Lindbergh board, administrators host clergy at annual breakfast

Lindbergh board, administrators host clergy at annual breakfast

Guests at this year’s Lindbergh Schools clergy breakfast, front row, from left, are: Billy Bommarito, St. Catherine Laboure Catholic Church; Teguh Djaja and the Rev. Mark Revisky, Crestwood Christian Church; Senior Pastor Clegguart Mitchell, South County Bible Church; Pastor Jill Seagle, St. Thomas Holy Spirit Lutheran Church; Senior Pastor Rusty Wirt, Concord Church; Peggy Brinkmann, St. Catherine Laboure; Joy Long and Pastor Lance Long, First Baptist Church of Crestwood. Back row, from left, are: Pastor Harry Schroeder, Southgate Church; Associate Pastor Dan Johnson, South County Bible Church; Pastor Kevin Pratt, Southgate Church; Zech Teasdale, Webster Gardens Lutheran Church; Pastor Scott Joggerst, Southgate Church; Pastor Daniel Meyer, Christ Memorial Lutheran Church; Pastor Brian King; Webster Gardens Lutheran Church; the Rev. Dr. Keith Herron, St. Lucas United Church of Christ; Loni Fancher, Concord Trinity United Methodist Church; Pastor Jeff Cloeter, Christ Memorial Lutheran Church; and Pastor John Childers, South County Baptist Church.

Lindbergh Board of Education members and administrators recently met with representatives from local churches to provide an update on district programs and discuss how both institutions can work together to meet the needs of students.
This year’s meeting took place at Lindbergh’s new Dressel Elementary School, and began with a tour of the new building, led by Principal Craig Hamby.
“Churches and schools have a common goal, and that is to provide positive support for families, safe places for them to gathe, and a solid foundation for the future,” Superintendent Jim Simpson stated in a news release. “Both institutions play vital roles in our community and regular communication helps us all stay strong.”