HRS survey links
Whether your child is transferring to our school from another school district, changing schools within Round Rock ISD, or starting school for the first time, visit the district’s Registration page to find useful information.
Change of Address:
Parents/Guardians with a change of residency, please present a copy of one of the following documents as proof new address is in the District and current school zone:
*Lease agreement, if renting
*Contract of sale or a tax statement, if purchasing
*Current utility bill indicating the address and the adult’s name
Should you have any questions please contact the Registrar,
If you plan to be a Watch D.O.G., go on a field trip, volunteer in the classroom, or work with students, you must complete the online application AND receive approval. Online Volunteer Application.
Some helpful tips to remember when submitting your volunteer application:
- Please complete entire form.
- Select the school(s) where you would like to volunteer (you can choose more than one school).
- Please make sure that you click the SUBMIT button.
Thank you in advance for going through this process. We look forward to you volunteering at our school!
What AVID Is:
• an acronym that stands for Advancement Via Individual Determination
• an in-school academic support program
• for all students, but it targets those in the academic middle
What AVID Is Not:
• a remedial program
• a free ride
• a homework / study hall program
See Mrs Hemm for more information
INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
Linked you will find a copy of the State of Texas 20 15-16 School Report Card for
C.D. Fulkes Middle School. This is a report required by the Texas Legislature and prepared by the Texas Education Agency. It is to be sent to the parent or guardian of every child enrolled in a Texas public school. The report provides information concerning student performance on the State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness, as well as information on student enrollment, class size averages, and financial expenditures.
The information contained in the School Report Card is required by state law and is
briefly described in the enclosed “2015-16 School Report Card Definitions.” The report
for our school may or may not have all the information described because the
information presented depends on whether the school is an elementary, middle, or high
State law requires that the school report card display information about the state, the
district, and the school. Where possible, the information must be reported by
race/ethnicity and socio-economic status of the students and must include at least two
years of results.
C.D. Fulkes English
Estimado Padre de Familia:
Adjunto a esta carta encontrara una copia del reporte de las Calificaciones Escolares del Estado de Texas 2Q15-16 para C. D. Fulkes Middle School. Estas Calificaciones Escolares son requeridas por Ia Legislatura del Estado de Texas y preparadas por el departamento de educacion estatal. Este reporte debe ser mandado a los padres o al guardian/mentor de cada estudiante inscrito en una escuela publica. Estas calificaciones proveen informacion concerniente al progreso academico de los estudiantes y tambien otra informacion sobre su escuela como el numero de
estudiantes, tamaiio promedio del salon escolar, y gastos.
La ley estatal requiere que Ia informacion en estas calificaciones sea diseminada. Usted
encontrara una breve descripcion en e l adjunto “Definiciones de las Calificaciones Escolares 2015-16. El reporte que ha recibido puede o no contener toda Ia informacion descrita en estas definiciones pues el reportaje de estes datos depende de si Ia escuela es una primaria, secundaria o preparatoria.
La ley estatal tambien manda que Ia informacion sea provista a nivel del estado, del distrito escolar, y de nuestra escuela. Esta informacion debe ser reportada, en tanto sea posible, por grupo etnico/raza y estatus socioeconomico de los estudiantes y debe de in cluir por lo menos dos aiios de resultados.
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District prepares middle school attendance area proposal for October 20 Board meeting
District launches interactive map for boundary change impact
District narrows focus on middle school attendance areas
Middle School Attendance Area Change 2017-2018 School Year
RRISD schools earn 115 TEA special distinctions
RRISD schools earn 'No Place for Hate' designation
Anderson Mill, C.D. Fulkes earn High Reliability School certification
C.D. Fulkes Teacher of the Year: Rebecca Smith
Campus leaders honored at annual Student Leadership Recognitions
School Showcase: CD Fulkes MS
School Showcase: CD Fulkes MS
RRISD Laptops @Home Program distributes 600 laptops, adds schools for 2016
C.D. Fulkes, Hewlett Packard partner for school-wide Hour of Code activities
Herrington, Teravista, C.D. Fulkes, Success, Food Services win Breakthrough Video Challenge
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RRISD students named 2017 National Merit Scholarship finalists
RRISD students succeed at 2017 Texas Scholastic Chess Championships
RRISD to provide free breakfast during STAAR testing
RRISD publishes Public School of Choice Destination Guide, accepting transfers
RRISD STEM Fest postponed, future date to be announced
RRISD community invited to annual Celebration of Families, Empty Bowls Festival
RRISD Purchasing receives TASBO Award of Merit
Caraway Champions Battle of the Bluebonnets for the third year in a row
Round Rock ISD names Bailey Pond Springs principal
Blackland Prairie teacher named H-E-B Excellence in Education finalist
Telas named Superintendent's RRock Star for February
McNeil teachers named H-E-B Excellence in Education finalists
Writing Rocks cohort celebrates graduation
Video: 2017 National School Breakfast Week in Round Rock ISD
RRISD students earn awards, advancements at Austin Energy Regional Science Festival
March 3, 2017 – District Digest – 3 Things to Know in Round Rock ISD
RRISD Trustee Suzi David participates in third session of Leadership TASB
District seeks School Health Advisory Council (SHAC) committee members
PIE Foundation Raises record breaking $270,388 at annual gala
RRISD students succeed at Destination Imagination regional competition