Lytle ISD Board of Trustees


LeeAnna Mask, President

LeeAnna Mask, Board President, SMD 4
    • SMD 4
    • 2020-2023

Mae Flores, Secretary

Mae Flores, Trustee, SMD 1
    • SMD 1
    • 2022 - 2025

Bobby Sollock, Trustee

Bobby Sollock, Trustee, SMD 3
    • SMD 3
    • 2020 - 2023

Reagan Wagner, Trustee

Reagan Wagner, Trustee, SMD 6
    • SMD 6
    • 2022 - 2025

Bobby Duty, Trustee

Bobby Duty, Trustee, SMD 5
    • SMD 5
    • 2022 - 2023

Alan Brown, Trustee

Alan Brown, Trustee, SMD 7
    • SMD 7
    • 2022 - 2025

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Our Stories

  • 1-30-2023 Board of Trustees Recognizes 2022 Fall Sports and Band Student Achievements

    On Thursday evening, January 26, 2023, the Lytle Board of Trustees held a special event to recognize the achievements of our students in fall sports and band. Superintendent Michelle Carroll Smith and Board of Trustees President LeeAnna Mask welcomed students, their families, staff and community members to the program. Says Mrs. Mask, "We are going to start by recognizing all those who make these students' remarkable achievements possible. The parents, the teachers, the administrators, coaches and band directors - all of you worked hard to be a part of the achievements we celebrate tonight." 

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  • 1-26-2023 January is Board Appreciation Month!

    At Monday night's January Board of Trustees meeting, January 23, 2023, our campus principals, Athletics, Special Education Department and all of our Lytle Leadership team took a few minutes to show-and-tell our Board Members how much we appreciate their guidance and support for our Lytle schools.

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  • 10-17-2022 Lytle ISD's First C-BAS Annual Review of Pillars Magazine!

    We are excited to provide our staff and community with the first publication of its kind at Lytle ISD - The 2022 Lytle ISD Annual Review of Pillars.

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  • 1-27-2022 Lytle ISD Thanks our School Board Trustees!

    At the last School Board meeting on Tuesday, January 18, 2022, Lytle staff, students, and community members worked together to show our School Board Trustees just how much they mean to us and our district. The evening started with an early formal dinner served by Chef Stewart's and Micah Berchelmann's culinary students.

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  • 2-5-2021 Lytle ISD Appreciates Their Board of Directors

    Thank you, to our Lytle ISD Board of Trustees! These pros work together tirelessly to guide our district's vision and success. Collectively, their years of service to our schools and community will amount to 43 years in May 2021! District staff members share their thoughts and gratitude.

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  • Lytle ISD Bond Updates - January 2020

    Once again, Lytle staff and students humbly thank our community of voters who passed the Lytle ISD 2019 Bond. Take a look at this January 2020 update presentation to see details on how how the bond projects are helping us to put needed safety and security measures into place. You'll also see timelines and plans for construction, repair, and equipment replacement projects that are in various stages of completion. Thank you for all the support you have shown our schools! Watch this video on YouTube: https://youtu.be/ujFlzr0Lsl0

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  •  Lytle Board of Trustee, SMD 2 Anthony Reyna

    9-18-2019 Lytle ISD Board of Trustee Spotlight - Anthony Reyna

    Please take a few minutes to watch this video about one of our Lytle ISD Board of Trustees, Mr. Anthony Reyna. The video was edited by Lytle students, Jason Chavira, an extremely talented video editor, and Jace Harris, who skillfully created the graphics animation and sound design. It's a great example of student skills combined with a wonderful story to tell about our Pirate culture.

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  •  Maria Frie, Lytle ISD Board Trustee

    Thank you for your service, Maria Frie, Lytle ISD Board Trustee!

    Thank you for your service, Maria Frie, Lytle ISD Board Trustee! Ms. Frie was elected in May 2017 and has served for 1 1/2 years. Ms. Frie’s son, John, is in first grade at Lytle Primary and her daughter, Iliana, is in third grade at Lytle Elementary. Her family moved to Lytle eight years ago. According to Ms. Frie, "Lytle has been an amazing town to raise my children. Serving on the Lytle ISD School Board has given me the opportunity to give back to our community." January is School Board Recognition month. Next time you see Ms. Frie, please thank her for giving so much to our community by serving our schools.

