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Partners in Education Golf Tournament raises record breaking $90,280

The Round Rock ISD Partners in Education (PIE) Foundation raised over $90,000 during the sold-out 2016 Golf Classic on Oct. 24. St. David’s Round Rock Medical Center was the top sponsor with a $10,000 donation. Ace sponsors ($5,000) included Bartlett Cocke General...

De La Rosa named Superintendent's RRock Star for September

Superintendent of Schools Dr. Steve Flores named Mario De La Rosa, Round Rock ISD director of safety and security, as the RRock Star for September 2016. De La Rosa has led the District’s safety and security measures since 2016. De La Rosa previously served as the law...

RRISD Schools Celebrate National School Lunch Week

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]To recognize the National School Lunch Program and the 30 million children it serves every day, Round Rock ISD schools will recognize National School Lunch Week from October 10-14, 2016. The theme, “Show Your Spirit” is about getting...

RRISD launches InfoCenter for District, campus communications

Round Rock ISD has launched InfoCenter, an all-in-one tool for families to manage District and campus communication. InfoCenter provides access to all the messages and information sent by each respective campus and is accessible from any internet-enabled device....

Round Rock ISD names Mussey new Deep Wood principal

Round Rock ISD has named Reba Mussey the new principal of Deep Wood Elementary School. Mussey has served as the assistant principal of Cactus Ranch Elementary School since 2014 and previously held the position as assistant principal at Jollyville Elementary School....

Westwood athlete breaks 1K assists, recognized nationally

Westwood High School Senior Paige Etherington has worked all summer on improving the number of assists she completes on the volleyball court by 30 percent. She has now surpassed her goal, assisting for more than 1,000 points and has grabbed the attention of national...

Hernandez IB student advocates for gender equality

As part of her eighth-grade International Baccalaureate (IB) project, Trinity Henderson decided to educate her classmates about gender inequality. She became interested in the topic after facing obstacles when trying out for the football team. “The reason I decided to...