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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  • "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."

    -Hadley Foster

Our Stories

  • 4-30-2019 6th Annual Student Showcase 2019

    I would like to thank the teachers who guided their students in creating amazing video commercials that promoted their booth exhibits as well as created excitement in the week leading to this year's showcase. We had a total of 6 student-produced video commercials, and they garnered quite a bit of attention!

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  • 4-23-2019 Blues Band Performs and Educates During Lunchtime Jam Session at Lytle High School

    Lytle's Skull Studios digital media club proudly hosted Neesie and the Tin Can Trio for a lunchtime jam session in the foyer area of the high school. Students and staff from the High School, Junior High, and Central Office celebrated MUSIC in SCHOOLS with an authentic, entertaining and educational blues band performance. The San Antonio Blues Society made this wonderful experience possible through their "Blues in the Schools" program which brings the music to the community via the local school system.

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  • 4-23-2019 Toyota Donates Electric Car to Lytle High School!

    Lytle students are building this car to compete in the Alamo City Electrathon. A HUGE thank you to Toyota for donating this Aerocoupe Electric car kit. The ACE Race is May 23, 2019. Can you help us be race ready? We are looking for volunteers who know how to build, mentor, and have car expertise. If you want to help, call Lytle High School at 830-709-5101 and ask for Electrathon Team Adviser Donelle Harris.

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  • 4-17-2019 Lessons from the Rings - Area Edition Finale

    There is little joy in Mudville or Lytle for me, today, the end of any season is bittersweet. During the Cross Country season, we walked off with 3 district titles, the 8th grade ladies won the tournament yet yesterday we had the opportunity yet we failed to advance.

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  • 4-9-2019 Preparing for 2019 Lytle ISD Student Showcase

    It's an exciting time for our students, staff, and community, so I wanted to share last year's highlight video so we can remember, reflect, and plan to make this 6th annual event even better. If you are beginning to prep student presenters for booths, this video can help them - or new staff members - who haven't experienced our showcase before. It's inspiring to see the crowds of people who come out and all the opportunity we have to show our Pirate Pride in the work we design for our kids, and the work they persistently complete - often exceeding expectations. Most of all, this is our time to really celebrate all the hard work and accomplishment of the 2018-19 school year.

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