- April 23, 2016: Band Vendor Shop Hop, 9am – 4pm, 1100 building with ROTC Car Show, 10 AM – 3 PM, 1100 building parking lots
- April 23, 2016: ROTC Car Show, 10 AM – 3 PM, 1100 building parking lots
- April 25, 2016: Pet Clinic, 5 – 7 PM, RRHS parking lot off Deep Wood Drive
- April 26, 2016 – 4-10pm – Mellow Mushroom Project Graduation Spirit Night
- April 30, 2016: RR Express Project Graduation Night, 7 PM
- May 7, 2016: Prom, DoubleTree, Austin (IH35 & 290), 8:00PM – Midnight
- May 9, 2016: Dragon Band Boosters Golf Tournament, 1:20 PM at Avery Ranch Golf Club
- May 16, 2016: Senior Awards Ceremony, 6:30 PM, 1100 Cafeteria
- June 2, 2016: Graduation, 4:00 PM, Cedar Park Events Center
- June 2, 2016: Project Graduation, 1200 Building, 10:00 PM – 5:00 AM June 3rd.
- August 4, 2016: Austin Regional Counselors (ARC) College Application Summer Boot Camp, 10 AM – 12 PM, 100 Lecture Hall
- September 6, 2016: RRHS Open House, 1100 Cafeteria, 6:00 PM
Congratulations to the class of 2016! Below you will find links to both the English and Spanish versions of the Graduation Information Packet complete with all the details about graduation at the Cedar Park Center, June 2, 2016 at 4:00pm.
2016-2017 Summer Registration Information
Pre-Registration begins: May 2, 2016 – May 31, 2016
(4.5 weeks) Registration hours are 8:30 am – 3:30 pm Monday thru Friday. Pre-registration is intended for students coming from Private or Charter Schools.
Open Registration will begin July 11, 2016 – August 17, 2016
– (6 weeks) Hours for registration are 8:30-3:30 pm Monday – Thursday. The information needed for registration is required by all schools district wide. Registration will reopen the first day of school
The following documents are needed for new student registration:
- PROOF OF RESIDENCE: Guardian/Parent Name on current lease, contract of sale, utility bill
- WITHDRAWAL FORM/TRANSCRIPT: If registering during school year OR
- FINAL REPORT CARD/TRANSCRIPT: If registering during summer
- IMMUNIZATION RECORDS: Must be in hand, see requirements below
- BIRTH CERTIFICATE: 30 day grace period
- SOCIAL SECURITY CARD
- MUST LIVE WITH PARENTS OR LEGAL GUARDIANS
Texas law requires all students to be immunized for certain diseases. According to school policy, children may be exempted from the requirements if parent/guardian furnishes certification from a physician stating one or more of the immunizations would endanger the child’s life or a certificate from the Texas Department of Health.
|Immunizations will be required for the following diseases:|
including 1 dose on or after 4th birthday
|TDAP Booster||1 Dose 10 years after last does of DTP/DTAP/DT|
|POLIO||4 Doses unless 3rd dose is on or after 4th birthday|
|MMR||2 Doses separated by 30 days, on or after 1st birthday|
|VARICELLA(No disease)||2 Doses on or after 13yr
1 Dose on or after 1st birthday
Los siguientes elementos son necesarios para el registro de los nuevos estudiantes:
- COMPROBANTE DE DOMICILIO: Guardian/Padre Nombre actual de arrendamiento,contrato de venta, factura de servicios públicos
- RETIRO DE FORMA / TRANSCRIPCIÓN: Si se inscribe durante el año escolar o
- INFORME FINAL TARJETA / TRANSCRIPCIÓN: Si se registra durante el verano
- REGISTROS DE VACUNAS: Debe ser en la mano, ver por debajo de los requisitos
- CERTIFICADO DE NACIMIENTO: 30 días de gracia
- TARJETA SOCIAL SECURITY
- TIENEN QUE VIVIR CON PADRES O TUTORES LEGALES
REQUISITOS DE VACUNACIÓN
La ley de Texas requiere que todos los estudiantes a ser vacunados para ciertas enfermedades. Deacuerdo con la política de la escuela, los niños pueden estar exentos de los requisitos si el padre /tutor proporciona la certificación de un médico que indica una o más de las vacunas podría poneren peligro la vida del niño o de un certificado expedido por el Departamento de Salud de Texas.
Las vacunas serán necesarios para las siguientes enfermedades:
DT: 3 dosis de los cuales 1 dosis después de 4 años de edadDe refuerzo
Tdap: 1 dosis de 10 años después de la última hace de la vacuna
DTP /DTaP / DTPOLIO: 4 dosis, a menos que la 3ra dosis es en o después del 4thcumpleaños
MMR: 2 dosis separadas por 30 días, a partir del 1 º cumpleañosVaricela (sin enfermedad) 2 dosis en o después del 13yr1 dosis en o después del 1 cumpleaños
LA HEPATITIS B 3 dosis
MENINGOCÓCICA 1 dosis
Students are expected to be in attendance on the days they are scheduled for an exam. If a student is absent and must miss taking an exam, a make-up exam will be scheduled by the teacher if time allows. Otherwise, the exam will be scheduled June 6-9, 2016. Please contact Christine Moreland at: 512-464-6017 or email@example.com to make arrangements.
|Wednesday, MAY 25 – B DAY
Senior Exams 5th & 8th PeriodsGrades 9 – 11 Regular B Day Schedule
|Thursday, MAY 26 – A DAY
Senior Exams 1st & 4th PeriodsGrades 9 – 11 Regular A Day Schedule
|Friday, May 27
9:05 – 10:00 3rd Period Study Session
|Tuesday, May 31
9:05 – 11:05 2nd Period Exam
|Wednesday, June 1
9:05 – 11:05 1st Period Exam
|Thursday, June 2
9:05 – 11:05 4th Period Exam
Lunch schedule for May 27, 2016
|Based on where your 7th period class is located.|
|12:13 – 12:53 A Lunch 100 & 600 Buildings
1:00 – 1:45 B Lunch 300, 700, & Portable Buildings
1:50 – 2:30 C Lunch 400, 900, 1000, 1100, 1200 Buildings
EXEMPTIONS FROM SEMESTER EXAMS: GRADE LEVEL INSTRUCTIONS
The second semester courses exempted shall not be the same courses exempted the first semester. For exemption purposes only, three tardies count as an absence in all classes no matter where they occur across the schedule.
