Dear parents,If we end up having a snow day on Thursday, we will open the book fair on Friday from noon until 1:30. THIS IS ONLY IF WE HAVE A SNOW DAY. If there is no snow day, our last day to purchase books at the Scholastic book fair will be Thursday from noon until 4:00.
There have been a couple of cases of influenza B within the school.
Influenza is a disease caused by a virus that infects the
respiratory tract, and is commonly called “the flu”.
appear within 2 to 4 days after being infected and include:
● Fever (usually
100.5 F to 103.5 F in adults and often even higher in children)
● Sore throat
● Runny or stuffy nose
● Headache and muscle aches
● Extreme fatigue Colds and influenza are the most
contagious during the first 48 hours.
A child who has a
fever should remain at home until they are “fever free” for a minimum of 24
hours without any fever reducing medications.
If your child is
having any of these symptoms, please contact your healthcare provider.
Prevention of the flu
can occur by receiving the flu vaccine yearly from your healthcare provider. In
addition, teach your children good hygiene habits such as washing hands
frequently, covering mouth and nose when sneezing or coughing, and avoiding
close contact with people who are sick.
If you have any additional questions, please contact your
We would like to extend the warmest of wishes to you for a safe and peaceful holiday season and a happy and healthy new year.
This month has been filled with tons of events and celebrations and we enjoyed having you be a part of them. We are grateful for all your support in making these school years for our children so memorable.
Our goal is to go outside during recess every chance we get. If the real feel is 20 degrees (F) or above we will be outside. This is also used to decide if we have indoor line-up that day. The weather is changing and it is important to check the weather in the morning for the day.
Students should be dressed appropriately for the weather. They will be allowed to play in the snow if they have the proper attire. The proper attire to access the snow is snow pants, snow boots, hats, gloves and a warm jacket. We appreciate your support in reinforcing independence by teaching them to put on their attire by themselves.
Thank you to everyone that donated to help support a family in need. Your generosity and willingness to always pay-it-forward has a great impact on shaping the lives of everyone around you and for that we are appreciative. More information can be found on our PTA Facebook homepage, including a photo of all the gifts.
Ronald McDonald House
We will be giving to C.S. Mott’s children’s hospital. Since they opened in 1989 they have welcomed over 23,000 families and friends to stay in the Ronald McDonald house in Ann Arbor. The Ronald McDonald House provides a “home away from home” for families of children experiencing a serious illness or injury required hospitalization in the Ann Arbor area.
The Ronald McDonald House needs pop tabs to turn in and they can recycle them for money. Please bring your pop tabs to school and put them in your classroom container. We are collecting until the end of May.
Collecting pop tabs is a good way to inspire to recycle, and it is helping ill children and their families. The tabs usually come from soda cans, soup cans,and any aluminum container.
As a reminder, any unclaimed items will be donated in January to a charity. Please check the tables outside the office for any lost items. We also have a pair of prescription glasses that have not been claimed. Have a safe and wonderful holiday break!
Ho Ho Ho Lindbergh staff and families! Just a quick reminder that gifts for our Adopt-a-Family program are due at end of day Monday December 16. Please place gifts in the bins or give gift cards to Ms. Pina in the office. We will be collecting them after school. Please remember to wrap all gifts (gift cards in envelopes are fine) and place original tree tag on the gift.
Thanks again for everyone’s generosity. Lindbergh continues to be amazing… Every. Day.
Battle of the Books will be kicking into gear Monday, December 16 from 3:35-4:30! If your child is interested in joining Battle of the Books this year, please fill out the permission slip that went home on Monday and return it to the office no later than this Friday morning. Please read the letter carefully as Battle of the Books has changed. If you have any questions, email Nicole Bazzi at email@example.com or Hiba Osman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do you hear that? Its SANTA! Well not yet at least, but our beloved Holiday Tradition is back next week! SANTA SHOP!
SEE the sign up below… Santa Shop is a holiday shopping experience for our kids to shop for Mom, Dad, Brother, Sister, Grandma, Grandpa, Teacher, Dog, Cat, babysitter, etc… Each item is $2 We need helpers for set up, tear down, shopping assistance, and register. Please consider volunteering for a shift or two! Thank you! https://m.signupgenius.com/#!/showSignUp/4090e4caaa72da4fd0-lindbergh2/47271743
Greetings Flyer Families and Friends!We all know that the holidays are supposed to be times of togetherness and joy, but for many families they can be stressful and anxiety filled. The idea was brought to us to launch a drive to help a local family in need this holiday and everyone was excited to be a part of it.So here it is Flyers…The First Annual Lindbergh Adopt-A Family Program! This year we will be supporting the family of a local woman, recently divorced and living in supportive housing with her 7 children. She’s a graduate of Divine Child and works full time but is having a hard time making ends meet. The children range in ages from 6 to 18, two of which have a disability. Each family member took some time and wrote out a wish list. The lists are far from flashy and contain many simple necessities. Things like fluffy blankets and pillows, twin sheets, household supplies, boots and shoes. They also include fun things like footballs, Pokemon cards, scrunchies, Popsockets, gift cards and purses. We’d love to make this a holiday to remember for this family so here’s where we come in Flyers!! We understand not everyone is able to get into the school to choose a tag so we’ve established 4 ways for you to donate:1. Select a tag from the “gift tree” that we have placed in the lobby. Wrap the gift, attach the tag and place in the bins we will place in the lobby. Take some time to look at the tags, there are some good ones in there! Again, they aren’t flashy and many are only in the $5 range.2. Drop a gift card in the office in ANY denomination (no gift is too small) to one of the following locations: Target, Amazon, Kroger OR Aldi 3. Send a check to school in your child’s folder made out to “LINDBERGH PTA“. Please place in an envelope labeled “GIFT DRIVE” 4. The PTA will have a table and donation jar at Bingo for Books this Friday to collect cash donations, things already purchased and help w tag selection!
These are by no means the only ways to give. We are open to suggestions. The only thing that is FIRM is the deadline.DEADLINE FOR DONATIONS IS DECEMBER 16th We’ve already gotten things rolling with EXTREMELY generous gifts from Executive Dentistry in Dearborn and The Dearborn Goodfellows!(If you know of a Lindbergh family that could use some help this season, please contact Ms. Tiba or any PTA board member) Questions/donation arrangements can be sent to:Danielle Lewis – email@example.comSarah Neubauer – Neubauer156@gmail.comThanks to everyone in advance and Happy Holidays!