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Thursday, October 16, 2014 • Updated October 30, 2014 2:41 PM
On Friday, October 24th, the LBJ High School Student Council will be sponsoring the annual Fall Blood Drive in the LBJ High School Gym. Technicians will be available to from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm. To sign up for a particular time spot, please call the high school office at 830-868-4025; drop-ins are also welcomed.
Thursday, October 16, 2014 • Posted October 23, 2014
The JCISD School Board met on Monday Oct. 14 for their regularly scheduled meeting with all members present. Joe Summy spoke during Open Forum. He thanked the school board in its efforts at openness and public outreach. He applauded them on inviting community members to join the Stadium Exploratory Committee (SEC).
Thursday, September 25, 2014 • Posted October 2, 2014 • Photos
The Stadium Exploratory Committee of the JCISD School Board held a public meeting on Monday, Sept. 22 to inform the public about the new stadium plans and proposals. Most School Board members were present. The SEC members are Randy Rutherford, Shelly Wenmohs, and Kip Thompson and all were present. History: In late 1940’s money was donated to Johnson City ISD for the purchase of land to build a football field.
Thursday, July 31, 2014 • Posted July 31, 2014
August 1st SENIOR PORTRAITS- Contact the High School to obtain your appointment time. August 2nd PARENT MEETING - Saturday 10am in HS Commons – The parent meeting is also going to include a brief presentation (power point) on the state of the football stadium from the Stadium Exploratory Committee and the first of several orientations for the students and parents on the new drug policy that JCISD will be implementing this year.
Thursday, May 22, 2014 • Updated May 23, 2014 10:13 AM • Photos
Class Favorites and Senior Superlatives Mr and Miss LBJ: Jace Fry and Katie Porter Most Spirited: Kasper Blackwell & Matty Jones Friendliest: Jose Mesa & Courtney Stanton Citizenship: Jackie Medrano, Jace Fry, & Courtney Stanton Most Likely to Succeed: Anthony Capra & Laurie Sheldon Most Beautiful/Most Handsome: Jace Fry & Katie Porter Wittiest: Eduardo Martinez & Katelyn Barrientes (not pictured) Freshmen Class Fav’s: Deven Downey & Samantha Cross Sophomore Class Fav’s:Wade ...
Thursday, April 17, 2014 • Posted April 21, 2014
The April 14th JCISD School Board meeting was called to order at 6:01 pm. Board President Randy Brodbeck opened with the consent agenda consisting of a review of previous minutes, monthly expenditures, financial reports and a review of the district’s tax report. The board approved the consent agenda without discussion. The first item of action was consideration and possible approval of Update 99 affecting local policies.
Thursday, April 17, 2014 • Posted April 21, 2014 • Photos
This past week, LBJ Senior Preston Workman signed a letter of intent to play football at Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene. Hardin-Simmons competes at the NCAA Division III level in Football in the American Southwest Conference. Other colleges in this conference include East Texas Baptist, Howard Payne University, La. College, Mary Hardin-Baylor and Sul Ross State University.
Thursday, March 6, 2014 • Posted March 7, 2014 • Photos
Fifth grade students at Johnson City Middle School learned about stress this week. In a character lesson about Caring, students learned about caring for themselves. Mrs. Cave, Counselor, lead a discussion about stress, what causes stress, how does stress make you feel, why its important to be able to recognize stress, and ways to combat stress.
Thursday, March 6, 2014 • Posted March 7, 2014 • Photos
LBJ Elementary School was awarded a $500.00 grant from ExxonMobil. Mrs. Helmke, LBJ Elementary School principal is pictured above with representatives from ExxonMobil and Kwik Chek. This grant will help enhance math and science instruction at the elementary school. On behalf of the students and staff of LBJ Elementary School, Mrs.
Thursday, March 6, 2014 • Posted March 7, 2014
2nd Grade A Honor Roll Isaac Alba, Diego Alvarez,Maura Cowsert,Jae Etzler, Denisse Garcia, Maddie Helpenstell, Lacy Lemons, Owen Portie, Alicia Rhyne,Brylinn Scott, Jessica Soto, Elijah Steele, Kolton Steele, Zachary Todasco, Audrey Turner and Clare White. 2nd Grade A/B Honor Roll Brooke Beal, Tate Carnes, K.P. Coble, Caylee Corpus, Breanna Diaz, Nelson Friensenhahn, Sky Hurlbut, Wesley Porter, Dulce Presa, Carson Rogers, Jose Sanchez, Tristan Salazar, Kinley Solomon, Alayna Steele, Heidi St ...
Thursday, January 23, 2014 • Posted January 27, 2014 • Photos
School spirit is an unseen element in the everyday atmosphere of a school and community. Its tone is set by the principal, teachers, other staff, students and yes, the fans. When we all work together to raise the spirit of the team, morale is raised and students/atheletes work harder and perform better. Be a part of this exciting movement taking place at LBJ High School basketball games.
Thursday, January 23, 2014 • Posted January 27, 2014 • Photos
Jerry Casparis and James Ross Leonard of the LBJ Class of 1947 help unveil the Boys’ Basketball Championship Banner last Tuesday night in the LBJHS Gym. Looking on are fellow Champions and fans Glenn Sultemeier, Larry Barrientes, Jerry Ann Buck, Brent Harris and Jeff Campbell. JCISD unveiled banners to honor Team Champions in eight sports which were purchased jointly by the District and the Eagle Athletic Booster Club. Photo courtesy of Ralph Arvesen. Support your Eagle Athletes.
Thursday, January 9, 2014 • Posted January 15, 2014
Before Christmas, LBJ 8th graders had a chance to explore different careers and see what careers matched their interests. Career Cruising is an Internet-based career exploration and planning tool to explore career and college options and develop a career plan. Career Cruising can be accessed from school, home, or wherever students have access to the internet.
Thursday, November 14, 2013 • Posted November 21, 2013
Seven students from LBJ Middle School attended the No Place for Hate Summit on October 25. The NPFH, a one-day workshop for 8th grade students and educators, works to empower students and faculty to build campuses of respect. The Summit is sponsored by the Anti-Defamation League. The No Place for Hate® program was introduced to the Austin area in 2004 and is designed to provide administrators, educators and students with the necessary resources to make anti-bias education an integral part of t ...
Thursday, November 14, 2013 • Posted November 21, 2013 • Photos
LBJ Middle School celebrated Red Ribbon Week, October 28-November 1. Kiki Camarena was a member of the Drug Enforcement Administration, who was killed in Mexico while working undercover to stop the drug trafficking empire. His family started the tradition of wearing red ribbons to honor his memory and as a symbol of intolerance towards the use of drugs. At the Middle School, we celebrate a drug free lifestyle by wearing red ribbons and dressing to a theme each day.