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  • 7-26-2021 Free School Supplies for all Lytle Students, PreK-12 grades.

    In case you don't follow district social media, I wanted to make sure all employees knew that our Lytle Leadership made the decision to buy school supplies for all Lytle ISD Students for the 2021-2022 school year. It was announced a couple weeks ago, and the community response to the posts on our Facebook pages and Twitter were beautiful sentiments of gratitude, amazement, and even tears of relief from parents. You, and everyone included on this email, are important members of a wonderful district family. When you make gratitude a habit...Everything will be better.

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  • 7-17-2021 2021 Senior Awards Night and Baccalaureate Service

    During your summer break, don't forget to reflect on the important work you do to support students PreK-12th grade. Many don't ever get to hear about the success so many of our graduating seniors enjoy as they leave our halls for the last time. It'll take a few minutes, but don't miss the opportunity to read through this list of Class of 2021 accomplishments. Thank you, again, to Mrs. Parker for gathering all this information in one place. Priceless!

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  • 7-8-2021 Watch the video! A closer look at Lytle's Career and Technical Education...What happens in Culinary Arts?

    While we are enjoying summer, it's important to daydream a little about the great things coming up for our new school year. Take some time to watch this video, which highlights Lytle's Culinary Arts program.

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  • 7-5-2021 Feeling patriotic? Watch the video: True Combat War Veterans Tell Their Stories of Combat at Lytle High School.

    This past Spring, English III students read Farewell to Manzanar by James D. Houston and Jeanne Wakatsuki Houston. This book details the memoir of Jeanne Wakatsuki Houston, a young Japanese American in California during World War II, and the “containment” camp she and her family were forced to relocate to from their home in Long Beach.

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