Category: Video

C.D. Fulkes and Ridgeview’s Read It Forward Campaign

C.D. Fulkes and Ridgeview middle schools joined forces to give students at both schools a shared reading experience during the “Read It Forward” campaign. The goal is for the two middle schools to have a shared experience when entering into Cedar Ridge High School as freshmen.

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Round Rock ISD 2019 Reading Rumble

Over 20 campuses competed in the third annual Reading Rumble, a competition where middle school students across the District answer trivia questions from 11 books they were challenged to read. Watch the video to learn more.

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Hopewell Middle School Science Club

Ms. DeAngelis’ Science Club at Hopewell Middle School takes students into a world of creativity, curiosity and passion – while sometimes getting messy! Watch the video to learn more.

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VIDEO: Fern Bluff Elementary Reading Restaurant

Fern Bluff Elementary School celebrated their 15th year of Reading Restaurant where 4th-grade students serve a “meal” and read to their younger peers in their decorated classroom. Watch the video to learn more!

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Round Rock ISD’s 2nd Annual Adopt a Child

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.

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Bond Project Impact: Safety and Security in Round Rock ISD

Round Rock ISD’s 2018 Bond proposal includes nearly $30 million for upgrades to safety and security districtwide. One of those upgrades would be a video intercom system at each campus which requires every visitor to be granted entry through a locked front door after office staff are able to screen both visually and audibly. The system has been piloted at Westwood High School beginning last spring.

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VIDEO: Bond Project Impact: Elementary School #35

If Round Rock ISD’s proposed Bond passes on Nov. 6., a new elementary school would be built in northeast Round Rock ISD to provide space for a growing student population and relieve crowding at Herrington. Elementary #35 would provide space for about 900 students and is budgeted to cost $48 million, which includes furnishings and technology.

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