Welcome to Lytle Primary. Home of the littlest Pirates.
We endeavor to instill leadership in even our smallest learners.
Primary begins at 7:45am and releases at 3:15pm.
Early release is 12:30pm.
Kindergarten students visited the San Antonio Rodeo fairgrounds this past Wednesday. They learned about agriculture through presenters and various animal exhibits. Students had a blast with lots of hands-on learning! They were able to see where milk comes from, throw a lasso, pet horses, sheep, goats and more! It was a great day to be a pirate!
Last Friday, 17 Lytle ISD educators received news that their innovative grant ideas are getting funded by the Lytle Education Foundation (LEF). Ten innovative grant applications were awarded a grand total of $6,946! Our amazing friends who run the LEF help us bring rich learning and engagement to our classrooms and campuses. We are so thankful for our hard-working LEF board members, the generosity of community donors, those who attend the annual LEF Golf Tourney, and all in our district family who wear their LEF shirts with pride on Mondays. You make good things happen for our Lytle students!
I’m so proud to share with you the Primary’s latest video created by Ms. Felty, along with footage provided by our teachers. Each one of us knows the importance of teaching our kids about kindness and treating each other with respect. Our world definitely needs a little more kindness and I’m proud to be part of a district that cares about who a child becomes just as much as what they know.
Yesterday our 1st grade students had the opportunity to take gifts to the RMYA (The Bridge) children’s shelter. This was part of their Give Back PBL where they collected coins for two weeks. With the help of all Lytle campuses, they raised $4,227! It was a great experience and a lifelong lesson about giving to others who are less fortunate. While we were there the children from the shelter listened to our kids sing Christmas songs, opened their gifts, and took our kids on a tour of where they live. They were very appreciative and excited for all that they were given. Thank you to everyone who donated and helped collect money to make this experience possible.
This morning a few of the High School Art students were able to spend some learning time with our Pre-K3 students at the Primary. As part of a PBL with the Pre-K3 students, the High School Art students were asked to design a cover for a learning book they would be developing over the next couple of months. Today the students were able to visit with the children and check out their progress on their books. Thank you, Mrs. Jass and Mrs. Navarro for giving the art students the opportunity to share in their projects!!!!! Also special thanks to Crystal Schott for coordinating everything!!