Round Rock ISD suspenderá las operaciones escolares normales hasta el 3 de abril, y los estudiantes regresarán a la escuela el 6 de abril, a menos que las condiciones justifiquen una extensión del cierre de la escuela. Existe la posibilidad de que las escuelas permanezcan cerradas indefinidamente a medida que nuestro estado y nuestra nación respondan a esta pandemia global. Durante este tiempo, todas las instalaciones de Round Rock ISD estarán cerradas por instrucción y otros fines, incluyendo eventos de UIL, atletismo, alquileres, excursiones, programas después de la escuela y otras actividades de escuela.
Throughout Spring Break, we will be working with our public health agencies regarding decisions on school closures and other responses related to the COVID-19 pandemic. We will inform our community by Thursday, March 19, if the return date for students or staff is later than March 23. Beginning Sunday, March 15, we are canceling all activities, events, and rentals of school facilities from outside organizations throughout the week of Spring Break. This includes, but is not limited to, practices and rehearsals for UIL activities, all special events, gatherings, performances and presentations, and meetings. The UIL is also suspending all UIL sanctioned contests effective March 16 through at least March 29.
We want to assure you that Round Rock ISD classes will continue today as regularly scheduled. District administration is closely monitoring the situation and will notify parents of any changes to school operations occur. At this time, as you know, Round Rock ISD is scheduled to be closed for Spring Break after classes dismiss today. Students and staff are currently scheduled to return March 23.
The health and wellbeing of our community, students and staff is our top priority and we want to be sure to keep you informed of our actions to protect against the risk of the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) on our campuses and our community. Round Rock ISD is closely monitoring reports and information shared by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and we are aware of today’s alert from the World Health Organization which has now designated COVID-19 as a pandemic.Due to this news and the evolving nature of the situation, we are suspending all district-sponsored out-of-state travel for students and staff and will evaluate all travel on a case-by-case basis when we return from Spring Break.
As Round Rock ISD continues to closely monitor reports and information shared by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) about the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and maintain daily contact with Williamson County and Cities Health District and Texas Health and Human Services, we want to provide our families with guidance related to travel as Spring Break approaches.
As we continue to monitor reports of the impact of the Coronavirus, Round Rock ISD, along with our county health departments and state and federal government agencies, remain dedicated to working together to keep our students and staff safe and healthy. This is an ever-evolving situation and we must remain nimble to keep up with the latest developments. In order to keep our community informed, we have created a webpage with current information about Round Rock ISD’s response and plans related to Coronavirus, and also links to helpful information.
As we continue to monitor reports of the impact of the Coronavirus in areas of the world, Round Rock ISD, along with our county health departments and state and federal government agencies, remain dedicated to working together to keep our students and staff safe and healthy.
You may have heard the news reports about the Coronavirus that has caused an outbreak of respiratory illness in areas of the world. While there has not been a confirmed case of the Coronavirus in Texas at this time, we understand this may be a source of concern for our community.
Jollyville Elementary School has been recognized as a Project ADAM (Automatic Defibrillators in Adam’s Memory) Texas Heart Safe School by Cook Children’s Medical Center thanks to the efforts of Colleen Sanchez, RN, the school’s nurse.
Round Rock ISD students, Pre-K through grade 12 are encouraged to receive their annual flu vaccination on Saturday, Oct. 20., from 9 a.m. to noon at C.D. Fulkes Middle School located at 300 W. Anderson Ave., Round Rock, 78681.