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  •  Oscar Jimenez, Lytle ISD Board Trustee

    Thank you for your service, Oscar Jimenez, Lytle ISD Board Trustee!

    Thank you for your service, Oscar Jimenez, Lytle ISD Board Trustee! Mr. Jimenez was elected in May 2016 and has served for 2 1/2 years. He has 3 children who are proud graduates of Lytle ISD. Mr. Jimenez shares his thoughts, "Serving as an elected trustee I am conscientious of making well-rounded decisions as they relate to assembling, deciphering and applying policies that reflect the best interest of all students. I am also aware that decisions and policies executed today will ultimately make a difference for future generations." January is School Board Recognition month. Next time you see Mr. Jimenez, please thank him for sharing his expertise and time supporting our students, schools, and community.

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  •  Reagan Wagner, Lytle ISD Board Trustee

    Thank you for your service, Reagan Wagner, Lytle ISD Board Trustee!

    Thank you for your service, Reagan Wagner, Lytle ISD Board Trustee! Mr. Wagner has served on the Lytle ISD School Board for 8 1/2 years. Elected in May 2016, he currently serves as Secretary. He served two prior terms: May 2006 - 2009, and May 2003 - 2006. In addition to being a Lytle graduate himself, he has three children who attend Lytle schools - each at a different campus this year. His father, Robert Wagner, is a former school board member, and his mother is a well-respected former educator for the district who retired two years ago. Says Wagner, "I believe it’s important to serve your community in some way. Serving on Lytle’s School Board allows me to serve our youth. This has both short term and long term impact - for them and our community. Next time you see Mr. Wagner, tell him thanks for the wonderful support he shows our community.

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  •  Mae Flores, Lytle ISD Board Trustee

    Thank you for your service, Mae Flores, Lytle ISD Board Trustee!

    Thank you for your service, Mae Flores, Lytle ISD Board Trustee! Ms. Flores was elected in May 2016 and has served for 2 1/2 years. Her son Israel attended Lytle schools and graduated in 2016. Ms. Flores is active in Lytle’s church community and felt called to serve our local students. Mae explains, "I love serving my community as a school board member. It is a great opportunity to love, help and support our children as well as their whole family. A great school will always better a community and consequently our future. We make decisions that impact our teachers, and our children and influence their lives, not only today but I believe for life." January is School Board Recognition month! Please thank Ms. Flores for all the support she gives our community!

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  •  Anthony Reyna, Lytle ISD Board of Trustee.

    Thank you for your service, Anthony Reyna, Lytle ISD Board Trustee!

    Thank you for your service, Anthony Reyna, Lytle ISD Board Trustee! Mr. Reyna was elected in May 2018. His father, Ruben S. Reyna, proudly served as a trustee for 12 years. Mr. Reyna attended Lytle Elementary, Lytle Junior High and graduated from Lytle High School. His stepdaughter and stepson attend Lytle schools. His 2-year-old daughter will also be a Lytle Pirate. According to Mr. Reyna, "I can't think of a better way to give back to my community than to proudly serve as a board trustee and support the needs of our students." January is School Board Recognition month! Please thank Mr. Reyna for all the support he gives our community!

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  •  Mrs. Smith during Kens 5 interview.

    8-14-2018 State’s Accountability System Fails to Provide Accurate and Actionable Information

    School districts, communities, and parents all want true accountability for their children's education, but the current accountability system fails to provide these stakeholders with accurate and actionable information. Read the full text of this letter to local newspaper editors written by Lytle ISD Superintendent Michelle Carroll Smith. After publishing her response on our website and FaceBook, local TV station KENS 5 interviewed Smith and ran this story on the issues surrounding A-F ratings for public schools.

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  • 7-20-2015 Trustees approve to allow 6th-12th grade transfer students for 2015-2016

    Lytle ISD Board of Trustees approved a measure in their July meeting to officially allow transfers of students into Lytle Junior High and Lytle High School for students in the 6th-12th grades that do not currently live in the Lytle ISD attendance zone. Applications may be picked up from Lytle ISD Central Office beginning on August 3rd.

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  • 5-14-2015 Board of Trustees Election Update**

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  • 2-23-2015 Lytle HS Enters OUR SCHOOL ROCKS Contest by TASB

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