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  • Abra-Kid-Abra- Story Magic: Grades K-5

    Want to learn magic? Develop presentation skills before an audience? This class is for you! Demo how Houdini walks through a brick wall or vanish a raft in the middle of the Bermuda Triangle! Learn impromptu magic, comedy magic, story magic, math magic, and more. Plus, we'll cover presenting and creating your own stories to enhance the tricks. Join us on this fun, magical adventure! Offered in partnership with Abra-Kid-Abra.
  • Art Blazers: Grades K-5

    Artists Who Changed the World! History is full of revolutionary artists. Discover the inspiring artworks and artists who have changed the world of art and the world as we know it. From Frida Kahlo's self-portraits to Keith Haring's street art. Experiment with art techniques and use Crayola art supplies to express your ideas. Design a different unique, artist inspired creation each class. Create the change you want to see in the world! Offered in partnership with Crayola Imagine Arts Academy.
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    Art Masters: Grades 3-5 (Long Elementary Students Only)

    Art Masters Club is here for you to create works of art using a variety of mediums. Long students in grades 3rd - 5th will have the opportunity to explore different styles in drawing, painting, and sculpture! Our club will work together to design and complete exciting projects that we are passionate about and help us develop as artists! Taught by art teacher Jordan Stevens.
  • Ballet

    Ballet classes are based on the curriculum of the Royal Academy of Dance (RAD), an international teaching organization committed to establishing standards of excellence in ballet instruction. The RAD syllabus is used as a basis to ensure correct training and to inspire each student's creativity musicality and dramatic expression. If you would like additional information or your child would like to try a trial class, please register for a Ballet Consultation. Pre-K Creative Dance: Ages 4-5 Jumping over streams and soaring like birds, students will move through an imaginative dance adventure. This fun-filled class will help strengthen gross motor skills. We'll use music, rhythm, and gestures are that are playful and creative. The instructor for this class is Mrs. September Rich. The following classes will be taught by Ms. Kay Tabisaura, RAD RTS. (Email: rtabisaura@lindberghschools.ws) Pre-Ballet 1&2: A preparation for formal ballet lessons, these structured classes focus on correct posture, expression and refining motor skills. Ballet 1, 2, & 3: With a focus on ballet technique and performance qualities, students achieve skills in each level leading to increased physical strength, flexibility, coordination, and creativity. Students gain confidence as they progress though the levels with increasing complexity and challenge. Ballet 2 & 3 classes will include some Character Dance, a theatrical version on European folk dancing found in ballets. Intermediate Classes: For the more advanced dancer, this class challenges students technically, musically, and creatively with exercises that encourage critical thinking and athleticism while developing a sense of theater, movement dynamics and artistic interpretation. Dance Attire: Boys (All Classes): White t-shirt, black shorts, white socks, white ballet slippers Girls: (You do not need to purchase new dance wear IF your child has not outgrown their leotards from last year.) If purchasing new leotards, please note the following colors: Preschool & all Pre-Ballet classes- Pink short-sleeved leotards, pink or skin colored tights, pink skirt, pink ballet slippers Ballet 1 & 2- Lilac, short-sleeved leotard, pink or skin colored tights, pink ballet slippers Ballet 3- Navy blue tank or black camisole leotard , pink or skin colored tights, pink ballet slippers, black character shoes Pre- Intermediate & Intermediate: Black camisole leotard, pink or skin colored tights, pink ballet slippers, pointe shoes (with teacher approval) All classes: Please have hair pulled away from face in bun or ponytail. For those with short hair, headbands or clips are recommended.
  • Bouncing Bears: Ages 3-4

    Learn and explore gymnastics through obstacle courses and games. Coaches will introduce your child to the equipment and focus on movement that will help develop coordination, balance and body awareness. Participants must be potty trained prior to enrolling. Space is limited!
  • Boys Gym Time

    Join us for our popular boys gymnastics program. Learn core skills, flexibility, strength, round offs, and more! Build a strong foundation at your own pace. We will use Floor, Beam, Tramp, and Rings.
  • Bricks 4 Kidz: Grades K-5

    Build moving models with Technic LEGO bricks using Bricks 4 Kidz proprietary kits. All new models! Students receive a short STEM lesson and then follow Bricks 4 Kidz proprietary building plans. We Learn, We Build, We Play with LEGO bricks!
  • Chess Club Grades K-8

    Join the chess revolution at Lindbergh! Chess promotes strategic reasoning, goal setting, spatial awareness, and sportsmanship. Offered in partnership with the Chess Club & Scholastic Center of Saint Louis.
  • Concord Elementary Flyers Club 2022-23

