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Membership Dues are $8.00. Checks can be made payable to: LBJ PTSA.

Return the form with your dues to the Front Office.

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Meetings are held the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 6 pm in the Teacher's Lounge. Hope to see you there!



  • Toni Marquez - President
  • Amanda Baca-Baldonado - Vice-President
  • Traci McCauley - Treasurer
  • Angela Olivas - Secretary

PTSA/Parent Involvement

Welcome to the LBJ Coyotes PTSA!

The purpose of our organization is to serve the parents, families, teachers, staff, and students of the LBJ community and to enhance the learning experience for our children.

2016/2017 Bylaws

2016/2017 LBJ Middle School PTSA Bylaws for member review.

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If you think beauty pageant winners just need to smile for the camera, you need to enter the 21st Century.


Nowadays, girls who who want a title (or "platform") like "Miss New Mexico" must work on a wide range of skills and do quite a bit of community service.


That's the way it is for Jade Romero, the current reigning "Teen New Mexico Enchanted."  Jade works with an organization known as Enchantment US Pageants system, a community based organization whose goals are to empower, educate, and encourage young women.


Jade's duties include fund raising, appearances at community events, and 10 hours or more of community service.


Kristina Romero, Jade's proud mom, is herself a title holder; she's the current Ms. New Mexico.


"I believe Jade is a very humble, caring, compassionate young lady with so much to give," Kristina said. "She will do well showing that on stage. I also believe she will complete more than 200 hours of community service and receive the presidential award of recognition."


If you want to help, Jade is currently taking donations to support the cause of bully prevention. Those making even a small donation will receive an anti-bullying pin.




The staff of professionals at LBJ Middle School bring a wealth of experience to their careers, and no one has more years on the job than our CSA officer, Art Marquez.


Here are the numbers:


* 46 years in law enforcement

* 12 years as an APS police officer

*  6 years at the middle school level (the last 5 at LBJ)


"I like interacting with students," Marquez said. "I enjoy developing a good rapport with students, teachers, and parents. I like helping students with life, their problems, fears, and of course, their accomplishments."


The only thing officer Marquez likes better than a Dallas Cowboys win is helping students become successful.


"Resolving problems with parents can be challenging," Marquez said. "But it's always worthwhile to see a young person grow up, mature, and become a good student."


Officer Marquez enjoys his job so much he's planning on returning to LBJ for the next school year -- his 47th in law enforcement.


Thanks for everything you do, Officer Marquez.


-- article submitted by Lillian Milano, student reporter for the LBJ Howl



9th Grade parent night is on January 29, 2018 at 6 pm in Volcano Vista’s Gym.