Great job Jack, Justin, Alora, Rim, and all who helped with our assembly. Way to go Lindbergh Flyers!
Wednesday, June 6, 2018 School visitors, teachers, administrators from Dearborn and our neighbors from Wyandotte Public Schools came to Lindbergh to observe and learn how Lindbergh students show their leadership skills with Leader in Me and The 8 Habits program we have been developing for 3 years. Our school was decorated in an Emoji Theme, yellow and black colors, with students from K through 5th grade, being parking greeters, front door greeters, registration for our visitors, guided tours, and discuss school activities at our poster boards in the cafeteria. Visitors also attended a First Lesson class being taught by a teacher and later walked to the assembly, run by our Student Lighthouse team. During the assembly, our guests were shown student talents in music, art, and agility skills with jump roping. Visitors had nothing but praise for our students, our school, and our Leader in Me program. Along with our Student Leaders, the hard work of our Lindbergh teachers and PTA parents and volunteers, made it another successful Leadership Day, Synergizing together. As some of our visitors from Wyandotte were heading to their cars, they stopped by the Gaga ball pit to observe 5th graders playing during PE class. They were intrigued and decided to participate with our students. They had a blast playing! Now they want their own gaga ball pit. Have a fun, safe, and active summer everyone.
May 4, 2018 Today’s First Lesson was about Habit No. 7, Sharpen The Saw. The classrooms discussed what things students could do to make their body, brain, heart, and soul feel good. Topics talked about were exercising for health, reading and learning for their minds, being kind to others for their heart, and spending time with family and friends for their soul. Since it was a beautiful warm day outside, the whole school went for a half mile walk on the track for exercise with classmates, teachers, and friends. During the Student Spotlight, 3rd graders Alora B. and Zeinab H. sang the “Perfect” song. Students Kayla S. and Elijah L. showed us their talents for drawing. Next up were the talents of two jump rope teams. Finalists The Dancing Llamas showed us their tricks on stage by synergizing together. 5th grade students were Ben S., Dominic M., Silas B., Mitchell M., Jaden B. . The second jump rope team were the Champions The Royal Jump Squad. With their awesome team jerseys, they astonished the crowd with their acrobatic jumps and teamwork. 4th grade students were Fatima E., Jamil E., Adam H., Jesse W., Faisal N. .
Nearing the end of the assembly, the student winners were revealed for Bikes For Books. Winners were second graders Aaliyah K., and Zachary S. The winners were announced by Mrs. Tiba and the Dearborn Masonic Lodge, Mr. Mahmoud, Mr. Carl, Mr. Sam, and Mr. Tim. Overall, it was a great hour of Sharpening the Saw as a school, with parents and guests.
April 20, 2108 Students at Lindbergh enjoyed today listening to Bryant Middle School’s Jazz Band in the auditorium. This was the reward activity for the month of March. Students were able to hear them play for about 30 minutes. The middle-school band included many former Lindbergh students, that also performed some solo music for us. It was awesome! Thank you so much to the Bryant Jazz Band for visiting us.
April 14, 2018 Lindbergh students and parents Sharpened The Saw by braving the cold, rain, mud, and wind to run the Kids’ Martian 1.2 mile Race at Dearborn’s Ford Field Park this past Saturday. Some of our student leaders also ran the 5K race earlier. We were missing a few students due to the inclement weather, but we had 120 registered students for the race. Everyone seemed to have fun loosing a shoe in the mud, slipping and falling on the grass, or feeling the chilly water constantly spraying their faces. You can see more pictures in the Photos section of the blog. Great job Lindbergh Flyers/Martians!
April 9, 2018 First Class this morning was about how to Synergize and use our Emotional Bank Accounts to help others and ourselves. During class, students used Science to see how Synergizing together by holding hands can light up an energy stick. But when someone breaks the chain, the energy stick no longer works. Also during the lesson, students discussed example in their lives about depositing and withdrawing from their Emotional Bank Accounts, and how it made them feel and how it effected others during their relationships with siblings, friends, parents, and teachers. During the assembly, three students demonstrated their special talents during Student Spotlight. Fifth grader Ryan B. showed his talents by playing the piano, second grader Ayesha T. showed her wonderful artwork of caricatures, and fifth grader Madex R. demonstrated his Michael Jackson dancing skills to the song Billy Jean. Also celebrated were the students with perfect attendance here at Lindbergh. Overall, another successful Leader in Me lesson and assembly.
The Reward Party will be April 19, Thursday, 1:05-1:35. The Bryant Jazz Band will be performing in the auditorium here at Lindbergh.
Lindbergh students, families, and teachers raised over $9,500 for the American Heart Association through Jump Rope for Heart during the month of February. Students practiced the 7 Habits of Leader in Me, such as Synergize together, plan with Begin with the End in Mind, being Proactive, and understand that everyone can Win-Win with donating time and money to help fight Heart Disease. Students learned the important ways of maintaining a healthy heart while Sharpening the Saw during Physical Education class and being physically active at home with family.
March 7, 2018. Today’s First Lesson was watching a few short videos about Habit 5. We then discussed the videos, as a class, with an activity on how to become a better listener, being respectful, and patient until the other person can finish saying what they need to. During the assembly, Mr. Murua addressed the students about how great it was surpassing our Jump Rope for Heart goal OF over $9,300 this year. Honored, were all the students who donated along with some special students that raised several thousands on their own. The Eid family of Jamil, Fatima, and Natalia, fourth grader Anthony A., third grader Jad I. and first grader Dominic L. raising the most money to help fight Heart Disease. Secondly, the Student Spotlight included second graders, Ruby W. and Zoey Y. reading one of their short stories, fourth grader Katherine H. demonstrating her dancing skills, and second grader Sophia B. telling her funny jokes to all in the auditorium. Last, Mrs. Tiba announced the students with perfect attendance. Overall, another great assembly honoring our students and the Seven Habits.
March 5, 2018 Today we had an assembly reminding students that the month of March is Reading Month. The student Lighthouse Team introduced Mrs. Tiba, our school principal, who read to the students, for a few minutes, from the book One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish by Dr. Seuss, in honor of his birthday. Also, we would like to pass along information from the Committee Teachers :
Every Monday we will do Guess the Book. A staff member will read aloud part of a book for you to guess the title of the book. You will write down the title and your name and you will be entered into a drawing for a prize! There will be one upper and lower elementary winner each Monday.
Every Friday is Mystery Reader. A staff member from our school will read part of a story for you to guess who is reading! You will write down the staff member’s name and your name and you will be entered into a drawing for a prize. There will be one upper and lower elementary winner every Friday.
Every Friday,on your March is Reading Month Calendar of activities, is a day for the students to wear a special shirt, make a nice card for a friend, wear a hat with words or make a sign with their favorite quote from a book they’ve read. Please check the calendar for the activity on each Friday.
Thursday, March 29th is Read-In and PJ Day! We may wear appropriate PJs to school and we will read 30 minutes quietly in our classrooms to celebrate the end of March is Reading Month.
Teachers have been given a March is Reading Month Calendar. Students who do 20 activities on the calendar or more will earn a prize at the end of March is Reading Month! Each day you complete an activity on the calendar, you will need to cross off that day and you will need to have an adult at home sign underneath that activity. The activities can be done in any order except for the Friday activities. All March is Reading Month calendars will need to be turned in on Thursday, March 29th in order to earn a prize.