District News

  •  HH24

    Hawk Headliner 2024-2025

    Red Oak ISD has released the digital version of the 2024-2025 Hawk Headliner including Back to School information, school supply lists, the calendar, dress code, new FREE meal plan for all students, and much more!

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  •  Flight School

    ROHS Flight School for 9th graders

    Flight School on Monday, August 5, 2024, is open to incoming ROHS 2024-2025 freshmen.  At this freshman orientation program students will participate in informational sessions from counselors, campus administrators, teachers, and student leaders. Participants will also tour the campus and learn about Hawk traditions. Students can pick up their schedule* and get their ID card made.

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  •  Free Meals For All Students in 2024-25

    Free Meals For All Students in 2024-25

    Made possible through the federally-funded Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) program. All ROISD students can receive FREE breakfast and lunch beginning in 2024-2025.

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  •  Returning Student Registration

    Returning Student Registration

    We plan all summer for the next school year - but that is based on student enrollment!

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  •  ROISD Board approves raises  for the 2024-2025 school year

    ROISD Board approves raises for the 2024-2025 school year

    At a time when many area districts are closing schools, reducing staff, or not giving raises, Red Oak ISD continues to prioritize people.

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  •  ROISD earns NAMM Music Award

    ROISD’s Music Education Program Receives National Recognition

    Red Oak ISD was named as one of the Best Communities for Music Education by The NAMM Foundation.

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  •  MS2

    MS#2 Permit Received, Construction Update

    On April 9, 2024, Red Oak ISD secured the final construction permit for middle school #2 from the City of Ovilla. The step was possible after Ovilla Planning & Zoning Committee and Ovilla City Council approved the Final Plat, on April 1 and April 8, respectively. Joeris Construction began the first of around 500 piers on Monday, April 15.

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