New student enrollment NOW OPEN
Annual forms for returning students are required each school year. If your student’s forms are not completed, please visit the enrollment portal on the District’s website. It’s fast, secure, and easy; you can even do it on your mobile phone.
After-School Classes and Clubs
Your campus may elect to offer activities virtually. Until further notice in-person on-campus after-school classes and clubs are unavailable. Stay connected with your school to learn if virtual activities will be available.
Back to School Night
Check with your school to learn their plans for Open House or Back-to-School Night. Many schools are deciding to hold these events virtually. These events are the ideal time to meet your student(s) teacher(s) and learn more about student expectations.
Class Schedules and Teacher Assignments
Each school has their own method for notifying students of class schedules and teacher assignments. Most middle and high school students will gain access to their schedules and teacher assignments when they login to their Schoology account. Elementary schools may provide virtual teacher meet and greets. Contact your school to see what they have planned. Link to School Websites
We have implemented significant proactive measures to help safeguard the health and safety of our students and staff. Review the Reimagining Education campus re-entry and virtual learning plan. Students and staff will be expected to adhere to hygiene and social distancing routines to maintain healthy, safe learning environments.
Parents/guardians should contact COVID-19 screenings with their student(s) each morning, ensure their student(s) has a clean face covering, and sanitize backpacks and supplies before returning to school. Review the Reimagining Education campus re-entry and virtual learning plan for more information about wearing face coverings while on campus.
Students will need to login to Schoology each school day. Using the Schoology learning management system, students participate in synchronous and asynchronous learning.
Campuses offer a breakfast and lunch program. Breakfast and lunch menus.
- Elementary Students – Lunch $2.80, Breakfast $1.50
- Secondary Students – Lunch $3.05, Breakfast $1.50
On-campus, students follow safety protocols to ensure social distancing, touchless transactions, and eliminate cross-contact when they pick up packaged meals, then return to the classroom or a designated area to eat. Staff follows enhanced food preparation and distribution safety protocols. No student will be allowed to leave school for lunch.
Curbside meal service at designated locations will be available for students who elect to continue virtual learning. Students are not permitted to leave campus for lunch.
Meals may be purchased with cash or a check at the cafeteria. Parents can also use MySchoolBucks to pre-pay online, via the app or over the phone with a credit card or electronic check. Learn more about our Food Services.
Students receiving free or reduced-price lunches must apply every year. Students receiving free/reduced lunches last school year will continue to receive benefits for 30 days. If an application is not submitted and processed by that time, the student status will automatically be changed to paid. Please allow up to two weeks for application processing. Learn more about Free and Reduced Meals
Parents, guardians, grandparents, teachers, staff, community members — anyone who wants to help children can join the PTA. Visit Round Rock ISD PTA online to become a member.
Each teacher or school has individual supply requests, so it’s best to get the list directly from the campus. Many campuses post their supply lists on the school website. If you have questions about school supply needs for your student or if you purchased prepackaged school supplies from the campus PTA, please ask your student’s teacher.
During the COVID-19 public health crisis, families are encouraged to transport their student(s) to and from school. However, we understand that’s not possible for all families. Bus transportation is available to students who live two or more miles from their zoned campus. Find your route and learn more about Transportation Services.
Students eligible for transportation service are issued a SMART Tag card. Students place their student ID card on the SMART Tag tablet sensor when they load and unload the bus.
Stay connected with what’s happening at your student’s school by joining the PTA, reading school newsletters, and visiting the campus or District website(s). Schools and the District use social media to share students’ and staff’s achievements as well as other relevant community information and events.
Round Rock ISD uses the e-flyer distribution system, Peachjar. E-flyers are sent directly to your email, making them an environmentally friendly way to connect school, family, and community. For your convenience, email frequency is customizable. Register for a Peachjar account if you aren’t receiving eflyers.
Round Rock ISD app
The free app is customizable and gives you the information you want to know from your student’s school. The app provides easy access to a variety of District tools and resources all in one place right from your mobile device. Find out more helpful features and download the app.
We’re delighted to welcome your family and child(ren) to Round Rock ISD.
Your address determines the school your child(ren) is zoned to attend. If you’re unsure which school to enroll your child(ren), look up your address online to locate your school or call 512-428-2465.
Parents/guardians enroll their child(ren) using our Infosnap Online Registration Solution System presented by Power Schools. Create your parent account to securely complete online enrollment at home on your personal computer, tablet, or smartphone. If you need the use of a computer or require help completing enrollment registration, please visit your zoned campus. Call the individual school to set up an appointment or to check hours for in-person registration.
