March 3, 2017 – District Digest – 3 Things to Know in Round Rock ISD

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RRISD to host Bond 2017 public forums, now accepting questions and presentation requests
Round Rock ISD will host five public forums to share details about its upcoming Bond Election, totaling $572.1 million to address growth and innovation across the District.

Community members are also invited to submit feedback and questions regarding the Bond and request future Bond 2017 presentations for community organizations.

The public meeting dates, all beginning at 6:30 p.m., and locations are listed below:
Tuesday, March 21 — Cedar Ridge High School,
Monday, March 27 — Round Rock High School,
Thursday, March 30 — McNeil High School,
Monday, April 3 — Westwood High School and
Wednesday, April 5 — Stony Point High School.

[RRISD to host Bond 2017 public forum]

District seeks School Health Advisory Council (SHAC) committee members

Interested in supporting students and schools in an advisory role to the Board of Trustees? The Round Rock ISD School Health Advisory Council (SHAC) has vacant positions on its committee.

The RRISD School Health Advisory Council serves to inform and engage the Board of Trustees on issues surrounding Coordinated School Health. By engaging a variety of community stakeholders, and especially District parents, our District’s school health policies and education curriculum reflect the values and needs of the community.

[District seeks School Health Advisory Council (SHAC) committee members]

Annual RRISD parent, student, staff survey available through March 10

The survey will be available through March 10 and can be accessed in English and Spanish. The survey is the primary way RRISD obtains the valuable feedback and information from parents, students and staff across the District. The Title I survey will also be included. All surveys are anonymous.

Once surveys are compiled, the information will be returned to each principal and posted on the District website. The results are used as part of the campus improvement planning process and some parent responses are used for House Bill 5 Community and Student Engagement metrics.
[Annual Round Rock ISD Survey Available, Parent Survey English, Parent Survey Spanish ]

Editor’s Note: District Digest is a publication from the Round Rock ISD Communications Department. We distribute this newsletter through our website, social media, and through partnerships with principals, directors, teachers, specialists, and staff across the District. The District Digest is published biweekly and includes a high-level overview of initiatives being discussed and implemented with the Board of Trustees, Executive Leadership Team, and Community Committees. Please email community_relations@roundrockisd.org if you have any questions about the newsletter or Round Rock ISD.