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Book Checkout, coming soon!!!

Starting next week, students will be able to check out library books from our media center.  Students will log into their Dearborn account, go to the School Library Catalog tab on the Dearborn District Home Page and place a hold on their book selection.  Book requests must be made by 4:00 pm Monday to be ready by Tuesday pick-up.  Once we receive the request, we will pull the book and send a confirmation email letting you know that they are ready to be picked up. Pick-up will be at the front entrance of the school from 12:00 – 1:30 on Tuesdays.  Please do not come to pick up the book until you receive a confirmation email.  

When you are ready to return the book, you may bring it back during the same time as pick-up. The books can be placed in the bin outside, they will be held (quarantined) for six days before being put out for checkout again.

Instructions on how to search for books can be found in the link below.

Have a wonderful day!

Ms. Tiba

Face-to-Face Learning Labs

Morning Lindbergh Community,

It was recently decided that Face-to-Face learning labs would be canceled given the current upward trend in cased both in Michigan as well as Dearborn. Our number one priority is the safety of our community of students, staff and parents. We continue to be hopeful that numbers begin to decrease so that F2F learning labs can reopen.

In the meantime, please note that all students that were attending Face-to-Face learning labs will now be doing so remotely through a Zoom link. The times and days should still be the same and the only change will be it is now virtual. Your child’s classroom teacher will be sharing any relevant or changing information with you.

Thank you for your continued support. Be safe!

Ms. Tiba

COVID-19 Case Information @ Lindbergh Elementary

A confirmed case of coronavirus (Covid-19) has been identified at school. The individual was on school grounds Thursday, October 8, 2020. We are working closely with Wayne County Health Department to identify exposures and prevent further cases. This letter is informational only; no further action is required for you at this time.  If you have not been contacted by the district nurse or your building administrator, you are not considered to be a close-contact to the positive individual.

I want to thank all staff and students for following through social distancing measures and adhering to all other guidelines, like wearing masks at all times and not being in close contact with anyone for 15 minutes or more. I want to also remind all staff and students that we need to respect everyone’s privacy at all times. Your safety and privacy are important to us. Again, we thank all of you for adhering to all guidelines. 

The virus that causes COVID-19 is thought to spread mainly from person to person, through respiratory droplets produced when an infected person coughs, sneezes or talks. These droplets can land in the mouths or noses of people who are nearby or possibly be inhaled into the lungs. Spread is more likely when people are less than six feet from each other for at least 15 minutes. A person who is a close contact of someone who is infected with COVID-19 may experience COVID-19 symptoms typically within two to fourteen days after a person is exposed. 

The symptoms of COVID-19 are similar in children and adults. Symptoms can include: Fever (>100.4oF), cough, shortness of breath, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, runny or stuffy nose, loss of taste or smell, abdominal pain. 

There are many things that can be done to keep our schools, homes, and communities “COVID-19 free” and protect ourselves and loved ones: 

  1. Children and adults should stay home when ill. 
  2. Washing hands often with soap and running warm water for at least 20 seconds. 
  3. If a hand washing station is not available, use hand sanitizer properly. Gels, rubs, and hand wipes must contain at least 60% alcohol. Dispose of wipes in the trash after use. 
  4. Practice Good Respiratory Etiquette (cover a cough with elbow versus hand). 
  5. Follow guidance for wearing a face covering and social distancing. 

If you have questions, please contact Wayne County Health Department at 734-727-7078. 

Following the guidance of the MI Safe Schools Roadmap, the school has been disinfected. This includes spraying classrooms, hallways, locker rooms, and common areas as needed with a sanitizer, along with other methods of disinfection.

Additional information can be found on the CDC website.


Hello All

The Dearborn Schools Board of Education voted late Monday night to extend online learning in the district for another month.

They also scheduled a meeting for Oct. 26 to reevaluate conditions and agreed to continue and expand the in-school learning labs that launched districtwide last week.

Read more about it in our First Bell Article

Have a wonderful afternoon!

Learning Labs

Lindbergh Families

As teachers begin completing assessments, face-to-face learning labs will begin starting this week. These learning labs will begin with small groups of approximately 1-3 students by invitation only. Each teacher will be offering them on a variety of days Monday to Friday (not everyday) in order to limit the number of students and staff in the school at the same time. This will also allow for maximum social distancing in the building.

These limited small groups will offer additional in-person assistance to students for academic and other needs first. The remaining students will continue to be seen in small groups remotely. If we as a community continue to see a decrease with the positivity rate then we could eventually see an increase in students being serviced face-to-face.

Your child’s teacher will communicate with you if and when your child will be seen and whether or not it is remote or face-to-face. Your understanding and flexibilty continues to be appreciated.

Finally, if your child is coming to school, please make sure you are completing this below screener each and every time they are coming to school.

Covid-10 Screening Tool for Families