    • Flyers Club School-Age Child Care
    • Flyers Club School Year 2022-23
    Flyers Club offers school-age care programs for students in grades K-5, such as Before and After School Care, Schools Out Camp, and a full-day Summer Camp. We strive to engage students in a variety of activities in a supportive environment that emphasizes learning, teamwork, sportsmanship, resiliency, and enthusiasm! Before and After Care and Schools Out Camp are limited to attending Lindbergh students only. Summer Camp is open to all students that are entering grades 1-6 in the fall, regardless of residency. All Flyers Club programs require pre-registration prior to attending. Before and After School Care 2022-23 School Year (Waiting List) Our before and after school program provides students in grades K-5 with a fun, safe, and engaging program during the hours before and after school. Programs are located at all elementary schools within Lindbergh Schools, providing a familiar and convenient setting. The staff-student ratio for Flyers Club is 1:16. Student interests directs the activities in Flyers Club. Activities may include art, drama, literacy, math games, science, music and reading. Exploration of ideas and friendships with peers are encouraged by our caring Flyers Club staff team. Program Handbook and Tuition Rates Families are billed monthly September-May (9-payments) $19 nonrefundable enrollment application fee per student with a max of $57 per family Auto-draft required Partial fee assistance is available for Lindbergh students qualifying for free and reduced lunch. Please email communityed.rec@lindberghschools.ws for more information. Families with multiple children enrolled in the same program for the same number of days and time will receive 10% off the monthly tuition for the 2nd and 3rd child. This cannot be combined with the employee discount or any fee assistance. Employees of Lindbergh Schools who work an average of 20 or more hours regularly per week will receive 20% off monthly tuition. This cannot be combined with the multi child discount or any fee assistance. For more information, please contact Jennifer Bergman at 314-729-2400, ext. 4944 or jenniferbergman@lindberghschools.ws. Schools Out Camp Flyers Club offers programming on select days when Lindbergh Schools is closed for an additional fee. Students and staff plan together for extended activity time and special events. Fall dates and registration information will be listed in the fall catalog, which is available online in late July. Winter/spring dates and information will be available in late November. Please note that enrollment fees for Schools Out Camp will be collected at the time of registration approval. View current offerings here. Summer Camp Camp Flyers Club offers a fun and active summer program for elementary students. The program offers a variety of field trips in the St. Louis community, including swimming, as well as in-house field trips, and special activities. This program is for students who have completed grades K-5. Summer Camp information will be available in mid-February.
  • Crestwood Elementary Flyers Club 2022-23

    • Flyers Club School-Age Child Care
    • Flyers Club School Year 2022-23
    Flyers Club offers school-age care programs for students in grades K-5, such as Before and After School Care, Schools Out Camp, and a full-day Summer Camp. We strive to engage students in a variety of activities in a supportive environment that emphasizes learning, teamwork, sportsmanship, resiliency, and enthusiasm! Before and After Care and Schools Out Camp are limited to attending Lindbergh students only. Summer Camp is open to all students that are entering grades 1-6 in the fall, regardless of residency. All Flyers Club programs require pre-registration prior to attending. Before and After School Care 2022-23 School Year (Waiting List) Our before and after school program provides students in grades K-5 with a fun, safe, and engaging program during the hours before and after school. Programs are located at all elementary schools within Lindbergh Schools, providing a familiar and convenient setting. The staff-student ratio for Flyers Club is 1:16. Student interests directs the activities in Flyers Club. Activities may include art, drama, literacy, math games, science, music and reading. Exploration of ideas and friendships with peers are encouraged by our caring Flyers Club staff team. Program Handbook and Tuition Rates Families are billed monthly September-May (9-payments) $19 nonrefundable enrollment application fee per student with a max of $57 per family Auto-draft required Partial fee assistance is available for Lindbergh students qualifying for free and reduced lunch. Please email communityed.rec@lindberghschools.ws for more information. Families with multiple children enrolled in the same program for the same number of days and time will receive 10% off the monthly tuition for the 2nd and 3rd child. This cannot be combined with the employee discount or any fee assistance. Employees of Lindbergh Schools who work an average of 20 or more hours regularly per week will receive 20% off monthly tuition. This cannot be combined with the multi child discount or any fee assistance. For more information, please contact Jennifer Bergman at 314-729-2400, ext. 4944 or jenniferbergman@lindberghschools.ws. Schools Out Camp Flyers Club offers programming on select days when Lindbergh Schools is closed for an additional fee. Students and staff plan together for extended activity time and special events. Fall dates and registration information will be listed in the fall catalog, which is available online in late July. Winter/spring dates and information will be available in late November. Please note that enrollment fees for Schools Out Camp will be collected at the time of registration approval. View current offerings here. Summer Camp Camp Flyers Club offers a fun and active summer program for elementary students. The program offers a variety of field trips in the St. Louis community, including swimming, as well as in-house field trips, and special activities. This program is for students who have completed grades K-5. Summer Camp information will be available in mid-February.
  • Dressel Elementary Flyers Club 2022-23

