2020-2021 Student Device Distribution
If you are a new student to the district, please contact the office before filling out this form for Student ID information. All incoming 9th graders need to haved completed student registration including submitted their proof of residency and parent ID.
If you have questions please contact the High School office at 830-709-5105 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
View details about the Back to School Immunization Clinic in this flier.
The Children’s Mobile Clinic will provide vaccines for students with Medicaid, underinsured, or uninsured at no cost, Wednesday, August 20th from 9am-12pm at Lytle High School on 18975 West FM 2790, Lytle, Texas 78052. Appointments are required. Please call 210-954-3764 to setup an appointment or for more information. Consent packets can be picked up with Ms. Juanita Black, the school nurse. Parents do not need to be present.
If you have already made an appointment for the August 5th date you will be seen, however the mobile clinic will not be taking walk-ins at that time to accomidate for additional cleaning time.
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As Lytle ISD moves forward developing plans to offer in-person and remote learning options for students, this video offers recommendations for parents to consider from the American Academy of Pediatrics President, Dr. Sally Goza.
In an effort to provide Lytle parents the information they need to decide whether to send students back to school for in-person, or remote instruction, this 7-minute video provides some facts to consider. Senator Rand Paul delivered an emotional statement during a recent Senate hearing on safely returning to work and school amid the COVID-19 pandemic, stating data has shown that “young children rarely spread the virus,” and that some countries who have reopened schools amid the pandemic have not had surges in virus cases. Dr. Anthony Fauci, the top infectious disease expert in the U.S. said that he “strongly” agrees with Paul that the country needs to “do whatever we can to get the children back to school.”
Superintendent Michelle Carroll Smith provides insight into the district's approach to making plans for back-to-school. This recorded Zoom Video is full of information from all district leaders on what parents and students can expect in the coming weeks as back-to-school plans are made. Stick it out to the end to see some great footage of every student and staff from our "Lytle Family Portrait" last September (2019). Click to see how the video is in sections that you can skip or review later.
It was all smiles as these seniors received their 2020 Graduate yard signs. They’ve accepted all the challenges their teachers have presented them over the years and they are ready to be Graduates of 2020!
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Every day, new student galleries are added to this digital display of student work that has been completed during our COVID-19 remote learning. As you look through each 2020 Virtual Student Showcase gallery, be sure to scroll to the bottom and click "Appreciate" to let students and teachers know you like what you see!
We welcome community members, volunteers, and visitors to our school campuses. Before arriving, please review our Visitor Policies and help us keep our students' safety a first priority.
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9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Immunization Clinic