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					Board of Trustees



 Regular Meeting
November 19, 2009
                          NOTICE OF REGULAR MEETING
                              BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                                November 19, 2009

Notice is hereby given that on the 19th day of November 2009 the Board of Trustees of the
Round Rock Independent School District will hold a regular meeting at 7:30 p.m. The meeting
will be held at the Round Rock High School Lecture Hall, located at 300 Lake Creek Drive,
Round Rock, Texas. The subjects to be discussed are listed on the agenda, which is attached to
and made a part of this notice.

On this 13th day of November 2009, this notice was mailed to all members of the news
media who had previously requested such notices in writing, and posted on the bulletin
boards located at the main entrance to the administrative offices and administration
reception area of the School District at 4:00 P.M. on said date.




                                                      FOR THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                                                      Round Rock Independent School
                                                      District




                                                      Jesus H. Chavez
                                                      Superintendent
                                                      November 13, 2009




On October 13, 2009, official notices were sent to the following:

Bulletin Board of Administration Office
Editor, the Round Rock Leader
Editor, Hill County News
Correspondent, Austin American Statesman
            ROUND ROCK INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                               REGULAR MEETING
                                  AGENDA


Time: 7:30 P.M. Regular Session
Place: Round Rock High School Lecture Hall, 300 Lake Creek Drive
Date: November 19, 2009

       A.     ORDER OF BUSINESS
              The Board intends to give all citizens an opportunity to participate in the discussion of public
              business which is being considered and decided by the Board. In order to provide full
              information and the right of participation to the public, the following is the order of business for
              regular Board meetings. The presiding officer with the consensus of members present may
              change the order of business.

       B.     CALL TO ORDER
              Announcement by the chairman as to the presence of a quorum and that the meeting has been
              duly called, and the notice of the meeting has been posted for time and in the manner required
              by law.

       C.     PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

       D.     BOARD RECOGNITION/INTRODUCTIONS
              1. Recognitions for the Month of November ...................................................................... 1-7

       E.     PUBLIC COMMUNICATIONS REGARDING ITEMS NOT ON THE AGENDA
              At each regular meeting, the Board will set aside twenty minutes to afford the general public
              an opportunity to speak to the Board on any matter concerning the education of students and
              the business of the Board which is not listed on the Board agenda. At the time the twenty-
              minute limit is reached, the Board will proceed to other business and persons who have not
              yet spoken will be rescheduled to the latter part of the meeting in the public communication
              section.

       F.     SUPERINTENDENT’S REPORT
                  • Bond Oversight Committee Report
                  • Libraries of Love Presentation
                  • Highly Qualified Teacher Report (NCLB)
                  • Capital Area College Tech Prep Grant Award
                  • Construction Update

       G.     DISCUSSION ITEMS
               2. First Reading of Update 86 and Other Local Policies (see attached list)..................... 8-10
               3. Announcement of Board Credit Hours ........................................................................ 11-12

       H.     ACTION ITEMS FOR CONSIDERATION BY CONSENT
                 Public Participation on Action Items
                     The Board will consider and take appropriate action regarding
               4. Approval of Board Minutes for the Meetings held on October 15, 2009,
                  October 24, 2009 (8:30 a.m.), and October 24, 2009 (10:30 a.m.) ...........................13-24
               5. Approval of High School “Late Start” Waiver for the Spring TAKS Testing Dates.. 25
               6. Approval of Professional Development Appraisal System Appraisers (Update) .....26-28
               7. Adoption of a Reimbursement Resolution for Various Bond 2006 Projects ............29-31
               8. Adoption of a Reimbursement Resolution for Various Bond 2008 Projects ............32-34
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Regular Board Meeting, November 19, 2009                                                                                           Page 2



       I.     ACTION ITEMS
               9. Approval of Name for New Elementary School in the Stone Oak Neighborhood ...... 35
              10. Approval of Renaming the Stony Point Ninth Grade Center....................................... 36
              11. Adoption of an Order Authorizing the Issuance of RRISD Unlimited Tax Building
                  Bonds in an Aggregate Principal Amount Not to Exceed $89,425,000; Levying a
                  Tax and Providing for the Security and Payment Thereof .......................................37-71
              12. Approval of Annual Audit Report ............................................................................... 72
              13. Approval of Architects to Provide Architectural and Engineering Services
                  for the New Elementary School at Paloma Lakes Subdivision................................... 73
              14. Approval of Designated Project Delivery Methods for Bond 2006 Fourth Sale
                  Construction Projects ................................................................................................74-76
              15. Approval of Designated Project Delivery Methods for Bond 2008 Second Sale
                  Construction Projects ...............................................................................................77-78
              16. Adoption of Resolution to Cast Votes for Election of Williamson County
                  Appraisal District Directors ......................................................................................79-80
              17. Adoption of Resolution to Cast Votes for Election of Travis Central Appraisal
                  District Directors.......................................................................................................81-82

