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Rockwall ISD to host Community Resource Expo for parents, children with disabilities

ROCKWALL-Rockwall ISD will host the third annual Community Resource and Transition Expo for all children with disabilities and their families, Saturday, April 25, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m, at Rockwall High School. Students of all ages and their families will have an opportunity to plan for the future while making connections with local agencies, according […]

Rockwall Women’s League Ball April 18 raises thousands of dollars for local scholarships, service projects

By J.J. Smith ROCKWALL-Denitra Wheeler is a college student majoring in elementary education and minoring in child psychology at Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls TX. But had it not been for the college scholarship that the 2007 Rockwall High School graduate received from the Rockwall Women’s League, it’s doubtful that she would be in […]

Five RISD elementary schools named higher performing by national group

By J.J. Smith ROCKWALL-Five Rockwall Independent School District elementary schools were named “higher performing schools” for 2008 in numerous subject areas by a national group that focuses on increasing student achievement. Amy Parks-Heath Elementary, Virginia Reinhardt Elementary, Nebbie Williams Elementary, Howard Dobbs Elementary and Grace Hartman Elementary were among Texas schools recognized by “Just for […]

Lineman Training School on hold; new projects being discussed

The opening of the Lineman Training School in Royse City is still planned, but delayed, as the school waits on funding from the United States Department of Agriculture, and its accreditation in the State of Texas. Read the whole story in the Royse City Herald Banner by clicking here.

Rockwall students assist peers on ‘Homework Help’ Web site

Here’s a great story about three Rockwall high school students who have created a website to help students with their homework: “As the top two students in Rockwall High School’s freshman class, Andy and Tony Wickham are accustomed to students asking for their help with homework. But after spending hours a week fielding questions from […]

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