Lytle ISD gets $44K grant to train Chefs !!

Lytle ISD got a $44,659 grant to train 120 students as chefs and head cooks in partnership with Alamo Colleges District–St. Phillips College. It is one of several grants issued by Texas Workforce Commission totaling over a half million in grant money to area schools. Other recipients included Alamo Colleges District-Palo Alto and Judson ISD.

A district of innovation, Lytle ISD is also proud to offer students the opportunity to graduate with Associate’s Degrees as well as industry certifications in various career pathways, According to Superintendent Michelle Smith.