During the online enrollment process, you will need to provide proof of address, proof of age of the student, and the student’s immunization record to the school; for high school students, also provide transcripts for grades 9-12. Call your school’s Registrar for more details.
Children must be five years old on or before September 1 to start kindergarten. To enter first grade, a child must be six years old on or before September 1 and must have successfully completed kindergarten. Learn more about enrolling and attending kindergarten at a Round Rock ISD school. In Spring, early pre-registration for kindergarten opens. In July, registration for new students Pre-K – grade 12 opens.
Qualifying children must be four years old on or before September 1 to start pre-kindergarten. When new student registration opens in July, parents need to create a parent portal account to complete pre-kindergarten registration. Learn more about qualifying for pre-kindergarten and how to enroll.
If you want to change schools but have not moved, you can request a student transfer. Please contact the Registrar at your zoned campus for details. Transfer approval is determined on space availability, demonstration of genuine need, and student history. Learn more about student transfers.
HEALTH and WELLNESS
School counselors are present to support the mental health needs of every student across the District. School counselors are available via email, office phone, Google Voice, and Google Meet. Parents and students may find resources on the counseling services website.
Each campus has a designated COVID Campus Contact who works closely with the campus nurse and district staff to ensure safety precautions are in place. Review safety precautions and policy on face-covering in the Reimagining Education campus re-entry and virtual learning plan.
Students must be up-to-date on all required immunizations before starting school, and the proof is required at the time of enrollment. Free and reduced cost immunizations are available through a variety of local agencies. For more information, call Round Rock ISD Health Services at 512-464-5127. Immunization Information.
Anonymous Alerts allows students or parents to anonymously submit sensitive or urgent student issues quickly to school officials. Reports such as bullying, cyberbullying, depression, dating violence, drug or alcohol use, threats against the school, weapons on campus, and more can be made online or access Anonymous Alerts by downloading the District’s app. All messages submitted remain completely anonymous.
To minimize the risk of exposure, on-campus visitors will be limited to those essential to school operations:
- Guest Educators
- Emergency personnel
- Brinks Security
- Mail Delivery (front office only)
- Others as determined by Campus Administration
Parents/Guardians who come to campus to pick up a student from school are limited to either remaining outside and utilizing the intercom system. If this option is not available, they may come into the front office area to sign out their child.
Parents/Guardians who need to provide student medication should contact the school nurse and set up an appointment to deliver the medication to the school.
Visitors who are allowed on campus will proceed to the reception area, where they will be asked to respond to a series of health screening questions before entering. Visitors will be required to wear face coverings at all times and will be granted access to limited areas of the building, as determined by the campus administration.
Clear Bag Policy
A Clear Bag Policy is instituted at all large scale events held at the Kelly Reeves Athletic Complex and Dragon Stadium in Round Rock ISD. These will include events such as varsity football games, band marching contests, and other highly attended events.
School Safety Zones
Be aware that school zones are put in place to ensure children’s safety in and around schools. While traveling in school zones, reduce vehicle speed, expect increased traffic, be on the lookout for buses and high concentrations of pedestrians, obey crossing guards, traffic offices, and police officers. Nothing is more precious than the life of a child. Slow down, pay attention, and ensure students’ safety as they travel to and from school.
Student Code of Conduct
Students should be mindful of their online and offline behavior, how it can affect themselves and others – Review the Round Rock ISD Student Code of Conduct. “David’s Law information,” or” Senate Bill 179 makes it a Class A misdemeanor and allows a temporary injunction against social media accounts used to electronically harass or cyberbully someone under age 18 through text message, social media, websites or other means with the intent of causing them to commit suicide or harm themselves.
Entrance doors at all campuses are locked during school hours. To gain access to the front office, visitors will need to show identification and request entry through the video intercom system.
While on campus, all visitors are required to check-in at the front office. Intercoms are installed outside of the school’s front office. Visitors should be prepared to show their ID and state the nature of their visit to the front office staff using the video intercom system.
Students participate in virtual learning Monday-Friday. Students follow a daily schedule with periods of daily, live instruction with certified teachers and periods of self-paced, independent learning.
Find more information about virtual learning, including available student services and sample schedules for each grade level in the Reimagining Education campus re-entry and virtual learning plan.
Students must have access to the Internet and a device to log on to their Schoology Learning Management account. The District offers device and hotspot check-out for families who require assistance in gaining access to a device for their virtual student(s).