Category: Teaching & Learning

Home Access Center adds report cards

“Adding report cards is another way the District continues to add value to the Home Access Center,” said Katie Rice, student application support manager. “HAC is a central location for parents and students to manage their grades, assignments, and other information related to campus life.”

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Superintendent Update: Plans for Summer and Fall

Turning a massive, traditional education system “on a dime,” so to speak, into a virtual environment has been challenging and complicated, particularly as we worked to ensure all of our students had access to the tools they needed to continue learning. There are no words to adequately express my gratitude for your patience and support and to our dedicated educators, administrators and operations staff who worked day and night to support students.We are all ready to turn the page on 2019-2020, but we also know we still face an uncertain future. With that in mind, I want to share with you our plans for the summer and how we are working to design the 2020-2021 school year.

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Kat Malone named Round Rock ISD’s 2021 Secondary Teacher of the Year

Receiving the surprise of the year in front of her home, Success High School English Teacher Kat Malone was named Round Rock ISD’s 2021 Secondary Teacher of the Year (TOY). She received the good news during a visit from Superintendent Steve Flores, Ph.D., Success Principal Thomasine Stewart, and District staff. 

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Class of 2020 Valedictorian and Salutatorian Surprise

Congratulations to the Round Rock ISD Class of 2020 Valedictorians and Salutatorians! This week, 12 Round Rock ISD high school students were surprised with the news of the year as they were named their school’s Val and Sal! Principals and campus staff stopped by to celebrate.

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How Grading Works: Elementary School

The biggest goal for at-home learning at the elementary level is to keep students engaged in learning. This video will help answer some basic questions on how grading will work at the elementary school level. Visit the FAQ section at for more.

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How Grading Works: Middle School

With the transition to at-home learning, one of the biggest questions middle school parents may have is how grading will work for the spring semester? In this video, we explain how grades will be calculated for middle school students. Have more grading questions? Visit the FAQ section at

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