The resources below will assist in helping parents become a partner and share in the responsibility of their child’s education.
- Atomic Learning Link (you must have the login information from your school)
- Home Access Center
- Dress Code
- Lunch Menu
- Interactive Locator
- Elementary Parent and Student Handbook
Internet Safety Information
- Common Sense Media
- FBI Safety Tips
- Disney Guide to Online Safety
- Kid Safety on the Internet
- Net Smartz Workshop
- FBI Parents’ Guide to Internet Safety
WATCH D.O.G.S. (Dads Of Great Students) is an innovative program of the National Center for Fathering focusing on prevention of violence in our nation’s schools by using the positive influence of fathers and father-figures for a two-fold purpose:
1) to provide an unobtrusive presence in the schools, and 2) to be a positive and active role-model for students at their school.
WATCH D.O.G.S. was founded by Jim Moore, a concerned father who chose to take action in response to a 1998 middle-school shooting in Jonesboro, AR. Joined with National Center for Fathering in 2006, WATCH D.O.G.S. serves to inspire and equip men to be the involved fathers, grandfathers and father-figures their students need. To find out more about this important program visit the Watch D.O.G.S. website.
In order to volunteer, you must complete the Volunteer Application online.
Volunteer Application. If you would like to volunteer at your child’s school, please fill out the application form.
Home Access for Bluebonnet Parents (Password to view your child’s grade and attendance information online.)
What are Wednesday Folders?
Wednesday Folders contains the downloadable files that we typically send home weekly or monthly. We want parents to be able to join us in our efforts to be more green and utilize this digital format! Most of the files are in PDF format, some will be in a Google Doc format. No registration is required. Questions? Please check out our Wednesday Folders FAQs.
If you are having trouble accessing any of the documents,
you may need to update your Adobe Reader. You can get an update here.
If you do not have email or internet access and you still need a paper copy of all files, please notify your classroom teacher.
What are Wednesday Folders?
Wednesday Folders supports Bluebonnet’s efforts to help the environment by making news, menus, and other printable documents available in a digital folder. Each month the community will be able to access downloadable/printable news and information from our school.
How do I sign up for Wednesday Folders?
You do not need to sign up for Wednesday Folders. Just click on the Wednesday Folders icon on the home page for updates and information. You will need the latest Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your computer to read the documents.
I’ve clicked on the documents, but nothing happens?
You probably need to update your version of Adobe Reader which you can do by clicking here. Be sure that you do not have pop-ups blocked on your browser.
What is the difference between Wednesday Folders and eNews? Do I need both?
Wednesday Folders is our way of being “green” and helping our environment. Documents are kept in digital folders by month and are available for you to access without printing. There is no sign up required.
eNews is a district-wide system of disseminating Round Rock ISD news and information via email.You must sign up on the district website with a valid email address in order to start receiving eNews. You can choose to receive district news and/or subscribe to multiple campuses of your choice. We encourage you to subscribe so you can be informed of the latest happenings at our school. To sign up for eNews, click here.
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