       J.     PUBLIC COMMUNICATION
              Public Communication Regarding Items Not on the Agenda (continuation from E)

       K.     BOARD CALENDAR/BOARD ANNOUNCEMENTS/REQUESTS FOR
              FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS

       L.     ADJOURNMENT
Update 86

BBB   (Legal) – Board Members: Elections
BBBB  (Legal) – Elections: Ethics
BDF   (Legal) – Board Internal Organization: Citizen Advisory Committees
BQ    (Legal) – Planning and Decision-Making Process
CBA   (Legal) – State and Federal Revenue Sources: State
CFD   (Legal) – Accounting: Activity Funds Management
CH    (Legal) – Purchasing and Acquisition
CJA   (Legal) – Contracted Services: Criminal History
CL    (Legal) – Buildings, Grounds, and Equipment Management
CLB   (Legal) – Buildings, Grounds, and Equipment Management: Maintenance
CLB   (Local) – Buildings, Grounds, and Equipment Management: Maintenance
CMD   (Legal) – Equipment and Supplies Management: Instructional Materials Care and
                Accounting
CNC (Legal) – Transportation Management: Transportation Safety
COA (Legal) – Food Services Management: Food Purchasing
CS   (Legal) – Facility Standards
CV   (Legal) – Facilities Construction
CV   (Local) – Facilities Construction
DAA (Legal) – Employment Objectives: Equal Employment Opportunity
DBA   (Legal) – Employment Requirements and Restrictions: Credentials and Records
DBAA (Legal) – Employment Requirements and Restrictions: Criminal History and
                Credit Reports
DBB   (Legal) – Employment Requirements and Restrictions: Medical Examinations
                and Communicable Diseases
DC   (Legal) Employment Practices
DEA (Legal) – Compensation and Benefits: Salaries and Wages
DEAA (Legal) – Compensation and Benefits: Incentives and Stipends
DEB  (Legal) – Compensation and Benefits: Fringe Benefits
DEC  (Legal) – Compensation and Benefits: Leaves and Absences
DG   (Legal) – Employee Rights and Privileges
DGBA (Legal) – Personnel-Management Relations: Employee Complaints/Grievances
EEB  (Legal) – Instructional Arrangements Class Size
EFAA (Legal) – Instructional Materials Selection and Adoption: Textbook Selection and
               Adoption
EHAA (Legal) – Basic Instructional Program: Required Instruction (All Levels)
EHAC (Legal) – Basic Instructional Program Required Instruction (Secondary)
EHBAB(Legal) – Special Education: ARD Committee and Individualized Education Program
EHBC (Legal) – Special Programs: Compensatory/Accelerated Services
EHBG (Legal) – Special Programs: Prekindergarten
EHBK (Legal) – Special Programs: Other Instructional Initiatives
EHDD (Legal) – Extended Instructional Programs: College Course Work/Dual Credit
EHDE (Legal) – Extended Instructional Programs: Distance Learning
EIA  (Legal) – Academic Achievement: Grading/Progress Reports to Parents
EIC  (Legal) – Academic Achievement: Class Ranking
EIE  (Legal) – Academic Achievement: Retention and Promotion
EIF  (Legal) – Academic Achievement: Graduation
EJ     (Legal) – Academic Guidance Program
EK     (Legal) – Testing Programs
EKB    (Legal) – Testing Programs: State Assessment
EKBA   (Legal) – State Assessment: LEP Students
FB     (Legal) – Equal Educational Opportunity
FD     (Legal) – Admissions
FDD    (Legal) – Admissions: Military Dependents
FDD    (Local) – Admissions: Military Dependents
FDE    (Legal) – Admissions: School Safety Transfers
FDE    (Local) – Admissions: School Safety Transfers
FEA    (Legal) – Attendance: Compulsory Attendance
FEA    (Local) – Attendance: Compulsory Attendance
FEB    (Legal) – Attendance: Attendance Accounting
FFAB   (Legal) – Wellness and Health Services: Immunizations
FFAD   (Local) – Wellness and Health Services: Communicable Diseases
FFG    (Legal) – Student Welfare: Child Abuse and Neglect
FM     (Legal) – Student Activities
FNCG   (Legal) – Student Conduct: Weapons
FO     (Legal) – Student Discipline
FOD    (Legal) – Student Discipline Expulsion
FODA   (Legal) – Expulsion: Juvenile Justice Alternative Education Program
GBA    (Legal) – Public Information Program: Access To Public Information
GBAA   (Legal) – Information Access: Requests For Information
GKG    (Legal) – Community Relations: School Volunteer Program

