Read Mrs. Smith's letter in which she talks about all that Lytle staff, students and families have done to make the 2020-2021 school year a success. She also address COVID procedures moving forward for summer academies and the upcoming school year. She mentions how results of the parent survey align with future plans. To see her video, go to: http://bit.ly/MCSVideo5-27-2021
Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) provides food benefits to families with enrolled students (up to 21 years of age) who temporarily lost access to free or reduced-price school meals for the 2020–2021 school year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Texas Education Agency (TEA), Texas Department of Agriculture and Texas Health and Hum
Established by the 84th Texas Legislature, the District of Innovation (DIO) distinction gives traditional independent school districts in Texas access to many of the flexibilities offered to Texas’ open enrollment charter schools. Lytle ISD has been a District of Innovation since 2016. The Lytle ISD District Improvement Education Committee, including parents, teachers, business and community members, school administrators and district leadership met on February 10, 2021. During this meeting, former Assistant Superintendent, Harry Piles, presented the current DIO plan with a few additions and adjustments. The DEIC agreed to proceed to further the implementation of the five-year strategic plan. If you have any questions about the District Innovation Plan, please email Director of Federal Programs/HR Laura Uribe-Center at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Three-year-old Morgan and his family made a special visit to our bus barn recently to take a school bus ride with Mr. William Cross, Director of Operations. This future Pirate's bus ride adventure is an extension of Lytle ISD's strong commitment to providing enrichment and positive learning experiences for parents, families, and students in our community. Watch this wonderful story and be sure to thank our bus drivers and all who work to keep our buses running for the kids in our community. It's our youngest Pirates who are excitedly waiting for the day when they'll get to ride a bus to Lytle Primary school for the first time!
This past week I had the honor of taking Emelia Garcia to Melissa to perform with the ATSSB (association of Texas small school bands) All-State Band. Emelia was in the concert band which consisted of 1A-3A schools. When we arrived she had one last audition in which she became the 5th best flute player in the state.
On a beautiful evening this past April 17, the Lytle High School parking lot lit up with energy and excitement...plus the bright lights of food trucks and aromas of delicious fresh food cooking. The Lytle Chamber of Commerce organized the event working with Loretta Zavala, Lytle ISD Community Liaison. Many volunteers and students worked to ensure the night was a great experience for around 1,250 people in attendance. There were 12 food trucks cooking up a variety of eats and sweets, and several of them sold out of their products quickly, including Chef Johnny Stewart! Chamber President Mark Lovelace says the Lytle Chamber plans on hosting this event again, possibly in Fall 2021, with the goal of making it bigger and better.
This year, once again, our Skull Studios student club offered our community a chance to be a part of the 2021 Lytle Graduation ceremony, LIVE as it was happening. Because the ceremony had to be moved to limited seating in our auditorium, this service is proving to be valuable to our graduates, our families, and our greater community. With students and staff running cameras, we are able to deliver a very professional, front row view of our graduates reaching this important milestone, and there are already over 1,500 views of this program: 2021 Lytle High School Graduation.
I wanted to send a HUGE thank you to our staff who kick-started Summer Academies this morning. Your work is helping close learning gaps caused by Covid and is essential to keeping our students on track. From custodians and classroom teachers, principals and paraprofessionals to our bus drivers, maintenance, and office support staff, it takes a village to pull off this massive undertaking and we appreciate all your hard work.
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