ECE staff signs beam for new part-day building

Lindbergh Early Childhood Education staff members Julianne Woodle, Teresa Darr, Barb Mikusch, Lori Beel and Teresa Steinacker sign a steel beam that will be used in the construction of Lindbergh Early Childhood Education West.

Lindbergh Early Childhood Education staff members Julianne Woodle, Teresa Darr, Barb Mikusch, Lori Beel and Teresa Steinacker sign a steel beam that will be used in the construction of Lindbergh Early Childhood Education West.

Lindbergh Early Childhood Education staff members gathered recently on the construction site for ECE West to sign a steel beam that will be used in the building’s construction.

Lindbergh Early Childhood Education West will be constructed on the campus of Truman Middle School, and will include seven classrooms to serve children ages 2 to 5 in the part-day early childhood education program. Special Education services will also be available. These part-day programs are currently housed at Dressel School and there is no available space for them to move within Lindbergh’s existing buildings, according to a district news release.

ECE West, which is scheduled to open in August, also will include a multipurpose room that will be available for ECE students, Truman Middle School physical education and after-school Lindbergh Athletic Association use.