LVMS Newsletter

Excellence In All We Do - Week VII

Spirit Week!

Here are the days for Spirit Week -

Monday- Neon

Tuesday - Flashback (00's, 90's, 80's, 70's etc)

Wednesday - Hawiian

Thursday - Team Day (favorite team jersey or team hat)

Friday- BLUE OUT

End of Nine Weeks - Friday Night Lights

Our next Friday Night Lights is happening Friday, October 1(yes - that is homecoming!).

Most importantly, the first Nine Weeks is ending on Friday, October 8th. If a student is failing two or more core classes, or has below a 50 in any core classes, they will be assigned to stay on Friday night from 4:00 - 6:00.

If a student qualifies, we will let them know on Monday, September 27th and they will have until Thursday, September 30th to fix their grades.

If a student is failing on September 24th, they will lose UIL eligibility until October 15th.

Picture Day - You Can Still Order!

Picture Day was Tuesday, but if you'd still like to order, you can follow this link:

Retake Day will be November 2nd.

News and Notes From The Office

Attendance & Nurse - Please email or contact the nurse if your child is home ill. Also, please make sure if your child calls you not feeling well, they must check in with the nurse before leaving due to COVID protocol.

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Boys Athletics - If your son is in last period athletics and you need to pick them up, we ask that you pick them up BEFORE 3PM.

School Time - Please remember that we teach from "bell to bell" each day and when you pull your student(s) out early or they arrive late to school, they miss valuable class time. Thank you for understanding!

LV Stickers - Show your LV pride! Stickers are available in the MS front office with Monica for $5 each. Each sale supports the LVISD Booster Club!

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If you'd like to purchase optional coverage, use the link below. Don't forget October 1st is the deadline to purchase.

iPad coverage -

Here is the bell schedule...first bell starts at 8:00 AM!

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Drop Off/Pick Up in the Morning

Drop off and pick up in the morning and afternoons have been really smooth(especially for the first days!). A few reminders -

- In the morning, drop off is between 7:35 - 8:00. 6th, 7th and 8th grade can be dropped off either in the front of the school or behind the school. If your student needs breakfast, they can be dropped off by the cafeteria.

- Important note - we cannot guarantee supervision before 7:30.

- If you would like to park and have your student walk to you, park across the street by the baseball fields.

- 6th Grade Pick Up after school is in the front of the school. 7th and 8th grade pick up is in the back of the school.

- For a video tutorial, please take a look at this:

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XC runs on the toughest course in Central Texas - Our Own!

Our cross country team hosted our annual Lago Vista Invitational. Below are the results for each team. Our next race is our District Race on Monday, October 11th in Llano.

Our 8th grade boys competed against 6 teams and a total of 53 runners. Placing in the top 20 were Miguel Rocha in 9th, River Burch in 10th, and Mason Taylor in 13th place. Completing our 8th grade boys team were Mikey Woodburn and Tre Haywood. Congratulations to these young men who ran one of the most challenging XC courses, and even ran more than they had to after taking a wrong turn!

Our 8th grade girls competed against 6 temas and 45 total runners. Placing in the top 20 were Scotia Horton in 5th place and Maddy Salazar in 17th. Also racing with the 8th grade girls team were Carli Parker, Lillian Coale, Amberlynn Bealle, and Isablla Luna.

Our 7th grade boys team competed against 8 teams and a total of 57 runners. Placing in the top 20 were Sebastian Vazquez in 7th place and Jackson Cook in 14th place. Also competing for the 7th grade boys were Weston Walker and Lucas Wendl.

Our 7th grade girls competed against 8 teams and 63 runners. Placing in the top 20 were Emily Virutte in 10th, Molly Roberts in 11th, and Laila Burlew in 13th place. Also racing for the 7th grade girls team were Piper Olsen, Laney Bentley, Melissa Soto, Madison Williams, Ania Alanis, Maya Nieves.

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Bandera Makes The Long Drive To Lago

Bandera volleyball highlights coming soon!

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Lago Takes Down The Shack Outside La Grange

La Grange highlights coming soon...

A Message From Mr. Webb

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 Questions...

Q: How will I know if my student has been exposed?

A: If your student is determined to be a close contact of a student who has tested positive for COVID, you will be personally notified. If your child is in the same grade level as a student who has tested positive, you will receive an email.

Q: Are masks required?

A: LVISD does not require students, parents, teachers, staff members or visitors to wear masks or face coverings while on district premises. However, the wearing of face masks is allowed and is highly encouraged.

Q: Can I choose for my child to do at-home/remote learning this year?

A: The state has not provided for a funded remote instruction option this school year. Students not at school will be under normal attendance requirements. Exceptions to this are students who are isolated because of a positive COVID result or who are quarantined due to being a COVID close contact.

Who Do I Contact?

We try to be excellent problem solvers here at LVMS, so if you have questions, let us help!

If you have questions about registrations, contact:

Monica Kaiser @

Schedules? Counselor April Woodburn @

Bus? Transportation Director Lisa Gordon @

Logistical Questions? Secretary Sue Kunze @

You can contact myself( or our Assistant Principal Kim Bentley ( with any questions you need help with as well.