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  • PTECH stands for Pathways in Technology Early College High School

    Pathways in Technology Early College High Schools (P-TECH) is an open-enrollment program that provides students with work-based education. P-TECH programs:

    • Provide students grade 9 through 12 the opportunity to complete a course of study that combines high school and post-secondary courses.
    • Within six years, enable students to earn a high school diploma, an associate degree, a two-year post-secondary certificate or industry certification, and complete work-based training.
    • Allow students to gain work experience through an internship, apprenticeship, or other job training programs.
    • Partner with Texas Institutions of Higher Education (IHEs) and regional businesses and industries, giving students access to post-secondary education and workforce training opportunities.

    The Texas Education Agency (TEA) will collaborate with the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) and the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB) to develop and implement a plan for the P-TECH program that addresses:

    • Regional workforce needs.
    • Course credit transfer policies between IHEs.
    • Internships, apprenticeships, and other work-based education programs for P-TECH students

    Under the authority of the Texas Education Code and the Texas Administrative Code, the TEA developed a designation process for the P-TECH program.  This designation process ensures that public school districts and charter schools operating P-TECH campuses maintain the integrity of the model.

    Texas is home to 34 designated P-TECH Schools and Lytle ISD is one of 28 planning campuses for the 2018-2019 school year.

    For more information on PTECH Grants go to:

    For specific documentation related to Lytle ISD's PTECH grant go to:


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  • Student Cell Phone Policy Enforcement

    Dear Parents,


    As the school year's final semester gets ready to end, we are finding that an increasing number of school-issued electronic devices are not being brought to school, charged and ready for use in the classroom. To offset the lack of school-issued devices in the classroom, teachers have been allowing students to use their phones to complete assignments. Unfortunately, cell phone usage has extended beyond completing classwork and has caused a disruption of the educational process. As a result, the cell phone policy, as found in the student handbook, will be enforced beginning in January. The policy states that cell phones can only be used before and after school, as well as during lunch.


    For those students and parents that have been diligent in ensuring their child brings their school-issued device to school daily, we would like to thank you. For the students that have not brought their devices to school regularly, we ask parents to assist us by reminding your child to charge them over the break and have them ready to use them at school in January.


    Please feel free to contact me at 830-709-5105, if you have additional questions.


    Thank you,

    Loretta Zavala, Lytle High School Principal

     Letter to parents from Loretta Zavala

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  • 1-16-2018 JV Boys Beat Rival Natalia Mustangs

    Last night, January 15th, the JV boys' basketball team traveled to Natalia to face the Mustangs in our second district game of the season. After getting off to a great start we struggled defensively and discipline wise in the 2nd and 3rdquarters thus I had to turn to my bench to try and give us a spark. These boys did just that and I was extremely proud of their effort as they played the majority of the second half and led us to a 46-28 victory.

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  • 1-14-2018 Varsity Boys Basketball vs. Cotulla

    This past Friday, January 11th, the Pirates hosted the Cotulla Cowboys and the atmosphere was electric after the JV riled up the Cotulla crowd with a thrilling victory. The tone was now set for the varsity game. The boys knew that this game would not be a walk in the park. It was time to show the district who the real Pirates are this season and why we are state ranked.

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  • 1-14-2018 JV Boys Basketball Beat Cotulla

    Friday, January 11th, in a very competitive and hostile environment your JV boys' basketball team battled back from a 9-point deficit to beat the Cowboys of Cotulla. With a great 4th quarter defense, we outscored the Cowboys by 17 points and secured a 70-56 runaway win. 

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  • 1-14-2018 Freshman Boys Basketball vs. Cotulla

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  • 12-10-2018 Varsity Boys Basketball vs. Texas Military Institute

    This past Friday your Pirates traveled to TMI HS to face the Panthers for the second time this season. The game started out rough for the pirates with foul trouble and inconsistency on the offensive end. Our defense kept us in the first half but trailed 22-20 at the end of the second quarter. The second half, however, was a completely different story. The Pirates woke up and put on it TMI the rest of the game by scoring 48 points in the second half to TMI's 12 points. The Pirates won 67-34 over TMI.

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