LVMS Weekly Newsletter
Week of March 19, 2018
LEARNING TODAY, LEADING TOMORROW, VIKINGS FOREVER!
IMPORTANT UPCOMING DATES
March 12-16 - SPRING BREAK
March 22 - Course Selection Parent NIght
SPRING BREAK IS HERE!
EVEN MORE TMSCA SUCCESS!
What sets Lago Vista Middle School students apart from the rest...
Our students can run, jump, and throw in a track meet on a Friday night only to turn around and leave for a TMSCA Meet on a Saturday at 5:30 am.
After the three Saturdays of competing, Lago Vista Middle School has FIFTEEN students that have qualified for the TMSCA State Meet. Some students will be going back to state for the second** and/or third time ***. These students will compete again against all other 3A qualifiers in the state of Texas on Saturday, April 21st in San Antonio at UTSA.
Kaius Northcutt--Number Sense
Reagan Phariss--Number Sense, Mathematics, and Science
Lincoln Smith--Number Sense, Mathematics, and Science
**Morgan Burke--Number Sense, Mathematics, and Science
**Saydie Kassell--Number Sense, Mathematics, and Science
Mikey D'Ambrose--Number Sense, Mathematics, and Science
Nina King--Mathematics and Science
Nathan McKee--Number Sense
Logan Parsons--Number Sense
***Ryder Phillips--Number Sense, Mathematics, and Science
Braden Smith--Mathematics and Science
NJHS Induction Ceremony
When: Wednesday, March 21, 2018
Where: Lago Vista Middle School Cafeteria.Arrival: 6:00 Current and New NJHS Members need to arrive at 6:00 to line up in Viking Hall looking your best.
Start: 6:30 The ceremony will begin at 6:30.
- 7th and 8th grade students who earned a 90 in their core classes for the first semester were nominated for NJHS. The students must also have demonstrated, service, leadership, character and citizenship. They must have also completed and turned in their student information forms on time a long with parent consent.
- New members will be getting their acceptance letters in the mail over spring break.
- New Member membership dues need to be paid to Mrs. La Rosa on Monday, March 19th.
- Light refreshments will be served after the ceremony.
- If there are any questions, please email Mrs. La Rosa at firstname.lastname@example.org.
COMFORT TRACK MEET
Our track teams traveled to Comfort on Friday and competed. Below you will find the highlights of the meet for the 8th and 7th grade track teams.
The 8th grade girls finished 1st out of 9 schools with a total of 156 points. Here are the highlights from the 8th grade girls.
Long Jump - Taylor Nuckolls - 2nd place
Kristin Conine - 6th place
Triple Jump - Avery Rague - 2nd place
High Jump - Klarisa Polikaitis - 1st
Emily Moxley - 3rd place
Avery Rague - 3rd place
Pole Vault - Cadence Sansom - 1st place
Sarah Long - 3rd place
Shot Put - Cheyenne LeBlanc - 3rd place
2400M run – Phoebe Gale - 5th place
4x100 relay – Kate Burke, Klarisa Polikaitis, Sarah Long, Kristin Conine - 1st place
800 Run – Violet Stone - 2nd place
100M hurdles - Brooke Bradberry - 2nd place
Bella Zaleski - 3rd place
4x200 relay – Kate Burke, Klarisa Polikaitis, Sarah Long, Kristin Conine- 1st place
400M dash - Madisyn Wright - 2nd place
300M hurdles – Lola Spedale - 5th place
1600M run - Phoebe Gale - 3rd
4x400 relay – Emily Moxley, Sarah Long, Klarisa Polikaitis, Violet Stone - 1st place
The 7th grade girls also had a great meet. They finished in 1st place with 174 points. Here are the highlights from our 7th grade girls.
Long Jump - Lauren Villegas - 1st place
Olivia Vincent - 6th place
Triple Jump - Saydie Kassell - 5th place
High Jump - Pauline D’Ogny - 1st place
Maya Ramsey - 2nd place
Stella Robinson - 3rd place
Shot Put - CJ Hood - 6th place
Discus - Saydie Kassell - 2nd place
4x100 relay – Sofia Xuereb, Lauren Villegas, Olivia Vincent, Saydie Kassell - 1st place
800 Run - Peyton Stoner - 1st place
Jazmin Camacho - 4th place
100M Hurdles – Pauline D’Ogny - 1st place
Casey Parsons - 5th place
100M dash - Kayla Rickels - 6th place
4x200 relay – Sofia Xuereb, Lauren Villegas, Olivia Vincent, Saydie Kassell - 1st place
300M hurdles – Whitney Vaughan - 1st place
Pauline D’Ogny - 2nd place
Casey Parsons - 3rd place
200M dash – Sam Hiebert - 2nd place
Maya Ramsey - 5th place
Kayla Rickels - 6th place
1600M run – Peyton Stoner - 1st place
4x400 relay – Pauline D’Ogny, Olivia Vincent, Lauren Villegas, Saydie Kassell - 2nd place
The 8th grade boys earned 1st place overall at the Comfort track meet. They scored a total of 157 points other teams. Below are the highlights from the 8th grade boys.
