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  • Welcome Dr. Dustin Breithaupt, Lytle ISD Assistant Superintendent!

    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.

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  • Lytle ISD District of Innovation 3-5-2021

    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 laura.center@lytleisd.org.

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  • 3-3-2021 LISD Continues to follow guidelines in the LISD Pirate Health and Safety Plan - masks, shields, and distancing required at school

    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.

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  • Texas Public Schools COVID-19 Data

    Public schools are required to report positive COVID-19 cases on school campuses. This data will be updated weekly on Thursdays.

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  • Lytle ISD COVID-19 Self-Screener Tool

    This Self-Screener should be used daily to screen symptoms that indicate a possible COVID-19 infection. STUDENTS or STAFF experiencing ANY OF THESE should NOT be at school.

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  • Lytle ISD Student Process Map

    This process map identifies several scenarios for a student exposure to someone with COVID-19, or a student experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, and shows the action steps that a parent and school staff will take.

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  • Pirate Back To School Health and Safety Plan 2020-2021

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Our Stories

  • 4-15-2021 Pirate Tennis Earns Another Spot at Regionals

    Yesterday, April 14th, the tennis team returned to Jourdanton for the last day of the District Tournament. The highlight of the day was a match up for the District 2nd place medal and a bid to the Regional Tournament. The 2nd place match was a battle between two Pirates, Zachary Bradshaw and Kyle Mueller and did they put on a great performance with one big shot after another and both boys playing their hearts out. In the end, Zachary pulled out the victory in a hard fought 3 set match 6-4, 2-6, 6-2, earning his spot for Regionals. Kyle will also attend Regionals as an alternate for his 3rd place finish.

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  • 4-15-2021 Lessons from the Rings - Area Edition

    We began the day with the ladies in the Discus ring. The Poth rings are opposite of Jourdanton’s rings. I can see every shot put throw and discus throw from one spot. Noelia Medina began her contest with her Personal Best throw of 108’4”. This throw gave her such joy. Alex was throwing coming in as the second-best thrower. She threw 94’ but she just seemed to be thinking too much about each step in the throw. When we rearranged the throwers, she was in sixth place. She threw a 100’10” throw which put her in Regional contention but then a Halletsville lady threw 103’. In Alex’s last throw she needed 105’ to advance, however, she came up short.

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  • 4-15-2021 Area Track Meet District 27-28

    The Varsity Boys’ Track team competed at the Area Track meet yesterday, Wednesday 14th of April, placing 4th overall out of 15 teams beating every team from our District!

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  • 4-14-2021 Lady Pirate Track at Area Meet

    The Lady Pirate Track Team traveled to Poth for their District 27/28 Area Meet, April 14th. The girls started out slow but picked up steam as the Meet carried on and finished 3rd out of 16 teams, and lost by 1/2 a point to 2nd place Poth. Seven of the eight girls will continue on to Regionals next Friday, April 23rd and Saturday, April 24th in Converse at Judson High School.

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  • 4-14-2021 Baseball Results vs Jourdanton

    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!

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