The Round Rock Empty Bowls Festival is an effort by Round Rock ISD students to fight hunger in the greater Round Rock area. The event will take place on Saturday, April 18, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Cedar Ridge High School, located at 2801 Gattis School Rd. in Round Rock.
In recognition of her efforts to advance Fine Arts in Round Rock ISD and leadership, Lisa Roebuck, Director of Fine Arts, was named the 2019 Outstanding Music Administrator by Texas Music Administrators Conference.
District guests can reserve seats to quality local and affordable dramatic plays, children’s and musical theatre, band and orchestra performances, choir concerts, and dance shows when they purchase tickets online through the Round Rock ISD Fine Arts box office.
Round Rock ISD Theatre Arts offers affordable, local entertainment to Central Texas families with four Fall shows that delight with colorful fantasy and abstract adventures. Children and adults alike will treasure these classic tales.
The Round Rock ISD Fine Arts Box Office is currently selling tickets to high-quality, affordable productions featuring top student talent.Central Texas theatre lovers can buy tickets through the Fine Arts Box Office, available online and through the Round Rock ISD mobile App.
Projects from Bond 2018 continue to move forward with many making significant headway during Summer 2019. These projects, and more that will take shape in the next three years, will impact the entire Round Rock ISD community, which includes more than 50,000 students and 7,000 employees.
Round Rock ISD has been named by the Texas Art Education Association (TAEA) as an inaugural District of Distinction for its Visual Arts Program. The award honors school districts that are leading the way in the visual arts and have displayed outstanding leadership in promoting the arts in their district and community.
In an effort to improve safety and security, a Clear Bag Policy will be instituted at all large scale events held at the Kelly Reeves Athletic Complex and Dragon Stadium in Round Rock ISD. These will include events such as varsity football games, band marching contests, and other highly attended events beginning in August 2019.
Bringing the music anywhere he goes, Hopewell Middle School Choir Director Jerry Gee Cordova was named as the District’s 2020 Secondary Teacher of the Year during the District’s annual banquet Monday evening, sponsored by the Round Rock ISD Partners in Education (PIE) Foundation and A+ Federal Credit Union.