Lindbergh High School

Ten Scouts in Boy Scout Troop 580 earn Eagle rank in 2017

Ten young men from Long Elementary School Boy Troop 580 earned the rank of Eagle Scout in one year. Back row, from left, are: Kevin Carpenter, Evan Knobbe, Adam Mertens and Erik Swenson. Front row, from left, are: Blake Burrus, Garrett Greeno, Jonny Stadter and George Tsichlis. Not pictured are Austin Hawkins, Dominic Lupo. Ten

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Lindbergh students give back to community

By Jessica Belle Kramer For the Call Over 40 students in the Lindbergh High School Academy recently gave back to their community by participating in a large-scale leaf-raking effort throughout the school district. Included in the project was the home of Dottie and Richard Abeln, who have lived next door to Long Elementary School since

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Lindbergh Spirit Yearbook wins All-American rating

The 2017 Lindbergh High School Spirit Yearbook earned an All-American rating, the highest possible rating from the National Scholastic Press Association. To receive the All-American rating, a staff must earn at least 400 out of 500 possible points and at least four out of five marks of distinction. The Spirit earned 459 out of 500

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Lindbergh students cheer on winter teams

Lindbergh High School students cheered on the Flyers’ girls’ basketball, boys’ basketball and wrestling teams during the annual Green and Gold event for winter sports. Above, varsity cheerleaders are pictured after their entrance. Front row, from left, are: Skylar Milner, Emma Voellinger and Meredith Kennedy. Back row, from left, are: Aly Rezek, varsity cheer captain,

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Lindbergh High hosts schoolwide College and Career Fair

More than 2,100 Lindbergh High School students in grades nine through 12 heard from 79 professionals in 52 career areas during a recent schoolwide College and Career Fair. Speakers included representatives from the fields of information technology, business, finance, social services, education, fine and performing arts, law, engineering, journalism, hospitality, technical manufacturing, science, medical and

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Panel eyes Freddy’s Frozen Custard rezoning request

The county Planning Commission will consider a rezoning request next week for the site of the current location of Outback Steakhouse on South Lindbergh Boulevard. A public hearing is scheduled at 7 p.m. Monday, Nov. 13, in the County Council Chambers at the Administration Building, 41 S. Central Ave., Clayton. Freddy’s Frozen Custard & Steakburgers

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Lindbergh National Merit Commended Students honored

The National Merit Scholarship Corp. recently announced that seven Lindbergh High School students have been named Commended Students in the 2018 National Merit Scholarship Program. Seniors Heidi Budd, Cullen Curth, Emma Fore, Alyssa Hayes, Alexander Medeiros, Emma Schaefer and Dominique Silva are among 34,000 students nationwide who have been recognized for their exceptional academic performance.

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LHS Student Council to host annual Boonanza

The Lindbergh High School Student Council will host its annual Boonanza from 5 to 8 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 21, in the high school commons, 5000 S. Lindbergh Blvd. The free event for prekindergarten and elementary school students and their families will feature a costume contest at 7 p.m., inflatables, a haunted house, carnival games, a

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Lindbergh yearbook adviser receives scholarship

Lindbergh High School yearbook adviser Carrie Rapp is one of four recipients of the Journalism Education Association’s Future Journalism Teacher Scholarships. She will receive $1,000 from the national association to put toward her master’s degree in online journalism education. Rapp started her career as an English teacher, but after four years as the Spirit adviser,

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Lindbergh students aid hurricane victims

Lindbergh Schools students throughout the district have organized efforts to help hurricane victims this fall. Students at Concord Elementary School wore ‘Hats for Harvey,’ raising $1,807 for hurricane victims. The money will go toward purchasing items for schools in Texas that have lost everything. At Lindbergh High School, Key Club members, above, assembled hygiene kits

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