Tag Archives: history schools

February is Black History Month at the Library

The Machacek branch in the Lindenwood Park neighborhood will be celebrating this event by showing a documentary film, “The Road to Brown”, the story of the landmark 1954 Brown v. Board of Education Supreme Court case that outlawed segregation...

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Lindenwood Public School

The Lindenwood Neighborhood has benefited from the presence of two public and two private grade schools – Longfellow Public School – 1891 – Epiphany Catholic School – 1912 – Lindenwood Public School – Portable classrooms, 1913 and current School...

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Epiphany School

The Lindenwood Neighborhood has been blessed with a variety of public and private schools.  Our September 2005 Newsletter featured a history of the Lindenwood School.  Epiphany of Our Lord Catholic Church sponsors a grade school with an equally illustrious...

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Word of Life Lutheran School

The Lindenwood Neighborhood has been blessed with a variety of public and private schools.  Previous newsletters have featured a history of Lindenwood School and Epiphany of Our Lord School.  This issue will feature Word of Life School which has...

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Malinckrodt School

The Lindenwood Neighborhood has been blessed with a variety of public and private schools.  Previous newsletters have featured a history of Lindenwood School, Epiphany of Our Lord School and Word of Life School.  This newsletter will feature the only...

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