Hello Lytle ISD Parents and Guardians, We need your input on Lytle ISD College and Career Readiness Program offerings. Please take just a minute or so to fill out this Lytle ISD College and Career Survey, which could help the district to acquire grant funding, as well as provide community input on what areas to expand our existing course offerings for students. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/LytleISDCCSurvey
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.
It has been one crazy year, especially in the athletic department; however, our student trainers made sure that our athletes were taking care of and following COVID-19 mitigation rules at the same time. Trust me when I say, trying to balance all of that is pretty strenuous but our student trainers prevailed!
JC Hernandez finished his athletic career at Lytle HS last night at the biggest stage, the UIL State Track Meet. He finished 5th in the State in the 1600m run with a Personal Best of 4:31.47.
Junior High teacher, Mrs. Tammy McDonald is the type of teacher who loves to explore innovative instructional practices such as blended learning, flexible seating, project-based learning, and enhanced technology integration. She had a vision for what her classroom would look like with new furniture, seating, and technology options that allowed her students to move, interact, explore and collaborate with more energy and enthusiasm. Because of this, Lytle ISD selected her as one of ten winners of our 2020 Innovative Classroom Grant Award. She had $10,000 to fund her dream classroom.
Our district values our employees for their loyalty to our school community. We have many Pirate Family members who completed 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, and even 30 years of service at the end of LAST YEAR, the 2019-2020 school year. Due to COVID protocols we were not able to honor this group during Convocation, as we normally would. To end a very special Staff/Teacher Appreciation week, we ask you to spend a few minutes today watching this Virtual Service Pin Ceremony Video. We are excited to recognize milestone years of service with a special pin. The rest of our Pirate Family can make this day even more special by sending an email or stopping by to see these folks to say, "Thank you for your service!"
At the end of the 19th century, “The Lady with the Lamp”, or as she is more commonly known, Florence Nightingale, founded modern nursing. Thanks to her strict use of hand-washing and hygiene practices while caring for wounded soldiers in the Crimean War, Nightingale and her helpers reduced the death rate from 42% to 2%, ushering in nursing as we know it today. On May 6, we recognize the important role nurses play in our lives by celebrating National Nurses Day. In celebration of National Nurses Day, May 6th, thank you to all our District nurses for the incredible impact you have on keeping us healthy.
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7:00 PM - 10:00 PM Junior/Senior Prom
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM Blood Drive
6:00 PM Board Meeting