Students' iPad Survey 4/2015
Students, please take a minute or two to complete this survey. We are looking for your feedback about our iPad Program, and for ideas to help make it better.
Free Books to Read Online!
We welcome your input and participation with your child's schooling. A few things to remember about communicating with your child's teacher and staff members:
- You can email anyone at anytime through School Loop or ParentVUE. You may use the school computers to do this. You may also email them in your native language, it can be translated for them at the school.
- If you would like to meet with an administrator or teacher, please call the school ahead of time to make an appointment. In addition to teaching and running the school, our administrators and teachers attend trainings and are involved with other family meetings. So, to be sure you will get their undivided attention, kindly schedule ahead of time.
Thank you so much for your involvement!
May 26 - Open House!
Open House is from 5:30 - 8:00 pm
Food From Patricia's Mexican Food Restaurant will be for sale at the Lunch Benches from 4:00 - 6:00 pm.
We hope to see you there!
2015 Science Fair
See Robotics in Action June 6 from 9-4!
Our Robotics students will be participating in the "Beach Streets - Uptown" event on Atlantic, between Wardlow and Houghton Park. It is a free event, which features many family-friendly activities, including our Award-Winning Robotics Team, showing their creations. Click here for a full list of the activities. We hope to see you there!
- As always, do donate to our Robotics Program, please click this link.
Summer School for 8th Graders
Summer School Opportunities
Summer School Opportunities for Lindbergh Students. Click on the links below to get more information about registering for Summer School:
Current 8th Graders going into 9th
Incoming 6th, 7th and 8th Graders (Current 5th, 6th and 7th Graders)
Lindbergh's Robotics - Takes 1st and 2nd Over All Middle Schools in Long Beach!
The 2015 RoboBowl, is a Robotics Competition, which took place at McBride High School on April 25, 2015. Our very own Lindbergh STEM Academy Robotics Teams were awarded first and second place, competing against Stanford, Bancroft, Lindsey, Tincher, Hill, Jefferson, Hamilton, Marshall, Hughes, Henry, Robinson, Washington and Powell.
Our First place team, scored 262 points, Second scored 226 and the next nearest school was 140 points for Third place. These students are dedicated and determined in their robotics studies, attending zero period robotics class, and spending any extra time they have during the day researching and working on their robots. A special thank you to Mr. Dizon and Mr. Martens for leading this exemplary team of competitors.
Watch video taken at the competition on our YouTube Channel.
Make a Donation to help support our Robotics Program - please click this link.
Lindbergh's Robo-Rock Stars!
Limited Access to ParentVue During High School Summer School Registration (Acceso limitado a ParentVue durante la registración de escuela de verano para la escuela preparatoria)
Due to High School Summer School registration, ParentVue will not be available during the hours of noon and 7 p.m., Monday through Saturday. This will be in effect beginning Monday, April 27 through May 22. ParentVue will be available every ... Continue
Attention all 8th through 12th Grade Students: Summer School Registration Begins Monday, April 27 (Atención a todos los estudiantes del 8º al 12º grado: La registración para la escuela de verano comienza el lunes 27 de abril.)
All ninth through twelfth grade students who are interested in taking Summer School classes to make up a grade to meet graduation requirements or to fulfill college entrance requirements must register using our online enrollment system. The online... Continue
School District News
Common Core Practice Tests Available!
As you may know, the state of California is moving toward new assessments to go along with the Common Core standards. These assessments will be done online.
To give students, parents and teachers a chance to see what the new tests are like, California has made sample assessments for ELA (English Language Arts) and math available online. We encourage you to go through these to get an idea of what's expected and how the tests will work.
To try them, click the link below. (Please note that Internet Explorer isn't supported at the moment so you'll need to use Firefox, Safari or Chrome.)
What is Happening at Lindbergh?
Student Art Show on Display
Support Our School
Donate your TIME
Parents, would you like to volunteer your time to help Lindbergh STEM Academy achieve greatness? If so, please click this link to complete our interest survey. We thank you for your time.
Robotics - Click here to donate funds to help our Robotics Program to continue to thrive.
Please contact Mrs. Becker at email@example.com for information about our Business Partnership Program.
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