Safety First!

Dear Parents,


During this month’s PTA meeting we discussed Habit 1-Be Proactive.  This habit spends some time teaching us about our circle of control as well as our circle of influence.   There are things in our everyday lives that we can control and others that we can only influence.  When we think about our circle of control, these are things we are responsible for and have the ability to change.  One thing that I have found important to highlight today is road safety.  We all play an important role in how we are modeling safety for our students.  Please take some time to read through some ways we can continue to model and ensure our school is a safe environment specifically during arrival and dismissal times.

  • School begins at 8:35 and breakfast at 8:15-please don’t drop off your child before those times as there is no supervision.
  • Drive carefully and park a safe distance from crosswalks (cars are allowed to park 30 ft. from stop signs and 20 ft. from crosswalks).
  • Use the crosswalk at all times and avoid crossing in the middle of the street and/or in between cars.
  • Park in designated parking areas-do not use the staff parking lot and please do not park/block the neighbor’s driveways.
  • We recommend that we try to have our driving families follow a voluntary one way driving around the building: west on Myrtle, north on Waverly and East on Lodge Lane, this will allow traffic to flow much better.

The Dearborn police will be doing random checks on the safety of parent drivers in our community.

Finally, I want to remind everyone that safety is our top priority and although we cannot control the actions of others, we can definitely have an influence on their actions by following the above mentioned safety measures.

Thank you for your continued support and understanding and drive safe.


Ms. Tiba

Raffle Tickets Are Due Tomorrow!!!

RAFFLE TICKETS ARE DUE TOMORROW!  PLEASE TURN IN ALL SOLD/UNSOLD TICKETS TO YOUR TEACHER!!! If you decide that selling isn’t for you, a donation can be made as well to help our school and students reach their fundraising goal.  This fundraiser allows us to only have one fundraiser a year for all of our amazing events that our PTA is able to provide, as well as extras such as our GAGA ball pit, soon to be new water fountains/bottle fill stations, reading kits and so much more.

Our Lindbergh Holiday Boutique is a community tradition that is enjoyed by so many.  It is not possible without all of our amazing volunteers.  Please check the signup genius and get your shift before someone else does.  We need lots of help decorating the school tomorrow afternoon as well, we would love to see your smiling faces.


Thank you!

Lindbergh PTA and Staff

Bus Evacuation Drill 10/25

Good morning,

Tomorrow, Thursday October 25, 2018, we will be conducting our first bus evacuation drill for the year.  This will take place at some point during the ride into school.  This may cause some buses to run a little late.   It also may generate some phone calls from concerned parents and citizens.  This will include all regular and special ed. buses.

Best Regards

Mark Andrews

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