NEA Big Read Kick-off

NEA Big Read Kick-off

When Sat, March 7, 11am – 1pm

Where The Henry Ford Museum, 20900 Oakwood Blvd, Dearborn, MI 48124, USA (map)

Description Our Kick-off will take place in the Anderson Theater and will feature free books and seeds, introductory remarks by Mayor John B. O’Reilly, Jr., a keynote lecture by Professor Selena Smith of UM-AA on Lab Girl, a presentation on plants by Debra A. Reid, the Curator of Agriculture at The Henry Ford, and a craft for all ages.

Crayola Color-Cycle Program

Dear Families~
Lindbergh has implemented a student-led Green Team. This team consists of 4th and 5th graders who meet with me, once a month. We have many things planned for this school year! Our first plan of action is to implement the Color-Cycle program through Crayola. 
Please read the attached letter for more information about this. Thank you for your support!

Best, Mrs. Currie

Influenza B

Dear Parents,

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”.

 Symptoms usually 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)

● Cough

● 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 healthcare provider.


 The Dearborn School Nurses

Preschool Program moving to Lindbergh

Early Childhood Programs

Dear Lindbergh Community,

As you may be aware, the Haigh community continues to grow creating the need for additional classroom space in the school.   The district has made a decision to relocate our Preschool classroom currently at Haigh to Lindbergh Elementary in order to meet the need for additional classroom space at Haigh.

The Preschool classroom and families are looking forward to being part of the Lindbergh community. The Lindbergh staff and Preschool staff is currently working on preparing a classroom for our students.  This classroom is part of our development preschool, Wee Scholars and Little Scholars program for students 3 years old and 4 years old.

The plan is for the move to take place towards the middle to end of January.  At this time we are unable to determine an exact date for the move due to licensing requirements and other provisions that need to be addressed when setting up a preschool classroom.  

It is important to us that we share this information with all of you so you are aware of this addition to the Lindbergh community.

Please let us know if you have any questions or concerns.


Stephanie Stover, Early Childhood Supervisor


Amy Modica, Early Childhood Coordinator

Lindbergh Elementary Apparel Order

Lindbergh is proud to have earned both Blue Ribbon and Lighthouse status this year! None of this would have been possible without each and every member of the Lindbergh community flying the spirit of success together. For this reason we thought it would be nice to have new shirts made to show our Lindbergh pride!

Please complete the order form we will be sending home if you are interested in any of the items and return it to your child’s classroom teacher with the correct amount in cash by Tuesday, January 14, 2020. All shirts will be in the color royal blue to symbolize our prestigious Blue Ribbons status! 

Additional order forms will be available in the office.

Have a wonderful day!

S.T.A.R. Program Reminder-few spots remaining

Dear Flyers Family,

I am very excited to announce two after school programs to help keep students moving! The programs will be offered once a week on Wednesday’s and run from 3:45pm – 4:45pm beginning in the New Year.      

  • S.T.A.R. Program for grades K-5th

o    The STAR program is a free program for K-5th grade that allows students an opportunity to reach their full potential, by giving them the knowledge and skills to take them on any journey they wish through life as physically literate learners. Students will have the opportunity to participate in various activities that promote teamwork and confidence through play as they Sharpen the Saw (habit 7). 

  • Running Club for grades 3rd-5th

o    Lindbergh’s Running Club is a free program for 3rd, 4th and 5th grade students. We meet once a week, for five weeks, on Wednesday’s from 3:45-4:45pm. We will begin with a warm up and stretches and then we hit the track! Students go at their own pace and are encouraged to work towards reaching their own personal goal. We continue the year motivating beginning runners to “run one lap then walk one” and to continue at that pace for as long as they can. Then, we build up to running two laps and walking one and so on. We finish our workouts with cool down stretches and reward students for reaching mileage milestones. Lindbergh’s Running Club is a happy and healthy place to finish your school day!

If you are interested in signing up your child for the either program, please check out the schedule and register at to reserve your child’s spot in the club. You can sign up for as many classes as you wish.  However, space is limited for each class, so please check for availability and only sign up for the days your child can attend. 

Helping kids stay active,

Mr. Harvey

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