Update 86 Local With Administrative Changes Recommended:

CFD  (Local) – Accounting: Activity Funds Management
DGBA (Local) – Personnel-Management Relations: Employee Complaints/Grievances
EIA  (Local) – Academic Achievement: Grading/Progress Reports to Parents


Other Local Policies Not a Part of Update 86:

CH   (Local) – Purchasing and Acquisition
DBB   (Local) – Employment Requirements and Restrictions: Medical Examinations and
                Communicable Diseases
DEC (Local) – Compensation and Benefits: Leaves and Absences
EFAA (Local) – Instructional Materials Selection and Adoption: Textbook Selection and
                Adoption
FB   (Local) – Equal Educational Opportunity
FD   (Local) – Admissions
FEB   (Local) – Attendance: Attendance Accounting
FM   (Local) – Student Activities
FNG (Local) – Student Rights and Responsibilities: Student and Parent
               Complaints/Grievances


Regulations and exhibits are for information only

CFD    (Reg)   – Accounting: Activity Funds Management
CW    (Reg) – New Facilities
EIF   (Reg) – Academic Achievement: Graduation
FNG   (Reg) – Student Rights and Responsibilities: Student and Parent
              Complaints/Grievances
FOC   (Ex)  – Student Discipline: Placement In A Disciplinary Alternative Education
              Setting
                                BOARD OF EDUCATION
                       ROUND ROCK INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
                                ROUND ROCK, TEXAS


SUBJECT:    Recognitions                                                                  AGENDA ITEM NO.           1

   DATE:    November 19, 2009                                                               RELATED PAGES: None


                                                                                         PRESENTED BY: Diane Cox


                                                RECOGNITIONS

        (Students receiving state and national honors are invited to receive recognition at RRISD Board Meetings)

STUDENT RECOGNITIONS:

Congratulations to Ananya Mishra, McNeil High School who was selected as a semi-finalist in
the 2009-2010 Siemens Competition in Math, Science and Technology. Cindy Doty is her
principal.

Last month the McNeil High School theatre department traveled to the Texas Renaissance
Festival to compete in the Theatre Arts Festival. The following students competed and were
finalists in their categories:
Costume Design: 2nd place - Kristen Amann; finalists Jori Hoskins, Diana Park, Madelyn
Carlson, and Laura Darby
Duet Acting: 1st place – Hope Booksh and Louis Lutes
Group Acting: 2nd place – Morgan Miller, Zach Vaughn, Jonas Vezia, Ellen Gruber, Jessie
Howard, and Sammy Lutes. Erin Shaw is their teacher.

The artwork of the following Union Hill Elementary students will be featured in the 2010-
2011 911 calendar for the Capital Area Council of Governments.
They are: Lexi Roa, Sabrina Chavez, and Estefany Diaz Bernabe. The art contest teaches
students about using the 911 and emergency systems. They were honored at a celebration that
was held at the Austin Capital on September 11. Kara Hallmark is their teacher.

Congratulations to Sai Sameer Pusapaty, Sommer Elementary for receiving 1st place at the
Capital One Bank art contest at the Old Pecan Street Art Festival. Cynthia Rodriquez is his art
instructor.

Congratulations to the Walsh Middle School and C.D. Fulkes Middle School orchestras for being
honored with a new piece dedicated to them. “Sweet Suite,” composed by Dr. Andrew Dabczynski
has been dedicated to both orchestras. The C.D. Fulkes orchestra will perform the world premiere on
January 7, at the RRISD Performing Arts Center. Elizabeth Bryson is their orchestra director.




