The New Dressel Elementary School


The original Dressel School was brought back into the school district in 2011. The building was then demolished in 2015 to make way for the new Dressel School. It was dedicated in a ribbon cutting ceremony on Wednesday, August 2 followed by an open house from 4:30 to 6:30 that was open to the public.

The original plaque for the dedication of the first Dressel School was stored in the SCHS archives for many years. The Society has given the plaque to Lindbergh Schools and it will be placed in the new Dressel School in the main meeting room.

YouTube virtual tour of New school

South County Times article
Sunset Hills Historical Society history of the area

The Patch newspaper

This Lindbergh Schools webpage includes a slideshow of the new Dresse School.
Dressel Elementary School will be Lindbergh’s sixth elementary school when it opens in fall 2017. Dressel is designed as a neighborhood school with the capacity to serve 650 students in grades K-5. It will provide essential relief to overcrowding district wide. The 99,116-square-foot building will sit on 10 acres of land. Features include:

    • Designated classroom wings for each grade level
    • 21st century modern, student-centered library
    • STEM areas in each grade level to enhance student learning and exploration
    • Energy-efficient LED lighting and mechanical system
    • Competition size gym
    • Accessible, modern playground
    • New main entrance on Tesson Ferry Road, with secondary access from Musick Avenue
    • Tornado safe rooms that double as multipurpose meeting rooms

Lindbergh sets open house for Dressel Elementary

Hamby to serve as Dressel Elementary principal

Aug. 2 Public Tour Of New Dressel Elementary
South County Times

Below is the Lindbergh School invitation to the public to attend the Dressel School open house on August 2, 2017.