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Lindbergh energy audit, performance contracting is saving energy while funding facilities

By Gloria Lloyd News Editor glorialloyd@callnewspapers.com After an energy audit earlier this year, Lindbergh Schools will start funding deferred facilities maintenance districtwide using money saved with a comprehensive plan to improve energy efficiency. Missouri law allows school districts and cities to use “performance contracting,” in which a company guarantees a certain amount of savings in

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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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Kennerly principal leaves early in mystery

An incoming Kennerly kindergartener slides at ‘Popsicles with the Principal’ last year on the school’s playground. Photo by Jessica Belle Kramer. By Gloria Lloyd News Editor glorialloyd@callnewspapers.com Kennerly Elementary School Principal Todd Morgan was slated to depart the district at the end of this year, but he left months early under mysterious circumstances. Lindbergh Schools

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Anti-bullying group Lindbergh Upstanders is set to expand to other school districts

The Upstanders co-founders (from left to right) Erica Hoffman, Andrea Soaib, Robert Vogel, Renee McDonnell and Lisa Huffman celebrate the group’s one year anniversary in February at Helen Fitzgerald’s. By Erin Achenbach Staff Reporter eachenbach@callnewspapers.com A year after the Lindbergh Upstanders Anti-Bullying Collaborative was founded, the group is expanding beyond South County, although the anti-bullying

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Spike in Lindbergh property values is good news for $91 million budget

Pictured above: Lindbergh Superintendent Tony Lake, center, visits Lindbergh High School in January 2018 with former Superintendent Jim Simpson, left, and LHS Principal Eric Cochran. Lake succeeded Simpson, who retired June 30, 2018 after serving as superintendent for the past 10 years. By Gloria Lloyd News Editor glorialloyd@callnewspapers.com  Thanks to a steep jump in property values

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Lindbergh board approves teacher raises of 6 percent

Pictured above: Superintendent Tony Lake, right, talks to Lindbergh teachers at Central Office just after taking his new job as Lindbergh superintendent last July. Photo by Jessica Belle Kramer. By Gloria Lloyd News Editor glorialloyd@callnewspapers.com Lindbergh Schools created a new teacher salary schedule this year that increases pay for teachers and won 97 percent approval

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