The Lytle Junior High Techno Pirates improved on their last performance with a third place win at the McCollum High School robotics meet Saturday, December 9th.
The Techno Pirates won four of five matches and racked up a total of 126 points. They battled control system connection issues and programming glitches that at one point caused the team robot's claw to stop working and the robot's motors to die in the middle of a match. The team kept its cool, though and driver Isabella Lopez and lead programmer Miguel Lopez kept the robot running and scoring. The team's next meet will be January 20, 2018.
All Lytle ISD schools will start at regular times today. Can't wait to hear all the snow stories! Have snow pics to share? Share them with us: Lytle ISD Community Snow Collection.
NOTICE OF BOND ELECTION
TO BE HELD BY THE LYTLE INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
Below is a copy of the Order Calling a Bond Election to be held on Tuesday, November 7, 2017, in
the Lytle Independent School District, which serves as the notice of such election required by
Section 4.003 of the Texas Election Code.