Public Schools Week draws visitors to RISD
Largest single crowd was Thursday afternoon when the elementary gym bleachers were packed to the first grades annual Texas play, with a script that featured several musical numbers.
That play was followed by a second grade picnic, held outside in gorgeous Texas late winter weather.
Six breakfasts during the week gave all members of the family a chance to have preschool hours meal with their students.
Two “Grub for Grandparents” breakfasts were staged, one each at the intermediate and junior-high.
Earlier in the week, there were Donuts for Dads and Muffins for Mom events in the elementary and intermediate cafeterias.
The annual family science and art nights drew large crowds at both the intermediate and juniorhigh campuses.
Rockdale High School hosted a “family brag night.”
The elementary campus hosted an open house picnic for pre-K students and their parents.
The junior-high iTigers groups sponsored a clothing swap at that campus.
There was a “coffee with the counselors” session at the juniorhigh.
Parents were invited to come to their students’ classrooms and read during the week.