Students in 9th – 11th grades may be exempt from up to three non-EOC tested course exams per semester for classes in which they meet the guidelines. The guidelines are as follows: students must have a semester average of 85 or above, have no more than two absences that semester from that class, and are present on the exam days when attendance is taken. Students will be required to take first semester exams in the fall in all EOC subjects; however they will not be required to take a spring semester final in EOC subjects.
Students in 12th grade may be exempt from three semester exams for classes in which they have a semester average of 85 or above and have no more than two absences that semester from that class, and are present on the exam days when attendance is taken.
Seniors and juniors may have up to four absences when two of those absences are the absences allowed for visiting colleges and universities. Only two days for college visits are allowed per year.
In order to be eligible to exempt the semester exam for a class a student must:
- Have no more than 2 “absences” [actual absences plus (total tardies divided by three)] to a class period.
- Have been continuously enrolled for the entire semester.
- Have an overall semester average of at least an 85 for the second semester marking periods. [(MP4+MP5+MP6)/3 >= 85]
- Have no obligations (i.e., parking violations, textbooks, library books, fees, etc.)
- A student may exempt up to three exams per semester, and may not exempt an exam for the same class twice in the same school year.
If he has no obligations, John Doe is eligible to exempt periods 2, 6, and 8. See the previous page for specific instructions for your grade level. District exemption policy differs by grade level.
Reminder: By District attendance policy, notes should be turned into the attendance office within 48 hours of an absence.
On Wednesday, May 18th a list of students with obligations will be posted on the trophy case in the student center and the hallway of the 1100 building. Students should check the obligation list and if their name is listed, see Mrs. Perkins on Thursday, May 19th to pick up their obligation list. Mrs. Perkins will be in the cafeteria before school and during lunches on 5/19/2015-5/25/2015. Students with outstanding obligations may not exempt any exam. Once obligations have been cleared the student will return to Mrs. Perkins to pick up their exemption form.
The student is responsible for declaring their exemption(s) and getting this information turned in on time.
Exemption forms will be available in the student’s administrative office (Assistant Principal) on Thursday, May 19th.
Students who are exempting semester courses must return textbooks to the textbook room (1216) and have the textbook coordinator sign the exemption form. Exemption form must be signed by textbook coordinator whether you have textbooks to return or not.
Students will get their teacher to sign for class(es) they may exempt. Students may need to leave the form with the teacher and come back later to pick it up.
Students will turn in their exemption form to their administrative office (Assistant Principal).
Deadline: Wednesday, May 25th, by 4:30 PM.
First exam is Friday, May 27th for non-seniors. Senior exams begin May 25, 2016.
Round Rock High School Exemption Instructions
You are responsible for declaring your exemption(s) and getting this information turned in on time.
May 18 – 25
Before picking up your exemption form from your Alpha Office do the following:
- May 18th – Check the Obligation list posted on the trophy case on the right side of stage and in the 1100 building.
- May 19th – If your name is on the list see Mrs. Perkins to pick up your obligation(s) list. Mrs. Perkins will be in the cafeteria before and after school, and during lunches. See the appropriate person to take care of the obligation. Students with outstanding obligations may not exempt any exam. Once you have cleared your obligation(s), return the obligation form to Mrs. Perkins, and she will give you your Exemption Form. Deadline to turn in the exemption form to your administrative office is Wednesday, May 25th.
If your name is not on the obligation list go directly to your Alpha Office and pick up your exemption form.
- Get the signature from the teacher for class(es) you want to exempt. You may need to leave the form with the teacher and come back later to pick it up.
- Your teacher will check your semester average. If you meet the criteria, your teacher will sign the exemption form and have it available for you to pick up.
- Return textbooks to the Textbook Coordinator (Room 1216) and have the coordinator sign your exemption form. Exemption forms must be signed by textbook coordinator whether you have books to return or not.
Turn in your exemption form to your Alpha Office.
Deadline: Wednesday, May 25th.
First exam is Friday, May 27th for non-seniors. Senior Exams start May 25.
Good Luck Dragons!
EXPLANATION OF ABSENCE CODES
CODES THAT DO NOT COUNT AGAINST STUDENT FOR EXEMPTION PURPOSES:
COA -Court Ordered Appearance
D -Doctor’s Appointment where student attends school a portion of the day
E -Extracurricular Activity
EC -Election Clerk
COL -College Visit (2 days per year)
Pre -Absence corrected to Present
R -Religious Holy Day
THESE ABSENCES COUNT AGAINST STUDENT FOR EXEMPTION PURPOSES:
C -Critically Ill (Student was out all day with illness and brought note from doctor. (Does not count for attendance make up hours.)
G -Homebound Absence
H -Homebound Location
L -Detention Center
Q -GOALS Absence
T -Tardy – is cumulative – every third tardy equals 1 absence in every class period
Z -Treatment Center