Lago Vista Middle School

9/15/19 Excellence in all we do!

Spirit Week Coming Up!

What could be better than Friday the 13th during a full moon at a middle school? Spirit Week! We are excited to celebrate our first home football game on Thursday - here are the days:

Monday- Pajama Day


Wednesday- Twins Day and Homecoming Parade! 6:30 on Dawn Drive; Our football players, cross country athletes, volleyball players and cheerleaders will be represented!

Thursday- Blue & Gold Pride Day

Friday- Crazy Socks Day

Our first pep rally will be on Thursday at 3:30 before our game against Llano.

Picture Day Is Tuesday!

Picture order forms were handed out to students today during Advisory. In the extremely rare case that your middle schooler didn't give that to you immediately when they got home, we have some additional options for you to order:

1. Go to
2. Use the online order code 1920-0145

Alternatively you can click the link below which will auto-fill the online order code:


As we go past the first progress report, it's amazing how fast a school year goes! The end of the first 6 weeks is September 27th, and the biggest adjustment for 7th graders is that they can lose eligibilty for football, cross country, volleyball or marching band if they have failing grades.

Don't wait until it's too late! If you need access to TxConnect, please email Sue Kunze( for a Portal ID. If you need tech support, please email Monica Kaiser(

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Hudson Neel, Lilah Smith, Scotia Horton and Aiden Neel were recognized by KRLU for short stories they wrote last year. All the stories can be found at
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Lago Vista XC Invitational

We hosted our 5th annual Lago Vista Cross Country Invitational this past Saturday, September 14th. We hosted over 1200 runners including 150 middle school boys and 120 middle school girls. Our race is one of the most difficult races in Central Texas and our teams performed very well on our home course.

Our 7th grade girls team placed 4th out of 6 teams. Our top 5 runners this week were Shea Yeary - 11th, Naiya Lynn -13th, Hanna Simmons - 15th, Chelsea Scardino - 27th, and Joscelin Topete - 28th. Also competing at Hannah Muir, Angie Woodhall, and Phoebe Badger.

Our 8th grade girls placed 2nd out of 5 teams. Our top 5 runners this week were Aly Wray - CHAMPION, Ella Higgins - 9th, Kira Federoff - 14th, Trinity Unbehaun - 20th, and Addison Lockhart - 22nd. Also racing for the team was Kendall Karg, Ava Loucks, and Faith Lee.

Our 7th grade boys team placed 3rd out of 6 teams. Our top 5 runners this week were Micah Helton - 5th, Greyson Buster - 9th, Otto Boyd - 19th, Cooper Rosprim - 47th, and Caleb Denton - 48th. Also racing were Jake Bailey, Sawyer Burke, and Zach Bridges.

Our 8th grade boys team placed 3rd out 7 teams. Our top 5 runners this week were Caden Nichols - 9th, Chris Castillo - 16th, Brayden Hylander - 19th, Harper Moxley - 23, and Logan Smith - 31st. Also racing for the team was Kaius Northcutt, Shea Guillmead, Aaron Holt, and John Peek.

Our next race is at the McNeil Invitational on Saturday, 28th.


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School Store Is Now Open!

Every Thursday, the school store is open during both lunches - make sure to stop by and see what awesome stuff they have. Thank you to our PTO for running it every week!

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Volleyball Highlights

8th Grade Volleyball vs Florence

Our volleyball teams played Florence at home on Thursday. Below you will find the results for our 8th grade teams:

8 Blue:

Our Blue team won the first set 25-13 and the second set 25-10.

Our leading servers were Emily Romer with 16 serves and Maddie Nowlin with 6 serves. Leading passers were Maddie Nowlin with 10 digs, Rylie Greenlees with 5 digs, and Alanna Biniak with 5 digs. Our attack leaders were Alanna Biniak with 3 hits, and Rylie Greenlees and Kambree Meyer both with 2 hits. Also contributing to our team win was: Gabby Williams, Kira Federoff, Reagan Phariss, Sabrina Vaughan, and Dana Jensen

8 Gold:

Our Gold team also beat Florence in 2 sets with scores of 25-16 and 25-6.

Our leading servers were Sana Felix with 10 serves and Jaelyn Hergenreder and Addison Lockhart each with 5 serves. Leading passers were Brooke Everett with 14 digs and Jaelyn Hergenreder with 9. Finally, our leading hitter was Addison Lockhart with 5 attacks. We also saw great plays by: Abbie Wood, Emma Clark, Kendall Karg, Jada Malone, and Mary Spiers.

7 Gold

We defeated the Florence Lady Buffaloes this past Monday night in 3 sets. The Lady Vikings came out strong in the 1st set winning 25-11; however they were unable to get any mojo going from behind the service line or in serve receive and stumbled in the 2nd set losing 16-25. The 3rd set was all Lady Vikings as they found their form and dominated the final set to win 25-10. The girls continue to show improvement in their all around game. They’re getting much better at transitioning from defense to offense, trying to get to a spike on every possession. Unfortunately trying to spike as much as possible leads to committing some hitting errors from time to time. They’ve been told that they’ll have to work through those mistakes/steps to get to the level that we all want to be at. This is an eager group of young ladies who want to play at a high level. As I’ve stated before, I can’t wait to see just how well they’ll be playing in a few weeks time.

Outstanding Performers vs Florence:

Amelia Robinson: 5 Kills

Mikayla Vasquez: 7 aces, and 7 assists, 2 Kills

Melanie Sansom: 2 kills, 2 aces

Canon Yetley: 2 Assists, 3 aces

Natalie Kercheville: 1 Ace

Sydney Heibert: 1 Kill, 1 ace

Great Defensive efforts: Lana Spedale, Maddie Kassell, Chloe Patton, Hannah Simmons

7 Blue:

Our Blue team won the first set 25-7 and the second set 25-12.

Our leading servers were Megan Conine with 11 serves, both Emily Jungman and Paige Parsons with 8 serves, and Emma Prestage with 7 serves. Leading passers were Patience Solis with 6 digs and Megan Conine with 3 digs. Our assist leader was Stella Gjelaj with 3 assists. Also contributing to our team win was: Claire Brumfield, Isabella Adams, Phoebe Badger, Liana Faz and Lindsay Sanders.

Come on out and support the girls as we host Jarrell next Monday night 9/16.

No Outside Drinks

As we are getting into Volleyball and Football season, remember that no outside drinks are allowed at sporting events. So please leave your Yeti's at home, and if you're thirsty, support our concession stand. Thank you!

Coming Up!

Monday, September 16th - Volleyball vs. Jarrell, Games Start at 4:30

Tuesday, September 17th - Picture Day!

Wednesday, September 18th - Homecoming Parade @ Dawn Drive - Starts at 6:30

Thursday, September 19th - Football vs. Llano, Games Start at 5:00