Live Oak

Elementary School
2020-2021 School YearVirtual Learning Info
Reimagining Education plans for 2020 – 2021 now available

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Pet Vaccination Clinic, Tuesday Sept 29th, 5p-7p. Due to Covid, See Below for Location Change
One of the best ways to support Live Oak Elementary is to join the PTA!  To join: go to joinPTA.org, enter Round Rock ISD as the district and find Live Oak Elementary!
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 Pet Vaccination Clinic, Tuesday Sept 29th, 5p-7p. Due to Covid, See Below for Location Change

Live Oak Elementary’s Pet Vaccination Clinic will be held on September 29th from 5pm-7pm. Due to COVID-19, this Pet Vaccination Clinic will be at Dr. Tarlton’s Austin Avenue Animal Hosptial in Georgetown at 2201 S. Austin Ave. He will be honoring his Pet Vaccination Clinic prices at his animal hospital for this event. If you have three or more pets, please send an email to LonghornLana@aol.com with the following information the day before the pet clinic:

Owner: name, address, phone

Pet: name, breed, sex, age, size (small, med, large), color, dog/cat (cat-short,

med or long hair), spayed/neutered

What service is needed?

cat/dog rabies $5

$25 flu and $25 rattlesnake (series of 2, then yearly)

cat PRCC/FeLuk $15

dog DHLP/P/C, $15

deworm (cat/dog) $5

Bordetella $10

Dr. Tarlton’s office will complete the paperwork ahead of time so that you can just come to the pet clinic, get in line, and it will all be done without spending much time there. If you have any questions, please call Austin Avenue Animal Hospital at 512-863-5319.

 

Welcome to Virtual Meet the Teacher! 

Click on your student’s grade level Meet the Teacher Video to meet your teachers.

Have a question or want to know something specific to your student’s grade level? Click on the Q&A link to type your question. Your student’s teacher will get you an answer asap, so be sure to check back often. 

We look forward to meeting you!

Click Here to Meet our Principal       Click Here to Meet our Asst. Principal

Click Here for a Message from our PTA

 

Kindergarten Meet the Teacher Video

Kindergarten Q&A

3rd Grade Meet the Teacher Video

3rd Grade Q&A

1st Grade Meet the Teacher Video

1st Grade Q&A

4th Grade Meet the Teacher Video

4th Grade Q&A

2nd Grade Meet the Teacher Video

2nd Grade Q&A

5th Grade Meet the Teacher Video

5th Grade Q&A

FAC Meet the Teacher Video

FAC Q&A

Meet our Counselors

Meet our TAG Teacher

Meet our Specials Teachers

Meet our ECSE Teachers

ECSE Q&A

 

Be sure to check out Round Rock ISD’s Reimagining Education FamilyNet, where you can get help and support with online learning. There are resources for parents and students including Chat Support! Click here for more info.

Curbside meal service will begin on Aug. 20 for Round Rock ISD students. 

 For service for the first three weeks of school, families are asked to fill out an online meal order form by Aug. 17 to request meal service. Only one response is needed per family and multiple children can be added to one form. Families  are encouraged to fill out the meal order form to assist Food Services in meal preparation, help avoid waste and expedite checkout. Parents who do not fill out the form for their student may still pick up meals and should be prepared to show the student’s ID or a document/report card with the student’s ID printed.

If virtual learning were to continue for all students beyond the first three weeks, families will not be asked to submit another meal order form.

Meal distribution will take place on Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. During meal distribution, lunch and breakfast for the following day will be provided. To pick up the meals, families should have the student name and ID written on paper and placed on the car’s dashboard.

Meal distribution sites are*: 

Round Rock High School, 201 Deep Wood Dr, Round Rock: Near band parking lot  

Cedar Ridge High School, 2801 Gattis School Rd., Round Rock: Front of the school

Stony Point High School, 1801 Tiger Trail, Round Rock: Staff parking lot 

Westwood High School, 12400 Mellow Meadow Dr., Austin: Entrance by the gym

Deerpark Middle School, 8849 Anderson Mill Rd., Austin:  Side of school near cafeteria

C.D. Fulkes Middle School, 300 W Anderson Ave., Round Rock: Outside the cafeteria 

Hopewell Middle School, 1535 Gulf Way, Round Rock: Front of the school 

Bluebonnet Elementary, 1010 Chisholm Valley Dr., Round Rock:  Front of the school

Old Town Elementary School, 2200 Chaparral Dr., Round Rock: Front of the school

Forest North Elementary School, 13414 Broadmeade Ave., Austin: Front of the school

Joe Lee Johnson Elementary, 2800 Sauls Dr., Austin: Front of the school

Double File Trail Elementary School, 2400 Chandler Creek Blvd., Round Rock: Front of the school

*Distribution locations for virtual learning students may change once on-campus learning resumes. 

