Parent Survey

Dear Parent/Guardian, 

Dearborn Public Schools is using this Parent Survey as a means to elicit your beliefs and opinions to help target areas for the school system to improve and areas to continue to be effective. The online survey will be available until 11/15/19. In order to complete the survey, please click on this link: Parent Survey Dearborn Schools Fall 2019

Please be assured that your responses to this survey will be anonymous and your honest opinions are appreciated. Thank you in advance for supporting our improvement efforts.


Zainah Tiba, Principal

We are a Prestigious National Blue Ribbon School for 2019!!!!!

Congratulations to our entire community! Charles A. Lindbergh Elementary School in Dearborn Public Schools has been designated an Exemplary High Performing Schools National Blue Ribbon School for 2019 by U. S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos. Our school is one of 362 schools in the nation and one of thirteen schools from Michigan to be recognized in 2019.  
This is a huge accomplishment and one that we will continue to celebrate.  
Congratulations again!

Zainah TibaPrincipalCharles A. Lindbergh Elementary School

School Improvement Visits

School Improvement visits have officially started for the 2019-20 year. If you would like to learn more about your school’s goals and strategies and how they are implemented in the classroom, sign up for one of our “unannounced” school visits. Parents will have the opportunity to tour the school with district administrators and provide their insight on the school. All registered parents are notified one hour in advance of the visit with the meeting time/date. If you have any questions, contact the District School Improvement Office at 313-827-7661.

If you are interested in signing up, please use the the following link:

Parent SIP Visit Sign Up Link

Free Detroit Symphony Concert

On Sunday, September 22 at 3 PM, the DSO will give a free performance at the Ford Community and Performing Arts Center, sponsored by the DTE Energy Foundation. Across all of its 2019-2020 programming, the DSO celebrates the centennial of Orchestra Hall, built in 1919 as the first permanent home of the orchestra. From 1941-1951, Orchestra Hall became the Paradise Theatre, a celebrated venue for jazz and blues artists. The 2019-2020 season also marks the 20th anniversary of the DSO’s Paradise Jazz Series, which takes its name from Orchestra Hall’s ten-year history as the Paradise Theatre.

Join conductor Jacob Joyce as the Detroit Symphony Orchestra celebrates the centennial of Orchestra Hall, featuring works performed during the Orchestra’s first season at Orchestra Hall. The DSO pays tribute to the hall’s jazz roots with a performance of Duke Ellington Fantasy, a nod to the Paradise Theatre’s earliest concerts, which included a date featuring Duke Ellington just four weeks after the venue opened.

Here is a link to reserve tickets:

Classroom Update

Afternoon Lindbergh Families, 

Great news, the district has approved us for one additional teacher to help alleviate our large class sizes.  Over the next few days, we will be working on finalizing a plan that will balance our classes to benefit all students.  In the meantime, please note that systems are in place to support where needed. Thank you all for your continued support and understanding.  

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