Lindbergh Retired Educators Back to School Luncheon
A heartfelt thank-you goes out to the Lindbergh Schools retirees who graced us with their presence. Your attendance added an extra layer of significance to the occasion, as you shared your wisdom and experiences with current Lindbergh educators and staff.
The event's keynote speaker, Dr. Tony Lake, Lindbergh Schools Superintendent, delivered a stirring presentation on the theme of "Listening and Learning." Dr. Lake's words resonated deeply with the audience, providing fresh perspectives and valuable insights. His message underscored the importance of continued growth and adaptability in the field of education, inspiring all in attendance to embrace change and innovation.
However, the highlight of the day was undoubtedly the guided tours of LHS, led by the capable hands of Dr. Eric Cochran, Beth Johnston, and Erica Keating. Attendees had the privilege of exploring the state-of-the-art new construction and admiring the beauty of the recently upgraded high school facilities. The future of Lindbergh Schools was on full display, with innovative learning spaces, modern amenities, and a commitment to excellence evident at every turn.
The Back to School Luncheon not only rekindled memories of the past but also provided a glimpse into the promising future of Lindbergh Schools. The dedication of educators, the resilience of students, and the support of retirees all came together to make this event truly exceptional.