• Student Device Distribution

    Device distribution is being scheduled by all campuses.

    Student must be fully registered (documents all received by campus) prior to device pick-up.

     

    High School

    August 11-25, 2020 Schedule a time for pickup with this form

     

    Junior High

     August 19-20, 2020

     

    Elementary School

    August 20,2020 Class Postcard Pick-up

    August 24-25, 2020

     

    Primary School

    August 24-25, 2020

    Times to be determined, contact the campus office for more information. 830-709-5140


     

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  • image of academic calendar On Monday, July 27, the Lytle ISD Board of Trustees approved a revised 2020-2021 Academic Calendar. Click the link to view or download the document.

     

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  • 2020-2021 Student Registration

    Registration for all returning and new to district students opens May 26, 2020. This year all registration is completed online. Please go to the 2020-2021 registration page to complete the Registration form 2020-2021Health Form, and Bus Form.

     


     

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  • Lytle ISD Graduation Livestream Link

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uW7AR9yvbpA


     

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  • link to info on P-EBT Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) is a one-time food benefit for families who lost access to free or reduced-price meals due to school closures. Apply for benefits online.

    Eligible P-EBT families now have access to the P-EBT application. See the letter to P-EBT eligible families in English and Spanish.

    P-EBT food benefits are for children who received SNAP food benefits for March 2020 and children who are certified for free or reduced-price school meals during the 2019-20 Texas school year. For more information, visit: hhs.texas.gov/PEBT


     

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  • Watch now: Superintendent Michelle Carroll Smith Monday Message 5-18-2020

    This week, Ms. Smith focuses her thoughts and encouragement on the Lytle Graduating Class of 2020.
    https://youtu.be/l1vCCRe3F5I

     


     

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  • Superintendent Michelle Carroll Smith's Monday Message 5-11-2020

    Ms. Smith's message to students, staff and Lytle families includes information about end of school activities, thoughts on summer school and good news about Graduation.

     

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  • Superintendent Michelle Carroll Smith Video Message 5-4-2020

    Ms. Smith devotes this week's message to appreciating teachers for all they do, and have done during the COVID-19 school building closure and remote learning for our students. Happy Teacher Appreciation week!

     


     

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  • Watch: Michelle Carroll Smith Video Message to Lytle Staff, Students and Families 4-27-2020


     

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  • Watch: Lytle Superintendent Michelle Carroll Smith's Video Message 4-20-2020

     

    Ms. Smith gives students, staff, and families important news about what's coming this week and that plans that are in the works for seniors and prom.

     

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  • Superintendent letter to families 4-17-2020: Online learning to continue through the end of the 2019-2020 school year.

    Lytle ISD Official Communications  

    COVID-19 Update

    April 17, 2020: Lytle ISD to Follow Governor’s School Closure Order and Remain “Closed, Instructing” Through the Last Day of the School Year, Friday, May 22, 2020

    Dear Lytle ISD Families,

     

    In response to Governor Greg Abbott’s April 17, 2020 executive order, Lytle ISD is suspending normal district operations through Friday, May 22, 2020.

     

    Abbott clearly stated that teachers are permitted to visit their classrooms as needed to continue online instruction, but should follow social distancing guidelines. 

     

    The Governor did not share many other details about school operations, but stated that next week, Commissioner of Education Mike Morath would provide details about supporting schools online instruction and graduation ceremonies for our seniors. We look forward to the Commissioner’s guidance as we are already exploring possibilities for celebrating our seniors in a graduation ceremony that honors their accomplishments while still keeping everyone safe and healthy. 

