Category: Safety and Security

“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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Parents needed to serve on School Safety Committee

Round Rock ISD is seeking parents to serve on a School Safety Committee. The committee addresses school safety in a variety of ways, including strengthening mental health initiatives and ensuring all school district employees are equipped to respond to emergencies.

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Safety and Security Update: December 2019

The Williamson County Commissioners took no action on a proposed Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on its agenda Tuesday that would’ve allowed for the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office to provide School Resource Officers (SROs) to all middle and high schools in the District long term. There is currently an MOU in place to provide SROs until June 2021.The Board of Trustees will discuss next steps during their regular meeting on Thursday. 

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Round Rock ISD Expands Safety & Security Department to Include Focus on Behavioral Health

Round Rock ISD Superintendent Steve Flores, Ph.D., announced a re-organization of the District’s administrative structure Wednesday to include an expansion of the Safety and Security office and a new position of Director of Behavioral Health.As part of the new structure, Jeffrey Yarbrough will be promoted from Director to Executive Director of Safety and Security. Behavioral Health and Risk Management will now be under the Safety and Security umbrella.

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Bond 2018 Program Update: Fall 2019

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. 

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Safety and Security Community Task Force to host Town Hall meetings

A community task force appointed by Round Rock Independent School District has been discussing and evaluating long-term strategies for student and staff safety for the past eight months. As task force members begin the process of drafting a final report for the Board of Trustees, they are seeking input from Round Rock ISD community members.

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