Category: Counseling Services

“Summer Melt” Counselors guide Grads with higher ed, jobs

Summer melt is a term used by college admissions officers to explain to students who apply to college and get accepted but never actually show up in the fall. After students receive acceptance letters and decide to attend a particular college, they must complete a number of tasks to successfully start college.

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“Physically apart, but together we stand #WilcoUnited

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.

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At-home learning: Teachers, students, and families continue instruction

As we wrap up the second week of at-home learning teachers, students and parents are getting their bearings and hopefully finding a groove to Round Rock ISD’s new learning environment. As at-home learning continues, Round Rock ISD is here to help. The Parent Guide to At-Home Learning offers tips to help students in an at-home learning environment, includes information on how to navigate Google classroom, and helpful resources for social-emotional support.

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Serving the whole-student: Counseling and Behavioral Health services and resources

In Round Rock ISD, we believe strongly in serving the “whole student”, particularly during these unprecedented times. Though schools  are closed, counseling services and behavioral health resources and educational materials are available for both parents and students to access any time of day. These resources are aimed at supporting mental and behavioral health as students and parents continue the at-home learning experience. 

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Class of 2020 offered FREE FAFSA help at Oct. 16. FAFSA Day

On Wednesday, Oct. 16, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. high school seniors set to enter college in the Fall of 2020 and their parents can receive free assistance filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). FAFSA applications for students entering college in the 2020-2021 school year opened Oct. 1. 

Counselors from each of the five District high schools will be at the Old Hopewell Meeting Room, immediately adjacent to the Round Rock ISD Lillie Delgado Administration Building located at 1311 Round Rock Ave. in Round Rock. 

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