• The mission of the Lytle ISD Special Education Department is to provide supportive and challenging opportunities for individual successes so that all our students will become productive members of their communities.  Our goal is to design a quality program for students with special needs to obtain skills that will assist them in becoming self-sufficient and independent adults. 

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    Children from birth through age 22, who are blind and/or deaf, and children from 3 through 21 years of age with other disabilities are eligible for a free appropriate, public education. For more information call special education office at 830-709-5128. 

    Some of the support services we provide include Counseling Services, Occupational Therapy, Orientation and Mobility Services, Physical Therapy, Transportation, Assistive Technology and Adaptive Equipment, Psychological Services, Extended School Year, Information and Referral for Community Services, Speech Therapy, Inclusion, and Transition Services.


Special Education Staff

  • Robby Pierce, Director

    Amanda Hill, Administrative Assitant

    Josephine Rocha, Administrative Assistant

    Sarah Cook, Behavioral Intervention | Counseling 

    Irene Robins, Diagnostician

    Marcy Rothe, Diagnostician

    Francisca Tamayo, Speech Language Pathologist

    Deborah Wagner, Speech Language Pathologist

    Lori Ralph, Occupational Therapist 

    Susan Broussard, Physical Therapist

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Our Stories

  • 2020 Graduates Receive Yard Signs for Job Well Done

    It was all smiles as these seniors received their 2020 Graduate yard signs. They’ve accepted all the challenges their teachers have presented them over the years and they are ready to be Graduates of 2020!

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  • 12-12-2019 Christmas Dance 2019

    Good morning! Yesterday, December 11th, we hosted our 5th annual Christmas Dance in the elementary cafeteria with about 200 attendees from Lytle, Devine, Medina Valley, Natalia and Somerset. It was absolutely amazing to witness the excitement and energy from all. This is the first year we have hosted it during the school day which allowed so many more to attend.

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  • 4-1-2019 Pirate Track and Field Day 2019

    This past Friday we had our 2nd Annual Pirate Track & Field Day. Lytle students and other schools from surrounding areas were invited to participate in track and field events. It was a great day to be outside and enjoy the kids’ smiles on their faces as they broke through the finish line. I have attached one picture for your enjoyment. This picture was sent to me during the meet with a quote saying, “this is what it’s all about”. I could not agree more. Mrs. Migura and Skull Studios will be putting together an album that I will share as soon as it becomes available. The signs Mrs. Migura and her staff also created looked awesome.

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  • 1-23-2019 Lytle ISD Pirate Clothes Closet

    Thanks to the generosity of so many in our district, the Pirate Clothes Closet is bursting at the seams with donations. Do you know of someone who could use some clean, FREE, gently worn "new" threads? If so, please speak to your campus counselor who can arrange a Pirate Clothes Closet visit! Watch the video to learn more about this great service offered thanks to our passionate and talented colleagues in Lytle's Special Education department.

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  • 12-10-2018 Country Christmas Dance

    Saturday night the Special Ed Support Staff hosted the 4th Annual Christmas Dance. It was a huge hit with over 80 attendees from Lytle, Devine, Medina Valley, Natalia, and Somerset. The kids had a blast, and the parents were very appreciative of the opportunity for their children.

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Special Education Photo Albums


  • Parent and Community Involvement - We believe the parental and community involvement is essential to quality education. When parents participate, they become partners in the planning and teaching of their child.

    Referral for Special Education - The referral process begins with a call to the student’s campus counselor, beginning the Response to Intervention (RTI) process. This process can be explained by your student’s campus counselor. Referrals can be made by: parents or guardians or other family members teachers adult student (18 years or older).

    Disabilities - Speech or Language Impairment, Specific Learning Disability, Other Health Impairment, Emotional Disturbance, Traumatic Brain Injury, Autism ,Visual Impairment, Auditory Impairment, Deaf-Blindness, Intellectual Disability, Multiple Disabilities, Orthopedic Impairment, NCEC (Ages 3-5)

    Instructional Settings- (1) Mainstream/Inclusion: Providing Special Education and related services according to Individual Education Plans to students whose instruction and related services are provided in general education with Special Education support. (2) Homebound: Providing Special Education services for students confined to home/hospital a minimum of 4 weeks and requiring licensed physician’s documentation. (3) Speech Therapy: Providing speech therapy services. (4) Resource/Related Services: Providing Special Education and related services in a setting other than general education for less that 50% of the student’s school day. (5) Self-Contained Mild/Moderate/Severe: Providing Special Education instruction and related services to student in a Special Education program for more than 50% of the student’s school day. (6) Non Public Day School: Providing Special Education and related services through a contractual agreement with an approved nonpublic day school.   (7) Vocational Adjustment Class (VAC):  Providing Special Education, academic, or job-related instruction to students who are placed on a job with regularly scheduled direct involvement by Special Education staff.  (8) Residential Care and Treatment Facility:  Providing Special Education and related services to students that have a disability and reside in care treatment facility, and whose parents do not reside within the boundaries of the school district providing educational services to the student.  (9) Off Home Campus: Providing Special Education and related services to students that meet one of the following criteria: (a) The student is one of a group of students from more than one school district served at a single location in another school district when a FAPE is not available in the sending district . (b) The student is provided instruction by school district personnel in a facility (other than a nonpublic day school) not operated by a school district. 118 (c) The student is in a self-contained program at a separate campus operated by your school district that provides only special education and related services.