Lago Vista Middle School


Jr. Vase Wins Big!

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The Middle School students attended their very first JR VASE regional art competition this weekend. Out of the 11 students that participated 9 received top scores and 2 with perfect rankings. This was an excellent showing of their talent and skill.

Level 3 Awards

Dessa Snyder

Lindsey RIchards

Level 4-Highest Rankings

Jessica Morrish

Valentina Hinojosa

Sidney Pointer

Jeremiah BIllings

Taryn Lash

Lillith Fountain

Lindsay Sanders

Perfect Ranking

Sarah Baird

Alicia Rempel

Important Info for 8th Graders!

The 8th graders have been working to choose their future classes, now, students will have a variety of opportunities to identify occupational interests, aptitudes and abilities. Through a Career Exploration project, students will identify their own personal skills that match an occupation. Students will also investigate colleges and/or technical school opportunities that will help them reach their career goal.

All 8th graders MUST provide a tri-fold project board (these can be purchased at the Dollar Store, Michaels, Hobby Lobby, or Walmart) A 36 in x 48 in board is the best size.

The presentation will be on Friday afternoon, May 3rd.


Only a few YEARBOOKS left up for grabs for 2018-2019!

Send a check made payable to:

LVMS in the amount of: $40.00 OR $40.00 cash.

You may turn these in to Ms. Kunze or directly to Mrs. Hergenreder in the computer lab.

More Superior Rankings

We had 8 students participate at the UIL Solo and Ensemble Contest at Liberty Hill High School last weekend and all 8 students received “Superior” ratings, the highest rating achievable by performers.

The students are as follows:
Zachary Bridges, Alto Saxophone (6th Grade)
Gage Shook, Alto Saxophone (6th Grade)
Sarah Conine, Flute (7th Grade)
Jessica Morrish, Bassoon (7th Grade)
Megan Conine, Trombone (6th Grade)
Isabella Adams, Trombone (6th Grade)
Emily Romer, Flute (7th Grade)
Keith Beavers, Clarinet (7th Grade)

Congrats all...way to make LVMS proud!

Course Selection & Transition Information

Mrs. Atkinson will be working with students in April to discuss selecting courses for next school year. The Middle School Course Guide is already published on the Lago Vista website and contains helpful information that will be discussed with students.

4/23: Mrs. Atkinson will work with 7th grade students during TX History and will distribute course selection cards.

4/24: Mrs. Atkinson will work with 6th grade students during World Cultures and will distribute course selection cards.

4/29: Course selection cards are due for all grade levels.

Cheerleading Info For Next Year

CONGRATULATIONS to all girls that made LVMS Cheer Team for next year!

Cheerleaders AND parents please download "teamapp" from your google play store; request access to: LVMS Cheer to get ALL information for cheer for 2019-2020.


MAY 14TH @ 4:30PM UNIFORM FITTINGS @LVMS GYM (wear tight fitting clothes so you can be measured for skirt and shell)


@HIGH SCHOOL GYM (*No exceptions)

*Payment information will be discussed at the meeting. Any other questions please email ONLY (no texting):

Coach Mel Hergenreder

Golf and Tennis Get Into The Swing

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If your student is interested in 7 on 7, they can get the form from Coach Jackson or in the front office.
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School Store

Lots of new items will be coming up in the School Store...make sure to come by on Thursdays during lunch!

School Store each Thursday 10:45-1:30 Viking Hall

School PTO Website (Really Cool Stuff Here!)

PTO Facebook Page

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Coming Up!

April 18 - GT Showcase

April 19 - No School

April 23 - 7th Grade Meets With Mrs. Atkinson to discuss Course Selection Card

April 24 - 6th Grade Meets With Mrs. Atkinson to discuss Course Selection Card

April 26 - Cinco De Mayo Fiesta

May 3 - Last School Dance


If your student needs any help - we have two options for tutorials. If they would like to come in during the morning at 7:45, teachers are available by appointment. Also, each student has an advisory period each day where they are able to get help from their teachers. If you are dropping off in the morning, please make sure to drop off by the cafeteria and the students will walk up from there.

Stay Alert!

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