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Elected officials meet with Lindbergh board, administrators



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December 25, 2013 - Lindbergh Schools recently hosted its annual breakfast for elected officials, providing the Board of Education and district administrators an opportunity to meet with several local and state political figures and discuss timely educational issues. Superintendent Jim Simpson shared an informative presentation about Lindbergh's growing student enrollment and the district's plans to address it, and Lindbergh board members and district administrators enjoyed conversing about local issues. Pictured at the annual breakfast, back row, from left, Rep. Vicki Englund, who also serves on the Lindbergh school board; Eric Fey, representing 5th District County Councilman Pat Dolan; Grantwood Village Chairman Kevin Kelso; Sunset Hills Ward 3 Alderman Kurt Krueger; Lindbergh board member Mark Rudoff; and Crestwood Ward 4 Alderman Mike Tsichlis. Middle row, from left, are: Rep. Mike Leara; Jonathan Boesch, representing County Executive Charlie Dooley; Grantwood Village Building Commissioner Bob Bess; Grantwood Village Clerk Mark Kienstra; Green Park Ward 1 Alderman Tony Pousosa; Grantwood Village Treasurer Pat Williams; Crestwood Ward 3 Alderman Bill Boston; and Crestwood Mayor Jeff Schlink. Front row, from left, are: Marilyn Beck, representing Sen. Scott Sifton; Sunset Hills Ward 4 Alderman Pat Fribis; Lindbergh Board of Education President Kathleen Kienstra; Sunset Hills Ward 1 Alderman Dee Baebler; Rep. Jeanne Kirkton; and Crestwood Ward 2 Alderman Mary Stadter. Not pictured are Lindbergh board Vice President Don Bee, Secretary Karen Schuster and board member Kate Holloway.


Tags: Crestwood News, Green Park News, Lindbergh Schools News, St. Louis County News, Sunset Hills News, Web Exclusive


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