     

    Our school facilities remain closed to students and visitors, but Lytle ISD employees are working to support our Lytle ISD families through the end of the school year:

     

    • The Child Nutrition Departments are providing free student meals twice a week, 3 student breakfast and lunch meals on Mondays and 3 student breakfast and lunch meals on Thursdays. Families are asked to open their trunk or hatchback for no-contact meal pick up in two locations from 11am-1pm: Lytle Primary bus pickup/dropoff area and Lytle Elementary cafeteria area.
    • Remote instruction which began March 23, will continue through digital channels such as Blackboard Classroom, Google Classroom, and published SMORES. 
    • The Technology Department has provided hotspot wifi devices to help families who don’t have internet access at home. Contact your child’s teacher if technology access is preventing your student from accessing digital lessons.
    • For students who are currently not engaged or connected with their teachers in online learning, grade level promotion and retention decisions will be made prior to the 2020-2021 school year and parents/guardians will be notified. 

     

    You may reach out to campus leaders and staff at any time through email - all Lytle ISD emails are formatted in this way: firstname.lastname@lytleisd.org

     

    All updates will be posted on www.lytleisd.org, through email, text messaging and social media. 

     

    Thank you for your continued support and cooperation as we ensure that all members of our Lytle ISD community stay safe and healthy.

    Stay well, and God bless you and your families.

     

    Michelle Carroll Smith

    michelle.smith@lytleisd.org

    Lytle ISD Superintendent of Schools

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    District website: www.lytleisd.org

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    Lytle ISD COVID-19 Page
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  • Watch: Superintendent Michelle Carroll Smith's Video Message 4-14-2020

    Lytle ISD Superintendent delivers an important video message to Lytle staff and families about changes to school meal service, teacher contracts, school budgeting process, upcoming 2020 Lytle ISD Virtual Student Showcase, and news of a theft at our Operations, Maintenance and Transportation yard.


     

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  • Superintendent Michelle Carroll Smith Monday Video Message to Lytle ISD Staff and Community 4-6-2020

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  • Lytle ISD Official Communications  

    COVID-19 Update

    April 1, 2020: Lytle ISD to Follow Governor’s School Closure Order and Remain “Closed, Instructing” through Friday, May 1, 2020

    Dear Lytle ISD Families,

    After Governor Greg Abbott’s press conference Tuesday, March 31, 2020, Lytle ISD is suspending normal district operations through Friday, May 1, 2020 to support our nation’s need to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus. 

    Our school facilities remain closed to students and visitors, but Lytle ISD employees are still working hard to support our Lytle ISD families for the duration:

    • Child Nutrition and Transportation Departments are providing free student meals in 7 convenient locations. 
    • Remote instruction which began March 23, will continue through digital channels such as Blackboard Classroom, Google Classroom, and published SMORES. However, in order to provide high quality instruction in a safe manner, the distribution of paper packets will end on Friday, April 3. (The CDC reports that the Novel Coronavirus is stable on paper for 4-5 days.)  
    • The Technology Department has provided hotspot wifi devices to help families who don’t have internet access at home. Contact your child’s teacher if technology access is preventing your student from accessing digital lessons.
    • For students who are currently not engaged or connected with their teachers in online learning, home visits will happen this week to see how we can better support students and families.  

    These efforts and others will continue for the duration. You may reach out to campus leaders and staff at any time through email - all Lytle ISD emails are formatted in this way: firstname.lastname@lytleisd.org

    We are actively monitoring this quickly changing situation and updates will be posted on www.lytleisd.org, through email, text messaging and social media. 

    Thank you for your continued support and cooperation as we ensure that all members of our Lytle ISD community stay safe and healthy. I pray that we’ll all be together again very soon. Stay well, and God bless you and your families.


    Sincerely,

    Michelle Carroll Smith

    michelle.smith@lytleisd.org

    Lytle ISD Superintendent of Schools

    Keep up with all Lytle ISD Announcements and News!

    District website: www.lytleisd.org

    Follow us on Twitter @lytleisd

    Like us on Facebook @LytleISD

     

    Lytle ISD COVID-19 Page
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  • Superintendent Michelle Carroll Smith Sends Video Message to Lytle ISD Staff and Community 3-30-2020

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  • Lytle ISD Suspends Normal District Operations Through Friday, April 24, 2020 Due To COVID-19 

    Lytle ISD Cerrado Hasta el 24 de Abril 

     

    Dear Lytle ISD Families,

     

    Once again, Lytle ISD is suspending normal district operations through Friday, April 24, 2020 to support our nation’s need to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus. 

