Benefits of serving your community
During this time of year our community does a great job in providing food, clothing and toys for the members of our community who need a helping hand. It is important that our children understand the value of service in a community and the many benefits they can gain. Full Story
SANTA’S LITTLE DRUMMERS—
Members of Rockdale High School’s Big Blue Band drumline were keeping a beat, maybe just their way of staying warm, during the band’s halftime performance at Friday’s Rockdale
Fairfield state quarterfinals football game at Waco ISD Stadium. Pictured are (L-R) Lane Schweitzer, Jarad Skrhak, Michael Zapata, Charles “Chaz” Caywood and Braxton Moore. Full Story
Rockdale Junior High
Second Six Weeks All-A
Sixth grade— Koye Bleeker, Ethan Booke, Whitley Boyd, Nicholas Brindle, Emily Depine, Shay Gibson, Brandon Hernandez, Angel Hollan, Stormi Holloway, Ethen Hughes, Marka Kirby, Lilian Lawhon, Aubrey Montelongo, Madeleine Moody, Sabrina Pantaleon, Vanessa Reyes, Hannah Reynosa. Full Story
RES, RIS students place at UIL academic meet
Second through fifth grade students from Rockdale competed in the District 18-3A UIL academic contests on Dec. 3 where participants from Rockdale, Caldwell, Madisonville and Navasota gathered at Caldwell Elementary School for the events.
Winners from Rockdale ISD are listed as follows:
2nd Grade Full Story
Rockdale Band Booster bake sale rescheduled
Rockdale Band Boosters will hold their annual bake sale starting at 8 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 14 in the Antique Queens parking lot, located off US 79 in downtown Rockdale. It was orginially set for Dec. 7 but resecheduled due to weather conditions. Full Story
HANDS ON EXPERIENCE—
These four girls from Gause ISD recently attended the Expanding Your Horizons Conference at Texas A&M University. Full Story
How bad weather days are decided
I n times of inclement weather, our decision to open or close schools in bad weather has a big effect on families. We also understand that our students are better served, both academically and socially, by being in school. The safety of our students and staff is our top priority in making a decision to keep schools open or close schools in bad weather. Full Story
Milk and fruit served daily.
Monday— Chocolate chip muffin, yogurt.
Wednesday— Cheesy breakfast burrito.
Intermediate, Junior High and High School Breakfast Full Story