Lindbergh High School

Grad Salute: Lindbergh High School Class of 2017

Congratulations to the Lindbergh High School Class of 2017, which graduates Tuesday, May 30. Check out a picture of this year’s LHS graduates in our Grad Salute in this week’s Mail Call expanded edition! To see pictures of the graduation ceremony, stay tuned to our website, Facebook page at facebook.com/callnewspapers and our Instagram at @callnewspapers.

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Lindbergh retired educators award scholarships

The Lindbergh Retired Educators recently honored four Lindbergh High School seniors with college scholarships during the organization’s annual Spring Fling luncheon. The students, from left, Kaitlyn Hoevelmann, Chloe Garcia, Dann Dobbs and Samantha Sample, each received a $1,000 scholarship from the organization.

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Lindbergh High teacher awarded $3,000 grant for STEM education

Lindbergh High School will offer a new Biomedical Science course next year thanks to a $3,000 Dannette Ward Science Education Grant from Monsanto’s STEM Education Outreach Program. Sarah Nash, Monsanto outreach communications specialist, presented LHS Honors Biology teacher Andrew Edwards with the grant. He will work with the Science Department to create a new course

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Lindbergh High one of most challenging high schools in nation

Washington Post ranks LHS 17th in Missouri, 1,296 nationwide Lindbergh High School has been recognized as one of the most challenging high schools in the nation by the Washington Post. The publication ranked LHS 17th in Missouri and 1,296 nationwide on its annual “America’s Most Challenging High Schools” list. “Lindbergh High School is proud to

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Lindbergh High Student Council earns National Excellence Award

The Lindbergh High School Student Council is one of nine high schools in Missouri and 259 nationwide to earn the 2017 National Council of Excellence Award from the National Association of Student Councils. The National Council of Excellence is a national award program created by NASC to recognize student councils that maintain strong year-round programs

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New Lindbergh teachers honored for excellence

Two Lindbergh educators have received Missouri Outstanding Beginning Teacher Awards from the Missouri Association of Colleges for Teacher Education. Lindbergh High School science teacher Elizabeth Deister and Crestwood Elementary School kindergarten teacher Shannon Roe were honored at a March 29 luncheon. The Outstanding Beginning Teacher Awards recognize teachers in their first two years of service

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Lindbergh students perform in Rose Parade

Byline: Four members of the Lindbergh High School Spirit of St. Louis Marching Band — Emily Bertin, Mike Mullins, Josh Olson and Emma Kovacs — performed in the 2017 Rose Parade as part of the Bands of America Honor Band. Bertin played clarinet, Mullins played percussion, Olson played mellophone and Kovacs performed in the color guard. The 2017 Bands of America Honor Band featured more than 300 members from all 50 states. The program provides students from every high school band in the country the opportunity to audition for a performance spot in an unforgettable event.

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Lindbergh High band to play in Rose Parade

Originally Published on: 2009-09-30 Lindbergh High School’s Spirit of St. Louis Marching Band has been selected to perform in the 2011 Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, Calif., which will take place on New Year’s Day, according to a news release issued by the district. This will be the Lindbergh band’s second trip to the

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Lindbergh group to seek donations to fund artificial turf

Originally Published on: 2009-06-03 The Lindbergh Board of Education recently voted to grant permission to a volunteer group to solicit donations to fund synthetic-turf surfaces for the lighted field and track field at Lindbergh High School. Board members agreed to allow the Lindbergh Partners, an arm of the Lindbergh School District Foundation, “to raise an

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