Definition and purpose of learning communities

Learning communities unite the neighborhoods of Round Rock ISD and give parents, students and campus staff the opportunity to build closer relationships. Learning communities are designed to, as best as possible, represent a child’s potential journey from elementary to secondary education.

Role of Area Superintendents

Our goal is to establish relationships and an open line of communication between campus communities and administration while providing support as needed.

Dr. Flores with students“In Round Rock ISD, we are a family, and family takes care of each other. Learning communities allow us to further personalize support to campuses and build stronger connections.”

-Dr. Steve Flores, Superintendent of Schools

Nancy Guerrero
Dr. Nancy Guerrero
Area Superintendent of the Cedar Ridge Learning Community
Executive Assistant: Laurie Lanier
512-464-5092 (p) 512-464-5408 (f)
John Yonker
John Yonker
Area Superintendent of the McNeil Learning Community
Executive Assistant: Gabriele Miller
512-464-5031 (p) 512-464-5618 (f)
Carla Amacher
Carla Amacher
Area Superintendent of the Round Rock Learning Community
Executive Assistant: Stephanie Cheatham
512-464-5131 (p) 512-464-5408 (f)
Natalie Nichols
Natalie Nichols
Area Superintendent of the Stony Point Learning Community
Executive Assistant: Gabriele Miller
512-464-5031 (p) 512-464-5618 (f)
Becky Donald
Rebecca Donald
Area Superintendent of the Westwood Learning Community
Executive Assistant: Laurie Lanier
512-464-5092 (p) 512-464-5408 (f)