LV Intermediate Parent Newletter

April 12, 2019

Upcoming Events...

April 16 G/T Field Trip

April 18 G/T Showcase

April 19 School Holiday--No Classes

April 22-24 Fifth Grade Outdoor School Field Trip

April 25 Moving to 6th Grade Parent Orientation from 6-7

April 25 Mrs. Atkinson will talk to 5th Grade about Middle School and Course Selection

April 29 6th Grade Course Selection Cards Due

May 3 Mrs. Atkinson will meet with fifth grade to enter course selections into TxMyZone during Social Studies

May 21 Field Day

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

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State Testing went Great!

The students in our classrooms approached the STAAR tests this week with determination, a little nervousness and perhaps even some excitement. They have worked hard all year, learning to comprehend, write, and apply problem solving strategies. Taking these tests was their opportunity to show how their efforts had come to fruition. What we witnessed with our students this week, was an attitude of executing a challenge, and the thrill and satisfaction that comes with successfully completing this challenge was evident.

Are they perfect? No. Will they score well on the test? Who knows. Is that what is important?

Not to us. As the teachers of these students, what matters most are the skills they have learned. Academically, it really can't be measured. Most significantly, the lifelong skills of perseverance, curiosity, patience, organization and a tenacious love of learning were obvious.

We are proud of our kids in everything they do.

Because a few parents have asked....

Results for 4th grade writing will come into district the Week of June 27th.

Results for 5th grade math and reading will come into district by May 7th or before. Parents will receive a paper copy of STAAR Student Report Card. Parents of students that do not pass the fifth grade first administration of reading and math will be contacted by phone before they receive paper copies of the STAAR Student Report Card. We will schedule a meeting to discuss your child's accelerated instruction plan to prepare your student for the retest in May.

Honor roll for the Third Nine Weeks

5th Grade All-A Honor Roll

Daniel Anglin

Joshua Bailey

Baily Barto

Amberlyn Beall

Caeley Carmack

Lillian Coale

Malaya Del Rosario

Morgan Donahe

Curtis Federoff

Daniel Fowler

Josie Gillette-Oatman

Oryin Harris

Marlie Hawkins

Clara Hepp

Jesus Hidalgo

Scotia Horton

Garrison Houston

Makenzie Koska

Aide Neel

Hudson Neel

Lily Olson

Luna Quintero

Allisen Shipp

Lilah Smith

Isabel Villarreal

Haley Wray

Jack Xuereb

4th Grade All-A Honor Roll

Anya Alanis

Emerson Andrew

Sadie Badger

Hannah Barley

Kingston Cannon

Brandon Freeman

Hannah Grill

Eliana Helton

Anna Heston

Juliette Hoofnagle

Dhylan Johnson

Kristin Johnston

Hudson Keeran

Fletcher Matheson

Amalie Melendez

Sydney Mosser

Ava O’Connor

Piper Olsen

Corban Owens

Olivia Parra

Katelee Raggio

Ariana Randels

Molly Roberts

Deijah Sourile

Taylor Teague

Emily Viruette

Luke Walker

5th Grade A-B Honor Roll

Logan Amstutz

Noah Arambula

Evan Bailey

MaryEmma Davis

Sydney Fanning

Jonah Farrington

Makenna Fiscus

Juan Garcia

Haylee Giroux

Alena Hernandez

Jace Hester

Nathan Hiebert

Adam Holt

Madison Husk

Daniel Kannmacher

Matheos Krautter

Victoria Lee

Loren Mitchel

Seren Mitchel

Kasey Noack

Kristen Norris

David Parham

Anna Piedra Diaz

Clara Puentes

Matthew Purkey

Claire Ragland

Angelina Rempel

Maveric Reynaert

Kaylee Reynolds

Douglas Runkel

Talen Sellers

Abbigail Simmons

Ripley Sinclair

Jasmine Sisca

Jessica Smith

Macy Thompson

Marlana Tonche Valadez

Aidan Velasquez

Parker Williams

4th Grade A-B Honor Roll

Lanee Arredondo

Dominic Bailey

Chloe Bell

Winter Callahan

Krysalyn Carter

Andrew Davis

Jack Dieckmann

Claire Everett

Joel Faz

Justin Fessler

Archer Houston

Jolee Jordan

Kailee Keister

Marshall Lawless

William Lopez-Ulloa

Riley Maxwell

Kyelynn Mills

Samuel Presley

Kandice Richardson

Ayva Ritter

Rylee Roberts

Melinda Stewart

Avery Thompson

Ainsley Townsend

Madison Williams

Jackson York

Perfect Attendance for the Third 9 Weeks

5th Grade Perfect Attendance

Jayden Box

Brayden Chafetz

Lilian Coale

Daniel Fowler

Pierce Hergenreder

Alena Hernandez

Jesus Hidalgo

Scotia Horton

Loren Mitchel

Seren Mitchel

Talen Sellers

Sawyer Stephens

Macy Thompson

Preston Vaughan

4th Grade Perfect Attendance

Lanee Arredondo

Nicholas Garcia

Jordan Garcia Ortega

Jude Huerta

Kristin Johnston

William Lopez-Ulloa

Hailey Meade

Piper Olsen

Nathan Sherman

Joseph Valadez

Ezequiel Vallejo-Tigre

Attendance Matters

Attendance this Week

Grade 4 96%

Grade 5 97%

Total 96%


Transportation Changes:

Please submit all transportation changes to Lisa Dohm, in the front office, by 2:00 p.m. the day of the change:


Phone: 512-267-8300 ex. 3500

***Please note*** Transportation changes for early release days need to be submitted no later than 9:00 a.m. on the day of the change.

Attendance Reminder:

If your child is out of school for any reason, please be sure to inform the front office the reason for the absence. For your convenience, Mrs. Dohm as 2 electronic ways to get her notes:


Fax: 512-267-8363


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


Counselor Corner

Lago Vista ISD recognizes the importance of its role in helping learners develop and demonstrate good character qualities every day in order to become successful contributors in the 21st century. Parents and families are encouraged to support the District's efforts to teach good values and character by continuing these lessons and conversations at home.

Together, we can achieve our goals of creating a character education program that creates a culture of values for students, staff, and families and building a culture & climate where the demonstration of good character qualities are a daily expectation.

April’s character trait of the month is Integrity. Our monthly guidance lesson will support the character trait of integrity using The Empty Pot by Demi. or

Click here for more inspiring literature on integrity and other positive traits.

Leaders in Action

Leaders in Action did a fantastic job in supporting our Viking Character trait of the month! They performed an original skit to show real-life application of the importance of Trustworthiness. Leaders in Action planned, practiced and executed the skit for all 4th and 5th grade students. We will also perform skits during April (Integrity) and May (Gratitude).

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