At the onset of the pandemic HopeAustin was providing for all RRISD students at the designated curbside spots and continued services through the end of July.
In working with the District in determining how we may serve this school year, we have been given the opportunity to continue our service with Hope Austin at the 12 designated RRISD curb-side meal sites. RRISD students may pick up a HopeAustin weekend meal kit from any of the designated sites.
For any students and families that may be in need of weekend food assistance, weekend meal kits may be picked up each Friday (during virtual learning) from 10-12 at one of the locations below:
Round Rock High School, 201 Deep Wood Dr, Round Rock: Between the 1100 bldg and the Uhaul where band practice is located
Cedar Ridge High School, 2801 Gattis School Rd., Round Rock: Front of the school
Stony Point High School, 1801 Tiger Trail, Round Rock: Staff parking lot
Westwood High School, 12400 Mellow Meadow Dr., Austin: Front of the school near the band entrance
Deerpark Middle School, 8849 Anderson Mill Rd., Austin: Side of school near cafeteria
C.D. Fulkes Middle School, 300 W Anderson Ave., Round Rock: Outside the cafeteria
Hopewell Middle School, 1535 Gulf Way, Round Rock: Front of the school
Bluebonnet Elementary, 1010 Chisholm Valley Dr., Round Rock: Front of the school
Old Town Elementary School, 2200 Chaparral Dr., Round Rock: Front of the school
Forest North Elementary School, 13414 Broadmeade Ave., Austin: Front of the school
Joe Lee Johnson Elementary, 2800 Sauls Dr., Austin: Front of the school
Double File Trail Elementary School, 2400 Chandler Creek Blvd., Round Rock: Front of the school
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Welcome back to school!
I am back on campus a few days a week . I also will be "working from home" until kiddos come on to campus.
I have had several parents asking me about immunization requirements and how we will handle those. We are still waiting for guidance from the state, but they have not relaxed any requirements yet.
For now, we will require students to be up to date with immunizations by September 10, 2020.
Listed below is the Immunization requirements per State of Texas
(DTaP/DTP/DT/Td/Tdap) 15 doses or 4 doses3 dose primary series and 1 Tdap/Td booster within last 5 years3 dose primary series and 1 Tdap/Td booster within last 10 yearsFor K — 6th grade: 5 doses of diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis vaccine; 1 dose must have been received on or after the 4th birthday. However, 4 doses meet the requirement if the 4th dose was received on or after the 4th birthday. For students aged 7 years and older, 3 doses meet the requirement if 1 dose was received on or after the 4th birthday.
For 7th grade: 1 dose of Tdap is required if at least 5 years have passed since the last dose of tetanus-containing vaccine.
For 8th — 12th grade: 1 dose of Tdap is required when 10 years have passed since the last dose of tetanus-containing vaccine. Td is acceptable in place of Tdap if a medical contraindication to pertussis exists.
Polio 14 doses or 3 dosesFor K — 12th grade: 4 doses of polio; 1 dose must be received on or after the 4th birthday. However, 3 doses meet the requirement if the 3rd dose was received on or after the 4th birthday.
Measles, Mumps, and Rubella (MMR) 1, 22 dosesFor K — 12 grade: 2 doses are required, with the 1st dose received on or after the 1st birthday. Students vaccinated prior to 2009 with 2 doses of measles and one dose each of rubella and mumps satisfy this requirement.
Hepatitis B 23 dosesFor students aged 11 — 15 years, 2 doses meet the requirement if adult hepatitis B vaccine (Recombivax®) was received. Dosage (10 mcg / 1.0 mL) and type of vaccine (Recombivax®) must be clearly documented. If Recombivax® was not the vaccine received, a 3-dose series is required.
Varicella 1, 2, 32 dosesThe 1st dose of varicella must be received on or after the 1st birthday.
For K — 12th grade: 2 doses are required.
Meningococcal (MCV4)1Not Required1 doseFor 7th — 12th grade, 1 dose of quadrivalent meningococcal conjugate vaccine is required on or after the student’s 11th birthday.
Note: If a student received the vaccine at 10 years of age, this will satisfy the requirement.
Hepatitis A 1, 22 doses12th Grade:
The 1st dose of hepatitis A must be received on or after the 1st birthday.
For K — 11th grade: 2 doses are required.
Here is the link for Immunization Exemptions
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