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  • 7-14-2022 Lieutenant Donny R. Whitaker the Medina County Sheriff’s Office provides emergency response training for all Lytle staff.

    In early July, staff from the Operations, Information Technology, Special Education and Central Office completed three hours of emergency response training with Lieutenant Donny R. Whitaker the Medina County Sheriff’s Office.

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  • 5-6-2022 Wonderful Staff and Teacher Appreciation Week!

    Thank you to our campus and district leaders and administrators AND ALL who made sure everyone who works for our district felt appreciated for their part in our many successes.

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  • 5-3-2022 May is Better Speech and Hearing Month

    Each May, Better Hearing & Speech Month (BHSM) provides an opportunity to raise awareness about communication disorders and the role of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists in both the school and health care settings. 

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  • 4-29-2022 Future MLB Hall of Famers!

    They did it again! The Junior High Baseball team went out and showed why they are special and everything a coach lives for!  

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  • 4-25-2022 The Sandlot Boys!

    Coach Bippert and I are old and, well I guess I will say experienced. However, we get a shot of youth and excitement every time we are around the Junior High baseball team! It's like watching “The Sandlot” every day.  

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  • 4-24-2022 Junior High Softball Recap

    These girls have continued to work hard and improve throughout their short season. Last Thursday, April 21, 2022, they traveled to Natalia, and 7th Grade defeated the Mustangs 10-7, a significant improvement over their showing from a few weeks before. 8th Grade fell 4-3, but played with incredible energy. 

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  • 4-19-2022 Junior High Baseball Picks Up 2 Wins in Pearsall!

    ytle Junior High baseball chalked up 2 more wins last night in Pearsall. This group of Junior High baseball players continues to impress us with their tenacity and grit. They are fun to watch. 

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  • 4-12-2022 Both Junior High Baseball Teams Win Natalia Tournament

    Junior High Lytle Pirates kicked off its season this past weekend, April 9, 2022, at the Natalia Tournament. Both 7th and 8th Grade teams left as Champions of the Natalia Tournament. 

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  • 4-11-2022 City of Lytle Renames ‘Easy Street’ to ‘Ruiz-Foster Way’ for Two Respected Coaches

    On Friday, April 8, 2022, at the intersection Easy St. and Laredo St. in front of Lytle ISD’s Walter H. Joyce, Jr. Stadium, a crowd of more than 100 people gathered to honor and celebrate two Lytle ISD coaches, Hadley Foster and Gilbert Ruiz. In a brief ceremony, the City of Lytle renamed Easy Street, to now be called Foster-Ruiz Way.

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  • 4-1-2022 Lytle Athletic Director Lori Wilson Featured in MySA!

    On March 25, 2022, Lytle Athletic Director Lori Wilson was featured in this digital news article on MySA, These Hill Country women are leaving their mark on San Antonio-area athletics. The article, written by a sports journalist Gabriel Romero is excerpted below. We are so proud of all the enrichment and success Coach Wilson has brought to Lytle and our sports programs here. She is a blessing to so many students.

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  • 3-29-2022 7th and 8th Grade Girls Track at Poth

    On Friday, March 25, 2022, the 7th and 8th Grade girls traveled to Poth for their last Meet of the season. The girls met up against 7 other teams, some that we had not seen at another Track Meet. The girls did a fantastic job this season and our last Meet showed the improvement that they have made this year. 

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  • 3-28-2022 Junior High District Track Meet

    This past Friday, March 25, 2022, the Junior High Pirates traveled to Poth, for their final and biggest Meet of the season! All season long the boys have made growth, both physically and mentally. They have learned how to overcome adversity by pushing through tough races or having to out-jump or out-throw their competitors; all the past Meets have led up to this District Meet.  

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  • 3-28-2022 Lessons from the Rings - Junior High District Edition

    The Junior High completed their track season at Poth on Friday, March 24, 2022. Junior High seasons begin and then they are over just as we begin to peak. It was a successful day for the Lytle throwers, having top six throwers represented by Lytle in six of the eight events. 

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  • 3-25-2022 National Junior Honor Society

    On Wednesday March 9, 2022, 34 students were inducted into the Lytle Junior High Chapter of the National Junior Honor Society. This was the first year the induction ceremony was held the traditional way and we are proud of these hard-working students. These students are not only leaders academically, but they are also involved in many extra-curricular activities, such as: UIL athletic teams, band and academic events, robotics, FFA, and student council. 

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  • 3-11-2022 Lessons from the Rings - Dilley Edition

    On Wednesday, March 9, 2022, the High School team traveled to Dilley. It was a perfect day to throw from the boys' rings. There was a slight breeze coming into the Rings which if thrown right would allow the discus to fly. The Junior Varsity boys started in the discus rings. I have five wonderful Freshmen, my fabulous five, that have moved up with me from the Junior High.

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  • 3-7-2022 7th and 8th Grade Girls Track Meet at Poth Meet

    This past Friday, March 4, 2022, the Lady Pirates went to the Poth Relays. The 7th Grade girls are starting to get the hang of how a Track Meet works, and the 8th Grade girls are starting to settle a remember from last year. The 7th Grade girls finished 6th overall but we had some great running. The 8th Grade girls did a great job and finished the Meet in 2nd place. Below are the results of our night. A special shout out to Mrs. Reyna! Coach Bohl was out and Mrs. Reyna was so gracious to travel with the team and help with the girls. 

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  • 3-7-2022 Junior High Boys Track at Poth Meet

    This past Friday, March 4, 2022, the Junior High Pirates traveled out to Poth, to compete in the Poth Invitational Relays! Out of 8 competing schools, the 7th Grade boys finished, placing 4th overall, and the 8th Grade boys came in a strong 2nd place for the evening.

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  • 3-7-2022 Lessons from the Rings - Poth Edition

    This week both the High School and Junior High Track teams competed at Poth. On Thursday, March 3, 2022, the High School traveled to Poth to compete against the two teams in our District that we will throw against in the District Meet in April. It will be our only time to see them in competition until April.

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  • 3-3-2022 Pirate Bands are SUPERIOR!

    The High School Band performed on Wednesday afternoon, and also earned a Superior rating from all 3 judges in the Concert portion, AND all 3 judges in Sight Reading.  Earning a 1st division rating in both Concert and Sight Reading, coupled with the 1st division rating that the Pirate Band earned at the UIL Marching Competition in October qualifies the Pirate Band for a Sweepstakes award as well!  This is the 4th consecutive Sweepstakes award for the Pirate Band, and this is the first time in the history of Lytle ISD that both the JH Band and the HS Band have earned perfect scores from the UIL judges! 

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  • 3-2-2022 Please watch! Junior High History Day 2021

    Junior High teacher, Mr. Jarrod Cavazos organizes an experience for Junior High students that engages all of the senses, and brings cool bits of the past right into our present-day school yard. Take a look at this list of Living Historian Exhibitors who made the 8th Annual History Day a reality for our students. We have Lytle community members who present as living historians as well as our own Lytle teachers like Mrs. Woodruff, Dr. McQuilkin and Coach Foster. Watch the video to get your own peak into our vibrant past!  

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