Lindbergh High School

First Lindbergh Community Breakfast raises $25,000

  The Lindbergh Schools Foundation held its inaugural Community Breakfast Sept. 6. More than 300 community members, volunteers, local businesses, Lindbergh staff and students packed Sunset Country Club to help raise more than $25,000 for programs including the Alumni Association, Lindbergh Lights the Way, History Alive, teacher grants and Lindbergh High School scholarships. ‘We busted

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Lindbergh Alumni Association honors its elite educators, alumni and athletes

Lindbergh High School honored Distinguished Educators, Distinguished Alumni and Athletic Hall of Fame inductees at the LHS Alumni Association’s annual Alumni Awards Banquet Oct. 2. This year’s honorees included: Distinguished Educators Mary Clyburn, elementary principal Robbie Engel, Lindbergh teacher John Oliver, LHS chemistry teacher Sandy Snodgrass, LHS teacher Distinguished Alumni Ben Aschinger, 1994, restaurant owner

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Sunday Night Lights celebrates 10 years

Pictured above: Children participating in the 10th anniversary edition of Sunday Night Lights last week run after the ball ‘under the lights’ on the Lindbergh High School football field. Sunday Night Lights celebrated its 10th year on Sunday, Oct. 13. This event provides a football game experience “under the lights” for children with life-threatening illnesses.

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Lindbergh Strolling Strings perform in D.C.

The Lindbergh High School Strolling Strings group traveled to Washington, D.C., this summer with 19 musicians, three chaperones and two directors. The group raised $25,000 through two trivia nights and other smaller events over the past two years to fund the trip. Known for ”strolling” throughout the audience as they play, the group performed on

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Karl Guyer, the man behind Lindbergh’s facilities, is retiring

Pictured above: The Lindbergh Central Office at the former site of Johnny’s Market at Sappington and Gravois roads. By Gloria Lloyd News Editor glorialloyd@callnewspapers.com One of the most significant officials in the footprint of Lindbergh Schools and the legacy of its school buildings is retiring from the district. Executive Director of Planning and Development Karl Guyer

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