Round Rock ISD is committed to ensuring all students and staff are safe while on campus. The second installment of Round Rock ISD Safety Spotlight is portable building safety. Round Rock ISD has added security cameras along with one touch assistance buttons to every portable building adding to other safety features already in place. This video highlights those updates.
September 10, 2020 marked the first day of on-campus learning for Round Rock ISD. Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Steve Flores visited a few campuses to help welcome some of the District’s first students and asked some educators from around the district to record a welcome back message before the school year started. More students will begin their on-campus experience on September 15.
Round Rock ISD is getting ready for another year of excellence in education and preparing to welcome students back into our classrooms. Families who choose on-campus learning at the elementary school level will notice that our campuses may look and operate a little differently this year, but what exactly will that look like for students?
Round Rock ISD is getting ready for another year of excellence in education and preparing to welcome students back into our classrooms. Families who choose on-campus learning at the middle and high school level will notice that our campuses may look and operate a little differently this year, but what exactly will that look like for students?
While on campus, all visitors are required to check in at the front office. Intercoms are installed outside of the school’s front office. Visitors should be prepared to show their ID and state the nature of their visit to the front office staff using the video intercom system.
Round Rock ISD was determined to celebrate the class of 2020. The result was the Senior Commencement Walk, where each graduating senior had the opportunity to walk across the stage with family present and celebrate this huge milestone they have worked so hard for over the years. These are some of the moments captured on video.
“We are so very proud of our ECHS Legacy class,” said Erika Elizondo, assistant principal of Early College High School. “The faculty surprised our seniors with congratulation yard signs to spread love and encouragement from our Owl Family.” The Early College High School Class of 2020 is the first class to earn their high school diploma and a two-year degree from Austin Community College. Way to go, Grads X2!
To assist our families, Superintendent Dr. Steve Flores provides an overview of what graduates and families can expect during Round Rock ISD’s Senior Commencement Walk. Dr. Flores shares details from parking to what graduates will experience while on the field.
Congratulations to the Round Rock ISD Class of 2020 Valedictorians and Salutatorians! This week, 12 Round Rock ISD high school students were surprised with the news of the year as they were named their school’s Val and Sal! Principals and campus staff stopped by to celebrate.
The biggest goal for at-home learning at the elementary level is to keep students engaged in learning. This video will help answer some basic questions on how grading will work at the elementary school level. Visit the FAQ section at roundrockisd.org/coronavirus for more.
With the transition to at-home learning, one of the biggest questions middle school parents may have is how grading will work for the spring semester? In this video, we explain how grades will be calculated for middle school students. Have more grading questions? Visit the FAQ section at roundrockisd.org/coronavirus.
One of the biggest questions parents and students may have during school closures is how grading will work? This video will help explain how grades will be calculated for high school students. Stay tuned for future videos for elementary and middle school parents. As always, if you have any questions, please visit our website roundrockisd.org/coronavirus for all the latest information.
Collectively Williamson County public schools serve over 100,000 students, and we all are united in our mission to provide mental health support to our students and families during this time. If you need to talk with someone, please reach out. Our school crisis counselors are available, and families can visit roundrockisd.org for mental health resources and counseling service information.