Long Jump - Scott Shepard - 1st place
Cody Yeilding - 2nd place
Triple Jump - Mikey D’Ambrose - 3rd place
Cody Yeilding - 4th place
High Jump - Jaeger Stanton - 4th place
Pole Vault - Bryce Jackson - 2nd place
Ryder Phillips - 4th place
Jaeger Stanton - 6th place
Shot Put - Diego D’Lorm - 4th place
4x100 relay – Scott Shepard, Gavin Hester, Cody Yeilding, Jaden Hester - 2nd place
800 Run - Nate Deveze - 2nd place
Mikey D’Ambrose - 3rd place
100M Hurdles – Bryce Jackson - 2nd place
Ryder Phillips - 4th place
100M dash - Jaden Hester - 4th place
4x200 relay – Scott Shepard, Gavin Hester, Cody Yeilding, Jaden Hester, 2nd place
400M dash - Mikey D’Ambrose - 2nd place
Nate Deveze - 5th place
300M hurdles – Bryce Jackson - 1st place
Braden Smith - 4th place
200M dash – Jackson Carlton - 3rd place
4x400 relay – Scott Shepard, Braden Smith, Mikey D’Ambrose, Nate Deveze - 2nd place
The 7th grade boys placed 3rd out of 11 teams. Below are the highlights from the 7th grade boys.
Long Jump - Tristan Dezaux - 1st place
Konnor Karg - 5th place
Triple Jump - Konnor Karg - 1st place
Miles Topo - 3rd place
High Jump - Tristan Dezaux - 1st place
Pole Vault - Miles Topo - 1st place
Gage Mayhew - 4th place
4x100 relay – Bowen Stobb, Konnor Karg, Miles Topo, Tristan Dezaux - 1st place
4x200 relay – Bowen Stobb, Konnor Karg, Miles Topo, Tristan Dezaux - 2nd place
400M dash - Carson Dohm - 6th place
300M hurdles – Konnor Karg - 1st place
4x400 relay – Bowen Stobb, Berend Kahlden, Miles Topo, Tristan Dezaux - 4th place
BUY A COMMEMORATIVE BRICK
COURSE SELECTION 2018-2019 PARENT MEETING
5th Grade going to 6th Grade
Feb 27 LVMS Counselor, Mrs. La Rosa visits Mrs. Graham’s
5th grade classes for the course selection presentation
Mar 1 6:30 Parent Night LVMS Cafeteria
Mar 6 Course selection cards due to Mrs. Graham
6th Grade going to 7th Grade
Feb 20 Course selection presentation in Mr. Vitolas’ classes
The course selection cards were picked up and will be
given out closer in time to the parent night.
Mar 22 6:30 Parent Night LVMS Cafeteria
Mar 28 Enter course selections into TxMyZone
7th Grade going to 8th Grade
Mar 20 Course selection presentation in Mr. Birdwell’s classes.
Mar 22 6:30 Parent Night LVMS Cafeteria
Mar 27 Enter course selections into TxMyZone
8th Grade going to 9th Grade
Mar 7 1:20 LVHS Counselor, Mrs. Huerta, to do course selection presentation
6:30 Parent Night at the High School for incoming 9 – 12 grades.
Mar 8 Mrs. La Rosa will be available to answer questions about course
Mar 9 Course selection cards due back to school to enter information into TxMyZone during class time
We of course want to see your child in school everyday, but we recognize they will miss for a variety of reasons related to their lives outside of school. We've included the Spring testing calendar that you may use as you plan your respective families events for the semester.
2018 Summer Camp Guide
For the past several years, Lago Vista ISD has put together a list of various summer learning opportunities in the Austin area that may be helpful to Lago Vista ISD parents and students who are looking for summer fun and learning options. This year, we are pleased to announce that we have partnered with Live Grow Play Austin for our 2018 Summer Camp Guide. As a result of this partnership, this year's summer camp guide is fully searchable by interest, location, date, price, etc.
To view the 2018 summer camp guide, visit:
Thank you Live Grow Play Austin for partnering with Lago Vista ISD and for providing this awesome guide for our families! It’s definitely not too soon to start thinking about what you want to do to have a great summer!
Wondering What Happened to Your Child's Lunchbox?
Any parents who might be interested in serving as the parent representative on our Project Vinátta Coalition, please refer to the application and video link below.
Where: Viking Hall
What's Available: Tuesday and Thursday ELA and Social Studies
Wednesday and Friday Math and Science
How To Access: Tutorial Request Form on our Website at the link below
Copies of the TRF will also be available to students in their classrooms, in the cafeteria, and in the front office and library.
Social Media Support
Lago Vista ISD recognizes that communication between campuses and parents is a crucial part of building a strong school-home partnership, which we greatly value. As such, the District is committed to providing open, two-way communication and encourages all Lago Vista ISD parents to share the same commitment.
While social media presents us with an amazing venue to share and exchange information, if a concern arises regarding your child, or child’s campus, please contact the campus immediately. This timely communication directly with the campus is a crucial first step in working with you to resolve your concerns. As a district, we are committed to ensuring that all concerns are addressed as quickly as possible, but
campuses are only able to assist with finding solutions when we are made aware of concerns through direct communication.
Thank you for your helping with Lago Vista ISD's continued efforts to build strong and effective partnerships with our parents!