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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.

Amber Flores signed with Hill College to play softball at the next level. SA Wildcats Club coach, Paul Greco, and O'Connor High School Softball Coach Caitlin Bollier both spoke of Amber's commitment to working hard. We are so proud of this Lady Pirate! See more pics on the album. Click here for more pics!

Amber Flores signed with Hill College to play softball at the next level. SA Wildcats Club coach, Paul Greco, and O'Connor High School Softball Coach Caitlin Bollier both spoke of Amber's commitment to working hard. We are so proud of this Lady Pirate! See more pics on the album. Click here for more pics!

Precious Carrillo batted her way all the way to Clarendon college. Click here for more pics!

Precious Carrillo batted her way all the way to Clarendon college. Click here for more pics!

Culinary Arts students, guided by Mrs.Cantu, provided sweets for the Lytle Bank Customer Appreciation day. Click here to see more pics! 

Culinary Arts students, guided by Mrs.Cantu, provided sweets for the Lytle Bank Customer Appreciation day. Click here to see more pics! 

Lytle Pirate cross country teams ran for the first time in school history right here in our own backyard on Saturday, September 16, 2017. With nearly 600 competitors, and 2,000 fans watching, it was truly inspiring to have our Lytle ISD host a meet and our runners showcase their talents.
Arrr, one gander at these wee buccaneers and ye'll be hooked! You don't want to miss Pirate Day at Lytle ISD Primary and Elementary schools. It's a great day of learning and fun for staff and students. Enjoy this video put together by Lytle High School Advanced Media and Skull Studios students.
The Lytle ISD Advanced Media students follow our 2017 Lytle Pirate Band on their journey to UIL contest in October. This is the first in a series of four videos.
Toyota Presents Check for $12,500 to support Lytle's Robotics efforts. Pictured from left to right - Dr. Jimmy Gouard (Assistant Superintendent), Mario Lozoya, (Director of Governmental Relations & External Affairs), Stephanie Garcia (Analyst, Government Relations & External Affairs), Michelle Carroll Smith (Superintendent), Loretta Zavala (High School Principal), Smith Hale (SMART LAB teacher and High School robotics team coach).

Toyota Presents Check for $12,500 to support Lytle's Robotics efforts. Pictured from left to right - Dr. Jimmy Gouard (Assistant Superintendent), Mario Lozoya, (Director of Governmental Relations & External Affairs), Stephanie Garcia (Analyst, Government Relations & External Affairs), Michelle Carroll Smith (Superintendent), Loretta Zavala (High School Principal), Smith Hale (SMART LAB teacher and High School robotics team coach).

News

As of now, all Lytle Schools will operate on regular schedules Wednesday, Jan. 17. 

Due to predicted ice and unsafe roadways, all Lytle Schools will be closed tomorrow, Tuesday, January 16, 2018. 

Due to freeze conditions, Lytle ISD Administrators will make decisions about school delays or closures every morning by 6am, as needed.

Read student and team results as reported by coaches, sponsors, and teachers.

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