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Round Rock Opportunity Center School Staff, 

As you know, the District is in the process of selecting a new principal for the Round Rock Opportunity Center. An important part of the selection process is gathering input from staff, parents, and community members. We plan to use this valuable information throughout the hiring process to select the Round Rock Opportunity Center’s next school leader.

Principal Selection Stakeholder Input Survey

There is also an opportunity to participate in the Round Rock Opportunity Center’s stakeholder online survey. Your responses are anonymous; however, they will be shared with the Principal Selection Committee (PSC). Therefore, we ask that you do not refer to anyone by name on the survey. Please complete the survey by 5:00 PM on Friday, June 5, 2020.

We thank you, in advance, for your participation, input, and support!

The city of Austin, Office of Sustainability awarded Round Rock Opportunity Center a grant to install a wind turbine. RROC will use the wind turbine to run a water pump to irrigate a student grown garden.

“The faculty and students at Round Rock Opportunity Center (RROC) would like to express our deepest thanks for your recent donations to our garden. Generous gifts from donors like you provide the financial aid and moral support needed to continue our mission.With your faithful financial contributions over the years, you’ve demonstrated your deep commitment to the success of our students enabling them to make a positive impact on our surrounding community.

Your continued support continues to play a key role in our school’s success in –reducing illiteracy, reducing hunger, and reducing crime in inner cities. We look forward to a continuing partnership with you.”

Congratulations to Mr. Allen who received a $1,950 grant from the Round Rock ISD PIE Foundation. The grant will be used for a school community garden.
Our very own teacher Tina Steiner-Johnson was featured on the cover of this month’s issue of ATPE News magazine. She’s pictured here at O’Henry Middle School to welcome students back for the 2016-17 School Year. Ms. Steiner-Johnson is a campus ATPE representative.

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