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July 22, 2015
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Parker hired as Sappington assistant principal

The Lindbergh Board of Education has hired Ta'Keshia Parker as the new assistant principal of Sappington Elementary School for the 2015-2016 school year. ...more >>
July 22, 2015
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Norton named new Lindbergh youth activities director

Kit Norton has been named activities director for the Lindbergh Athletic Association and Activities Office....more >>
July 15, 2015
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Crestwood-Sunset Hills Chamber honors Students of the Year

The Crestwood-Sunset Hills Area Chamber of Commerce recently recognized Kayla Swiderski and Will Vestal as its Middle School Students of the Year. Kayla is in eighth grade at Sperreng Middle School. Carmen Worley from Friendship Village noted during the awards presentation that Kayla gives tremendous effort in academics, shows great school spirit, leads programs and activities, and is kind, generous and always positive. Will, who is in eighth grade at Truman Middle School, consistently demonstrates high work ethics, maintains straight A's, is highly respected by teachers and administrators and shows great leadership on Truman's Leadership Team for Character Education, said presenter Nancy Benson, representing Fran Ann Engraving. In addition, Will was elected speaker of the house as part of the YMCA's Youth in Government program....more >>
July 15, 2015
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Pike named Point Elementary School principal

The Mehlville Board of Education has hired Shannon Pike to become the new principal at Point Elementary School....more >>
July 15, 2015

Lindbergh graduate receives Fenton chamber scholarship

Lindbergh High School graduate Haley Greer was one of 13 high school seniors who recently received scholarships from the Fenton Area Chamber of Commerce. ...more >>
July 08, 2015
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Mehlville board says farewell to Ridder, longtime employees

'You've made it cool to plan,' Felton tells departing superintendent

Any observer of the Mehlville Board of Education over the past year knows that the board rarely approves anything unanimously these days, but board members were in full agreement as they said farewell to outgoing Superintendent Norm Ridder at his last board meeting that the interim leader was an asset over the past year to a district in financial crisis....more >>
July 08, 2015
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Truman teacher named St. Louis Middle School PE Educator of the Year

Truman Middle School physical education teacher Sara Marrone has been named the 2015 St. Louis District Middle School Educator of the Year, by the Missouri Association for Health, Physical Education and Dance....more >>
July 08, 2015
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Concord shower benefits Nurses for Newborns

Second-grade students at Concord Elementary School sponsored a baby shower to benefit Nurses for Newborns....more >>
July 08, 2015
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Recent rains offer bright spot

Though last month was the rainiest June on record for the St. Louis area, the record rainfall was not without its bright spots, as demonstrated by this photograph taken at Crestwood Elementary School by Amy King. King's son will enter first grade in August....more >>
July 01, 2015
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Blooming Artist mentors make an impression on art students

Exhibition on display through Saturday in Clayton

As part of the 2015 Blooming Artists Project and Exhibition, professional artists served as mentors to local art students and collaborated on projects inspired by each other's art. Above, master artist Kyle Lucks, left, holds up a painting by his partner, Kennerly Elementary fifth-grader Camryn Korte. Most of the 11 art students are from Lindbergh Schools, with one from Oakville High School. The paired artwork is on display through Saturday, July 4, at the Clayton Fine Art Gallery, 21 N. Bemiston Ave. To see more photographs of students and their artwork, visit www.callnewspapers.com....more >>
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