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Semester awards:
PreK am – & Kindergarten:  May 6th @ 8:00am
PreK pm:  May 6th @ 1:45 pm
1st grade:  May 7th @ 8:00 am
2nd grade:  May 7th @ 9:15 am
3rd grade:  May 20th @ 8:00 am
4th grade:  May 20th @ 9:15 am
5th grade awards and graduation:  May 21st @ 8:15 am

Round Rock ISD Community Education Summer Camps are Registering Now!
The Round Rock ISD Community Education Department offers Central Texas children, ages 5 -18, summer enrichment camps beginning the first week of June through August 1. Camps are held Monday through Thursday.

Select from half-day camps, 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and full-day camps, 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Prices start at $95 per week. Early registration is encouraged and available online.

  • Camp activities include academic, engineering, fine arts, life skills, martial arts, science, computer and a variety of sports.
  • ACT and SAT prep classes, as well as study skills seminars for middle and high school students.

Camps will be held at three Round Rock ISD campuses:

 Camps will not be held June 24 through July 4 or on Fridays.

Federal Report Cards for State, RRISD and all District’s Campuses Federal Report Cards for the state, Round Rock ISD, and each of the District’s campuses are now available on the District’s Performance Indicators website and are also available on the Texas Education Agency’s website.  If you have difficulty accessing the information from the websites, hard copies of the reports are available at the district or campus office.

Volunteer Information Any person wishing to volunteer in Round Rock ISD is required to complete a Volunteer Application each school year, for the safety of our students and staff. All volunteers MUST complete the online volunteer application and be approved in order to accompany the class on any field trip or to volunteer / work with children on campus here at Old Town.  The online application takes less than five minutes to complete and will be processed within 48 hours. It is important to use your legal name and click “Submit” in order for the application to be processed. To complete the process, you must bring your photo id to campus for verification and to be scanned. **You must submit this application every school year.**

Don’t forget to check PeachJar for electronic flyers!

Round Rock ISD has partnered with eSchoolPLUS to release a new mobile app, eSchoolPLUS Family. The app allows parents and students who are registered with the Round Rock ISD home access center to stay connected using a smartphone. The eSchoolPLUS Family mobile app offers the convenience of immediate access to a student’s class work, schedule, grades and attendance from anywhere a smartphone or tablet can attain mobile service. The eSchoolPLUS Family mobile app is a free application available for Apple devices, Android, and Kindle Fire and Fire Phones and uses the same login and password as Home Access Center. The application can be downloaded from iTunes, Google Play or the Amazon app store. More information, including device guides.

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The Susan Symes Award is given in memory of Old Town Teacher, Susan Symes, who died in November of 1996.  All fifth grade students are eligible to participate in the Susan Symes contest and the winner will have their name added to the plaque in the hallway.

This year, students who are interested in participating in the Susan Symes Contest must complete a project depicting one book they read as a 5th grader that made an impact in their life.  Students must design a product that showcases the book and its message. The judges will be looking for a project that is creative, reveals the theme of the book, and shows a connection to how the book was impactful in the students life.  

The librarian and administrators will evaluate the projects and will determine the winner of the Susan Symes Award.  The winner will receive a $50 gift card to Barnes and Noble.

Projects are due no later than Wednesday, May 1, 2019 to the library.   

Project ideas could include:

  • Write a letter to a character in the story.
  • Make a clay sculpture representing an aspect of one of the books.
  • Make a poster to “sell” the book.
  • Design a new book cover.
  • Draw a series of 4 pictures about the book.
  • Give a videotaped oral report about your book- be creative and fun.
  • Make a comic strip based on the book.
  • Use technology to explore the book- PowerPoint presentation, Windows Movie Maker movie, or some other computer based program.

Let your imagination be your guide. We are looking for creativity!

Sing Up Link:  WatchD.O.G.S.

Surveys:  English EOD Survey or Spanish EOD Survey

WATCH D.O.G.S.® (Dads Of Great Students) is a nationally recognized program of the National Center for Fathering. The mission is about creating a safer atmosphere in our schools by using the positive influence of fathers and father figures. Official WATCH D.O.G.S. Website At Old Town, Watch D.O.G.S. can provide another set of eyes and ears on campus to help maintain a safe and positive learning environment for our kids. We are here to serve the whole school and to help make an extra special day for our own kids.

How Do You Get Started?

Step 1: Complete the Round Rock ISD online volunteer registration: (Note: It takes about 48 hours to clear their system and approve you as a volunteer.)

Step 2: Contact our OTE Watch D.O.G.S. Coordinator, Dane Larson – to get connected to the OTE WatchD.O.G.S. Group. Step 3: Pick a time when you can serve and notify your student’s teacher, the office Administrator, or your OTE WatchD.O.G.S. Coordinator To sign up for a day to volunteer: Here’s how it works in 3 easy steps:

1) SignUp on

2) Review the options listed and choose the spot(s) you like.

3) Sign up! It’s Easy – you will NOT need to register an account or keep a password on

Note: does not share your email address with anyone. If you prefer not to use your email address, please contact me and I can sign you up manually.

Why should you join?
WatchD.O.G.S.are dads, grandfathers, uncles and other significant father-figures in our student’s lives. And whether it’s in the hallways, cafeteria or on the playground, having responsible men volunteering on campus has been shown to have a positive effect on all students. They see WatchD.O.G.S. as leaders, peacekeepers and helpers. Teachers and Administration also appreciate WatchDOGS providing another level of support and accountability for our Old Town students.  Plus, your own kids will think you’re pretty cool!

What Kind of Jobs Do WatchD.O.G.S. Do?
WatchD.O.G.S. can serve a variety of different jobs—no shift will ever be the same or boring! Depending on when you’re able to serve, WatchD.O.G.S. assist with traffic duty, patrolling the hallways, opening milk cartons in the cafeteria, refereeing a football game at recess, reading a story in classroom, feeding the fish, carrying boxes, changing sign, escorting a sick student to the nurse’s station and exchanging hundreds of high-fives. WatchD.O.G.S. may also get a proud hugs from their kids for sharing the day at their school.

How Much Time Does It Take?
Here’s what’s really great about the WatchD.O.G.S. program: You get to set your own schedule! You can spend an hour or a whole day. It’s up to you to set a schedule that works for you. Here are some suggested short shifts to help you plan your day:

  • AM Drop off (7:20a-8a)
  • Lunch Duty (10:25a – 12:20p)
  • Lower El recess (9:30a-10:45a)
  • Upper El recess (5th – 11:15a, 4th – 1:30p, 3rd – 2:15p)
  • Reading in classroom (Per Teacher’s discretion)
  • Special events (TBA)
  • Regular tasks; moving boxes, updating signs, posting artwork (Contact Administration before coming)
  • PM Dismissal (2:30-3:15p)

Talk to your boss or work supervisor and tell them that you want to volunteer in your local school. They might give you some bonus time to spend serving!

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