For families needing more than the six allotted graduation tickets for the May 2019 ceremonies, an online request for additional graduation tickets may be requested. The form will be available to complete from Feb. 11 to Feb. 22. The submission of the form does not guarantee additional tickets.
Round Rock ISD Seniors eligible for graduation who will be attending Austin Community College (ACC) in the Fall are encouraged to apply for a 10-week paid summer internship with Samsung Semiconductor in Austin.
Due to new requirements by the H-E-B Center, admittance into Round Rock ISD Graduation Ceremonies will now be by ticket only and will be in effect for all May 2019 ceremonies. The H-E-B Center is making this a requirement to ensure attendance does not exceed the appropriate capacity of the event center and to ensure the safety of students and guests.
The success of the Westwood High School Speech and Debate team continues this school year as the team recently received first place and was awarded champion at the University of Texas at Austin tournament.
In honor of the opening of the Stony Point Auditorium, 1801 Tiger Trail Round Rock, the Stony Point High School Band, Choir, Orchestra, Dance, Ballet Folklorico, Mariachi Ensemble and Theatre programs will hold an epic performance on Jan. 17.
Students from Round Rock High School helped organized Adopt a Child, an initiative started last year by Teacher of the Year, Randi Chaverria, where all six Round Rock ISD high schools adopted and celebrated over 400 elementary students from the District.
If you love to laugh, you’ll love Round Rock ISD’s 2019 musical theatre season. Students from 11 area schools will light up the stage when they perform in the whimsical selection of quirky and iconic musical comedies set for Spring.
Competing against the best high school marching bands in Texas, the Cedar Ridge High School marching band bested 30 school bands to earn 11th place in the 6A division during the University Interscholastic League (UIL) State Marching Band Contest held from Nov. 5-7 at the Alamodome.
In recognition of her contributions to the Speech and Debate program at Round Rock High School, longtime and recently retired educator Debbie Johnson was recently inducted into the Texas Forensics Association (TFA) Hall of Fame.
Westwood and McNeil high schools are slated for significant work if voters approve Round Rock Independent School District’s proposed Bond on Nov. 6. The $508.4 million Bond is not expected to raise the District’s tax rate, which is at a 30-year low.