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  1. Monitor you student’s reading time – 30 minutes every night.  LBJ Middle School believes all children can achieve more when they have good reading skills.  Therefore, we have adopted the Accelerated Reading Program.  Take time to discuss your students reading material … your interest will inspire their success.
  2. Your student will be given an LBJ Student Agenda during the first week of school.  This Agenda is used as a critical communication tool between teacher and parent.  Students MUST have their Agenda at all times.  If the Agenda is lost, replacement is available for $6.00.
  3. Your student will be given an LBJ picture identification card.  Students MUST have their ID card for book check out, bus transportation, etc.  If the ID card is lost, replacement is available for $5.00.
  4. Please take a few minutes to review the handbook that is part of the LBJ Student Agenda to develop a common understanding of the discipline policy and the dress code at LBJ.
  5. Please monitor your student’s dress to conform to the LBJ Dress Code.
  6. Please note that LBJ will not be responsible for lost, stolen, and/or confiscated cell phones and/or electronic devices.  Cell phones/electronic devices must not be visible or used during school hours including lunch time.
  7. Please note that student messages, lunches, homework, etc. will be delivered twice a day only – before second period (9:21 am) and before sixth period (2:05 pm).  LBJ will not accept deliveries of flowers, candy, balloons, etc. for students.
  8. Parent/Guardian PICTURE ID must be presented before picking up any student and you must be listed as an authorized person on the particular student’s information.



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