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I wanted to share the following information as I am very proud of our operations department. Last night the operation department was recognized by the Lytle VFW and awarded the community service award for our service to the school and community. Mr. Larry Sanders is the chief of the Lytle VFW and he asked me to select four members of the operations department to be recognized by the Lytle VFW, this was not an easy task as all operations staff members are deserving. Please see the attachment for a picture of the honorees and see the information below regarding how important these members of our operations department are to me and our schools. I would have liked to take and have had the entire operations department recognized. However, I couldn’t sneak sixty-four staff members in the door. Maybe next year. This being said, all of my operations staff members from the mechanics, bus aides, and custodians are very important to me and do amazing things for our schools, staff, and students every day. It is my pleasure and honor to be their director and serve Lytle ISD. If you happen to see any of our operations guys and gals around, please pat them on the back and say thank you for what they do.
KSAT reporter Jake Kobersky put together a really good story highlighting the work of Coach Hernandez and the success of our Pirate boys basketball team. It aired Sunday night around 11:35 pm, so if you were already sleeping, here's your second chance to be super proud:
Lytle ISD is blessed to have a very talented, hard-working grounds and maintenance staff. They take great pride in their work and makes our campuses beautiful, safe, and comfortable or students, staff, and visitors. This video features the landscape design and installation work of Lytle employee Tony Lopez. He is a true artist.
Amelia Orta, or Frances as some of us know her, retires after 21 years of service. Not only did she drive a bus, she delivered the mail daily and also served as an occasional custodian and painter. She will be missed.
Yesterday was our Grand Opening for the Pirates Clothes Closet. We had a great turnout. Many families came to get needed items. Though the community is benefitting, our Life Skills students that helped organize and assist are the ones that gained the most from this experience. The Closet will continue to be operated by our students and open weekly on Tuesdays from 9-2:00. If you know of anyone that is in need of clothing, please contact your campus counselor or the Special Education Department.