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Welcome to Buder

    Buder Elementary 5319 Lansdowne
    St. Louis, MO 63109
    Office 314-352-4343
    Fax 314-244-1722
    Principal: Anna Russell
    Hours: 8:05am - 3:02pm
    Grades: PK - 5
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Principal's Corner

  • Welcome to the Buder Elementary Principal's Corner

    Ms. Russell

    Thank you for your interest in Buder Elementary School! We serve students in preschool through 5th grade and are located in the South Hampton neighborhood of Saint Louis. Our neighborhood school, located at Macklind and Lansdowne, is nestled in a culturally diverse community.

    Buder Elementary is focused on developing both the character traits and academic skills for every student. The staff is exceptional in their respective fields: from developing a science learning garden with the Missouri Botanical Garden to bridging language programs with ESOL instruction to delivering innovative lessons through our 1:1 technology initiative to integrated arts instruction through our Springboard partnership. Buder Elementary is a dynamic learning environment where we value students’ culture and push academic excellence.

    We are eager to work with our parents and community members to build stronger support networks for our students. If you are interested in a tour of our school, feel free to contact me to schedule one.


    Warm Regards,
    Anna Russell, Principal


Mission and Vision

  • Our Mission: One team: Inspiring each other every day to grow in every way. 
    Our Vision: Students will achieve their personal best with the support of school, family and community. 

Buder Science Night


  • Children excited for school.



    Families, if you need to register your child for the 2018-2019 school year, please stop by our school building and meet with Ms. Clayborn-Lockett to file paperwork. Please bring the following paperwork: birth certificate, proof of residency, school records (if available), immunization records, and contagious excitement for the new school year.




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