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Congratulations to the C.D. Fulkes Middle School and McNeil High School choirs for being
selected to perform for Channel 8 News Austin on a day during the November and December
holiday season. Heather Rosen, Brad Hester, and Cristina Scott are their choir directors.

Congratulations to the following Round Rock ISD high school band students for participating in the
Region Jazz Band Auditions held September 23 at Stony Point High School and being selected for
the All-Region and All-Area Jazz Band:
McNeil High School: Jimbo Brand, Jared Beau, Benjamin Gravell, and Anthony Gruber.
Travis Ancelet, Jason Dimicelli, and Ian Smith are their band directors.
Round Rock High School: Charlie Chadwell and Marshall Tidrick. Ed Stein, Stephen Roeder,
and David Mobley are their band directors.
Stony Point High School: Kyle Samuel. Brian Sedatole, Matt Greene, and Cathy Benford are
their band directors.
Westwood High School: Quentin Babb, Eric Hintikka, Kevin Lasane, and Titiana Koike. Jack
Green, David Jennison, Thomas Turpin, and Travis Elrod are their band directors.

Congratulations to the following Round Rock ISD middle school theatre students for participating in
the Renaissance One-Act Play Festival at Plantersville, Texas October 28 and being awarded the
following honors:
Canyon Vista Middle School: 1st place monologue – Amanda Nolting. Justin Elliott is her theatre
director.
Cedar Valley Middle School: 3rd place – Maddie Benevides, Anna Danko, Natalie Hinze, Emily
Lucero, Ava Lynk, Ashlie Meckley, Amanda Moerbe, Candice Moerbe, Emily Ramsey, Kim
Rogers, Courtney Sauceda, Jenn Sloan, Angela Spies, Rebecca Stewart-Kennedy, Alisan
Turner, Becca Whiteman, and Tori Wolf. Kris Baker is their theatre director.
Deerpark Middle School: 2nd place monologue – Kiana Emeratsaz; 3rd place monologue –
Tyrone Wright; 1st place scene contest – Sarah Roberts; 2nd place scene contest – Mary Musser
and David Williams; 3rd place scene contest – Kennadee Hoard and Alizeh Sheraze. Paige
Hadziselimovic is their theatre director.
Deerpark Middle School Choir: 1st place choir competition – Tessa Barney, Arianna Brenna,
Maddy Campillo, Amanda Chen, Cody Dosier, Eskender Elias, Christian Gonzalez, Steven
Kuehn, Kristin Ranus, Sarah Roberts, Samnjana Shetty, Spencer Siegel, Maddie Socha,
Lauren Sorkin, Tan Vu, Casey Wall, David Williams, and Tyrone Wright, Jr. Sean Mann and
Karen Fincher are their choir directors.
Walsh Middle School: 1st place Ensemble Acting – Mikayla Barker, Savannah Bridges, Stacey
Diep, Mackenzie Kyler, Lauren Spikes, and Tabi Taylor; 2nd place Due Acting – Katie Frock
and Payton Murphy; 3rd place Poetry – Madison Boudreaux. Cari Ancelet is their theatre
director.

Congratulations to the following Round Rock ISD high school bands for participating in the 5A
Marching Contest held October 17 at the Round Rock ISD Athletic Complex and receiving the
following honors:
McNeil High School: Division I
Round Rock High School: Division I
Stony Point High School Band and Tiger Dancers: Division I
Westwood High School: Division I

Congratulations to the following Round Rock ISD high school choirs for participating in the TMEA