    • Flyers Club School-Age Child Care
    • Flyers Club School Year 2022-23
    Flyers Club offers school-age care programs for students in grades K-5, such as Before and After School Care, Schools Out Camp, and a full-day Summer Camp. We strive to engage students in a variety of activities in a supportive environment that emphasizes learning, teamwork, sportsmanship, resiliency, and enthusiasm! Before and After Care and Schools Out Camp are limited to attending Lindbergh students only. Summer Camp is open to all students that are entering grades 1-6 in the fall, regardless of residency. All Flyers Club programs require pre-registration prior to attending. Before and After School Care 2022-23 School Year (Waiting List) Our before and after school program provides students in grades K-5 with a fun, safe, and engaging program during the hours before and after school. Programs are located at all elementary schools within Lindbergh Schools, providing a familiar and convenient setting. The staff-student ratio for Flyers Club is 1:16. Student interests directs the activities in Flyers Club. Activities may include art, drama, literacy, math games, science, music and reading. Exploration of ideas and friendships with peers are encouraged by our caring Flyers Club staff team. Program Handbook and Tuition Rates Families are billed monthly September-May (9-payments) $19 nonrefundable enrollment application fee per student with a max of $57 per family Auto-draft required Partial fee assistance is available for Lindbergh students qualifying for free and reduced lunch. Please email communityed.rec@lindberghschools.ws for more information. Families with multiple children enrolled in the same program for the same number of days and time will receive 10% off the monthly tuition for the 2nd and 3rd child. This cannot be combined with the employee discount or any fee assistance. Employees of Lindbergh Schools who work an average of 20 or more hours regularly per week will receive 20% off monthly tuition. This cannot be combined with the multi child discount or any fee assistance. For more information, please contact Jennifer Bergman at 314-729-2400, ext. 4944 or jenniferbergman@lindberghschools.ws. Schools Out Camp Flyers Club offers programming on select days when Lindbergh Schools is closed for an additional fee. Students and staff plan together for extended activity time and special events. Fall dates and registration information will be listed in the fall catalog, which is available online in late July. Winter/spring dates and information will be available in late November. Please note that enrollment fees for Schools Out Camp will be collected at the time of registration approval. View current offerings here. Summer Camp Camp Flyers Club offers a fun and active summer program for elementary students. The program offers a variety of field trips in the St. Louis community, including swimming, as well as in-house field trips, and special activities. This program is for students who have completed grades K-5. Summer Camp information will be available in mid-February.
  • Driver Education

    Combines virtual classroom instruction, in person driving, and behind the wheel observation. Learn skills related to traffic laws, vehicle dynamics and driving situations while using techniques for defensive driving. Students must be at least 15 years of age with a valid Missouri driving permit. This is a non-credit course, but may help qualify for auto insurance discounts. Total of 4 hours of drive time and 2 hours of behind the wheel observation using a Community Ed. vehicle is included. All classes are led by certified driving instructors. Classroom portion offered through virtual learning and will not meet in person. The instructor will email you prior to the start of class with links and any other information. Drive time and observation time sign up will take place at a later time TBD. Drive time will be in person. The vehicle will be disinfected between drivers.
  • Early Childhood Education | Billing Account

    PRESCHOOL Our preschool classrooms are for children who are 1-2 years from kindergarten eligibility. Classroom placements are based upon kindergarten cohorts. To read more about the details of our school day click on the link below. Typical Daily Schedule: 7:00-7:45 am Arrival and Light Breakfast Snack 7:45-2:25 pm School Day 2:25-5:30 pm LECE Aftercare All teachers are certified by the state of Missouri, birth-3rd grade. All full time classroom support staff span the school day and into aftercare, providing continuity through the day. There is no additional payment needed for using aftercare. Lunch, morning and afternoon snacks are provided are provided at no additional cost, depending on the time of class. Summer Camp continuous enrollment is offered to full day students. Students do not need to be toilet trained to enroll. Teachers use an online assessment portfolio and communication tool, allowing families to see ongoing student growth and learning. Teachers engage in ongoing assessment and instruction, using the district's trimester school year model. CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE EARLY LEARNING Our youngest students, those who are ages 2-3, are our Early Learners. Our Early Learning classrooms are for children who are 2-3 years from kindergarten eligibility. Classroom placements are based upon kindergarten cohorts. To read more about the details of our school day click on the link below. Lunch, morning and afternoon snacks are provided are provided at no additional cost, depending on the time of class. Summer Camp continuous enrollment is offered to full day students. Students do not need to be toilet trained to enroll. Staff use an online assessment portfolio and communication tool, allowing families to see ongoing student growth and learning. Staff engage in ongoing assessment and instruction, using the district's trimester school year model. CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE REGISTRATION INSTRUCTIONS If you have received email notification from Bridget Baudrexl in the ECE Office confirming your placement for the 22-23 School Year, continue to the steps below. All others, please CLICK HERE to be added to the waiting list. Click Enroll Now below to begin the registration process. You'll first be asked to create an Eleyo account. After creating your (parent's) profile, you will be asked to create a profile for your child. Please enter your child's name and date of birth. YOU DO NOT NEED TO ENTER INFORMATION FOR GRADE, ATTENDING SCHOOL OR TEACHER. After creating your Eleyo account, you will complete registration by choosing your child's class and answering additional registration questions.
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