LeeAnna Mask, President
Reagan Wagner, Secretary
Anthony Reyna, Trustee
Nan Boyd, Vice President
Maria Frie, Trustee
Mae Flores, Trustee
Oscar Jimenez, Trustee
School districts, communities, and parents all want true accountability for their children's education, but the current accountability system fails to provide these stakeholders with accurate and actionable information. Read the full text of this letter to local newspaper editors written by Lytle ISD Superintendent Michelle Carroll Smith. After publishing her response on our website and FaceBook, local TV station KENS 5 interviewed Smith and ran this story on the issues surrounding A-F ratings for public schools.
Lytle ISD Board of Trustees approved a measure in their July meeting to officially allow transfers of students into Lytle Junior High and Lytle High School for students in the 6th-12th grades that do not currently live in the Lytle ISD attendance zone. Applications may be picked up from Lytle ISD Central Office beginning on August 3rd.
The Board of Trustees is the educational policy-making body for Texas public school districts. To effectively meet the challenges of public education, school boards and superintendents must function together as a leadership team. Each leadership team must annually assess their development needs as a corporate body and individually to gain an understanding of the vision, structure, accountability, advocacy, and unity needed to provide educational programs and services that ensure the equity and excellence in performance of all students. The Framework for School Board Development has been approved by the State Board of Education to provide the critical areas of development for all public school boards.
Lytle ISD School Board Operating Procedures outline
Image documents of Lytle District Boundaries
All Lytle ISD Board Policies are hosted online on TASB.org site
Meetings of the Lytle ISD School Board typically take place on the 3rd Monday of each month in the conference room of the Lytle iSD Central Office at 6pm.
See meeting notes at Lytle ISD Board Book hosted on Boardbook.org