Phone: (469) 752-6210


Degrees and Certifications:

- Principal Certificate, Lamar University - Master's in Mathematics, Texas A&M University- Central Texas - BBA in International Business, Florida International University

Mrs. Lasma Jekabsone-Berrouet


Greetings Robinson Family!

My name is Lasma Jekabsone-Berrouet and I am honored to be your newly appointed principal. It has truly been a blessing to be a part of the Robinson community for the past three years and I am thrilled to continue my journey at Robinson as a principal. My goal is to work collaboratively with the staff and community to maintain Robinson's tradition of excellence. 

I have been an educator for 14 years and my experience spans from middle to high school in various school districts as a Math teacher and coach, and most recently as an assistant principal here at Robinson Middle School. I grew up in Latvia, a small country in Northern Europe, and an athletic scholarship brought me to Florida International University in Miami, Florida, where I pursued my undergraduate degree. In addition, I earned a Master’s degree in Mathematics from Texas A&M University in Central Texas and Principal Certification from Lamar University.

On a personal note, my husband Richard and I have two sons- Benjamin (13) and Collin (10). We are an active family- we spend time together either playing basketball or watching our boys play on their teams. We also enjoy traveling, swimming and taking our chihuahua ChaCha for walks.

I strongly believe that the school's success depends on maintaining a shared vision for the students that we serve. I am committed to focusing on the right work and always doing what is best for our students so that they can grow and maximize their potential. Education is a collaborative effort between parents, teachers, staff, and the wider community, so I wholeheartedly welcome your input, feedback and active participation in school events, programs, and initiatives. Please know that my door is always open.

I am honored and eager to continue our journey together.

Go Razorbacks!