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From the principal:

Dear Lindbergh Community,

It is with great pleasure that I write this letter to you as the new principal of Lindbergh Elementary School. It is truly an honor to become a part of the Lindbergh family and community. Even though I have only had limited interactions with the faculty and parents thus far, I can already tell that it is a unique and special place that I am incredibly excited to become a part of.

I come to you with 12 years of experience as an educator.  I spent 7 years teaching social studies and pulled out language arts skills at the middle and high school level. Most recently I have served as the assistant principal at Nathan Hale High School in the Tulsa Public Schools.

This summer, I spent the some of my time working with Deidre Prevett to ensure a smooth transition. I will get to know our building, our community, and familiarize myself with the unique needs of our school. I believe wholeheartedly that every student deserves a quality education and that only happens when the school and the families work together for the best interests of our children. With that in mind I will be calling on all of our faculty, staff, and parents to work as a singular unit so we can best serve our children.

I am truly honored to be given this opportunity and look forward to immersing myself completely in our school and in our community. I believe my main responsibility is to put our teachers in the best possible position to succeed, as they will in turn put our children in the best possible position to succeed. I look forward to meeting all of you and please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions, concerns, or ideas you would like to share.

Best Regards,

James Isaacs
Lindbergh Elementary School


James Isaacs

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