By MIKE ANTHONY Executive Editor Superintendent Jim Sandfort has been awarded a 9.4 percent raise for the 2003-2004 school year by the Lindbergh Board of Education. Board members voted unanimously to extend Sandfort's contract through the 2005-2006 school year. Sandfort is being paid $145,000...

Planned spend-down strategy reflected in Lindbergh budget

July 10, 2003

By MIKE ANTHONY Executive Editor An operating budget for the 2003-2004 school year that projects more than $2.4 million in deficit spending as part of a planned spend down of district reserves recently was approved by the Lindbergh Board of Education. The approved fiscal 2003-2004 budget projects...

Lindbergh OKs bonds to fund Proposition 4

June 26, 2003

The Lindbergh School District Board of Education recently awarded the sale of $14.1 million in general obligation bonds to Wells Fargo. In an open and competitive bond sale, as recommended by the state auditor, the district received seven bids, according to a district news release. The interest rate f...

Historical Society

May 8, 2003

By BILL MILLIGAN For the Call The Sappington-Concord Historical Society is waging an eleventh-hour effort to save a log school built in 1844 from developers who plan to build new homes on Concord School Road. Erected Sept. 21, 1844 by Jack and Sarah Sappington "for the sum of one dollar,'' ...

Lindbergh High’’s Strolling Strings represent state in national festival

May 8, 2003

The Lindbergh High School Strolling Strings recently were selected to represent the state of Missouri in a major 2003 National Music Festival in Washington, D.C., celebrating America's heritage through music. Susan Rola, orchestra teacher and director of the Strolling Strings, learned tha...

Lindbergh junior, an aspiring architect

May 8, 2003

By BILL MILLIGAN For the Call A junior at Lindbergh High School may be on the leading edge of a wave of youths who will reshape the American Dream in this century. During the last century, every American dreamed of owning a home in which to raise a family. But thanks to the computer-ass...

Four candidates are seeking two seats on Lindbergh school board

April 10, 2003

By MIKE ANTHONY Executive Editor One of the four candidates seeking election to the Lindbergh Board of Education next week opposes the district's Proposi-tion 4 bond issue that voters also will consider Tuesday, April 8. John Dobson, Kenneth Fey, Harry Noel and Drew Walk are vying for two seats...

Lindbergh School District voters to weigh $14.1 million bond issue

April 10, 2003

By KAREN CALLANAN Staff Reporter Lindbergh School District voters will consider a $14.1 million bond issue de-signed to address safety issues at all district schools when they go to the polls Tuesday, April 8. Proposition 4 - "for the future, for kids" on all four levels: early childh...

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