Round Rock ISD offers final preview of The Reserve boundary change proposals ahead of board decision

Round Rock ISD officials previewed proposed boundary changes for The Reserve neighborhood in advance of board action later in March. (Community Impact Newspaper staff)
Round Rock ISD officials previewed proposed boundary changes for The Reserve neighborhood in advance of board action later in March. (Community Impact Newspaper staff)

Round Rock ISD officials previewed proposed boundary changes for The Reserve neighborhood in advance of board action later in March. (Community Impact Newspaper staff)

Round Rock ISD officials previewed proposed boundary changes for The Reserve at Wyoming Springs, a new neighborhood in Round Rock, in advance of board action later in March. The Reserve is the only neighborhood that would be affected by the proposed changes if approved.

The Reserve is currently zoned for Brushy Creek Elementary School, Cedar Valley Middle School and McNeil High School.

Under the proposal, The Reserve will be rezoned to Fern Bluff Elementary School, Chisholm Trail Middle School and Round Rock High School, effective in the 2021-22 academic year.

The neighborhood will be home to an additional 50 students in grades kindergarten through 12th, per district demographer estimates.

RRISD hosted two additional boundary discussions March 3 and March 8 following initial public hearings Feb. 15-16. The proposal is designed "to assign students to campuses more in proximity to the undeveloped neighborhood and with more capacity to serve future students," according to district documents.


As of press time, a March board meeting featuring the boundary discussion and potential action has not yet been called. Details for the meeting, once available, will be posted here.