Category: Superintendent

Enrollment history by the decade

Round Rock ISD was a small, rural school district with a student population under 1,000 students for the first sixty years of its existence. Although several smaller districts in the area consolidated with Round Rock ISD during the 1940s, a significant increase in student population did not occur since the land acquired was sparsely populated. The district increased substantially in physical size again in December 1969 through its consolidation with the Pond Springs Common County Line School District. The consolidation added 24 square miles of largely undeveloped west-side real estate. “White Flight” brings students north Student enrollment grew steadily...

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List of Superintendents

M.G. York – 1913-1914 T.A. Ferguson – 1914-1915 L.J. Waggoner – 1915-1915 W.H. Emert – 1915-1915 J.E. Cook – 1915-1916 J.T. Shaver – 1916-1918 W.E. Cantrell – 1918-1921 W.R. Woolsey – 1921-1924 C.E. Brown – 1924-1925 George B. Hatley – 1925-1926 Ed A. Gay – 1926-1929 P.E. Dickison – 1929-1930 C.O. Britt – 1930-1939 O.F. (Oliver Floyd) Perry – 1939-1957 Noel Grisham – 1957-1979 Norman Hall – 1979-1984 Brent Rock – 1985-1988 Dan McLendon – 1988-1993 Tom Norris – 1994-1998 Tom Gaul – 1998-2005 Jesús Chávez – 2006-2013 Steve Flores –...

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1979-01-25 Norman Hall named Superintendent

On a motion and second and a unanimous vote the board awarded Dr. Norman Hall a three (3) year contract (1979-’80; 1980-’81; 1981-’82) at a salary of State-Schedule plus $12,000 per year plus auto allowances in the amount of $350 per month plus other benefits as stated in the contract. As stated in the Board Minutes, “Dr. Hall’s salary and work is to begin on July 1, 1979 with the assumption of full administrative responsibilities on July 1, 1979. Dr. Hall will begin on June 1 at the board invitation at regular...

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