Tuesday, March 19, 2013
Lenz is one of four candidates running for the school board this spring.
Patch sent all local candidates for office identical questionnaires in order to compile candidate profiles prior to the April election. Each candidate who returned the survey will be featured on the site. Find out who else is running for Lindbergh School District Board of Education. Vic Lenz, 71, 4628 Bridlewood Terrace, St. Louis, MO 63128 Occupation: Retired-Assistant Superintendent, Curriculum & Instruction, Lindbergh Schools. Current-Usher, St. Louis Cardinals Education: B.A. in Political Science from Central Methodist University (1964), M.S. in Guidance from Southern Illinois University—Edwardsville (1968), Ph.D. in Administration from St. Louis University (1978) Family: Wife, Sharyn; sons Troy, Ty and David all attended Lindbergh …
McBride is one of four candidates seeking a seat on the school board.
Patch sent all local candidates for office identical questionnaires in order to compile candidate profiles prior to the April election. Each candidate who returned the survey will be featured on the site. Find out who else is running for Lindbergh School District Board of Education. Adam McBride, 33, 10119 Fite Circle Occupation: Legislative and Governmental Affairs Professional Education: B.A. History and Political Science from Webster University, St. Louis, MO Family: Wife, Mindy McBride, K/1 Loop Teacher - Maplewood Richmond Heights (MRH); son, Matthew McBride, Second Grade Student at Sappington Elementary School; daughter, Gabrielle, Kindergarten student at MRH ECC. Years in the Lindbergh School District: 2 Background Highlighting …
McDaniel is one of four candidates running for the school board.
Patch sent all local candidates for office identical questionnaires in order to compile candidate profiles prior to the April election. Each candidate who returned the survey will be featured on the site. Find out who else is running for Lindbergh School District Board of Education. Cindy McDaniel, 53, 513 Oakwood Drive (Fenton) Occupation: Professional Staffing of St. Louis, LLC, Independent Owner/Operator Education: With 34 years of business and management experience, I’m confident I would be an effective member of the Board and would make contributions to the continued success of the District. I graduated from Southwest High School in 1978. From 1981-1985, I served in the US Army Reserves and was assigned to the 10th PSYOPS Battalion in…
Tuesday, December 11, 2012
When the first day of filing closed Tuesday evening, three officially registered their candidacies with Lindbergh schools. A fourth candidate filed Jan. 10.
The race to become a member of the Lindbergh Schools’ Board of Education started Dec. 11 with three residents officially registering with the school district. Adam McBride was the first person to file at 8 a.m., followed immediately by incumbents Kara Gotsch and Vic Lenz. Cindy McDaniel joined the race on Jan. 10. The filing period will stay open until 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 15. Those elected will serve a term of three years. The election is scheduled for April 2, 2013. Learn more on filing for the Lindbergh Schools’ Board of Education. Subscribe to our daily newsletter for updates on new candidate filings!
Wednesday, April 6, 2011
Lindbergh School Board of Education returns two incumbents and former state legislator with close race among six for three seats.
Kathleen Kienstra of Grantwood Village, Donald Bee of Fenton and Vicki Lorenz Englund of Concord took the top three spots out of a field of six candidates, which included runners up Joseph Sartorious of Affton, Leslie Weiss of Concord, and George Rezabek of Sunset Hills. Kienstra led the race with 4,346 votes or 21.03 percent of the vote, followed by Bee with 3,784 votes or 18.31 percent and Englund with 3,711 votes or 17.95 percent. All 40 precincts were counted by 10:30pm. A term is 3 years. Kienstra, an assistant professor at Saint Louis University and director for the university's radiation therapy program, supported Proposition L, which passed in November. The measure raised taxes, in part to keep teachers' salaries competitive, she …
Friday, March 11, 2011
April 5 voters decide who spends the tax dollars in Lindbergh schools.
Less than a month before school board elections April 5, six candidates for three seats sparred Thursday night during a Lindbergh School District Board of Education forum. The six candidates, including two incumbents, are competing for three seats. One-term veterans Kathleen Kienstra of Grantwood Village and Donald Bee of Fenton are seeking three-year terms. Joseph Sartorius of Affton, Leslie Weiss of Concord, George Rezabek of Sunset Hills and Vicki Lorenz Englund of Concord are vying for seats as well. Englund is a weekly contributor to Patch. Board President Kenneth Fey posed prepared questions over two hours that ranged from short-term controversies to long-term concerns about the Lindbergh schools. Kienstra, Bee, Englund and …
Tuesday, March 8, 2011
Full house is emceed by BOE member Don Bee.
Lindbergh High School's alumni group has awarded nearly 100 scholarships to high school seniors in its 23-year history. Trivia Night Saturday was s a primary fundraiser for the scholarships. Some 170 participants vied for top scores in trivia while enjoying the company at tables of ten and food. Others bid on silent auction items and bought raffle tickets at Crestwood Community Center. Questions were read aloud by Don Bee, emcee and a school district board of education member: What was the name of The Little Rascals dog?