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Ahoy, Pirate Nation and Pirate Friends! It's Time to 'Float' Lytle Mainstreet in the 2021 Homecoming Parade! November 6, 2021, will be the Lytle Ex-Students Association’s Homecoming Parade. We invite the community, churches, businesses and school groups or clubs to participate. Fill out the online entry form: https://forms.gle/DdzwnTzg7P7uKNbTA. Or, request a paper form from email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. Mail the completed paper form to Lytle Ex-Students Association, Parade Committee, PO Box 1106, Lytle, TX 78052
Lytle ISD is committed to providing quality in-person instruction for all students for the 2021-2022 school year. As always, the health and safety of Lytle students and staff remains our highest priority. We will implement safety guidelines and practices that help protect our students, teachers, staff, and community as much as possible from COVID-19. These protocols will be updated and revised based on public health and governmental guidance regarding COVID-19.
Yesterday, October 23, 2021, the Pirate Band set sail for their 3rd consecutive trip to the UIL Area Marching Competition. After an overwhelming sendoff including a police escort and lots of support from our Pirate Band Family, we traveled through fog and rain to Beeville. The band competed against 29 other 1st division marching bands with one unifying goal in mind, to perform their best so far. This incredibly talented group of students did not let us down, they left everything on the field, including new visuals and marching drill that had not been performed at a competition before. (They learned them all in less than 1 week!) It was by far the band's best performance this year!
We would like to recognize the awesome Lady Pirates athletes with the 2021 first 9 weeks cycle all “A” and all “AB” Honor Roll! The coaches and girls put a lot into doing their job both in the classroom and in their athletic competition. Our volleyball teams are young and getting better every week. Cross Country is doing what they always do and that is bringing home trophies with another District title and about to bring home Regionals. Basketball, last year’s District Champs are getting ready to unleash their run for Number 1. None of this could be possible if they didn’t take care of business in the classroom first! Congratulations ladies!
On Tuesday October 19, 2021, the Pirates traveled up the road to compete against the Mustangs on Natalia. The Pirates came out and played with a lot of heart and desire. I have never been prouder of these young ladies. We started strong in the first two sets with the score looking like a Yo-Yo, moving up and down as we played our hearts out! As we lost to the Mustangs in three sets. I must say the score did not reflect their performance! The Pirates had some amazing defensive digs from Martinez, Patino, Lopez, and Sprenger and hits from Gonzalez, Diaz, and Scotello to keep our Pirates in the match.
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6:30 PM JV Football vs Jourdanton
9:00 AM Elementary Halloween Parade
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM Kona Ice at Elementary
2:30 PM - 4:00 PM Junior High Halloween Band Concert
7:30 PM Varsity Football @ Jourdanton
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Food Truck Rally
10:00 AM Lytle "Family" Picture
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM Homecoming Bonfire
4:30 PM 7th/8th Grade Football @ Cotulla