Round Rock Independent School District

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Round Rock Independent School District
Round Rock, Texas
Central Texas
United States
District information
Motto The Destination District for Public Schools
Grades Pre-K-12
Established May 1913
Superintendent Steve Flores, Ph.D.
Budget $388,323,942
Students and staff
Students 48,131
Teachers 3,088
Staff 5,661
Athletic conference District 14 5A
Colors Teal and White
Other information

Round Rock Independent School District (RRISD) is a school district headquartered in the city of Round Rock, Texas, United States. As of Fall 2016, the school district served 48,131 students.[1]

The school district includes most of Round Rock, northwestern portions of the City of Austin, a small southeast portion of the City of Cedar Park, and unincorporated portions of Williamson and Travis counties. As of 2013 RRISD covers 32.5 square miles (84 km2) of land within the City of Austin, making up 10.2% of the city's territory.[2]

Students attend the district’s five comprehensive high schools, ten middle schools, 34 elementary schools, and four alternative learning centers, including an Early College High School. During the past five years, the number of students has increased 15%, and enrollment continues to grow by nearly 1,000 students per year.


2016-2017 Information[3]
RRISD Statewide
Average teachers' salaries $49,510 $48,821
Average teachers' number of years experience 11.1 11.5
Economically disadvantaged students 24.3% 60.4%
Students with limited English proficiency 8.9% 17.1%
Student / teacher ratio 14.9 14.9


  • African American: 8.6%
  • Hispanic: 30.5%
  • White: 40.6%
  • American Indian: 0.4%
  • Asian: 15.6%
  • Pacific Islander: 0.2%
  • Two or more races: 4.1%



Secondary Schools[edit]

High Schools[edit]

Middle Schools[edit]

  • C.D. Fulkes Middle School
  • Canyon Vista Middle School
  • Cedar Valley Middle School
  • Chisholm Trail Middle School
  • Deerpark Middle School
  • Grisham Middle School
  • Hernandez Middle School
  • Hopewell Middle School
  • Ridgeview Middle School
  • Pearson Ranch Middle School
  • Walsh Middle School

Alternative Schools[edit]

  • Round Rock Opportunity Center (RROC)
  • Success High School
  • Early College High School (ECHS)

Primary Schools[edit]

Elementary Schools[edit]

  • Anderson Mill Elementary School
  • Berkman Elementary Arts Integration Academy
  • Blackland Prairie Elementary School
  • Bluebonnet Elementary School
  • Brushy Creek Elementary School
  • Cactus Ranch Elementary School
  • Caldwell Heights Elementary School
  • Callison Elementary School
  • Canyon Creek Elementary School
  • Caraway Elementary School (formerly North Oaks Elementary. Name changed in 2005.)
  • Chandler Oaks Elementary School
  • Deep Wood Elementary School
  • Double File Trail Elementary School
  • England Elementary School
  • Fern Bluff Elementary School
  • Forest Creek Elementary School
  • Forest North Elementary School
  • Gattis Elementary School
  • Great Oaks Elementary School
  • Herrington Elementary School
  • Joe Lee Johnson Elementary STEAM Academy
  • Jollyville Elementary School
  • Laurel Mountain Elementary School
  • Live Oak Elementary School
  • Old Town Elementary School
  • Pond Springs Elementary School
  • Purple Sage Elementary School
  • Robertson Elementary School
  • Sommer Elementary School
  • Spicewood Elementary School
  • Teravista Elementary School
  • Union Hill Elementary School
  • Voigt Elementary School
  • Wells Branch Elementary Arts Integration Academy

Alternative School[edit]

  • Elementary Disciplinary Alternative Education Program (DAEP)



Aligned Round Rock Curriculum[edit]

Round Rock ISD has developed the Aligned Round Rock Curriculum (ARRC) with the assistance of teachers, instructional coaches, and curriculum specialists. The ARRC is aligned with the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) and state assessments. The ARRC documents outline the learning goals and objectives RRISD students are expected to achieve and provides resources for instruction. The ARRC provides teachers with planning documents that:

  • Ensure equal opportunities for all students to learn the curriculum
  • Reduce gaps and unproductive redundancies in the curriculum
  • Serve as a basis for district curriculum-based assessments
  • Focus teacher planning time on instruction



In Round Rock ISD, partnerships with employers, the community, and local colleges bring resources from outside the high school to improve student motivation and achievement.

The Academy programs offered at the five comprehensive high schools within Round Rock ISD:

  • The Health Science Academy
  • The Business and Industry Academy
  • The Public Services Academy
  • The Visual and Performing Arts Academy
  • The Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Academy

International Baccalaureate Programme[edit]

Some schools in the school district offer International Baccalaureate (IB) or Advanced Placement (AP) courses.

IB Primary Years Programme

  • Anderson Mill Elementary School
  • Caldwell Heights Elementary School
  • Chandler Oaks Elementary School
  • Spicewood Elementary School

IB Secondary Years Programme

  • Grisham Middle School
  • Hernandez Middle School

IB Diploma Programme

  • Stony Point High School
  • Westwood High School



The Round Rock Independent School District is governed by a seven-member Board of Trustees that is responsible for adopting policy, employing and evaluating the superintendent, approving the budget and capital improvement plans, and setting the tax rate. As the district’s elected leaders, Trustees are charged with making decisions they believe to be in the best interests of all RRISD children.

2016-2017 Board of Trustees

  • Diane M. Cox, President
  • Nikki Gonzales, Vice President
  • Suzi J. David, Secretary
  • Charles "Chad" Chadwell, Place 2
  • Edward Hanna, Place 4
  • Paul J. Tisch, Place 6
  • Mason Moses, Place 7


See also[edit]


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  2. ^ "Regional School Districts and the City of Austin." City of Austin. March 2013. Retrieved on August 4, 2016.
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