Pirate Parent Questions & Answers Regarding Remote and In-Person Instruction for the 2020-2021 School Year

  • The questions and answers provided here were submitted by parents during the August 11, 2020 Town Hall Meeting to discuss remote instruction. We are still receiving questions and answering them as quickly as possible. Please be patient as some questions take a little longer to answer thoroughly. Parents who have questions that are not addressed here may send an email to remotelearning@lytleisd.org or contact their campus.


Parent Choice in Instruction (remote or in-person)

Student Schedules

Addressing the "COVID Slide”

Athletics and Extracurricular Activities

  • What sports, clubs, and other extracurricular activities will be available during this pandemic?

    All sports are being offered by Lytle Athletics as long as the guidelines and UIL does not change and says we have to pause. Junior High athletic practices will not begin until face-to-face instruction begins for Lytle LISD students, September 8, 2020. At that time, Junior High practices will start along with the seasons. Each season may be shorter with reduced capacity in the stands for spectators. Students may participate in Athletics whether they choose remote or in-person instruction. Transportation will be your responsibility for practices. Clubs and other extracurricular activities at all campuses will be communicated by the teacher sponsors and all students will have opportunities to participate in-person and remotely. For participation in events/activities/practices in-person, transportation to and from the school club activity is the responsibility of the parent.

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  • For those students doing remote learning and playing sports will they need to attend normal athletic period and practice times?

    Yes. They must report to the athletic period and practice then they return home.

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  • How is the limited spectator capacity for athletic events regulated?

    Spectator capacity is at 50% right now. Spectators must have a ticket to enter an event. This means tickets must be reserved/purchased in advance and limited numbers will be available. No ticket, no entry to the event. Schools can decide to lower that 50% capacity if they feel that is needed for safety. Each game could possibly change and some schools are not allowing spectators at all. Please check www.lytleisd.org District Calendar for game information, spectator capacity, ticket purchase/reservation options and livestream links.

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Remote Learning

Student Devices

Student Safety


Student Meals