Jollyville

Jollyville

Elementary School

6720 Corpus Christi Drive
Austin, TX 78729
Principal Scott Morgan
Scott Morgan
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School Information
  • Hours: 7:45 a.m. – 2:45 p.m.
  • School colors: Navy Blue, Green & White
  • Mascot: Jaguars
  • Grades: K-5
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Jollyville Elementary

Quick Numbers

Student Enrollment

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Academic Achievement

Information compiled from 2013-2014 Texas Academic Performance Report (TAPR).

2013-2014 STAAR Scores

READING WRITING MATH    SCIENCE
Grade 3 82% 75%
Grade 4 71% 56% 71%
Grade 5 90% 89% 79%
Student and Staff Profile

*Information compiled from 2013-2014 TAPR Report.

Student Ethnic distribution:

AFRICAN AMERICAN HISPANIC WHITE NATIVE AMERICAN ASIAN PACIFIC ISLANDER TWO OR MORE RACES
12.2% 29.0% 41.0% 0.0% 12.6% 0% 5.2%

Student Enrollment by Program:

BILINGUAL/ESL

GIFTED & TALENTED

SPECIAL EDUCATION

Attendance Rate: 96.4%

Percentage of economically disadvantaged students: 41.4%

Percentage of at-risk students: 34.9%

Percentage of English Language Learners (ELL) students: 11.3%

Percentage of students with disciplinary placements (2012-13): 0.7%

Total Staff: 54.7

Professional Staff: 42.0

Educational Aides: 12.7

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Teachers by ethnicity and sex:

AFRICAN AMERICAN HISPANIC WHITE NATIVE AMERICAN ASIAN PACIFIC ISLANDER TWO OR MORE RACES
0% 11.9% 85.1% 3.0% 0% 0% 0%

 

Males: 3.0%
Females: 97.0%

Teachers by years of experience:

BEGINNING 1-5 YEARS 6-10 YEARS  11-20 YEARS OVER 20 YEARS
0% 14.9% 29.9% 43.3% 11.9%

Average years experience of teachers:

Jollyville Showcase

We visited Jollyville Elementary School recently to find how the Jaguars are growing smarter every day. We found kindergarteners celebrating the “100th day of School,” art students learning about composition and others enjoying the warm February temps during physical education classes. With the guidance of excellent teachers, it is clear that a passion for lifelong learning is being developed…

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Jollyville students show off science projects

The hallways at Jollyville Elementary were filled with tri-fold science projects from wall-to-wall last week for the annual science fair. All third, fourth and fifth-grade students were interviewed about their projects by independent volunteer judges and assigned scores and places.

Following the fair, students and families were invited to Science Fair Night January 29 to find out which projects won ribbons.

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KidsVision brings 20/20 vision to elementary students

  Students are seeing life a little clearer thanks to KidsVision for Life Central Texas, an organization that provides free vision exams and glasses at schools across Round Rock ISD. The KidsVision mobile clinic has visited Berkman, Bluebonnet, Gattis, Robertson and Voigt elementary schools this year. The group plans to also visit Anderson Mill, Caldwell…

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