“A key component of Round Rock ISD being the destination district for public schools is the need for student voice and student leadership,” Superintendent of Schools Dr. Steve Flores said.
Leaders across Round Rock ISD secondary campuses were honored during the annual Student Leadership Recognition events.
Leaders of campus organizations were recognized with a certificate and a reception following the events, which highlighted the students’ contributions to their respective campuses.
“A key component of Round Rock ISD being the destination district for public schools is the need for student voice and student leadership,” Superintendent of Schools Dr. Steve Flores said. “I am continuously impressed by the caliber of responsibility and leadership by our students, which could not be possible without the support of outstanding parents and campus staff.”
The events were organized by the district Student Advisory Board (SAB), an organization consisting of 21 students from secondary campuses, with a mission to provide advice to Superintendent of Schools Dr. Steve Flores. The group is made up of 10 middle school student council presidents, six high school student council presidents and five high school junior class presidents.
The first Student Leadership Recognition event was held Feb. 29 and honored student leaders at Cedar Ridge and Success high schools and C.D. Fulkes and Ridgeview middle schools.
This post will be updated with photos from upcoming Student Leadership Recognition events, scheduled to be held March 7, March 10, April 4, and April 7.