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).
Katelin Van Dong competed against the strongest females in the State of Texas at the Waco meet and placed 2nd with a new personal record of 1035 total pounds lifted.
Lytle students, Memphis Medrano, Kristen Center, Jazmin Trejo, Christian Trejo, Jay Amador, and Sylvia Martinez, deliver Valentines and help serve dinner to their new senior friends at the Lytle Nursing Home.
LHS Pirate News Issue 3 is out now. In this issue Ms Zavala looks back at the year and reviews senior awards, the athletics department provides important dates for athletes and a there is a message from the Counselor's Corner.
Lytle High School had two teams competed in the FIRST Tech Challenge Somerset League Championship on Saturday. Both teams had a strong presence at the event doing well on the field and by assisting several teams.