LV Intermediate Parent Newsletter

October 5, 2018

Upcoming Events...

October 8 Columbus Day- No School

October 9 Title I Reading and Math Parent Meeting at 6:00PM

October 9 Leaders in Action Applications (5th Graders only)Due

October 18 First Leaders in Action Meeting

October 22 Last Day of the First 9 Weeks

October 23 Fall Picture Make-up Day

October 24 Reports Cards Come Home

October 26 Early Release at 11:35am

October 22-26 Red Ribbon Week Activities

October 29-Nov 2 Book Fair

October 30 Awards Assembly during Lunch Periods

November 12 Veteran's Day Program --Intermediate Choir performing

November 13 Fourth and Fifth Grade Field Trip to Austin Spurs Game

November 15 Thanksgiving Lunch at the Intermediate School

Reach for the Stars...Believe It to Achieve It

Early Release on October 26th- Parent Conferences

We release at 11:35am on October 26th. Teachers are scheduling conferences with our most at-risk students on that day. If you would like to schedule a conference, please email your child's teachers. Teachers will schedule a conference as soon as possible, but may not be able to schedule the conference on October 26th.

The Big Fifth Grade Field Trip Info is coming soon...

Here is a sneak peak at The Outdoor School - Camp Champion. This is a 2 night field trip for our fifth graders in April. We had a fantastic time last year.

Attendance is Important (Mrs. Davis misses you!)

Please remember that your child is missed when he/she aren't at school. One of the most important things your child can do to achieve academic success is also one of the most basic: going to school every day.

Research has shown that your child's attendance record may be the biggest factor influencing his/her academic success.

Your commitment to attendance sends a message to your child that education is a priority for your family, going to school is a critical part of educational success, and that it's important to take your responsibilities seriously - including going to school.

Attendance this Week

Fourth Grade 96.61%

Fifth Grade 97.18

Fifth Grade Wins this Week! Our Goal is 98% for fourth and fifth grade.

Thank You!

We would like to say thank you to the following families for participating in our "Write A Check" campaign:

Xuerb family

Hoofnagle family

Parra family

Porter family

Everett family

Wray family

Oatman family

Scott family

Riley family

Solid Technology Solutions Inc.

Sellers family

Ohstand family

Trissel family

Smith family

Hepp family

Chadwick family

Soto family

Bailey family

Grill family

Vaughn family

Johnston family
Purkey family

Anglin family

Melendez family

Brown family

Olsen family

Sisca family

Davis family

Ramos family

Smith Family

Walker family

Donahe family

Turner family

Morris family

York family

Painter Bowler family

Martinez family

Lenard family

Stewart family

Hiebert family

Heston family

Gustafson family

Burke family

Smith family

Hardy family

Keister- Herrod family

Houston family

Cannon family

Richardson family

Ortega family

Randels family

Fowler family

Gilbert family

McSkimming family

Maya family

Keeran family

Badger family

Edwards family

Del Rosario family

Red Ribbon Week --October 22-26

Our message during Red Ribbon Week is to respect your body, your community, and your future by choosing to be drug free.

Monday, October 22

You’d Be CRAZY to Do Drugs!

Wear Your Crazy Hair, Socks, & Outfits! (No hats!)

Tuesday, October 23

Lei Off Drugs

Wear a Lei and/or Your Hawaiian Attire!

Wednesday, October 24

REaDy to be Drug Free

Wear RED for the Red Ribbon Pledge Signing!

Thursday, October 25

Team Up Against Drugs

Wear Your Blue and Gold Viking Spirit Wear!

Friday, October 26

Too BRIGHT for Drugs

Wear your Neon Attire!


Lago Vista ISD uses StayALERT to help keep our schools safe. StayALERT is a bilingual, confidential website, e-mail, phone and texting avenue for students, teachers, staff, parents and community members to be able to confidentially report unsafe behaviors, suspicious activities, bullying, acts of violence, harassment, and a host of other potential disruptors to school safety.

Users may anonymously report concerns 24-7-365 via the StayALERT website, an e-mail, a phone call to a recorded and monitored line, or via a text message from a cell phone. Photos and video clips pertaining to the StayALERT report may be included. No special app required! Reportable information will be forwarded in a timely manner to a pre-designated school official for review.

To make a report, use one of the methods below:


Call or Text: (206) 406-6485