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July 03, 2013 - As the only area school to earn the Missouri State High School Activities Association's "Leadership School" recognition for 13 years in a row, Lindbergh High School has proven to be an ongoing leader in good sportsmanship and student involvement.
MSHAA encourages schools to form leadership team committees comprised of students, coaches, administrators and others, to promote and teach citizenship, leadership, sportsmanship and respect.
"Lindbergh High School truly believes in and emphasizes sportsmanship, citizenship, leadership and respect in its activities and programs," Stacy Schroeder, associate executive director of MSHSAA, wrote in a letter to Athletics Director Mike Slyman.
In a news release, Slyman stated he is proud of all of the Flyers athletes who take good sportsmanship seriously and are the reason why LHS earns this distinction year after year.
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