Round Rock ISD Visual Arts named District of Distinction

The Visual Arts Program of Round Rock ISD has been recognized by the Texas Art Education Association (TAEA) as an inaugural District of Distinction. The program submitted work in advocacy, community engagement, participation in programming, exhibitions, service by students to the community, Visual Arts Scholastic event work and other elements in a fourteen category assessment of its program.  Over 1,000 districts were eligible to apply for the Texas Art Education Association Visual Arts Award and only twenty districts received this outstanding honor.   Tim Lowke, Assistant Director of Visual and Performing Arts states “ this recognition is a direct result of the high quality work in visual arts education being done daily by our talented faculty with our students!

The TAEA Administration and Supervision Division as sponsor recognizes districts with outstanding leadership in promoting the arts in their district and community. We want districts that are actively participating members in TAEA and beyond TAEA sponsored events. These districts exemplify a visual arts district of distinction. Congratulations and I commend you on your work with advocating and promoting the visual arts in your district and community.

Dr. Michaelann Kelley, Administration and Supervision Chair

TAEA Districts of Distinction

Aldine ISD
Alief ISD
Austin ISD
Comal ISD
Frisco ISD
Garland ISD
Humble ISD
Hutto ISD
Klein ISD
Lake Dallas ISD
Lubbock ISD
Manor ISD
Pampa ISD
Pearland ISD
Round Rock ISD
Spring ISD
Texas City ISD
Tyler ISD
Victoria ISD
Waco ISD