Lago Vista Middle School


Date Changed for Cheerleader Meeting!

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It's about that time of year!

There is a MANDATORY PARENT/CANDIDATE MEETING for ALL boys and girls in 6th and 7th grade (current grade) interested in trying out for the LVMS cheer team for the 2019-2020 school year. The date was changed due to the HS track meet.

What: Mandatory PARENT/CANDIDATE Meeting

When: Tuesday

March 12th @ 5:30pm

Where: LVIS/MS cafeteria

Course Selection & Transition Information

Hard to believe we are getting ready for next year, but it's true!

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.

4/17 and 4/18: Mrs. Slaughter, HS Counselor, will be visiting with 8th graders about career lessons and 4 year planing.

4/22: 8th graders will get their course selection cards.

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.

No Place For Hate

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The LVMS Project Vinatta group created an informative slideshow about bullying and equality, which was presented in advisory classes during Black History Month. Any student who has yet to sign the Resolution of Respect is encouraged to sign a heart on the display in front of Coach Kudrna's classroom. If you'd like the slide show, let me know and I will email it to you!

Project Vinatta has several upcoming activities planned, beginning with an inspirational-themed restoration of the girls' bathroom and a week of kindness activities.

A Beautiful Night In Rogers

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Our track teams traveled to Rogers on Friday and competed in their third track meet. Below you will find the highlights of the meet for the 8th and 7th grade track teams.

The 8th grade girls WON the meet with 186 points. Here are the highlights from the 8th grade girls.

Long Jump - Lauren Villegas - 1st place

Saydie Kassell - 5th place

Sophia Xuereb - 6th place

Triple Jump - Saydie Kassell - 1st place

High Jump - Lauren Villegas - 1st place

Sophia Read - 3rd place

Bella Dreibrodt - 4th place

Shot Put - Shelby Porter - 3rd place

Discus - Trinity Bandow - 5th place

2400 M run - Crosby Curtis - 2nd place

Savannah Lantz - 4th place

Rylee Bing - 5th place

4x100 relay – Sofia Xuereb, Lauren Villegas, Olivia Vincent, Saydie Kassell - 1st place

800 Run - Julia Ball - 2nd place

100M Hurdles – Pauline D’Ogny - 2nd place

Casey Parsons - 4th place

4x200 relay – Sofia Xuereb, Sophia Read, Olivia Vincent, Saydie Kassell - 1st place

400 M dash - Julia Ball - 1st place

Carina Alwell - 6th place

300M hurdles – Pauline D’Ogny - 3rd place

200M dash – Sofia Xuereb - 1st place

Sophia Read - 5th place

1600M run – Crosby Curtis -1st place

Kaytlen Rutledge - 5th place

4x400 relay – Julia Ball, Olivia Vincent, Pauline D’Ogny, Saydie Kassell - 1st place

Our 7th grade girls WON the track meet scoring a total of 175 points. Here are the highlights from the 7th grade girls.

Long Jump - Addison Lockhart - 2nd place

Triple Jump - Jada Malone - 3rd place

Brooke Everett - 6th place

High Jump - Abbie Wood - 1st place

Anna Magdaleno - 2nd place

Shot Put - Sidney Porter - 3rd place

Caylan Penton - 5th place

Elle Voita - 5th place

2400 Run - Aly Wray - 1st place

Ella Higgins - 6th place

4x100 relay – Brooke Everett, Gabby Spragley, Kendall Karg, Jada Malone - 2nd place

800 M Run - Maddie Nowlin - 2nd place

100M Hurdles – Addison Lockhart - 1st place

Rylie Greenlees - 3rd place

4x200 relay – Abbie Wood, Gabby Spragley, Brooke Everett, Jada Malone - 1st place

400 Dash - Anna Magdaleno - 2nd place

Maddie Nowlin - 5th place

300M hurdles – Addison Lockhart - 2nd place

Emma Clark - 5th place

200M dash – Gabby Spragley - 2nd place

Abbie Wood - 3rd place

Emily Wilson - 4th place

1600 Run - Aly Wray - 2nd place

4x400 relay – Anna Magdaleno, GRylie Greenlees, Brooke Everett, Jada Malone - 2nd place

The 8th grade boys came in WON the meet with a total of 201.5 points. Below are the highlights from the 8th grade boys.

