Everyone in our community is invited to come visit with experts who can assist you with various services such as CHIP, Medicaid, WIC, dental, health plans, and behavioral health information. Free glucose and blood pressure screenings will also be available.
We’re introducing a Pirate LookOut! program for parents and community members who would like to help us monitor our campus grounds as an extra layer of safety.
The social media post (pictured) has created concern in our district, and we want our community to be made aware. Lytle Police and Medina County Sheriff’s department are investigating the matter. If you have new information to provide, please report using the Crimestoppers button or the Safe2SpeakUp button on lytleisd.com. Lytle ISD staff is always vigilant about the safety and security of our students. We ask our community members, parents, and students to NOT repost the social media message currently under investigation.
Saturday, April 14, 2018
11am- 2pm (Dine In or Carry Out)
Burger, Chips, Drink, Dessert $10 ($5 Children age 10 and under)
Music, food, fun, and all for a great cause. We are fundraising for our Lytle Senior Scholarship program!
Pharmacy Technician Program Signup for the 2018-2019 school year has begun. The starting average pay for a Pharmacy Technician is $15 per hour. Please contact Mrs. Criswell via Remind or email (firstname.lastname@example.org) before April 13th.
VOTE! Lauren Gomez and Caleb Carrillo for the 2018 Texas Student-Athlete of the Year Award Scholarship. You can vote as many times as you want. Go Pirates!!!
Manuel has been with our district for 23 years. He first started as a volunteer and after 2 years, he was hired. Manuel had worked for many years as an over the road truck driver so he was brought in as a bus driver and a general maintenance crew. Over the years, Manuel has served as the standard for our athletic clocks at the baseball/softball fields as well as the football field. He is truly a pirate at heart and one of the districts most loyal athletics supporters. Manuel's main responsibility for the past 15 years has been the baseball and softball field complex and the daily care of those facilities. He also served as a custodian at the Elementary school.
If you would like to share your memories or kind words about Manuel, please add them to this Shared Document, and we'll make sure he sees your messages!
Welcome Home Staff Sargeant Ryan Morales! We appreciate your service! Many students passed by Staff Sgt. Morales, shook his hand and thanked him for his service. It’s a great day to be a Pirate.
Our entire Lytle ISD District staff, students, and community members stand together at the Red Ribbon Week kickoff pep rally.
We hope to see all of the Pirate Nation wearing black and yellow on Tuesday night as we chase history with the first playoff win in boys basketball since 2008. GO PIRATES!!!