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Region Choir Auditions held October 19 at Georgetown High School and being selected for the All-
Region Choir:
McNeil High School: Arjun Adapalli, Emily Anderson, David Barnes, Geneva Brock, Maddie
Chard, Mason Cobern, Ivan Cruickshank, Emmanuel DeLeon, Stephanie Donowho, Elizabeth
Draughon, Judy Emeodi – Alternate, Mariah Fox, Brian George. Kristi Glaab, Jason
Gauthier, Ellen Gruber, Gretchen Hahn, Haley Hall, Keith Hodges, Nora Janosek, Reid
Jernigan, Jordan Kapusisnski, Sylvia Kim, Amanda Leard, Cady Ludden, Andrea Mitchell,
Sean Moore, Rodrigo Morales – Alternate, Amos Nam, Meghan Pollitt, Sarah Rosenman,
Cora Schnidler, Lindsay Smith, Trent Spillman, Dana Stimson, Max Swift, Rachel Thompson,
Summer Thompson, Jones Vezia, Marcus Washington, and Erin Zebrowski. Brad Hester and
Christina Scott are their choir directors.
Round Rock High School: Catherine Cotton, Gregory Cotton-Alternate, Luke Cotton,
Melanie Disu, Tiffany Downey, Cameron Durden-Alternate Lucio Garcia, Haide Gonzalez,
Nathan Graves, Alexia Guerra, Sarah Haas, Kara Kupecki, Brandon Mautez-Alternate, Brian
McCarthy- Alternate, Sarah Miller, Brian Pam-Alternate, Jessica River, David Schieferstein,
Megan Smith, Amanda Trent, Beau Vandertulip, Rachel Walrath, Ammon Wilding, Kaely
Wilding, and Chris Wright-Alternate. Tod Fish and Stephanie Rodriguez are their choir
directors.
Stony Point High School: Colleen Doyle, Sean Gossett, Nick Hasten, Terri Hernandez, and
Adam Thomasson. Annie Payton and Stephanie Rodriguez are their choir directors.
Westwood High School: Yash Aggarwal, Sarah Akbar, Apoorva Anupindi, Lauren Campbell,
Melody Chang, Virginia Conrad, Kristin Day, Douglas Dietert, Catherine Etter, Christina
Freeman, Jennifer Goff, Anna Gottardi, Chris Greer, Denis Ha, Jordan Hanna, Brendan
Hester, Helen Jung, Monisha Konana, Zane Kruemcke, Logan LaValley, Jaime Lee, Cindi Li,
Josnua Lu, Ameya Madduri, Alexa Martin, Samantha Martin, Charissa Memrick, Eric Meo,
Nida Najjar, Jonghye Park, Katie Pocock, Joanna Poget, Rachel Richardson, Zachery Schultz,
Shruti Subramanian, Mitch Todd, Madelyn Ward and Russell Zacher. David Means, Pam
Kalmbach, and Linda Hester are their choir directors.

Congratulations to the following Round Rock ISD middle school orchestras for participating in the
TMEA Region String Auditions held October 30 at Georgetown NGC and were selected for the All-
Region Orchestra:
Canyon Vista Middle School: Sesoo Cha, Minji Chae, Stephen Chao, Alvin Chen, Raymond
Chen, Steven Chen, Judy Chu, Laura Daigh, Victoria Fung, Justin Gau, Jesse Gu, Joann Gu,
Dana Hsieh, Jocelyn Hsu, Eileen Jau, Michelle Lu, John Luo, Emily Ma, Dylan Moore, Wesley
Ng, Minh Nguyen, Adam Peir, Deepa Rajan, Garcelia Sills, Grace Song, Calvin Su, Deepak
Subramanian, Saveen Subramanian, Leslie Tu, Austin Vo, Zennie Wey, Kelly Ye, Claudia
Xian, Joanna Wu, Shawn Wu, and Chaewon Yoon. Elizabeth Frederick is their orchestra
director.
Cedar Valley Middle School: Yun-Tian Chang, Grace Nam, Eric Su, Edward Wang, and
Xiaohang Zhang. Feng Zhao is their orchestra director.
Chisholm Trail Middle School: Efaine Chang, Madeleine Keist, Angel Rivera, and Linda
Zhang. Danny Gee is their orchestra director.
Deerpark Middle School: Stephany Chang, Dolores Derksen, Melika Gradek, Roland Ip,
Anthony Lau, and Phillip Truitt. David Chisum is their orchestra director.
Hopewell Middle School: Jillian Brutlag, Alexis Lawhon, Jeremy Patterson, Claudia Reyes,
and Hector Rodriguez. Allison Sozansky is their orchestra director.
Ridgeview Middle School: Caitlin Komm, Nicholas Liu, Bailey Moates, and Kimberly



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Zielnicki, Corey Spratlan is their orchestra director.
Walsh Middle School: Billy Li, Jocelyn Li, Lee Pahm, and Rebecca Pulley. Elizabeth Bryson is
their orchestra director.

