Feb
25
7:00 PM19:00

High School One Act Play Public Performance

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Hello All!

The theatre department is inviting everyone to come watch our One Act Play. The show lasts about 40mins. 

This year we are presenting Robot Songs by San Antonio native,  Scott Mccarrey. 

Show description-
When an inquisitive small-town reporter investigates the experiments of a mad scientist just outside the city limits, he makes an alarming discovery: a robot designed to bring about the end of the human race. However, the robot is more interested in composing and performing pop music than doing its creator’s bidding. Robot Songs is a comedic exploration of humanity’s relationship with technology as well as with itself, and the future of our evolution.


Sam Weeks

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Feb
25
7:00 PM19:00

High School One Act Play Public Performance

Hello All!

The theatre department is inviting everyone to come watch our One Act Play. This year we are presenting Robot Songs by San Antonio native,  Scott Mccarrey. 

Show description-
When an inquisitive small-town reporter investigates the experiments of a mad scientist just outside the city limits, he makes an alarming discovery: a robot designed to bring about the end of the human race. However, the robot is more interested in composing and performing pop music than doing its creator’s bidding. Robot Songs is a comedic exploration of humanity’s relationship with technology as well as with itself, and the future of our evolution.


Sam Weeks

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Mar
2
to Mar 3

HS JV Baseball Tournament

Info: 4 Teams Round Robin
Tournament Fee: $125

Each team will provide one box of baseballs
Plaques for 1st and 2nd place
$4 adults/$2 students

  •  Team on the right will occupy the 3 rd base dugout
  •  Coin flip will determine home team—Lytle will always be home team
  •  1:45 Time Limit or 5 innings
  •  Extra-innings will start with a runner at 2 nd base w/1 out
  •  Maximum 7 innings

Teams:
1 Lytle
2 South San
3 Hondo
4 Pleasanton

Friday, March 2 nd games:
5:00   3 vs. 4
7:00   1 vs. 2

Saturday, March 3 rd games:
10:00  2 vs. 3
12:00  1 vs. 4
2:00    4 vs. 2
4:00    1 vs. 3

 

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Mar
3
10:00 AM10:00

Spring Festival

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Each Spring the non-profit school groups interested in participating join together to host a Spring Festival for the students and the community. This will be our second year hosting the festival, and we hope that everyone will come out to play games, eat food, hang out with their neighbor and support the groups in the district.

For Info:

Hannalore Mueller (NHS Sponsor)

hmueller@lytleisd.com

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Mar
9
to Mar 10

HS JV Baseball Tournament 2

Info: 4 Teams Round Robin
Tournament Fee: $125
Each team will provide one box of baseballs
Plaques for 1 st and 2 nd place
$4 adults/$2 students

Teams:
1 Lytle
2 Devine
3 Holy Cross
4 Crystal City

Team on the left will occupy the 3 rd base dugout

Coin flip will determine home team—Lytle will always be home team

1:45 Time Limit or 5 innings

 Extra-innings will start with a runner at 2 nd base w/1 out

 Maximum 7 innings

Friday, March 9 th games:

5:00 3 vs. 4
7:00 1 vs. 2


Saturday, March 10 th games:
10:00 2 vs. 3
12:00 1 vs. 4
2:00 4 vs. 2
4:00 1 vs. 3

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Mar
10
8:00 AM08:00

Grind For Grell 5k Fun Run

  • Lytle High School (behind new Field House) (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Lytle High School along with the family of Justin Grell will be hosting a 5k fun run here at Lytle High School on March 10. Anyone that is interested in running, walking, or registering as a sleeper for the #GrindForGrell fun run can pick up a registration form in the high school office.

For info: Loretta Zavala 830-709-5105

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Feb
23
7:00 PM19:00

High School Valentines After-Party

We're planning a great party for our Lytle High School students. Come enjoy awesome door prizes, delicious snacks, and great music. Plus, any one who buys a ticket and shows up to the party by 7:30 gets to be in a drawing for a $100 Visa Gift card. Lytle students can bring friends from other schools, so there’s going to be great crowd. Get your tickets today! $6 each!

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Feb
23
9:30 AM09:30

High School One Act Play School Performance

Hello All!

The theatre department is inviting everyone to come watch our One Act Play on Friday February 23rd. Students should report to the auditorium 2nd period as soon as attendance has been taken. The show lasts about 40mins. Students will return to their 3rd period classes after the show ends. There is no charge to watch the show, FREE! 

This year we are presenting Robot Songs by San Antonio native,  Scott Mccarrey. 

Show description-
When an inquisitive small-town reporter investigates the experiments of a mad scientist just outside the city limits, he makes an alarming discovery: a robot designed to bring about the end of the human race. However, the robot is more interested in composing and performing pop music than doing its creator’s bidding. Robot Songs is a comedic exploration of humanity’s relationship with technology as well as with itself, and the future of our evolution.


Sam Weeks

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Feb
20
7:00 PM19:00

Varsity Boys Basketball Playoff Game vs. Somerset at Southwest High School

Our team which consist of 6 seniors were in 7th grade the last time the Lytle varsity boys were in the basketball post season. When I met the boys in May of 2016 after taking over as head boys basketball I asked them, "What are the two things you want your team to accomplish before you graduate"?  They all responded with the same answer, a playoff birth and for our home stands to be filled during the games. I told them it would start with hard work, trust and belief in the new system, and a new mindset that they could be the group to turn the program around. Two years later on Jan. 16, 2018 the boys came in fired up before our first district home game and said, "COACH, look outside, the drum line is setting up and the stands are jammed packed." The excitement in their eyes will be a moment I will never forget as coach and I want say thank you to the Lytle community for all the support this season. It has meant the world to our boys.

The Pirates will now take part in their second goal from two years ago and will face the Somerset Bulldogs this upcoming TUESDAY FEBRUARY 20, 2018 AT 7:00 PM AT SOUTHWEST HS for the first round of the playoffs. 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!!!

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Thanks for all you do,

Coach Jacob Hernandez

Head Boys Basketball

Lytle HS

"Ice in our Veins #13"

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