School News

Mehlville school bands hit a high note

Mehlville School District band students hit a high note last week at the South Side All-District Concert. The concert, which took place Feb. 15 at Oakville High School, featured the Sixth-Grade Band comprised of Oakville and Buerkle middle school students, the Eighth-Grade Band comprised of Oakville and Buerkle middle school students and the Oakville High

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Four Mehlville students named National Merit Scholarship finalists

Oakville High School seniors Conrad Bucholtz and Olivia Rauls are National Merit Scholarship finalists. All four Mehlville School District students who were chosen as National Merit Scholarship semifinalists for the 2017-2018 school year have been selected as scholarship finalists. The honorees are seniors Joshua Richter and Grant Robertson of Mehlville High School and seniors Olivia

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Lindbergh thespians present ‘9 to 5 the Musical’

The Lindbergh High School thespian troupe is taking a trip back in time this week to 1970s office culture with a hilarious production of “9 to 5 the Musical.” Showtimes for the LHS spring musical are 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 22, and Friday, Feb. 23, and at 8 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 24. “9 to 5

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Rotary Club honors Lindbergh High student

The Crestwood-Sunset Hills Rotary Club recently honored Lindbergh High School junior Isabella Feltenstein as its Student of the Month. LHS staff and students identify Isabella as a wonderful asset to the Lindbergh community. She is compassionate and dedicated to improving climate and culture for all, according to Mareen Reed, Character Education team leader at LHS.

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Chamber honors Lindbergh High band leader

The Crestwood-Sunset Hills Area Chamber of Commerce recently honored Lindbergh High School senior Mike Mullins as its Student of the Month. Mike ranks in the top 95 percent of his graduating class and is dual enrolled at St. Louis Community College, taking nine hours of college courses this semester. As president of the Spirit of

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Two Oakville students take first at invitational

Oakville High School sophomores Nora Ovchiyan, left, and Brittany Kohne took first in Duo Interpretation of L. Frank Baum’s ‘The Wonderful Wizard of Oz’ at the first Oakville-Mehlville Novice Speech and Debate Invitational. Two Oakville High School sophomores won first-place honors at the first Oakville-Mehlville Novice Speech and Debate Invitational. Novices are students in their

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Ribbon-cutting takes place at new Lindbergh Central Office

Lindbergh Schools marked the official opening of the district’s new Central Office building last week with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Board of Education members, administrators, students and community members gathered Friday for the ceremony at the building constructed at the site of the former Johnny’s Market at Gravois and Sappington roads. The two-story, 24,000-square-foot building is

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Lindbergh parent group donations exceed $607,000

Parents in Lindbergh Schools continued to show strong support for district teachers, programs and facilities in 2016-2017, with donations totaling $607,233. Lindbergh parents have a long tradition of giving back to local education through not only monetary donations, but also participation in district committee work, organization of events and countless volunteer hours, according to a

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Lindbergh among best school districts in country

Lindbergh Schools ranks among the best school districts in the United States, ac-cording to a recent study by the National Council for Home Safety and Security. Lindbergh consistently ranks among the top school districts in Missouri for academic achievement, ranking No. 1 in Missouri for student achievement from 2010 to 2015. In addition, six Lindbergh

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Kiwanis Club honors Lindbergh student

The Kiwanis Club of Crestwood-Sunset Hills recently honored Lindbergh High School senior Liz Schrader as its Student of the Month. Liz has earned an above 4.0 grade-point average and has served on the Spirit Yearbook staff for three years and this year is editor-in-chief. Liz will attend the University of Missouri-Columbia this fall and major

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