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Dear Round Rock ISD community,

In the best interest of the health and safety of our students and staff, Round Rock ISD will be extending school and office closures until April 13. This date aligns with both Travis and Williamson counties’ stay home, stay safe orders, and allows our entire community to do our part in keeping each other as healthy as possible.

While this extension could mean students and staff will be back in our schools and facilities on April 13, we should prepare as a community for the strong possibility of school closures extending further, potentially through the end of the school year. Throughout Spring Break and during this school closure, District and campus leadership have been working together to prepare for that possibility and ensure that all students will continue to receive a robust and engaging educational experience. Much of the work has been and is focused on finalizing our transition to an at-home learning platform and training educators prior to April 5, while developing a strategy to ensure device and internet access for our students who may not have these resources readily available.

We know that each of our students has different needs, and our work remains dedicated to ensuring these individual needs are met. In addition to the instructional platform, we are also preparing to fulfill the Individual Education Plans of our thousands of students with special needs as required by federal law. Our special education team is working day and night to determine ways we can transition to providing at-home support for these students.

Beyond instructional and academics, we know our students and families rely on us for so much more. To help provide the nutritional support our students need as campus and office closures continue, our Food Services Department will continue to provide meals for students. We are also in the process of expanding to weekend student meal service. Details on the weekend expansion will be shared with our community soon.

As we navigate and move forward through this uncharted territory, I want to thank the Round Rock ISD Board of Trustees, our students, staff, parents, and community for their support and patience. We will remain committed to ensuring the safety and health of our entire community during this global pandemic and are grateful for our partnership as we work collectively to do what is best for students and staff.

I will continue to write to you as more information is available to keep you, as members of our Round Rock ISD community, informed and mindful of what may be in our future. Updates will also be shared with our community through email, text and phone calls on this developing situation. Please visit our Coronavirus webpage with current information about our District’s response and plans related to COVID-19. We will also provide information on our Facebook and Twitter pages.

Thank you for working alongside us to keep our community, state and nation as healthy and safe as possible.

Respectfully,

Steve Flores, Ph.D.

Superintendent of Schools

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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