Public Relations

  • 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.

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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

Lorrianne Migura, Director

Dale Mather, Assistant

Dale Mather, Assistant

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Our Stories

  • 2-15-2019 Junior High History Day 2018

    Mr. Jerrod Cavazos who works hard to bring history to life for our Lytle students. Junior High History Day has been going strong for six years straight. With displays of historically significant artifacts and knowledgeable living history actors, the interactive factor is blown out!

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  • 2-8-2019 Lytle Art Students Partner with Lytle State Bank to Design Purple Heart Parking Space

    On October 19, 2018, Lytle State Bank was proclaimed a Purple Heart Bank by Lytle VFW Post No. 12041 - the first bank to receive this distinction in the nation. The Lytle High School Art Club shared in this historic occasion by creating the Purple Heart Parking Space which was unveiled in a public ceremony on December 7th, 2018.

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  • 2-7-2019 Landscape Transformation at the High School

    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.

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  • 2-4-2019 UIL Young Filmmakers Contest - Top Contenders from Lytle High!

    I'm proud to report that Skull Studios Students submitted 3 films to the UIL Young Filmmakers contest in January, and two of the films are ranked in the top 27 in the state of Texas for Division 1 (1A-4A schools). To get an idea of what that means, there were 712 individual film entries this year spanning 3 categories for all 1A-6A schools.

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  • 1-28-2019 San Antonio Air Force Bases Welcome Lytle Students

    Air Force Lieutenant Colonels Andy Van De Walle and Matt Van De Walle recently gave Lytle students a tour of San Antonio Air Force Bases they won't soon forget. Watch this video to see their amazing day. I'm very proud that these two military men, Andy and Matt, are my brothers, and I thank them for giving us their day and enlisting the help of their colleagues to give Lytle students an awesome, interactive learning experience. Many thanks also go to Ms. Zavala for allowing our students to take this trip, and thank you, Ms. Minnie Jones, AFB Public Affairs officer, who made the arrangements for us to get through military security and climb into the C5s.

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