A total of 62 Round Rock ISD students have been named National Merit Scholarship semifinalists by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation. Westwood High School, with 44 semifinalists, led the District in total semifinalists.
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.
On Wednesday, Oct. 16, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. high school seniors set to enter college in the Fall of 2020 and their parents can receive free assistance filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). FAFSA applications for students entering college in the 2020-2021 school year opened Oct. 1.
Counselors from each of the five District high schools will be at the Old Hopewell Meeting Room, immediately adjacent to the Round Rock ISD Lillie Delgado Administration Building located at 1311 Round Rock Ave. in Round Rock.
The Round Rock ISD Board of Trustees approved a $1.2348 tax rate at the regular meeting on September 26. The approved rate reflects a general operating rate of $0.97 and a $0.2648 rate for debt service, which is a $0.07 decrease from the previous year.
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.
EVERY graduating Senior should fill out the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) regardless of income, GPA, or even if they’re still evaluating their postsecondary options. The FAFSA opens Oct. 1. There is no fee to apply.
A+ Education Foundation has awarded 79 educators grants totaling more than $72,000 to help fund creative and innovative programs that will encourage and inspire their students. Among the 79 recipients, $15,454.89 has been awarded to 17 educators from Round Rock ISD.
Recognizing the decades of work that Peggy Mica, Round Rock ISD Career and Technical Education (CTE) Coordinator, has done to better the opportunities for students across the District, Senior Chief of Schools and Innovation Dr. Daniel Presley named Mica the Superintendent’s RRock Star for September 2019.
Hopewell Middle School student Morgan Alexa Go and Westwood High School student Yunoo Kim won the Texas PTA Outstanding Interpretation Award and the National PTA Reflections Award of Excellence, respectively.