LVHS Newsletter

Excellence In All We Do.

October 29, 2021

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Congrats to our band on a great season!

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CR Geometry using their new skills to solve a puzzle

PALS worked on some team building activities this week.

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Big Congrats to all of our cross country runners for doing great at regionals. Aly Wray placed third and will be competing at the state meet! Congratulations, Aly!

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FAC decorated Halloween pumpkins and displayed them at the front desk!

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Veterans' Day Assembly

LVHS will have a Veterans' Day Assembly on November 11, 2021 at 2:45 PM in the gym.
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Our Fall Musical, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, November 11-13, 7:00pm, and Nov. 14, 2:00pm in the LVHS PAC

Come see the LVHS Viking Theatre Musical, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee! A hilarious comedy, with highly entertaining characters. A story about kids and adults involved in a Middle School Spelling Bee in a small town gymnasium.


Click here for tickets:


Students and Faculty: $7.00

Adults: $10.00

Bus Notifications

The district is no longer allowing students to ride to and from school with other students if they are not registered riders on the same bus route. If assigned to the same route they still need a signed note from the parent/guardian or a pass from the campus office for the driver to release them at an unauthorized stop. The district is experiencing a record number in ridership this year and extra students not assigned to that specific route may displace a student who has already registered for transportation in Ascender Parent Portal and been approved to ride.


Due to an increase in Stop Arm Violations this school year Lago Vista Police Department has assigned officers to follow the buses on their routes. This was implemented yesterday, will continue through next week and will occur periodically throughout the school year.

Our thanks to Lago Vista Police Department for supporting our bus drivers and for helping ensure the safety of all Lago Vista ISD students.

Picture Day

Picture day is coming up soon!


Seniors: November 3 and 4

Seniors received a link to sign up in Canvas. If your senior has not signed up for a time, please have them sign up here!


Retakes for underclassmen will be Tuesday, November 9.

COVID-19 Response Protocols

Lago Vista ISD recognizes that the situation surrounding COVID-19 is ever changing. As the year progresses, LVISD will use the following COVID–19 Response Protocols. We hope these strategies will ensure a safe and healthy learning and working environment for our students and staff. The decision to move from one stage to another will not be based on just one factor. We will continue to work with local and state officials, as well as with legal counsel regarding regulatory authority pertaining to these matters.

Covid Related Attendance Concerns?

Lago Vista ISD students may be eligible to participate in remote conferencing for attendance purposes in the event they are unable to attend face-to-face instruction on campus. Students are eligible for remote conferencing if both of the following requirements are met:


  • The student is unable to attend school because of a temporary medical condition; AND

  • The total amount of remote conferencing does not exceed more than 20 instructional days over the entirety of the school year.


A student who is absent due to other reasons not listed above will not qualify to participate in remote conferencing and will be marked absent each day he/she is not physically present in school.


In addition to the two requirements above, one of the following requirements must also be met:

  • The student’s temporary medical condition is documented by a physician licensed to practice in the United States; OR

  • The student has a positive test result for a communicable condition (such as COVID-19); OR

  • The student has been identified as having been in close contact with COVID-19.


Students in remote conferencing instruction will continue to work on class assignments via Canvas, and receive synchronous (live) assistance from a designated Remote Conferencing teacher. To the extent possible, a dedicated certified teacher will be designated to provide remote conferencing throughout the duration of students’ time in this setting, but it will not be the students’ teacher of record. In addition to working on assignments, students will be required to attend daily attendance meetings that will count for the day’s attendance and keep your child within the 90% attendance rule while out temporarily.


You will be notified by ParentLink with specific remote conferencing instructions and Google Meet links if your child qualifies for this temporary opportunity. If your child receives a close contact notification from the school, there will be a link to a form to complete if you wish for your child to participate in remote conferencing.

Want to know more about Canvas?

Lago Vista High School uses Canvas for delivering assignment information and communicating with our students. LVHS will be using the gradebook function in Canvas to communicate grades with parents and students.


Check out our district Canvas website to learn more and set up a parent account.

Parking Permits

Parking permits are on sale! Permits are $25 and you can pay online through my school bucks or with cash or check made out to LVHS. If you pay online please print out your payment confirmation to present to Mrs. Janson. Students can pick a form from Mrs. Janson to complete before purchasing.

Safe Return to In-Person Instruction and Continuity of Services Plan, 2021-2022

Lago Vista ISD is open for face-to-face learning! We want to keep our school community as safe as possible. Face masks are recommended in all district buildings. Please review our Safe Return to In-Person Instruction and Continuity of Services Plan for the 2021-2022.
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Bus Assignments and Routes

The transportation website is a great resource for any transportation related questions. You can access the Bus Rider Code of Conduct, find contact information, and lookup bus routes on this site.


You will need your student's ID number to access their route. If you do not know their ID number please call the high school at 512-267-8300 ext. 5500.

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Bell Schedule

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District Calendar

District Resources

The following links will provide information or directions that parents might find useful!


Want to check grades? Visit http://www.lagovistaisd.net/page/dis.parentinfo for directions.


Want to add money to your child's lunch account? Visit http://www.lagovistaisd.net/page/dis.parentinfo for directions.


Want to check out the student code of conduct and handbook? Visit http://www.lagovistaisd.net/page/Publications.

Who should I talk to about...

Attendance - including absences, doctor's notes, students needing to leave school early: Our attendance clerk, Juliana_Garcia@lagovista.txed.net, 512-267-8300, extension 5500


Immunizations, illnesses, medications: Our nurse Kat_Azevedo@lagovista.txed.net, 512-267-8300, extension 5506


Registration and Transcripts: Our registrar, Tyra_Becker@lagovista.txed.net, 512-267-8300, extension 5503


Student Emotional Support, College Readiness, Student Schedules: Our Counselor, Lara_Clark@lagovista.txed.net, 512-267-8300, extension 5504


Career and Tech Readiness: Our CTE Counselor, Elanna_Hylander@lagovista.txed.net, 512-267-8300, extension 5510


Student Discipline, Ideas for School Improvement: Our Principal, Stu_Taylor@lagovista.txed.net, Dean of Instruction, Missy_Howard@lagovista.txed.net, or Assistant Principal, David_Hilsenteger@lagovista.txed.net, 512-267-8300, extension 5500

About Us

The mission of Lago Vista High School is to use the four years allotted to teach, motivate, and challenge each student to rise to the highest level of academic excellence possible in a premiere learning environment. We are committed to sending into the world individuals who use problem-solving skills to impact their community in a responsible manner.