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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.

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RRISD Elementary School Hours:

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

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.

Offering Summer Meals for Students 

Summer Meal Program Continues

Parents and Educators: The Texas Department of Agriculture is offering no-cost meals this summer for children 18 and younger, and enrolled students with disabilities up to 21 years old through its Summer Meal Programs!

It looks like they will continue to serve students breakfast and lunch at Montelena Apartments and Callison Elementary.

INFO CARD (English and Spanish): https://txcsites.com/txagri/Parent-Information-Card.pdf

WEBSITE: http://squaremeals.org/Programs/SummerFeedingPrograms.aspx


MEAL SITE: SummerFood.org or text FOODTX daily to 877-877 for location information. For Spanish speakers, please text COMIDA daily to 877-877.

 

Our Dual Language Program

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the District’s closure, we will be unable to follow the standard procedures for English Proficient Learners (EPL) entry into the DL program.

For registration information for the school year 2020 -2021, please view the attached parent information video and download the application on the last slide.

Thank you in advance for your patience and understanding,

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.

WHEN YOU SHOULD WASH YOUR HANDS:

  • 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:

Parent Guide to At Home Learning

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