About Von Tobel Middle School

Von Tobel Middle School

Embracing diversity and building the leaders of tomorrow Committed to student learning and achievement in a safe environment

Ed Von Tobel Middle School is part of the Clark County School District in Las Vegas, Nevada. We strive to make our school a community in which every person feels respected and valued, and we encourage and challenge each student to achieve to the highest levels.

We invite you to browse through the pages of our website to learn more about who we are. You will find we are dedicated to providing quality clubs and activities so our students can grow outside the traditional walls of the classroom. We have helpful resources, such as a fully stocked and staffed library so your child can access the materials he or she needs throughout the day. Our guidance staff will help your child find success throughout the middle school years. Thank you for visiting our website. Enjoy your stay!

School Organization Team
We now have a new page dedicated to our school organizational team. We invite you to visit the new page for updated agendas and minutes from our meetings.

A Message from Our Principal
Dear Von Tobel Middle School Families, 

I am honored to be able to take this opportunity to briefly introduce myself. My name is Leonardo Amador, and I have the privilege of being the principal of Von Tobel Middle School. I have been in the field of education for the last 17 years and an administrator since 2005. My professional experience has involved working with diverse populations of students, including general education, English Language Learners, and special education students. 

One of the most important aspects of my work here at Von Tobel Middle School is building strong relationships with students, teachers, families, and community members. You’ll find me in the hallways, classrooms, and in the lunchroom getting to know your children. My passion has been and always will be educating students. With that in mind, you can expect that I will work diligently with teachers to make sure our students are exposed to curriculum and instruction that is both engaging and challenging.

As the principal, I realize the education of children is a difficult job and cannot be accomplished without the assistance of great teachers, parents, and the surrounding community. I encourage parents and community members to be active participants in the education of our students. There are many ways to participate in the education of our students. The easiest way, however, is to maintain effective lines of communication. I welcome input from parents, students, staff, and community members throughout the year. If you have concerns, praise, or would just say hello, please contact my office at 799.7280 ext. 4100.
Leonardo Amador