The Lindbergh High School Strolling Strings group, comprising 19 musicians, three chaperones and two directors, travelled to Washington, D.C., the first week in June. The group raised $25,000 through two trivia nights and other smaller events over the past two years to fund the trip.
The Lindbergh Schools Board of Education voted on June 26 to approve a balanced budget for the 2019-20 school year with $77.3 million in operating revenues and $126,795,458 in total expenditures, including debt service and new Prop R construction.
The Affton School District Board of Education approved more than $270,000 budgeted expenditures at its May 21 meeting, with the biggest share going toward sustaining the 1:1 Initiative technology program for which it has gained statewide recognition.
The Lindbergh Schools Board of Education’s final meeting of the school year ended Tuesday night with parents airing a litany of concerns about in-school bullying and the provision of services for students with dyslexia and other reading problems.
Affton, Lindbergh and Rockwood Summit high schools have been recognized as top high schools in Missouri on the U.S. News and World Report’s 2019 Best High Schools list.
Lindbergh High School students Sindhu Bala and Christina Yepez recently won the Google Science Fair for the state of Missouri for developing a method of recycling styrofoam into glue.
The Lindbergh Schools Board of Education voted 6-0 to approve an average 6 percent salary increase for district teachers in the 2019-20 school year.
Lindbergh High School band members raised more than $2,200 for childhood cancer research during their annual 36-hour musicthon April 12-13.
Citizen groups aiming to promote racial justice and diversity are regular fixtures in the Kirkwood, Webster Groves and Parkway school districts. Now the same thing is happening in Lindbergh Schools.
Lindbergh Schools constituents voted overwhelmingly on April 2 in favor of a ballot measure promoted to make schools more secure and safe.
In one of the higher profile campaigns in the April 2 election, Anne Adams Marshall came out ahead and earned a spot on the St. Louis Community College Board of Trustees. Adams Marshall pulled 11,118 votes (roughly 54 percent) over Paula M. Savarino’s 9,448 (roughly 46 percent) votes. She wi…