Recognized for District-wide efforts to establish responsible practices for energy management, Round Rock ISD was awarded Energy Program of the Year by the Texas Energy Managers Association during their annual conference this year.
Educational Results Partnership, a nonprofit organization that identifies high performing schools that are improving student outcomes, has named 16 schools from Round Rock ISD to its 2018-2019 Texas Honor Roll.
The Service Coalition of Round Rock (SCORR) scores big points with Round Rock ISD for their efforts to support students. SCORR was recognized at the Thursday Board of Trustees meeting as a Distinguished Partner of the District.
After two years of coming close to taking the top prize, students from Canyon Vista Middle School have managed to take the title of National Champions at the National Junior High Chess Championships in April.
For the second consecutive year, five campuses from Round Rock ISD have been selected to participate in a two-year campus leadership program designed for principals and campus leadership to focus on and further establish practices for teacher development, individual growth plans, and campus transformation plans.
Joe Lee Johnson Elementary STEAM Academy and Round Rock and McNeil high schools were named Project Lead The Way (PLTW) Distinguished Schools for the 2018 – 2019 school year. This year, only 14 elementary schools were recognized, and nine high schools received this distinction in the state of Texas.
Round Rock ISD students from Cedar Valley Middle School and Westwood High School successfully competed at the Texas Science and Engineering Fair (TSEF) and took home some of the top prizes of the competition.
Showing off their imagination and problem- solving skills, teams from Sommer Elementary School and Pearson Ranch Middle School were named some of the top performers at the 2019 Destination Imagination Texas Affiliate Tournament on in March.
Walking into the cafeteria to the cheers of students and staff at Berkman Elementary Arts Integration Academy, principal Kathy Cawthorn received the surprise of the year as she was named a finalist for the H-E-B Excellence in Education Principal Award.
Making all of the right moves, students from Westwood High School, Laurel Mountain Elementary School and Canyon Vista and Pearson Ranch middle schools earned top marks and championship titles at the 2019 Texas Scholastic Chess Championships.