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The 12th annual WNY Ride for Missing Children came to Lindbergh Elementary and the enthusiasm of students and staff alike was truly appreciated by the dozens of riders who took part.
Three talented Lindbergh Elementary School students recently had the opportunity to join the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra and Chorus as part of their recent concert, “Carmina Burana.”
The Lindbergh Elementary School PTA received an award from EPIC – Every Person Influences Children for the school's more than 10-year history of collecting winter clothing items such as hats, mittens, and scarves for families in need every holiday season.
A Kenmore-Town of Tonawanda School District music teacher is currently performing with the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra during its ground-breaking international tour.
Kenmore East and Kenmore West students visited six elementary and middle schools over a two-day span and set up stations where they painted children’s pinkie fingers purple as part of “Purple Pinkie Day.”
Lindbergh Elementary School families have had the opportunity to enjoy some physical activity at Family Fitness Nights this school year which feature activities right from PE and wellness classes.
One class won a special fine dining luncheon for demonstrating the most respect, manners, and positive behaviors in the cafeteria over a two-week period.
Lindbergh Elementary School welcomed many special guests on Wednesday, January 31 to read to classes and encourage a love for reading.
nstrumentalists at Kenmore West High School led by Band Director Kenneth Belote performed a special holiday concert at Lindbergh Elementary on Thursday, Dec. 21.
Lindbergh Elementary School third graders Aaron Bellows and Sarah Morales won the grand prize of being a physical education teacher for the day.
Lindbergh students recently enjoyed an inspiring visit by childen’s author/illustrator Salina Yoon whose work includes the interactive "Kaleidoscope" and "Pinwheel" books and the "Penguin" series.
Every year, the Ken-Ton School District holds a special event that recognizes the importance of art education while at the same time thanking Board of Education members for their service.