- Thursday, August 27: Grade 1 Back to School Night – 6:30 – 8:00 p.m.
- Friday, August 28: New Family Orientation – 7:45 – 9:00 a.m.
- Tuesday, September 1: Grade 3 & 4 Back to School Night – 6:30 – 8:00 p.m.
- Thursday, September 3: Grade 2 & 5 Back to School Night – 6:30 – 8:00 p.m.
- Monday, September 7: Labor Day – Student and Staff Holiday, No School
- Wednesday, September 23: Early Release, 12:45pm
- Friday, September 25: Family Picnic, 5:30-7:30pm on the Blacktop
- Friday, October 2: Kindergarten Dads and Donuts, 8:00-9:00am
Information will be sent to households in a letter and through email by Aug. 17. Returning student online enrollment verification will become available the same day. Instructions on how to create an InfoSnap account and begin the enrollment process will be included in the emails and letters.Enroll Online Today!
Welcome to Laurel Mountain Elementary!
Whether your child is transferring to our school from another school district, changing schools within Round Rock ISD, or starting school for the first time, visit the district’s Registration page to find out useful information.
Need to purchase school supplies? Click the link below for each grade level’s list of required supplies.
Reading is an important skill to maintain and grow during summer break. Check out this great list of Summer Reading Resources.
Be sure to visit our district’s Library Services website for more information.
Ten district libraries will be open on select days until August. Additionally, the Round Rock Public Library will now issue library cards to all residents of Round Rock, including residents who live outside the City of Round Rock taxing district.
What is SEM?
Laurel Mountain Elementary (LME) cultivates the individual gifts and talents of every child through the implementation of the Schoolwide Enrichment Model (SEM). This enrichment program is embedded in all classrooms and practiced every day by every student.
SEM provides teachers with tools and methods that support their ability to:
- discover your child’s preferred learning style,
- focus on each child’s individual strengths,
- emphasize self-esteem, and
- encourage independent critical thinking.
Outdoor Learning in Round Rock ISD is more than just a short walk on a nature trail. Outdoor Learning provides ongoing authentic learning experiences for students that encompasses traditional subjects like science, language arts, math, technology and social studies; and engages broader objectives like responsibility and respect. Through Outdoor Learning, students are provided a unique opportunity to engage subjects in a way not found in the traditional brick-and-mortar classroom.