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Tips to Stay Healthy

What should you do when you Cough or Sneeze?
Watch this video created by our broadcast crew to see more.

It is very important to wash your hands, especially after blowing their nose, before and after eating, after using bathroom and after recess/PE.
Watch this Video to learn more about WHEN to wash your hands

Students should remain home when they have: 

  • A fever of 100 degrees or more. A fever along with a rash, earache, sore throat, or nausea may indicate a highly contagious infection. Children must be fever- free for 24 hours before returning to school (without the aid of medication). 
  • A persistent, productive cough and wheezing together with thick or constant nasal discharge. 
  • Persistent vomiting and diarrhea (more than once) during the previous night. 
  • To prevent the spread of a contagious disease, ill students must be symptom free from vomiting, diarrhea, etc. 
  • An un-diagnosed rash, especially coupled with a fever and behavioral changes. 
  • Pinkeye in which there is a white or yellow discharge, often with matted eyelids after sleep, and eye pain, redness or itching. 
  • Head lice. Once head lice have been treated and there are no more live lice, the student has to be cleared by the school nurse and then may return to school. Students cannot return until all lice are treated and removed. 
  • Strep throat, scarlet fever, measles, chickenpox or any other communicable disease until released by a doctor. 
  • Any physical or emotional condition that would prevent him / her from participating comfortably in class.


  • Before, during, and after preparing food;
  • Before eating food;
  • Before and after caring for someone who is sick;
  • Before and after treating a cut or wound;
  • After using the toilet;
  • After changing diapers or cleaning up a child who has used the toilet;
  • After blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing;
  • After touching an animal or animal waste; and
  • After touching garbage.

Parents, here are additional resources for you:






Registration and Enrollment for RRISD

Welcome to Round Rock ISD! Whether your child is gearing up for a new year, transferring to Round Rock ISD from another school district, or starting school for the first time, the information on this page can help you make the transition a smooth one.

Registration and Enrollment Page

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Supply Lists 2019-2020

School Hours, Breakfast Service Times & Late Arrivals

Doors open at 7:00 am each morning. Please make every attempt to get your child to school on time. I would suggest you aim for 7:30 to allow them plenty of time to get to their classroom.

The required school hours are 7:40 am – 2:55 pm.

Breakfast is served from 7:00 am – 7:35 am. Students must arrive prior to 7:35 in order to get breakfast.

Class begins at 7:40 am. It is very important for your child to be in the classroom at 7:40 am when our school day begins. If they are NOT in the CLASSROOM at 7:40 am they are counted as tardy. If this becomes a chronic issue, you will be contacted by Mrs. Lucas or Mrs. Nilson to discuss the circumstances, and come up with a plan to help get your child to school on time.

When students arrive at school late can impact them for the rest of the day. They have missed out on important information and learning opportunities when they arrive late.

Join the PTA

We are so excited for this 2019-2020 school year! This is just a friendly reminder to renew your PTA membership for this school year.
It is 5$/person to join, and it is free for teachers and staff. Here are a couple of ways that you can sign up.
In Person:
  • Visit our PTA table at school events and pick up one of our PTA membership forms.
  • Fill it out.
  • Hand it to one of our wonderful PTA volunteers and bring exact change OR drop off your money later at the front desk in an envelope labeled with your name and “FOR PTA MEMBERSHIP”.
  • Visit JoinPTA.org
  • State: Texas
  • School District: Round Rock ISD
  • School: Gattis Elementary School PTA
  • Hit “Submit”
  • Proceed to fill out your personal information
  • Hit “Continue”
  • At this point you can add additional members or checkout
  • There is a $1.50 service charge on JoinPTA.org
  • We understand that paying extra isn’t ideal, but when our members sign up in this way (online) it helps us be more efficient
It is a great feeling to have so many parents/teachers/guardians etc. be involved in PTA, so thank you for being a member of PTA last year. Let’s continue on with the wonderful support and involvement for this year!


¡Estamos muy animados para este año escolar 2019-2020! Este mensaje es un simple recordatorio a renovar su membrecía del PTA para este año escolar.

Cuesta $5/persona para inscribirse, y es gratis para maestras y personal. Abajo hay instrucciones para las maneras en que se puede inscribir.
En persona:

  • Visita nuestra mesa de PTA en los eventos escolares y recoge una de las formas de membresía del PTA.
  • Llena la forma.
  • Entregaselo a uno de nuestros voluntari@s maravillos@s y traigan cambio exacto O traigan su dinero después a la oficina en un sobre etiquetado con su nombre y la palabras “PARA LA MEMBRESÍA DEL PTA”.

En línea:

  • Visita JoinPTA.org
  • Estado: Texas
  • Distrito: Round Rock ISD
  • Escuela: Gattis Elementary School PTA
  • Haz clic “Submit”.
  • Procede a llenar su información personal.
  • Haz clic “Continue”.
  • Es aquí en donde puedes agregar más miembros o continúe con su pago.
  • Hay un cargo de servicio de $1.50 addicional cuando te inscribes por JoinPTA.org.
  • Entendemos que no es lo óptimo pagar extra, ¡pero cuando nuestros miembros se inscriben de esta manera nos ayuda ser más eficientes!

Es un placer tener a tant@s padres/maestras/guardianes/etc. estar tan involucrados en el PTA, y les queremos dar las gracias por ser parte del PTA el año pasado. ¡Vamos a continuar con este apoyo y compromiso tan increíble en este siguiente año escolar!



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