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Jessica Winingham lives by the motto, Nothing can threaten our peace. She continually uses her program to provide her students with a sense of empowerment to find their own inner peace.
Theater Director Provides Refuge for Students
Elowyn Wells, Web Editor • November 22, 2021

“Nothing can threaten our peace.” This is the motto that Mrs. Jessica Winingham lives by. The theatre program director encourages students...

Maddie Heine (11) using B lunch to complete important work for StuCo. On Tuesday, November 2nd, Maddie Heine worked on setup for Gateway; a StuCo convention. ¨I like to use my lunch time to work on things for StuCo and put my share of work in for Stuco.¨ Heine said.
Lindbergh Leaders
Audrey Branding, Staff Writer • November 19, 2021

Each year there are students that take on the role of ¨Lindbergh Leaders.¨ They lead the school through clubs like Student Council, Green Machine,...

Maddux getting into the spirit at one of Social Constructs shows.
Local Band at LHS Attempts to Redefine the Music Industry
Sam Elliott, Staff Writer • November 19, 2021

Maddux Younce (10) has listened to and played music for years. It wasn’t until about a year ago he started playing with a group of friends...

Teachers Give their Take on Power Lunch
Olivia Lowe, Staff Writer • October 27, 2021

For many students, power lunch is something new. Freshmen and sophomores have never experienced it. Students spend power lunches eating their...

Juniors and Seniors Battle for Powderpuff Champion
Juniors and Seniors Battle for Powderpuff Champion
Audrey Branding, Staff Writer • October 20, 2021

On Sept. 23, teams of juniors and seniors battled in what might or might not have been their last powderpuff games.  At Lindbergh High School,...

LHS Creates Opportunities with 60 Club Options for Students
Ella Fleming, Staff Writer • October 20, 2021

Being a part of a school and its community is always important, but the question is how? At Lindbergh High School, there are numerous opportunities...

LHS Helps Students Adjust to the “New Normal”
Amira Dower , Staff Writer • October 20, 2021

The return to in-person school has proven challenging for everyone. Every year there is a new set of freshmen and it always takes time to adjust....

School Struggles to Find Enough Substitute Teachers to Meet Demand
Callie Dynes, Staff Writer • October 20, 2021

Since the pandemic started, there have been multiple problems with getting students back to school, and there may be more problems with school...

Sophomore students wear green to support their class at the Pep Rally. Photo credits to staff writer, Maddie Woods.
Homecoming: A Recap of Lindbergh High School’s Week for the Books
Elaine Ottens, Editor In Cheif • October 20, 2021

Last year was a time in which everyone was left in the dark. People didn’t know what would be happening, and what wouldn’t. It came to be...

How Has COVID Made a Difference In LHS Football?
How Has COVID Made a Difference In LHS Football?
Maddie Woods, Staff Writer • October 20, 2021

Although the battle with COVID has been challenging, the Varsity football team has been able to be successful and keep their record moving forward...

Staff photo of Dan Dougherty.
LHS Science Teacher Wins Regional Teacher of the Year Award
Alanna Castillo, Staff Writer • October 20, 2021

Ten teachers have received the St. Louis Regional Teacher of the Year award over the summer. One of them was Mr. Dan Dougherty, chemistry and...

Teachers and Students Sample New Furniture at LHS
Isabella Capriglione, Staff Writer • October 20, 2021

Construction at Lindbergh High School is scheduled to be finished by January 2023, and when it is, teachers and students will likely find new...

Seniors Charis Peters (Miss Scarlet) and Rylee Droege (Wadsworth) attempt to straighten out the details about the mysterious murders throughout the night.
LHS Thespians Prepare for a Killer Production
Elowyn Wells, Web Editor • October 12, 2021

The stakes are high. There’s a killer on the loose. The weapons are obtainable. The clock is ticking. Trust no one.  This is the atmosphere...

SENIOR SPOTLIGHT
May 25, 2021

EJ is a 2 year member of the Publications staff.  EJ aspires to be part of the Broadcast realm after he graduates.  EJ is always...

Make the Most Out of Summer 2021
Mallory Broom, Staff Writer • April 29, 2021

Fourth quarter has nearly every student eyeing the clock until summer vacation, with a variety of goals, plans and expectations. Many students...

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