Lindbergh Elementary School

School Highlights 2017 - 2018

  • Be a H.E.R.O – During theme assemblies we learned about Honesty/Integrity, Empathy, Respect, and Optimism. We practiced and then celebrated students who displayed those qualities of a HERO.
  • Career Education – K/1/2 students attended “Careers on Wheels” and 3/4/5 students attended the Career Fair to help them see and learn about possibilities for their own futures.
  • Caring for Kids – Our partner businesses and churches continued their support with school supplies, Christmas gifts for families, picnic tables for the playground, Teacher Appreciation, and mentoring of students.
  • Family Engagement – Families were engaged with various events such as “Pop” In to Meet the Teacher, Family Bingo Night, Pastries with Parents, Kindergarten Celebration, 5th Grade Promotion, classroom parties, and musical performances for each grade level.
  • Field Trips – Students attended academically-focused field trips such as the American Royal, Pumpkin Patch, Deanna Rose Farmstead, Star Base, Missouri Town, Mahaffie Farmstead, F.L. Schlagle Library, Lego Land, Nelson-Atkins Art Gallery,and the zoo. Our 4th graders even played their recorders with the Kansas City Syymphony!
  • Student Council – Representatives from each classroom worked together to support families in need and to plan Spirit Days filled with fun!
  • Score One – Students participated in no-cost Health Screenings with follow-up support provided for families to ensure our students were healthy and ready to learn.
  • Technology – K, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grade students utilized new iPads and 4th and 5th grade students utilized new Chrome Books to support and enhance learning.

Lindbergh's Mission Statement

Lindbergh is committed to EXCELLENCE and HIGH ACHIEVEMENT for all students.

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