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Also In This Agenda:
  • Class Schedule
  • Signature Summary
  • Snapshot of Success
  • Principal Letter
  • Telephone Numbers
  • Musical Instrument Storage
  • Administration
  • Campus Crime Stoppers
  • Academic Calendar
  • Bell Schedules
  • Student Records

General Information

  • Abbreviated Day
  • Attendance
  • Bullying
  • Bus Transportation
  • Classroom Regulations
  • Closed Campus
  • Communication
  • Counseling
  • Coyote Café
  • Field Trips
  • Grading
  • Halls
  • Homework Policy
  • I-parent
  • Lockers
  • Make-Up Work Policy
  • Media Center
  • Musical Instrument Storage
  • Report Cards
  • Section 504 Americans With Disabilities Act
  • Student Deliveries
  • Student ID Cards
  • Student Records
  • Telephone Use
  • Textbooks
  • Vehicles
  • Visitors on Campus
  • Health Office
  • Code of Conduct
  • Dress Code
  • Discipline
  • Major Discipline Referral Matrix

Contracts & Agreements

  • Computer Use Agreement
  • Publication of Student Works/Pictures
  • Classroom Safety Contract
  • Map


Parent Handbook

Student Agendas

  • Each student receives an agenda and is to carry it at all times.
  • Using the agenda as a planner, students take responsibility for planning and organizing their middle school experience.
  • It is a key parent, student, teacher communication tool, with which all parties can closely monitor student progress.
  • As a reference tool, the agenda contains a wealth of LBJ specific information and is the official hall pass.
  • Students are required to replace lost, stolen or, damaged agendas in the administrative office for a $6.00 charge.


The staff and administration believe that attendance is a cooperative effort between the parent and the school. When the student is absent for any reason, we ask the parent/guardian to contact the Attendance Office as soon as possible 898-1492, extension 21114. Students leaving school during the day while classes are in session must be signed out in the main office. For safety reasons, parents will be asked for picture identification when signing out their child. Students arriving late to school must sign in when they arrive at school.


In order to encourage organization and personal responsibility, backpacks/book bags are prohibited in classrooms. Students may visit their lockers during specified passing periods.


LBJ has adopted a uniform dress code for the safety and well-being of all our students and staff.  Please follow the dress code when on campus.  Clothing worn to school should not violate the rules of decency, offend or intimidate others, promote unsafe conditions, or detract from the educational process.  Please assist your child to understand the uniform policy.  Following rules promotes good citizenship!  Current, fashionable clothing is not considered uniform dress.  Clothing or personal belongings like jewelry, backpacks, purses, etc., which advertise, promote, or support alcohol, drugs, sex, violence, tobacco, or death are unacceptable.  Students failing to follow this dress code may miss valuable class time WAITING for PARENT/GUARDIAN to bring uniform clothing.

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COLORS –Grey, White, Black, Blue (any shade))                           


One solid colored long or short sleeve polo style shirt with fold over collar that buttons to the neck, has banded sleeves, is a length that covers the belt and does not exceed fingertip length. Turtlenecks (mock or regular) must be worn under a polo.  For undergarments see Other. A solid color sweatshirt, knit sweater or vest (without embellishments) may be worn over a legal shirt. A POLO or LBJ sponsored shirt must be worn at ALL TIMES.


Actual Size

No logos over 1-inch square.                                     


No tight or oversized clothing.

No sweatshirts worn without a Polo.





COLORS – Black, Khaki, Navy Blue, Traditional Denim Color

Solid colored cotton twill or denim pants/shorts must fit properly at the waist, inseam, and hem for boys and girls.  Pants/shorts must fit and be properly stitched.  Shorts must be at least fingertip length when arms and fingers are fully extended by side.

No tight clothing; visible underwear, undergarments; holes or frayed fabric; warm

Up pants, wide leg, baggy, dropped crotch, or jeggings; side embellishments or side zippers.  NO SAGGING PANTS -- NO CLEAVAGE.





COLORS – Black, Khaki, Navy Blue, Traditional Denim Color

Solid colored cotton twill or denim skirts or skorts must fit properly at the waist and be at least fingertip length when arms and fingers are fully extended by side.  Skirts with slits must have the slit at the side or back and slit must stop below the fingertips.  Leggings must extend below the knee, be in solid black, khaki or navy blue colors and may only be worn under a dress code skirt.

No lace, eyelet, tiered, gathered or embellished skirts, skorts or jeggings (jean leggings).  No fishnet, lace or embellished tights or stockings.




Shoes of some type must be worn at all times.  Flip-flops, backless shoes, platforms, high heels, and sandals are discouraged.

No slippers. 




Solid uniform shirt color sweaters, vests, or sweatshirts (not oversized) are permissible. It is recommended that students leave an appropriate sweatshirt in their locker.  Coats or jackets may be worn to and from school and at lunch.  Coats or jackets must be placed in locker before going to class.

No coats or jackets worn in the building. 




Undershirts and undergarments (including camisoles) must be uniform shirt color and worn under a collared polo.  Belts, including the end of the belt, must be in belt loops.  Shirts must be worn as designed, no ties, no pins, no ribbons, etc. to alter the fit of the shirt.  All clothing (including sweatshirts) must be worn properly, and NOT be worn inside out.

No headphones/ear buds, sunglasses, decorative contacts, bandannas, spiked accessories, wallet-to-pocket chains, pajamas, lace, hats or hoods. Professional or college sports team's names/logos are not allowed on clothing, including on lanyards.


Dress Down Days

Specifics and parameters will be announced the prior day.

No embellishments, appliquéd pockets or side zippers on jeans. NO TORN JEANS/SLACKS


LBJ Sponsored Clothing

Current year, LBJ sponsored shirts and sweatshirts are permitted every day. Athletics: Jerseys are permitted on game days only, direction will come from the Athletic Department and approved by administration. 


** Final interpretation of the dress code is at the discretion of the administration **


 ALL visitors are to check in at the Main Office. 

  • Parents and other visitors must show PICTURE ID to obtain and wear a Visitor’s Pass before entering a classroom. 
  • Passes can be picked up at the front desk. 
  • If you wish to see a teacher, administrator, or counselor, please call and schedule an appointment.
  • If you wish to visit a classroom, LBJ requires 24 hours notice. 
  • Students are not permitted to bring other students, friends and/or relatives as guests to visit LBJ.

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