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Important District Updates regarding COVID-19

4/2/2020: Packets will be mailed to students who opted into paper based assignments. Click here to read more.

4/1/2020: All district offices will be closed until further notice and meal delivery service will be suspended for at least two weeks. Please call 512-430-6000, ext 1023 for meal emergencies.

3/31/2020: Due to Governor Abbott's Executive Order this afternoon, Rockdale ISD will extend distance learning until at least May 4.
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ALERT

2020 Yearbook needs QuaranTIGERS photos

Due to the closure of campus and the cancellation of several extracurricular activities in response to the COVID 19 pandemic, we are making changes to the spring semester’s coverage in the 2020 yearbook. We are planning to devote space to a feature titled: “QuaranTIGERS.”
Please begin taking and sending any pictures that represent your quarantine to your yearbook staff. Please email them to glwalker@rockdaleisd.net. Please include a description so that our staff can accurately caption your experience. We hope that everyone is doing well.

Tiger Fight Never Dies.
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PRINCIPAL'S WEEKLY NEWSLETTER

Each week, Mrs. Pelzel, RIS Principal, writes a newsletter that includes events, deadlines and due dates, and other important information for parents and students of RIS. Click here to read all of her posts.
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Rockdale Christmas Roundup Information

Plans for Rockdale Christmas Roundup are now underway. Applications can be picked up at the Rockdale Reporter, Lucy Hill Patterson Memorial Library, One-Stop Center, Citizens National Bank, Classic Bank, Rockdale Federal Credit Union, Rockdale Chamber of Commerce, Rockdale City Hall and local churches.
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Parent Survey available until May 31

Click here for the link to the Rockdale ISD 2019 Parent Survey. Information from this survey is used to evaluate our current parent engagement activities as well as plan for next ear. Parent participation is very important to district and campus planning.
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