Families will be required to pay for meals if they do not qualify for Free meals. Reduced Students will receive Breakfast at $0.30 and Lunch at $0.40. Students who do not qualify for the free and reduced program will receive meals at the following rates:

Breakfast – $1.50 for all levels

Elementary Lunch – $2.80

Middle and High School Lunch – $3.05

Families  can add funds to the student’s lunch account using the online deposit system My School Bucks (MSB) or through the MSB app. Cash and check payments will be accepted curbside as well. No change will be available for cash payments. 

Please continue to visit the District’s Food Services and Reimagining Education websites for the latest information and updates. We will also provide information on our Facebook and Twitter pages.

Kindergarten

12 count pack of pencils

2x 24 count box of crayons

Scissors

Kleenex

1 Crayola washable thick classic markers – 8 ct

1 box facial tissue

2 Elmer’s Small Glue – 4 oz

1 Elmer’s Small Glue Stick – 4 ct

1 blue Plastic Pocket & Brad Folder

1 green Plastic Pocket & Brad Folder

1 Plastic Pencil Box

1 Set of Headphones

1 purple Plastic Pocket & Brad Folder

3 non perforated spiral notebook wide ruled – 70 ct

 

Boys

1 reclosable gallon bags 20 ct.

 

Girls

1 reclosable quart bags 25 ct.

 

1st Grade

1 green spiral notebook – wide ruled 70 ct

1 blue spiral notebook – wide ruled 70 ct

1 red spiral notebook – wide  ruled 70 ct

2 black marble composition books – wide ruled 100 ct

2 red plastic folders with pockets and brads

1 blue plastic folder with pockets and brads

2 boxes Crayola classic crayons 24ct

1 Box Crayola classic markers 10ct

12  Elmer’s glue sticks

3    latex free pink Erasers

2    boxes facial tissue

24 Ticonderoga No. 2 Pencils

1    Fiskars Blunt Scissors 5in

1    box gallon storage bags 40 ct

1    box quart storage bags 20 ct   

1    Expo chisel black dry    

      Erase marker 4 ct

1    Plastic Pencil Box

1    Set of Headphones

 

2nd Grade

1 – Washable Thick Classic Marker 8 Ct.

1 – Plastic School Box

1 – Spiral Wide Ruled Notebooks (70ct) in each color – Blue, Red and Green

1 – 16 Ct Crayola Crayons

1 – 12 x 18 Asst. Construction Paper 50 ct.

24 – #2 Wood Pencils

6 – Small Elmer’s Glue Stick

1 – 5″ Blunt Scissors

1 – Box of Reclosable Gallon Bags – 20 ct.

1 – Box of Reclosable Quart Bags – 25

3 – 100ct Mead Marble Comp Book

1 – Red, Blue, Yellow, Green and Purple Pocket and Brad Folder

1 – Ream Copy Paper 

1- Colored Pencils

1- Individual Pencil Sharpener

1   Set of Headphones

 

3rd Grade

1   box facial tissue

7   solid pocket & brad folders

1   box 12 count pre-sharpened color pencils

1   box 24 count crayons

1   box 20 count reclosable bags (any size)

40 pre-sharpened No. 2 pencils

3 elmer’s glue stick

1 sharp scissors 5in.

3 pink bevel eraser (Latex Free)

6 wide rule composition book (100 pages)

1 plastic school box (8.5 x  5.75 x 2.5)

2 expo dry erase markers

1 Plastic Pencil Box

1 Set of Headphones

 

 

4th Grade

4 spiral notebooks (varying SOLID colors)

4 composition notebooks (varying SOLID colors)

2 packs of 12 count colored pencils

2 packs of 20 count No. 2 pencils

1 pack of 4 count pocket style highlighters

2 packs of 6 count glue sticks

1 Scissors 5 in.

5 plastic pocket folders WITH brads

1 Plastic  Pencil Box

1 box of facial tissue

2 dry erase markers 4pk

1 sticky notes package (400 ct.)

1 pack of 24 count pencil top erasers

1 pack of 2 count large pink Erasers

1 Plastic Pencil Box

1 Set of Headphones

 

 

 

5th Grade

1 package of pre-sharpened No. 2 pencils (Latex Free)

1 colored pre-sharpened pencils 12 ct. classic colors

2 glue sticks

5 pocket & brad folders

5 black marble composition book, wide rule 100ct

1 classic color markers

1 facial tissue family size

1 package dry erase markers

1 scissors 5 in. 

1 Plastic Pencil Box

1 Set of Headphones

If you plan to be a Watch D.O.G., go on a field trip, volunteer in the classroom, or work with students, you must complete the online application AND receive approval. Online Volunteer Application. Watch D.O.G.s please also complete this Online Form as well.

Some helpful tips to remember when submitting your volunteer application:

  1. Please complete entire form.
  2. Select the school(s) where you would like to volunteer (you can choose more than one school).
  3. Please make sure that you click the SUBMIT button.

Thank you in advance for going through this process. We look forward to you volunteering at our school!

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