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  • 3-3-2023 Junior High Track at Bandera Meet

    This past Wednesday, March 1, 2023, the 7th Grade boys went out to the Cowboy Capital of Texas in Bandera to compete in the Junior High Track Meet. We got to see some different competition this week and the boys did not shy away from it!

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  • 2-26-2023 Junior High Region Band

    On January 14, 2023, ten students earned a place in our Region 11 Junior High All-Region Band. This past Saturday, February 25, 2023, we traveled to Carrizo Springs where students practiced for 6 hours to put on an amazing concert for family and fellow band directors. Mr. Lopez and I had a great day with our students.

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  • 02-23-2023 Lessons from the Rings - Natalia Relays

    Last Thursday, February 16, 2023, the Junior High began their season at Jourdanton. It was the beginning and, having a short time to work with the lads and ladies, we did well. On the girls' side, I have a couple of ladies who did not throw because they only came out this week and these athletes should improve how we did on their side.

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  • 02-23-2023 Junior High Girls at Natalia Ribbon Meet

    The Lytle Junior High Lady Pirates Track and Field team competed in the Natalia Relays last Thursday, February 16, 2023. It was a pleasure to see the Junior High girls back on the oval, in the pits, and in rings. Especially the 7th Grade girls competing for the first time in an organized Track and Field Meet, ever. The girls displayed spectacular performances across the board with their efforts.

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  • 2-17-2023 7th Grade Track at Natalia Ribbon Relay

    If you weren't able to make it over to the chilly Jourdanton stadium last night, February 16, 2023, then you missed a stellar performance by, not only your 7th Grade boys, but all of the Junior High athletes. With a change in location and a drop in temperature, the 7th Grade boys were still able to stay focused on their job at hand. The boys had multiple top finishes across the board in all events last night.

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  • 2-7-2023 Junior High Girls Basketball vs Crystal City

    On last Monday, January 30, 2023, the Junior High Girls faced off with Crystal City in their last game of the season. These girls have improved so much this season and we are so proud of the growth that they showed. 

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  • 1-31-2023 8th Grade Boys Basketball Undefeated Season

    Last night, January 30, 2023, we traveled to the most hostile, competitive, and exciting environment I have ever seen for a Junior High match-up. I guess an undefeated season and the District title on the line had something to do with that. 

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  • 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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  • 1-27-2023 7th Grade Boys Basketball vs Hondo Owls

    Last night, January 26, 2023, was the boys' final home game, and let me tell you, if you were not in attendance, then I'm sorry to say you missed what was the games of the year! 

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  • 1-27-2023 Junior High Girls Basketball vs Hondo

    Last night, January 26, 2023, the Junior High Lady Pirates went to Hondo to take on the Owls. We knew that this would be a challenge because the girls had been testing for two days and they were tired. We could see it on their faces. The girls definitely fought some hard physical games and while we were not all victorious, everyone pushed through and gave us everything they had. 

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  • 1-27-2023 8th Grade Boys Defeat Hondo Owls

    The 8th Grade boys are fundamentally sound. They work hard every day! These boys never worry about the scoreboard because the scoreboard has taken care of itself. These boys have put their best effort and concentration into practice and games every day and I couldn’t be prouder. 

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  • 1-26-2023 TEA Visits Lytle ISD

    On Tuesday, January 24, 2023, 20+ senior level administrators from TEA, CEN and ESC-20 spent a full day visiting classrooms across Lytle and talking with teachers, coaches and administrators regarding our implementation of high-quality instructional materials (HQIM) on each campus. And…WOW 

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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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  • 1-23-2023 Junior High Girls Basketball Recap

    With two games left in our season the Junior High girls have been working hard to get better. On January 12, 2023, the girls drove to Cotulla to meet the Cowgirls for the second time. 

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  • 1-20-2023 7th Grade Boys Basketball at Dilley

    Last evening, January 19, 2023, the 7th Grade Pirates travelled down to face off against the Dilley Wolves. It was a tale of two teams.  

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  • 1-20-2023 8th Grade Boys Basketball at Dilley

    On Thursday, January 19, 2023, the Junior High Boys basketball played the most complete basketball game played all year! The 8th Grade B-Team, led by the Awesomeness that the “Jop Shop” is, started things off the right way with a 30-9 victory. The team came out a little sluggish, but turned it on when it counted, and was led in scoring by Dwayne “The Rock” Reed and Jaden "Buckets" Castro, both with 12 points.  

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