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You are cordially invited to LBJ Incoming 6th Grade Parent Night!


Where:  LBJ Middle School Gym

When:   Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Time:     6-7 pm


This evening is designed for you to:

   -  Familiarize yourself with our school.

   -  Walk around and visit various content areas and talk to teachers.


Also available to you are letters from our current 6th graders about their experiences at LBJ.


If a summer trip to our nation's capitol -- and America's biggest city -- sounds like a fun adventure, you may be interested in Ms. Buffington's upcoming excursion.


In Washington D.C., students will see the Lincoln Memorial, Arlington National Cemetery, Mount Vernon, and the White House.  In New York City, highlights include the Statue of Liberty, Times Square, Central Park, and Rockefeller Center.


"We visit all the monuments and memorials and see a Broadway show," Buffington said. "It's a blast!"


The Smithsonian Institution, including the National Air and Space Museum, Natural History Museum, and National Museum of American History, is included.


"You learn about US history, from the early colonies all the way to modern times," says Buffington, now organizing her seventh summer trip.


If this sounds like something you're interested in, see Ms. Buffington in room M-4 for more information.


  -- article submitted by Karaline Stamper, LBJ Howl student reporter




Nothing captures the joy of the holiday season like classic songs sung by a choir.  That gift of music will be delivered this Friday (Dec. 8) when LBJ's choir, under the direction of Mr. Boozer, performs for Chaparral, Chamiza, and Marie Hughes Elementary Schools.


"For the fall semester, I plan on doing performances at easy, intermediate, and hard levels," said Boozer. "We'll also perform a concert at LBJ on (Tuesday) December 5."


Although Mr. Boozer in his first year at LBJ, he has been teaching 20 years and has a wide range of experience. He has taught Jazz, Concert Band, Music Clinic, private lessons in addition to Choir, the class he taught most recently at Truman and Jimmy Carter Middle Schools.


Here at LBJ, Boozer teaches Music Appreciation as well as Choir.


"I find rehearsing simple," Boozer said, "but remembering the different schedules is quite difficult. I want my students to learn about music theory and how to sing in a choir."


Be sure to attend one of the LBJ Choir performances this year; you're in for a treat!


    -- Article submitted by Martina Toliver, LBJ Howl student reporter



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Helpful Hints for logging in to a computer/desktop

1. Helpful hints include desktops in classrooms and computer labs:

Hint A-
The first time a staff member or student logs into a computer they may be asked to “Sign in with Your Apple Id”.  Here's how to answer the questions to get to the computer desktop.

  • Click on “Don’t sign in”
  • Click on “Continue”
  • Click on “Skip” (when prompted)

Hint B- PLEASE remind students about this one!

If your computer is wired (connected to the internet with a cord) DO NOT TURN ON WI-FI.  This will just cause the computer to slow down!

Hint C- PROBLEMS logging in to a computer?  Try these things:

  • Make sure you entered your credentials correctly.
  • Make sure your internet cord is connect correctly to the back of your computer.  Unplug and replug in the ethernet cord/internet cord (on the back of the computer).  Make sure you hear a snap indicating you plugged the cord back in securely.
  • If the things above don't work, restart your computer.

IF none of the above work, only then should you ask your teacher to reset your password (DO THIS ONLY IF YOU DON’T ALREADY KNOW HOW TO RESET YOUR OWN PASSWORD at

2. Teacher directions for reseting a student's password.


Before resetting passwords for students, please make sure the student has done the following:

  • entered their username and password credentials correctly.
  • made sure internet cord is connect correctly to the back of the computer.  Unplug and replug in the ethernet cord/internet cord (on the back of the computer).  Make sure cord is plugged back in securely.
  • If the things above don't work, restart the computer.

ALL LABS HAVE A PRINTED COPY OF THE DIRECTIONS FOR RESETTING STUDENT PASSWORDS.  Here's an electronic copy of the directions.  Click here for directions.