UPDATED: Round Rock ISD cancels classes Feb. 17-18; plans virtual learning for Feb. 19

Inclement weather is closing Round Rock ISD campuses Feb. 17-18, and students will have remote learning. The district's coronavirus testing facility will also be closed for the week. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
Inclement weather is closing Round Rock ISD campuses Feb. 17-18, and students will have remote learning. The district's coronavirus testing facility will also be closed for the week. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

Inclement weather is closing Round Rock ISD campuses Feb. 17-18, and students will have remote learning. The district's coronavirus testing facility will also be closed for the week. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

Updated Feb. 16, 10:55 p.m.

All classes and activities are canceled in Round Rock ISD for Feb. 17-18, and the district is planning 100% virtual learning for Feb. 19.

In an email update to parents Feb. 16, the district announced the cancellations are a result of area power outages.

Additionally, RRISD will not open curbside meal distribution sites Feb. 17-18 and encouraged families to contact Texas Health and Human Services by calling 211 if they need food assistance.

Posted Feb. 15, 3:37 p.m.


Round Rock ISD announced Feb. 15 that all classes will be hosted 100% virtually Feb. 17-18 due to inclement weather.

Feb. 16 is listed as a student holiday and staff development day, according to RRISD's 2020-21 academic calendar. Neither students nor staff will report to campuses Feb. 17-18, and the district's coronavirus testing facility will be closed for the week.

Students and teachers will follow their regular class schedules in a virtual instruction format. Students are asked to log onto their classes at the beginning of each period to receive virtual instruction.

Students unable to log onto virtual classes or complete assignments due to ongoing power outages will be permitted to make up work, per the release.

Additional updates will be posted on RRISD's website, Twitter account and Facebook page.


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