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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 firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. 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.
The Pirates took on the Poteet Aggies last Friday, October 1, 2021, in the second game of District play. We continue to see improvement in all three phases of the game. Offensive standouts include Junior Quarterback/Running Back/Linebacker Deven Caldera, who threw a touchdown pass to Senior Running Back/Linebacker Emanuel Garcia.
On Thursday, September 30, 2021, we were finally able to translate one meaning and carry out another! The translation of Hullabaloo Caneck Caneck roughly means……………… Aggies Lose Again! And Whoop! ….is exactly what the Lytle Pirate 7th Grade football team put on the Poteet Aggies! (An old fashioned whoopin’!)
Last Saturday, September 25, 2021, the Lytle Pirate Band competed at the Beeville ISD Marching Festival. There were 9 bands in the 3A classification, 5 of which are regular contenders at the Area and State level of competition. Our band performed the best show that they have performed so far this year, which earned them 6th place overall!
Friday, September 24, 2021, Varsity Volleyball hosted the Cougars from SA West Campus. The Pirates won the coin flip and secured the first serve. Unfortunately, we didn’t communicate well and the Cougar’s ended up winning the first 3 point to start the game. Coach Cordero quickly called a time out and had a pep talk with the ladies. The ladies started working together and with a couple of ace serves from Gonzalez and Lopez, as well as some hits from Diaz, Hutton, and Scotello, the Lady Pirates won the 1st set. On to the second set, our Pirates started slow again with the first rotation ending with each girl serving only once. West Campus took advantage of our serving errors and add points on the board for them. Pirates won set two.
Lytle Pirate Cross Country team traveled to Randolph High School on Saturday, September 24th, which happens to be National Daughter's Day. I think our Varsity Girls wanted it to be a special day for their parents as Eisabel Guerrero helped the girls win their first Meet of the year along with also claiming her first Individual Championship. Four of the five girls finished in the top 10 and they continue to push hard and have put themselves in great position coming into the last 2 meets before District.
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6:00 PM Board Meeting
5:00 PM HS Volleyball @ Natalia DISTRICT
8:00 AM - 3:00 PM Elementary Picture Day Retakes
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Kona Ice at Primary