     

    Our school facilities remain closed to students and visitors, but Lytle ISD employees are still working hard to support our Lytle ISD families for the duration:

    • Child Nutrition and Transportation Departments are providing free student meals in several convenient locations for the duration. 
    • Teachers have contacted students’ parents and guardians. Remote instruction began March 23, and we’ll continue providing students with remote digital instruction and printed learning materials. 
    • The Technology Department is working on procuring devices to help families who don’t have internet access at home. If you’ve already told your child’s teacher that you need internet access, no further action is required and you will be contacted as soon as a device is available. 

     

    These efforts and others will continue for the duration. If you have not established a connection with your student’s teachers, please contact them as soon as possible by email or Remind so we can work together to continue your student’s growth and learning. All Lytle ISD emails are formatted in this way: firstname.lastname@lytleisd.org

     

    We are actively monitoring this quickly changing situation and updates will be posted on www.lytleisd.org, through email, text messaging and social media. 

     

    Thank you for your support and cooperation as we ensure that all members of our Lytle ISD community stay safe and healthy. 

     

    Michelle Carroll Smith

    Lytle ISD Superintendent of Schools


     

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  • Superintendent Michelle Carroll Smith Sends Video Message to Lytle Students and Families

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  • Texas Governor Greg Abbott Addresses COVID-19 Gathering Restrictions in Town Hall

    This story contains a summary of the issues Governor Abbott addressed during his virtual town hall on March 19, 2020 at 7pm CT.

    https://www.kxan.com/news/coronavirus/coronavirus-in-texas-governor-abbott-virtual-town-hall-set-for-tonight/


     

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  • Lytle ISD Suspends Normal District Operations Through Friday, April 3, 2020

    Dear Lytle ISD Families,

     

    Given the rapidly evolving situation with COVID-19, Lytle ISD is suspending normal district operations through Friday, April 3, 2020 to support our nation’s need to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus. 

     

    Our school facilities are closed to students and visitors, but Lytle ISD employees are working to provide  free student meals from Wednesday, March 18 - Friday, April 3. In addition, we are finalizing plans to provide remote instruction and learning materials to our students for the duration. All Lytle ISD teachers will begin contacting parents and guardians on Wednesday, March 18, to establish connections and provide families what they need to continue student growth and learning. When possible, we’ll use existing email, phone, Remind, Facebook Classroom, Blackboard Classroom, and other available digital education tools. Based on our families’ needs, alternative learning materials will be available. 

     

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention urges all communities to implement a social distancing protocol. Please discuss these precautions with your student(s) to prevent the spread of the illness:

     

    • Don’t shake hands 
    • Wash your hands regularly
    • Limit movement within the community, especially avoiding crowded places and maintaining 3 to 6 ft of distance between people (at least an arm’s length) 
    • If you must move around in the community, don’t congregate in large groups 
    • For those who have traveled to areas with known COVID-19 cases – both inside and outside of the country – we ask that you self-quarantine and monitor for symptoms. 
    • If you have symptoms of COVID-19, call your health care provider for medical advice. 
    • Do not leave the house if you are ill, except to access medical care 

     

    We are actively monitoring this quickly changing situation, providing updates on www.lytleisd.orgthrough email, text messaging and social media. We are coordinating with other school districts in the area and plan to assess the situation the week of March 30th to make decisions on whether there is a need to extend the suspension further. 

     

    Thank you for your support and cooperation as we ensure that all members of our Lytle ISD community stay safe and healthy. 

     

    Michelle Carroll Smith

    Lytle ISD Superintendent of Schools


     

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  • Lytle Schools Close March 16-20 To Prevent Spread of COVID-19

    Dear Lytle ISD Families,

     

    In collective agreement with other public school districts in our surrounding area, Lytle ISD is closing our schools and canceling all school-related events March 16 - 20 to help control the number of new cases of the Coronavirus (COVID-19).

