Truman Middle School was the only middle school in Missouri to earn Exemplary Gold status from the Missouri Association of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance in 2013.
LHS Eagle Scout, Sperreng Students Give Back, Chess Team Plays Strong, Marketing Student Chases the Sun, and more.
Filmmaker and Pulitzer Center journalist Micah Fink and Jamaican activist Maurice Tomlinson visited Lindbergh High School Nov. 18 to discuss the film “The Abominable Crime,” which recently screened at the St. Louis International Film Festival. The Pulitzer Center provides funding for under-reported news stories and sends journalists into classrooms where they can interact with students taking Contemporary Issues.
Students at Concord Elementary School recently had the opportunity to visit with Alex Laskaris, the United States Ambassador to the Republic of Guinea. Laskaris addressed the entire student body on the school’s Flyervision announcements before visiting with students in the Program for Exceptionally Gifted Students (PEGS).
The Dads of Concord and Parent Teacher Group presented third-, fourth- and fifth-grade teachers at Concord Elementary School with the gift of technology this November, purchasing additional iPads for classrooms in all three grade levels.
Since 2007-08, Lindbergh Schools has saved more than $75,000 in taxpayer dollars by making purchases through a procurement card (P-Card) that provides a cash-back rebate to the district and participating in a credit card rebate program through the district’s financial institution, Commerce Bank.