- No School: March 23 - April 5. Stay informed by checking RRISD website
- Feel free to continue to use the resources I sent out in last week's Special Weekly Update.
- Round Rock ISD has sent out an email last night, Sunday, March 22nd about Home Learning for the next 2 weeks. Below is the email and links if you missed it. Please, feel free to message me via Class Dojo. Your child is welcome to post pictures, messages and videos via Class Dojo too!
We are pleased to announce that Round Rock ISD has launched the Home Learning Hub for at-home learning during the school closure.
You can access the Hub from our District’s website and from this direct link:
This is a challenging time for everyone, but we hope that by providing learning activities for students to participate in from home we can help bring normalcy and routine and give students and parents resources to maintain educational progress.
Round Rock ISD’s Home Learning Hub includes grade-level resources anchored in our Aligned Round Rock Curriculum (ARRC) which is the foundation for all teaching and learning in the District. These resources were designed with choice and flexibility in mind and to keep students actively engaged in grade level content. Students are encouraged to engage with core content activities daily.
These resources are intended to provide optional enrichment during the cancellation of classes scheduled from March 23 - April 3. We are also providing take-home packets at our curbside breakfast and lunch distribution sites for students who have limited access to devices or the Internet.
Please continue to check Round Rock ISD’s Coronavirus web page for updates:
As always, our primary focus is the health and safety of our students, staff and community, but we encourage students and families to take advantage of this resource to keep students’ minds active and engaged during this unprecedented time. If you have questions related to the school closure please email them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chief of Teaching and Learning
Steve Flores, Ph.D.
Superintendent of Schools