     

    This cautionary action is necessary given the declaration of a public health emergency by the City of San Antonio, Medina County Health Department’s request for social distancing for groups larger than 500, and the alert from the World Health Organization designating COVID-19 as a pandemic.

     

    We do not make this decision lightly. Closing schools presents difficulties for parents and guardians, but we are following guidance from authorities who indicate these measures will better ensure the long-term health and safety of children, staff, and the larger community.

     

    Please continue to check www.lytleisd.org for updates on the following:

     

    • The UIL Deputy Director has suspended all extracurricular competitions through March 29th. Information about practices for Lytle students will be communicated by coaches through Remind.
    • The district is finalizing logistics for online learning options for students.
    • Our Child Nutrition department will announce plans to address children's nutritional needs while school is out.
    • We will also take this week to further clean schools and buses and resupply custodial and nursing supplies.

     

    At this time, we do not anticipate extending the school year in order to “make up” the days from this closure. As this issue evolves, Lytle ISD Leadership remains in close communication with local and state health authorities and will provide updates to our community.

     

    Stay well and in good health,

     

    Michelle Carroll Smith
    Lytle ISD Superintendent of Schools


     

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  • 3-11-2020 Coronavirus Update from Lytle ISD Superintendent

    Dear Lytle Families,

     

    The Lytle ISD Leadership team continues to monitor updates around the COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) news. We are working with local and state agencies as well as relying on the CDC to help us plan for the health and wellness of our students and staff. We are committed to focusing on the facts to make the best decisions for all.

     

    At this point, we do not plan to close our schools. We continue to actively monitor developments and communicate with our Lytle families and staff. When students return on Monday, we will continue to teach about proactive steps to prevent the spread of illness and ways students can stay healthy.

     

    Stay well,

     

    Michelle Carroll Smith

    Lytle ISD Superintendent of Schools


     

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  • Image of Coronavirus Update Letter from Superintendent Michelle Carroll Smith Coronavirus Update from Superintendent Michelle Carroll Smith 3-3-2020

    Dear Lytle Families,
    The safety and well-being of our students, staff and community is important to us. So, just like you, we are all watching national, state, and local media coverage of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) with concern.

     

    Public health officials have stated that the risk to our school community is low at this time. We are comforted by this fact, but we are still doing all we can to be prepared. We have increased sanitization of our facilities paying special attention to high traffic areas.


    Lytle ISD follows recommendations from public health officials to take the same steps to protect against coronavirus as are recommended to prevent the spread of everyday illnesses such as the common cold or flu. To assist with these efforts, we ask school staff and Lytle families to help students remember and practice these health strategies:


    ● Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol.
    ● Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.
    ● Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
    ● Cover your cough and sneeze in the bend of your elbow or a tissue.
    ● Dispose of tissues in the trash.
    ● If you’ve not already gotten one, a flu shot is encouraged.
    ● Stay home when you are sick.

     

    Lytle ISD continues to follow local, state, and national advisories, and we look to these authorities when making local decisions:

     

    Centers for Disease Control (CDC): www.cdc.gov/coronavirus
    Texas Department of Health and Human Services (DSHS): www.dshs.texas.gov
    Texas Education Agency (TEA): www.tea.texas.gov  

     

    We recommend Lytle families also look to these resources for updated information on the coronavirus.

     

    We’ll monitor this situation and communicate important updates. As always, our focus remains on keeping our students and staff safe at school.


    Stay healthy,

    Michelle Carroll Smith
    Lytle ISD Superintendent

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  • Unreadable image of CDC publication go to link to find readable coronavirus publication Center for Disease Control - CDC - Offers Public Information on Novel Coronavirus

    The CDC offers a good one-page reference sheet for our community members who want more information about the Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV). Follow this link to download or print the publication: 

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1hf1ZCPr8OrhD0hyNa34EUeC4VveXvIu2/view?usp=sharing

     

     

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