The Lytle ISD Public Relations Department was created to encourage, develop, and maintain positive two-way communications between Lytle ISD and our employees, parents, and local community. Through website, digital, phone, social media, and area news organizations, we work to make sure our parents and community are informed of district and campus announcements and activities.
Student Public Relations and Digital Media Opportunities
The Advanced Media class offered at the High School during 2nd and 3rd periods gives students experience creating multimedia products with real-world applications. Students learn from the District Public Relations team as well as professionals in the industry to be journalists, photographers, video producers, graphics designers, and social media publishers. Students will create media products that showcase Lytle ISD events and stories.
Assignments and projects focus on increasing the communications and coverage of student, staff, academic, extracurricular, and community service activities across all Lytle campuses. Students receive elective credit for their contributions to media products and build their own digital portfolios that will open doors to future opportunities.
The Skull Studios Student Club is also availlable for students who are interested in building their digital and media skills. Skull Studios students are provided opportunities to meet, create, compete, and further explore careers in all media technology fields during lunch and before/after school.
Are you interested in taking the Advanced Media Class, or want to join the Skull Studios Student Club? There's one simple online application - fill it out and let's get you started experiencing one or both great programs!
Lorrianne Migura, Director
Dale Mather, Assistant
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"I was walking into Goliad's gym for lunch and Coach Hicks from George West stopped me and asked if I wrote Lessons from the Rings. He told me in his research to check on Lytle Throwers he found the articles put on the website. He really appreciated the write ups. Thanks to the 'Knowology Department' for putting this out there. It is way above my understanding of cyberspace."
Please watch this short video and join our district in thanking the Lytle VFW Post 12041 for their amazing gifts of time, donations, and support. Commander Larry Sanders is copied on this email, so if you would like to reply or send a personal a message of thanks for all our VFW does for our students, please feel free to do so.
11-18-2020 Giving thanks for NFA Wealth Management Strategic Financial Concepts for their support of Lytle schools.
Please watch this short video, and join our district in thanking NFA Wealth Management Strategic Financial Concepts for their amazing gifts of time, donations, and support. The Wagners are copied on this email, so if you would like to reply or send a personal a message of thanks for all they do for our students, please feel free to do so.
Please watch this short video, and join our district in thanking WCW Design Co. for their amazing gifts of time, donations, and support. Mr. Christopher Roberts is also on this email, so if you would like to reply with a message of thanks for their work with our students, and partnership with our P-Tech High School, please feel free to do so.
11-17-2020 Football, Cheerleader and Trainer Fatheads magically appear at stadium just in time for Homecoming!
Sometimes what appears to be magic is very hard work disguised by fun, engaging challenges. Good news can be hard to come by, and I'm late in sending this out, but I didn't want to miss the chance to recognize some of Mr. Mumme's Commercial Photo Students and my Advanced Media students who pulled a rabbit out of the hat for our Homecoming Football Game back in October. In just a matter of two days, students worked together to complete photography, designs, printing and hanging of 43 fatheads at the stadium. Many used their lunch time, after school time and ANY time they could squeeze in to finish a big job. I was so proud of their hard work and diligence that I took some photos and videos and they put this short video together that showcases their beautiful results. Of course, I can't let this note go out without recognizing our 'Wizard Behind the Curtain' Ms. Dale Mather. She was sweet-talking, cajoling, and waving her magic wand over our poster printer to make sure it wouldn't jam, overheat, or simply die on us. I even overheard her offer it cheesecake if it would keep spitting out our print jobs. The district is blessed to have her bubbly spirit working to keep our students successful.
We know the challenges and hurdles our teams and coaches have faced this year, and we have seen so much success for our students thanks to the hard work and diligence of our Lytle staff. We know how hard our band directors have worked to make sure the band brought their usual spirit and musical accompaniment to the football games. Now...It's time...Our Lytle High School Fighting Pirate Band performs at their FIRST CONTEST this year! They are ready to hit the field and impress the judges this Saturday, November 7, 4pm at the Rocket Review Marching Contest at D.W. Rutledge Stadium in Converse, TX. Skull Studios and Yearbook students will be there to get great coverage to share. But, for now, take a look at this video created by a team of band students (who are also Skull Studios students) that beautifully follows their challenging, learning journey to this weekend's big event. Enjoy!