Annual RRISD parent survey now open

The annual Round Rock ISD survey is now open for parents to provide valuable feedback on how schools are working and what can be done to improve campus and District practices. The survey will be available through February 9, 2018 and can be accessed in English and...

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Study finds Round Rock ISD is among the most effective school districts in the country

A Stanford University study found that Round Rock ISD posts some of the highest rates of student academic growth in the country. The study, which was the topic of a recent New York Times article, examined test scores of approximately 300 million elementary students...

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Round Rock ISD safety tips: walking or biking to school

Walking and biking are fun and healthy ways to get to school each morning, but students, parents, staff and community members should take precautions to ensure the protection of our  most precious assets: Our children. Parents, teachers and administrators should...

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Future leaders develop skills at the 2017 World Class Leadership Conference

Elementary students across Round Rock ISD spent their morning developing skills that will grow them as future and effective leaders during the World Class Student Leadership Conference on Nov. 4. Hosted at Elsa England Elementary School, the conference offered...

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A+ Foundation awards $13K in grants to RRISD teachers

A+ Education Foundation, a philanthropic arm of A+ Federal Credit Union, awarded $13,257 in grants to 14 Round Rock ISD teachers as part of its 2016 Educator Grant Program. This year the Foundation awarded more than $70,000 in grants to 77 educators in Central Texas....

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RRISD awards $1.9 million in Innovative School Grants to 34 schools

Round Rock ISD has awarded $1.9 million in Innovative School Grants to 34 District campuses, challenging the winning schools to explore, enrich or design an exemplary model of innovation to serve students and the community.

The grants, ranging from $7,500 to 100,000, align with Goal 1 of the RRISD Strategic Plan, which states “we will implement, enhance and support innovative teachings and learning models.” Funded through 2016-2017 budget allocations, the grants were awarded through an internal application and interview process.

“To be the Destination District for Public Schools, we must empower our students and staff to create destination schools,” Superintendent of Schools Dr. Steve Flores said. “The Innovation School Grants are an exciting opportunity for our schools to be creative and think outside of the box to benefit our students and community.”

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