Congratulations to the following Round Rock ISD high school orchestras for participating in the
TMEA Region String Auditions held October 30 at Georgetown NGC and were selected for the All-
Region Orchestra:
McNeil High School: Kimberly Attaway. Eileen Euperio, Vincent Ip, Eugene Ng, Hannah Lee,
So-Young Park, Ethan Scully, Brian Shi, Dahyun Son, and Eric Wang. James Caswell is their
orchestra director.
Round Rock High School: Alex Hofmann, Barbara Hugston, Stephen Kiec, Samuel Martin,
Courtney Moore, Beau Vandertulip, Jessica Zepeda, and Kajia Zheng. Sandra Vandertulip is
their orchestra director.
Westwood High School: Dongsoo Cha, Jonathan Chang, Joshua Chang, Rachel Chao, Danny
Chen, Eric Chen, Valerie Chiu, Phil Choi, Ashley Chung, Crystal Cockerill, Grace Gao,
Sheetal Hegde, Bruce Hua, Larry Huang, Peter Jong, Geon Kim, Jacky Kuo, Wells Leng, Zach
Lockett-Streiff, Tim Moon, Ely Ng, Hai-Uyen Nguyen, Jason Pang, Brian Par, Divya
Ramamoorthy, Sierra Reed, Summer Reed, Joey Richardson, Vivian Shaw, Justine Sheu,
Kevin Tian, Amy Tsai, Virginia Wang, Christine Wei, Katie Wotipka, Jimmy Wu, Patrick
Wu, James Yoon, Carolyn Yuan, Eric Zhang, and Shannon Zhang. Susan Williams is their
orchestra director.

Congratulations to the following Round Rock ISD middle school choirs for participating in the
TMEA MS Region Choir Auditions held on October 31at Henry Middle School at Cedar Park and
being named to the All-Region Choir:
Canyon Vista Middle School: Devin Ashmore, Devon Crosby, Savannah David, Marisa
Dowling, Danny Holmstrom, Manasa Kanukurthy, Jessica Kreitner, Molly McCormick,
Madison Mischnick, Joey Moody, Carolyn Nuelle, Annaliese Oliver, Meagan Oliver, Rachel
Pollock, Daniela Ruiz, Keri Spiller, Mykaela Steinburg, and Jordan Tenpas. Raul Vara is their
choir director.
Cedar Valley Middle School: Moly Howard, Aida Kajs, Amanda Lipscomb, Haley Peeler,
Hannah Peeler, and Emily Ramsey-Voigt. Susan McCormick is their choir director.
C.D. Fulkes Middle School: Rocio Barbosa, Zaria Barker, Angela Coronado, Devin Dixon,
Michael Elliott, Susana Lopez, Sabrina Martz, Chaiyre Miller, Brandon Moran, Jade Rolof,
Beatrice Velasquez, and Melina Zurita. Heather Rosen is their choir director.
Chisholm Trail Middle School: Victoria Etter, Lauren Frank, Greg Garcia, Caleb Henderson,
Jessica Jennings, Abigail Mock, Jessica O’Brien, Anika Shah, Avery Utz, and Rose Wilding.
Jaime Mattox is their choir director.
Deerpark Middle School: Michelle Akapaka, Annabel Airey, Jessica Benson, Skyler Bailey,
Tessa Barney, Arianna Brenna, Audrey Brock, Maddy Campillo, Amanda Chen, Cara Chin,
Gabriel DeLeon, Cody Dosier, Eskender Elias, Christian Gonzalez, Mark Hartsfield, Elise
Hodges, Journey Hughes, Na Young Hur, Filip Kasprowicz, D’Marosay McAffee, Giovanni
Lazano, Christian Majors, Kristen Ranus, Sarah Roberts, Spencer Seigel, Sanjana Shetty,
Kelly Sjoerdsma, Maddie Socha, Arielle Sutherland, Tan Vu, Casey Wall, Jadzea Watsey,
Madison Wilson, Tyrone Wright, Serena Wu, and Victoria Yell. Sean Mann and Karen
Fincher are their choir directors.
Grisham Middle School: Heather Keating. Karen Fincher is her choir director.
Hopewell Middle School: Zoie Samarripas. Tim Klingler and Cayla Cardiff are her choir



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directors.
Ridgeview Middle School: Brittany Brewer, Sarah Fischer, Yasmyne Fisher, Josh Hill, Korina
Lurie, Becca Milam, Karina Parra, Justine Perales, Henrique Valim Quigley, Logan Rudolph,
Christian Scott, Savannah Swanberg, Lindsay Tarr, and Jonathan Turner. Marvin Goad is
their choir director.
Walsh Middle School: Stefano Bhardwaj, Madison Bond, Sam Henderson, Kristie House,
Lauren Nelson, and John Reasons. Cindy Ja and Tricia Russell are their choir directors.

