Dustin Breithaupt comes to Lytle ISD with a career in education that spans 20 years, starting as an elementary classroom teacher (Bilingual/English) in 2001 at Austin ISD. After 12 years in the classroom, he began working as an Elementary Assistant Principal and Curriculum Coordinator in 2013 and then as Director of Academic Support in 2017 for Hays Consolidated ISD. Most recently, he served as secondary principal for Bexar County Learning Center in East Central ISD. Dr. Breithaupt earned a Doctorate of Education (Educational Leadership) from Nova Southeastern University, a Master of Education (Curriculum & Instruction) from Indiana Wesleyan University, and his Bachelor of Arts (Interdisciplinary Studies) from University of Texas San Antonio.
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.
March 3, 2021: Governor Abbott's lifting of the mask mandate has generated questions. Staff, students and families are asked to continue to follow guidelines in the LISD Pirate Health and Safety Plan.
There was a playoff atmosphere last night, April 13th, in Jourdanton. After 4 lead changes and a ton of close plays, the Lytle Pirates came out on top. Zak Placido made a nice catch on a line shot to centerfield (with runners on 2nd and 3rd) to end the game. Whew!
Yesterday, April 12th, the Pirate Junior Varsity and Varsity tennis teams traveled to Jourdanton to participate in the District tournament. It was a long hot and humid day but in the end several Pirates shined the brightest. We have many young JV athletes that gained valuable experience throughout the year and their progress and growth was visible yesterday as most of their matches were highly competitive. In the end we had two that stood out and earn a 3rd place finish in the mixed doubles division, congratulations to Chessa Harley-Mapes and Hector Anaya.
Last evening, April 12th, the Junior High Lady Pirates faced off against Jourdanton in some well-played softball games. We had great pitching by Addison Criado who had 7 strikeouts and only allowed 3 runs. The bats came alive for us as well. Hits from Anisaa Perez, Danica Martinez, Addison Criado, Alyssa Sprenger. Pirates win 1st game 12-3. Second game didn’t go as planned. Pirates lose in that match up. Record:1-3
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8:00 AM - 9:00 AM High School Track AREA @Poth
8:00 AM - 10:00 AM Kinder Roundup
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM Kinder Roundup
10:45 AM Senior Panoramic Picture
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM NJHS Induction Ceremony
4:00 PM - 11:00 PM Food Trucks for School Bucks
5:00 PM Junior High Softball vs Natalia