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Roberts Road Elementary

 
Roberts Road Elementary is one of five Waller ISD elementary schools that serve PreK – fifth grade students with quality educational programs that honor individual learning styles in positive and supportive environments. Among the programs and enrichment opportunities offered are: Bilingual and ESL classes; school-wide Title I Reading and Math; Think Through Math; Istation; Envision Math; Discovery Gifted and Talented; inclusion of students with disabilities; instruction in a working Science Lab; Writing/Reading/Math computer labs; networked computers in each classroom; instruction in Technology Applications, Physical Education, and Music; and a Cup Stacking team. WISD elementary campuses also benefit from strong PTO support, active volunteer programs, and after school programs.


 
  Roberts Road Elementary History 
    Waller Independent School District
  • 2011-2012 - It was the first year for Mrs. Angie Davis to be principal and Mr. Jose Toscano as Assistant Principal. The Community of Faith Church made many improvements to our building and playground. 3rd, 4th and 5th grade students took the STAAR test for the first time. RRE also had the return of an after school program(Case) that served our students with activities such as karate, photography, and piano.
  • 2010-2011-  The year brought many accomplishments and milestones. RRE was rated exemplary for the 3rd year in a row. This brought our total to 13 years of being rated exemplary or recognized. There were 24 classroom teachers, 8 special area teachers, 5 paraprofessionals. Scott Lowell was principal. Angie Davis was Assistant Principal, Andy McGovern, Instructional Facilitator and Courtney Kerlick, counselor. It also saw the retirement of our beloved principal, Mr. Lowell. 
  • 2009-2010 - District growth and the completion of a new elementary school resulted in a realignment of grade levels. Fifth graders were re-located back to the elementary schools and the attendance line boundaries were redrawn. RRE was now a PK through 5th grade campus. Twenty nine teachers including music, P.E. and technology; 5 paraprofessionals, one librarian, one speech therapist and a nurse served approximately 450 students. RRE was Exemplary the 2nd year in a row and has been either Recognized or Exemplary for 13 consecutive years. The administrative team was Scott Lowell, Principal; Angie Davis, Assistant Principal; Andy McGovern, Instructional Facilitator; and Kristy Sims, Counselor.
  • 2008-2009Forty two teachers, including music, physical education and technology; 12 paraprofessionals,      one librarian, one speech therapist, and a nurse shared with WJH, served 661 students.  The administrative team was Scott  Lowell, Principal; Angie Davis,  Assistant Principal; Andy McGovern, Instructional Facilitator; and Kristy Sims, Counselor.
  • 2007-2008 – Forty teachers and eleven paraprofessionals served approximately 670 students per year.  Technology equipment was a priority.  1st-4th received new teacher computers and 3-4 student workstations.  Kindergarten was given a total of 4 computers in each of their classrooms. Eighteen carts containing a projector, document camera,  and computer were purchased for teacher use in the classrooms. Scott Lowell was Principal and Angie Davis was Assistant Principal.
  • 2005-2006 – Forty teachers and eleven paraprofessionals served approximately 670 students per year.  The campus implemented a dual language program starting in Kindergarten.  Scott Lowell was Principal and Angie Davis was Assistant Principal.
  • 2003-2004 – Forty teachers, eleven paraprofessionals, and support staff served approximately 550 students. The campus had a 25-computer lab with presentation station, video-conferencing capabilities, and a small multi-use lab for keyboarding and extension activities. After school programs and before-school tutoring were offered. Scott Lowell was principal and Pura Gonzalez was assistant principal.
  • 2000-2001 – Thirty-two teachers, twelve special area teachers, and twenty-one paraprofessionals served approximately 620 students. There were bilingual classes at every grade level. Scott Lowell was principal and Pura Gonzales was assistant principal.
  • 1999-2000 – Twenty-five classroom teachers, thirteen special area teachers, and twenty paraprofessionals served approximately 550 students. The campus had a YMCA day care program and an afternoon care program. Marilyn Bird was the principal and Charles Van Wright was assistant principal.
  • 1998-1999 – District growth and the completion of a new high school resulted in a realignment of grade levels. Fourth graders were re-located to Jones Middle School and RRE consisted of Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 3. Twenty-four classroom teachers, twelve special area teachers, and nineteen paraprofessionals served 538 students. Marilyn Bird was principal and Charles Van Wright was assistant principal.
  • 1997-1998 – Twenty-seven teachers, fourteen special area teachers, and twenty-three paraprofessionals served 650 students in Pre-K through Grade 4. Marilyn Bird was the principal and Pat Day was assistant principal.
  • 1993-1996 - Cathy Aller served as principal.
  • 1991 – The fifth grade was moved to Jones Intermediate School.
  • 1985 – Roberts Road Elementary opened on November 11 as the second Waller ISD elementary school. Twenty-six teachers and sixteen staff members served approximately 439 students in Kindergarten through Grade 5. Mary Jo Booker was principal.
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