Long Jump - Tristan Dezaux - 1st place

Jonathan Vera - 4th place

Nick Bandow - 5th place

Triple Jump - Konnor Karg - 1st place

Bowen Stobb - 2nd place

Miles Topo - 3rd place

High Jump - Tristan Dezaux - 1st place

Ivan McCormick - 3rd place

Carson Dohm - 6th place

Pole Vault - Miles Topo - 1st place

Beck Press - 2nd place

Discus - Rafe Medina - 6th place

2400 M run - Liam Panter - 3rd place

4x100 relay – Nick Bandow, Matthew Perez, Miles Topo, Tristan Dezaux - 2nd place

800 M Run - Konnor Karg - 1st place

Carson Dohm - 4th place

110M Hurdles - Vaughan York - 6th place

100 M Dash - Miles Topo - 1st place

Bowen Stobb - 2nd place

Jonathan Vera - 2nd place

4x200 relay – Bowen Stobb, Matthew Perez, Miles Topo, Tristan Dezaux - 2nd place

400M Dash - Maverick Whitlow - 5th place

Vaughan York - 6th place

300M hurdles – Konnor Karg - 3rd place

Ethan Helton - 4th place

200M Dash - Jonathan Vera - 3rd place

Maverick Whitlow - 5th place

1600 M Run - Liam Panter - 2nd place

4x400 relay – Tristan Dezaux, Bowen Stobb, Nick Bandow, Konnor Karg - 1st place

The 7th grade boys came in 2nd place with a total of 147 points. Below are the highlights from the 7th grade boys.

Long Jump - Decker Sims - 3rd place

Mason Harris - 6th place

Triple Jump - Decker Sims - 3rd place

Zac Zaleski - 6th place

High Jump - Ben Wilder - 2nd place

Cory Mosser - 3rd place

Shot Put - Nash Renfro - 5th place

Discus - Nash Renfro - 5th place

Pole Vault - Josh Harrington - 1st place

Cory Mosser - 2nd place

Kaius Northcutt -3rd place

2400 M run - Chris Castillo - 4th place

Aaron Holt - 6th place

4x100 relay – Josh Harrington, Decker Sims, Gavin Smith, Corbin Smith - 5th place

110 Hurdles - Tanner Tredemeyer - 1st place

Ben Wilder - 3rd place

Tucker Raley - 6th place

800 Dash - Caden Nichols - 1st place

Cory Mosser - 6th place

4x200 relay – Josh Harrington, Decker Sims, Gavin Smith, Corbin Smith - 2nd place

300M hurdles – Aiden Ming - 2nd place

Ben Wilder - 5th place

1600 Run - Caden Nichols - 1st place

Chris Castillo - 5th place

4x400 relay – Josh Harrington, Decker Sims, Cory Mosser, Gavin Smith - 2nd place

8th Grade Parents - Would Your Child Be Interested In Being An EMT?

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Lago Vista ISD and Travis County ESD #1 are excited to officially welcome our first cohort into the Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) program for the 2019-2020 school year! There is an information session on April 4th - fill out this information sheet to be invited!

Interested in FFA in High School?

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Attention 8th graders and parents interested in being in FFA in high school.

There will be an informational meeting the basics of FFA and The FFA booster club on March 13th at 7pm in the High school Floral Design Room C104 or Coach Standiford's room.

Local Opportunity For Actors and Actresses!

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Great Opportunity For Our Girls!

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Coming Up!

March 12 - 2019-20 Cheerleading Mandatory Meeting

Tuesday, March 13 - LVMS Track Meet in Lago Vista...come watch our students be awesome!

March 18-22: Spring Break!

Benchmark Dates:

March 12- 7th Math

March 13- 7th Reading

April 2- 6th Math, 8th Algebra

April 3- 6th Reading

April 15- 8th History

April 16- 8th Science

School Store and PTO

As the weather is starting to cool down, it's going to be time to pull out the hoodies. There are some cool ones at the PTO website! Follow the link below...

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

School PTO Website (Really Cool Stuff Here!)

PTO Facebook Page

Sign up for PTO online!


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