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.
For the second consecutive year, Berkman Principal Kathy Cawthron has been recognized as one of the top administrators in the state as she was named a finalist for the H-E-B Excellence in Education Principal Award.
Forest Creek Elementary School has achieved a Level 1 certification in the Marzano High Reliability Schools™ program for creating a safe and collaborative culture.The High Reliability School (HRS) program was created by Marzano Research to help transform schools into organizations that take proactive steps to ensure student success.
Penny Oates has been named the new principal of Callison Elementary School. With more than 20 years of experience in education, Oates has most recently served Round Rock ISD as the Assistant Principal of Bluebonnet Elementary School since 2017.
In front of an enthusiastic crowd full of campus Teachers of the Year from across Round Rock ISD, Voigt Arts Integration Academy Instructional Technology Specialist (ITS) Katie Leining was named as the District’s 2020 Elementary Teacher of the Year.
Walking into the cafeteria to the cheers of students and staff at Berkman Elementary Arts Integration Academy, principal Kathy Cawthorn received the surprise of the year as she was named a finalist for the H-E-B Excellence in Education Principal Award.
Moving forward on major Bond 2018 projects, the Round Rock ISD Board of Trustees approved architects to develop master plans and designs for the rebuild of C.D. Fulkes Middle School and the Aquatics Center during their Regular Meeting in February.
Kimberly Wassmuth, an Instructional Technology Specialist at C.D. Fulkes Middle School, is the latest featured campus leader in Round Rock ISD’s I Lead video series. She leads her campus by cultivating creativity and works collaboratively with teachers to find ways to bring technology into their classroom.
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.