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!
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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."
5-7-2021 Congratulate Mrs. Tammy McDonald, 2020-2021 Winner of a Lytle ISD Innovative Classroom Grant!
Junior High teacher, Mrs. Tammy McDonald is the type of teacher who loves to explore innovative instructional practices such as blended learning, flexible seating, project-based learning, and enhanced technology integration. She had a vision for what her classroom would look like with new furniture, seating, and technology options that allowed her students to move, interact, explore and collaborate with more energy and enthusiasm. Because of this, Lytle ISD selected her as one of ten winners of our 2020 Innovative Classroom Grant Award. She had $10,000 to fund her dream classroom.
4-27-2021 Congratulate Mr. Frank Hernandez, 2020-2021 Winner of a Lytle ISD Innovative Classroom Grant!
Frank Hernandez is the type of teacher who loves to explore innovative instructional practices such as blended learning, flexible seating, project-based learning, and enhanced technology integration. He had a vision for what his classroom would look like with new furniture, seating, and technology options that allowed his students to move, interact, explore and collaborate with more energy and enthusiasm.
As I mentioned to you back in March, TWO of our documentary films made it to the TOP SIX in the state of Texas UIL Young Filmmakers Contest. While neither film placed in the top three, I am so proud that Lytle High School has made 5 returns to the State TOP SIX competition in the 8 years the contest has existed. I want to thank Mr. Robert Mumme for his insight and planning that got a large group of video students out to Fort Clark Springs Days in the week before the pandemic hit. Also, thanks to Mr. Andrew Oser who stepped in as UIL Coach/Advisor to make sure both of our film teams got the job done as he provided guidance, encouragement, and insight along the way.
This Spring Break-FAST recipe card project, designed by HART Ambassador Kylie Mask, and how-to video produced by Skull Studios students, is a great example of a public service/awareness campaign that uses the practical application of shared recipe cards to get out a bigger message. From a career readiness standpoint, Marketing and Communications Industry professionals are sought out and PAID to design, pitch, create and rollout campaigns just like this! All the recipe cards featured this week will be available to staff and students in printed recipe card format FREE to take home. Look for them in pocket-posters on the wall outside campus cafeterias when we get back to school next week.
This recipe card project, designed by HART Ambassador Kylie Mask, and how-to video produced by Skull Studios students, will help you make a healthy breakfast for yourself and/or family during Spring Break! Healthy Avocado Toast is delicious and might just fill the gap while we are out of school and don't have access to the yummy meals provided by our Pirate Child Nutrition staff. If you have a little free time, don't forget to express your thanks to Director Amie Carrillo and her child nutrition staff who feed our campuses so well!