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Coach Bryan Bippert teaches financial literacy classes at Lytle High School. He invites experts from Lytle State Bank who present financial workshops for students throughout the year. They engage students in learning about a variety of money matters - valuable preparation for post-graduate life.
School districts, communities, and parents all want true accountability for their children's education, but the current accountability system fails to provide these stakeholders with accurate and actionable information. Read the full text of this letter to local newspaper editors written by Lytle ISD Superintendent Michelle Carroll Smith. After publishing her response on our website and FaceBook, local TV station KENS 5 interviewed Smith and ran this story on the issues surrounding A-F ratings for public schools.
Dennis and Carol Calaway retire after a combined 46 years of service.
Augie Castro retires after 27 years of service. Augie could build or fix anything. His sense of humor will be missed.