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Welcome to Lytle Junior High School 

  • Welcome to Lytle Junior High! Our district is committed to a 21st Century vision of education and we encourage our students, staff, parents, and community to partner with us as we work towards preparing our learners for a successful life after graduation. Thank you for being a major part of our growth!

    — Michelle Carroll Smith, Lytle ISD Superintendent

    Lytle Junior High School

    Class begins at 8:45 am and releases at 4:15 pm

    Early release is 1:39 pm

    Full bell schedule

    Phone: 830-709-5115

     

     


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  • 4-30-2019 6th Annual Student Showcase 2019

    I would like to thank the teachers who guided their students in creating amazing video commercials that promoted their booth exhibits as well as created excitement in the week leading to this year's showcase. We had a total of 6 student-produced video commercials, and they garnered quite a bit of attention!

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  • 4-30-2019 Career Field Trip - Sea World San Antonio

    Yesterday, April 29th, a group of students in my College and Career Readiness class had the opportunity to do a behind the scenes tour of SeaWorld San Antonio. These students showed a special interest in Animal Careers and were able to get a first-hand look at what it takes to work at a place like SeaWorld. During the tour, our students were able to interact with the animals, feed them and pet them, and speak with animal trainers to understand the requirements of the job. Along the way, they learned about different jobs like animal training, aviculturist, animal curators, an aquarist, along with other careers in marketing and research.

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  • 4-9-2019 Preparing for 2019 Lytle ISD Student Showcase

    It's an exciting time for our students, staff, and community, so I wanted to share last year's highlight video so we can remember, reflect, and plan to make this 6th annual event even better. If you are beginning to prep student presenters for booths, this video can help them - or new staff members - who haven't experienced our showcase before. It's inspiring to see the crowds of people who come out and all the opportunity we have to show our Pirate Pride in the work we design for our kids, and the work they persistently complete - often exceeding expectations. Most of all, this is our time to really celebrate all the hard work and accomplishment of the 2018-19 school year.

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  • 4-4-2019 Lessons from the Rings - Junior High District

    The Junior High completed their season in track. I know both boys and girls sent out results but there are a couple of lessons learned in the rings. It is like Paul Harvey's the rest of the story. This meet was filled with just 15 throwers per division. We spent most of the season throwing against at least 30 throwers from schools from Medina Valley, Devine, and Hondo. When you are able to compete against tougher competition the district meet should be a meet we could excel. The throwers took three of the District titles in the discus rings and one shot put champion. Here is how they finished.

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  • 4-3-2019 Coach Robert McConathy Named New Head Football Coach and Boys Athletic Coordinator

    Lytle Athletic Department congratulates Robert McConathy who has been named our new Head Football Coach and Boys Athletic Coordinator at Lytle High School. Coach McConathy is a Lytle graduate and we are excited about him taking over the position. We know Coach McConathy will make the most of every opportunity presented to him. Go Pirates!!!

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