Lindbergh hosts annual Elected Officials meeting


Local elected officials and South County school district superintendents met with the Lindbergh Board of Education and Lindbergh administrators Oct. 15 to discuss district initiatives, student success measures and how to best equip Lindbergh graduates with the skills they need to succeed. 

Superintendent Tony Lake shared his annual Listening and Learning presentation and discussed current issues affecting education. 

Attendees included Rep. Jim Murphy and Rep. Michael O’Donnell, both R-Oakville, Rep. Sarah Unsicker, D-Shrewsbury, Crestwood Mayor Grant Mabie, Crestwood Ward 3 Alderman Greg Hall, Bayless School District Superintendent Ronald Tucker, Hancock Place School District Superintendent Kevin Carl, Affton School District Superintendent Travis Bracht, as well as representatives from the offices of Rep. David Gregory, R-Sunset Hills, County Executive Sam Page and 3rd District County Councilman Tim Fitch. 

The Elected Officials meeting is an annual gathering that provides the Lindbergh Board of Education and district administrators an opportunity to meet with several local and state political figures and discuss timely issues of importance to the district and community.