Round Rock ISD to address COVID-19, spring semester in January town halls

Each of the three meetings will focus on a specific element of school operations: one on ongoing coronavirus health and safety updates, one on spring semester learning frameworks and one on the status of district programs in athletics and fine arts. (Community Impact staff)
Each of the three meetings will focus on a specific element of school operations: one on ongoing coronavirus health and safety updates, one on spring semester learning frameworks and one on the status of district programs in athletics and fine arts. (Community Impact staff)

Each of the three meetings will focus on a specific element of school operations: one on ongoing coronavirus health and safety updates, one on spring semester learning frameworks and one on the status of district programs in athletics and fine arts. (Community Impact staff)

Round Rock ISD announced Jan. 14 the district will host a series of virtual town hall meetings in January to discuss ongoing coronavirus health and safety updates, spring semester learning frameworks and the status of district programs in athletics and fine arts. Each of the three meetings will focus on a specific element of school operations and will be open to the public for attendance and questions.

Event attendees must register beforehand on a first-come, first-serve basis, per the news release. Admission is capped at the first 1,000 registered attendees per each individual event.


Viewers who are unable to watch the live town hall can submit their questions in advance here and can watch the archived meetings on the district's Facebook and Reimagining Education page. Those who are watching the live town hall can add their questions via Zoom's Q&A feature.

RRISD's January town hall meetings schedule is as follows.

  • COVID-19 Health and Safety Protocols

    • Jan. 19, 6-8 p.m.

    • This meeting will focus on health and safety measures implemented for in-person instruction and daily activities at RRISD campuses and facilities.

    • Register here.



  • Teaching and Learning

    • Jan. 25, 6-8 p.m.

    • This meeting will focus on curriculum and instruction and will elaborate upon virtual and on-campus teaching as well as learning procedures at elementary and secondary schools.

    • Register here.



  • Athletics and Fine Arts

    • Jan. 26, 6-8 p.m.

    • This meeting will focus on the current statuses of and protocols pertaining to athletics, fine arts and additional extracurricular activities.

    • Register here.





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