Secret Santa Shop

Santa Shop is a secret holiday shopping experience for our kids to shop for Mom, Dad, Brother, Sister, Grandma, Grandpa, Teacher, Dog, Cat, etc.  Each item is $2.

Students can shop:
Tuesday, December 11th, 9-11:30 AM and 1-3:35 PM
Wednesday, December 12th, 9-11:30 AM and 1-3:35 PM
Thursday, December 13th, 9 AM-1 PM

We need helpers for set up, tear down, shopping assistance, and register.  We have 20 spots to fill, so please consider volunteering for a shift or two!

Sign up here:

Barnes & Nobel Caroling!

Saturday, December 8th
Barnes & Noble Fairlane Green
3120 Fairlane Dr.
Allen Park, MI 48101

Come see our amazing Choir and Hand-Chime Carolers perform:

Choir–11:30 AM-Noon
Hand-chime Caroling–2 PM

Lindbergh will receive a portion of all sales, including cafe purchases! Just mention Lindbergh at checkout.

Bingo for Books!

ELF Bingo for Books!
Friday, December 7th
6:30-8 PM in the Cafeteria

Sign up here to volunteer or donate items:

Fly into our Extravaganza-lorius 
Bingo For Books with your Favorite Elf PJs or shirt,
and you’ll get a magical raffle ticket for the door prize giveaway! 
Lots of great books to choose from! 
Everyone walks away a winner. 

Bingo cards are $3 per player, $2 for PTA members, which includes 6 rounds of bingo with snacks.


Read by Third Grade

Based on Public Law 306 (October 2016), third grade students who are more than a year below grade level on the state ELA assessment are under consideration for retention in third grade.  Dearborn Public Schools staff in elementary schools have been systematically planning to ensure that teachers have the training to teach reading effectively and that students receive small group instruction based on their needs.  The current year second graders are the first group to potentially be impacted by the legislation.
You are invited to join the district task force to strengthen the planning process and to ensure that the community is informed and engaged in the success of every student.
If you would like to participate, please complete the survey.

Community Service Projects

The students of Lindbergh have decided to do two community service projects.  This helps out the community by us giving to those that are in need. We are sharpening our saw by helping our hearts.  

Please consider giving to one of our projects:

  1. Dearborn Animal Shelter

The Dearborn Animal Shelter is located on MIchigan Ave. behind the Police Station.  They take care of many unwanted pets. Due to the amount of animals they need our help.  The shelter is in need of many new items to help take care of the animals. Here is a list of a few needed items for dogs and cats. Cats need dry purina, dishes and cat clay litter- non clumping. Dogs need Nylon 6 ft. collars, pedigree(food). Both cats and dogs need new fleece blankets, toys and treats. We are collecting until the end of February. Put the donations in the box by the Auditorium.

  1. Ronald McDonald House

The Ronald McDonald House of Ann Arbor 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.


From: The Lindbergh Lighthouse Leader

Ben Ross

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

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