Studies show that children who don’t read or practice skills during summer vacation experience a slide in their reading and academic abilities by the time they return to school in the Fall.Round Rock ISD Director of Library Services, Ami Uselman, offers her top tips for students to avoid the summer slide.
Round Rock High School hosted the 2nd annual Central Texas Teen and Kids Comic Con where more than 3,500 attendees showed up for costume contests, meet local artists and vendors, and most importantly, to encourage students to read.
C.D. Fulkes and Ridgeview middle schools joined forces to give students at both schools a shared reading experience during the “Read It Forward” campaign. The goal is for the two middle schools to have a shared experience when entering into Cedar Ridge High School as freshmen.
Over 20 campuses competed in the third annual Reading Rumble, a competition where middle school students across the District answer trivia questions from 11 books they were challenged to read. Watch the video to learn more.
Round Rock ISD Library Services hosts the Central Texas Teen & Kids Comic Con at Round Rock High School (201 Deep Wood Dr., Round Rock) on Saturday, Feb. 16 from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. This free event offers teens, kids, and educators the chance to interact with comic creators, participate in workshops, and showcase their creativity.