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Welcome to Lytle Elementary

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    At Lytle Elementary we endeavor to empower our young students to reach their greatest potential. 

    Lytle Elementary Elementary begins at 7:45 am and releases at 3:15 pm. 

    Early release is 12:30 pm.

    Phone: 830-709-5130


Our Stories

  • Lytle ISD Teachers Receive Message of Thanks from Parents

    This simple message organized by parents in our community and posted to Facebook means so much.

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  • 3-6-2020 Elementary Golf Club

    Yesterday, March 5th, the golf team was invited to visit the elementary golf club. It seems the golf club had a “shift change” so there were a bunch of new faces. The weather cooperated and we were able to go outside and see them “whack” the ball around. Many of those kiddos were very impressive. I hope to see them on the team in the near future. Shout out to Ms. Pritchard and all she’s doing with these wonderful “future” linksters.

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  • 2-11-2020 Thank you Golf Team

    This morning, our Golf Club had some incredible visitors! Thank you, Coach Martinez, John, Khye, Bryson, and Jace for coming to talk to our little golfers! They played with them and even gave them a Pirates golf ball to take home! What an awesome experience! Please come back soon! -Elementary Golf Club

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  • 2-7-2020 Elementary Good Things

    The Elementary would like to recognize students for being Leader In Me Habit winners this week and we have also had quite a few positive referral students in the past two weeks.

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  • 2-6-2020 Perfectly Paired Pirate Pen Pals

    Lytle Varsity Football players took on a special Pen Pal project with third grade students at Lytle Elementary. At Lytle ISD teachers at all levels find creative ways to inspire students to read and write more, and that includes head football coach, R.T. McConathy. Not only did hundreds of written letters go back and forth between campuses, but football players made weekly visits to the elementary to greet students as they arrived at school. Players would make the most of those visits by spending time with their third grade Pen Pals, playing learning games, and encouraging each other. The football players enjoyed being leaders and mentors, and the third graders got to know their Friday Night Lights heroes a little better. Watch the video to see and hear for yourself how all the students involved got TONS of writing practice in, and LOVED every minute of it.

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