RRISD schools earn 115 TEA special distinctions

A total of 35 Round Rock ISD schools earned 115 special distinctions from the Texas Education Agency, including six campuses that earned all available distinctions.

Canyon Creek, Caraway, Great Oaks, Herrington and Spicewood elementary schools and Westwood High School earned all distinctions in all categories for which the schools were eligible, joining more than 400 campuses statewide that also earned all distinctions.

Campus distinctions are aligned with the TEA Accountability Ratings, released in August. RRISD, as well as all District campuses, earned a “Met Standard” designation.

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Teravista students create connections with local police

Students in Stephanie Stoebe's fourth-grade class at Teravista Elementary School kicked off the year by learning about police officers in an effort to get to know the men and women behind the badge. Stoebe was curious about her students' perceptions of police officers...

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RRISD students participate in 2016 Lone Star Leadership Academy camps

Advancing their leadership skills this summer, 23 Round Rock ISD students participated in the 2016 Lone Star Leadership Academy camps. Students were selected to attend one of the Lone Star Leadership Academy camps across Texas, which provided them with the opportunity...

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RRISD students succeed at Math Pentathlon

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Kindergarten through seventh-grade students from 15 Round Rock ISD elementary and middle schools earned recognition at the Math Pentathlon National Academic Tournaments, which challenged their math abilities. Students earned Hall of...

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RRISD schools earn 'No Place for Hate' designation

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]A total of 28 Round Rock ISD schools have been recognized as No Place for Hate campuses for the 2016-2017 school year by the Anti-Defamation League, which certifies the schools to teach lessons such as empowerment against bullying...

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