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  • Lytle 2019 Homecoming is the weekend of Nov. 1, 2019 Plan Now to Be IN the Lytle 2019 Homecoming Parade!

    The Lytle Ex-Student Association is excited to announce our HOMECOMING 2019 Parade. We would like to take this time to invite you to participate in what we believe will be a very exciting event. We hope each and every one of you will take the opportunity to join us as we celebrate Lytle ISD, the black and gold that we call home! The parade is scheduled for Saturday, November 2, 2019 at 10:00am. Parade line up will be at 9am. You are cordially invited to participate in our parade and show off your entry to a crowd on this special occasion. Please complete the registration information below and return by mail. All entries should be returned by October 18

    2019 Homecoming Parade Float Application 

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  • Image of Red Ribbon Week Flyer Red Ribbon Week is Oct. 18th - Nov. 1

    Monday, October 28: I am “red”y to say no to drugs! Wear red.

    Tuesday, October 29: We’ll knock the “bobby” socks off of drugs! Dress up in 50’s style for the 50th day of school.

    Wednesday, October 30: Unity Day Wear Orange.

    Thursday, October 31: Say “BOO” to drugs! Wear your Halloween costume.

    Friday, November 1st: Team up against drugs! Wear Lytle spirit attire.

    Download the 2019 Red Ribbon Week flyer here.

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Our Stories

  • 10-21-2019 October is Principal Appreciation Month!

    Wendy Carroll Conover is our principal at Lytle Elementary School. She has joyfully educated Lytle ISD students for 28 years, and in the last 4 years, she has served as a principal. Ms. Conover says she has the best job ever. Since October is Principal Appreciation Month, here's your chance to tell Ms. Conover thank you for her leadership at that campus and for serving our students so well. If you have a positive story or words of encouragement, please share with us all!

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  • 10-21-2019 Varsity Football vs. Cole

    Last Friday night, October 18th, was a tale of two halves. In the first half, our Pirates played a half everyone would be proud of. Sophomore Daniel Aguirre kicked a 37-yard field goal to put the Pirates ahead. A few minutes later a busted coverage would allow the Cougars to score and take the lead. Within minutes the Defense created an interception by Sophomore Zak Placido who took it in for a score. A Cole Pick 6 would also happen before the half to make the halftime score Cougars 14, Pirates 10. We went into the locker room feeling positive, if we clean up some of our mistakes, we would get a positive result.

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  • 10-18-2019 Student Podcast Pirates are back in the Crow's Nest!

    Thanks to the football know-how, voice talent, and expert guidance from Mr. Jonathan Macat, tonight we once again will have a group of aspiring student podcasters providing live commentary of the PINK OUT game against Cole. So whether you're at the game, or stuck at home...tune in! Tonight's Pirate Podcast includes an interesting and fun cast of Lytle ISD staff and community guests. Hear from Coach Ruiz on Cross Country's successful district races, Mr. Fender shares details on the huge success High School Marching Band enjoyed at the UIL Region XI Marching Contest in Hondo, and Nan Boyd and Annie Villareal will give us a sneak peek at all the wonderful plans and events for Homecoming! There are many more surprises and guests, so listen in starting at 7:30 tonight. You can count on the Podcast Pirates for LIVE commentary of the football game, plus we'll do our part to PINK OUT and raise awareness about breast cancer.

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  • 10-18-2019 Elementary Good Things

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  • 10-18-2019 JV Football at Cole

    Last night, October 17th's display of the JV football team was all expectation! During the bus ride over, that's where "expect" started to take shape. There was a silent, focused group of young men ready to lead, love, and listen to each other!

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