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Principal Introduction

Bob Eckardt
 
 
 
Principal
(530) 741-6150
 
 
 
 
 
Christopher Schmidt - Assistant Principal
 
STAFF
Scott Jackson - Assistant Principal
Melanie Stanaland - Principal Secretary
Adriana Madsen - Assistant Principal Secretary 
Kerry Covella - Guidance Counselor
Jimmy Graben - Guidance Counselor
Kenny Her - Guidance Counselor
Janel Walter - Guidance Counselor
Jack Yang - Guidance Counselor
Susan Moua - Guidance Counselor Secretary
Cassandra Almaguer - Attendance Clerk
Yulitza Palosi - Attendance Clerk
Nallely Ramirez - Outreach Consultant
Alejandra Buda - Outreach Consultant
 
Lindhurst High School is committed to Guiding and Preparing all Our Students for Success.
 
Lindhurst High School recognizes the importance of ensuring all students are college or career ready. To that end, Lindhurst High School not only offers a wide range of college preparatory classes, advanced placement course and dual enrollment college courses aligned with Yuba Community College but also a robust and extensive career pathways offerings focused trades featuring: Culinary, Ag Mechanics (welding), Wood  Residential Construction, Automotive Technology, Multimedia Productions, Ornamental Horticulture and an Airforce Junior ROTC program that features a certified pilot’s ground school component for our fourth year advanced students.
 
Mission Statement

Mission Statement

Guiding and Preparing Our Students for Success
 
VISION

VISION

Motivated: Motivated, responsible, happy, prideful Involved, strong curricular and extracurricular programs Increase school spirit
 
Challenged: Consistent/high expectations, Excellence, Embrace challenges, perseverance
 
Prepared: Provide skills for employment and career, Ability to use technology, Understand and know how to problem solve, evaluate sources, and use common sense
 
Reflective: Evolving teaching and learning practices, Viable and valid assessments
 
Thank you for visiting our website. Please contact us regarding any questions that you may have. 
 
Sincerely,
Bob Eckardt