Lytle Elementary is 1 of 19 named Schools Transforming Learning statewide.
Applications for out of district students in grades K - 12 who would like to attend Lytle schools are now available.
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).
During a recent visit to learn more about our robotics team, representatives from Toyota presented a check to the district to help support our robotics programs.
Lytle Youth Program to provide summer day camp for the students of Lytle ISD.
High School student, Nicholas Rouse, is recognized by Lytle Chamber of Commerce.
The Lytle High School production of "Dracula" competed at the district level today and walked away with the 1st place ranking, as well as several individual awards.
For only the fourth time in history the Lytle Pirate Band has earned a "Sweepstakes" designation in UIL competition by getting 1's in Marching in the fall and Concert and Sight Reading March 1st.
Superintendent Smith declares March 2017 as the month to Celebrate Texas Public Schools. We urge all citizens to support the theme “The Power of Public” by taking the time to visit local schools to share the impact public education has had for them and their community.
Sadly, three of the trees in front of the high school are diseased and cannot be saved. But a part of them can be reused and will remain a part of our district.