STAFF RECOGNITIONS:

Tiffany Asha, Deerpark Middle School, had her research project titled: Graffiti, Protest and
Propaganda, Taking Social Action: Visual Culture of a Border State accepted to be presented at the
National Art Education Association Conference in Baltimore this April. She has also been
commissioned to write the feature article for Glencoe McGraw Hill's art newsletter, Art Notes for
the month of October. Sonya Hayes is her principal and Jim VanZandt is her director.

Congratulations to Lori Lockwood who received a $3000 grant from Dollar General Store to
purchase nonfiction materials to update and support the fine arts collection at C.D.Fulkes Middle
School library. Specific areas that will be targeted will be art, drawing, sports, crafts and foreign
languages. Nancy Guerrera is her principal, and Carlyn Gray is her director.

Congratulations to Liz Lowe, Robertson Elementary, who received a $1,000 grant for school
supplies from Office Max’s “A Day Made Better” Adopt-A-Classroom program. Liz was
nominated for her willingness to do anything asked of her, trying new things to better her
instruction, building relationships with her students and her exceptional dedication to Robertson
Elementary. Patricia Ephlin is her principal.

Round Rock ISD teachers at 20 campuses were surprised with checks and the news that they
were winners of Excellence in Education Grants. The Round Rock ISD Partners in Education
Foundation sponsors the grant program to provide funding for resources and tools that can
significantly and positively impact student achievement and learning. The Foundation awarded
more than $31,000 to teachers across the district for educational programs. Schools winning the
2009 grants are:
• Anderson Mill Elementary, $1,100 — Best Practice through Biographies; Keri Yamnik,
Gina Shen, Angela Stillman and Tammi Carter
• Bluebonnet Elementary, $2,095.30 — SMART Students: Math & Technology Integrations
with Art and Music Instruction; Barbara Berry, Darlene Henson and Derrick Wilson
• Brushy Creek Elementary, $2,997.75 — Bringing the Curriculum Alive with Visual
Technology: Wendy Greinke, Jenny Estes, Anna Hudson, Liz Janish and Katie Maybaum
• Cactus Ranch Elementary, $2,530 — Poor, Poor Pluto - A Planet No More; Lindsay Jones,
Krista Peake, Amanda Carson and Robert Heard
• Canyon Creek Elementary, $1,200 — Building Blocks for Math Success; Marcia Bates,
Shannon Benoit, Lisa Clarke, Cindy Huttenhower and Katrine Kohls
• Deep Wood Elementary, $871.92 — Handwriting Without Tears; Therese Wafford, Annette
Freres, Alice Kilgora and Paula Powell
• Fern Bluff Elementary, $1,130 — Flipping Out Over History!; Deidra Floyd and Mark
Kanis




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• Forest North Elementary, $1,665 — LEGO Mindstorms Robotics Project; Prairie James,
Kathy Potral and Julie Haney
• Great Oaks Elementary, $2,591.89 — SMART Students: Integrating Music and Art
Instruction with Math, Science, Language Arts and Technology; Alisha Gabriel, Mike Stout,
Angela Padilla and Suzanne West
• Live Oak Elementary, $1,200 — Language, Interests, New Experiences through Growing
Opportunities (LINGO); Mary Morris, Johanna Friedel and Jeanne Balkman
• Purple Sage Elementary, $1,200 — A Glass Act: Science and Art; Emily Thurman, Negina
Kolesar, Nydia Cantu and Erinn Henrichs
• Sommer Elementary, $1,200 — Teaching 4th Grade Science and Math through
LEGO Robotics; Revathi Balakrishnan, Amy Stearns and Kelly Coggin
• Union Hill Elementary, $2,200 — Developing and Improving Reading Fluency for Below
Grade Level Readers, Utilizing iPods and Recording Technology in the Reading Laboratory or
Classroom; Donna Wise, Chris Garza, Elizabeth Hodges, Kay Lynne Diamond and Odalid
Guerra
• Wells Branch Elementary, $556 — Improving Achievement One Step at a Time; Amanda
Gallagher, Judy Williams, Laurie Teinert, Lauren Derrington, Susanne Johnston, Jill
Keler and Jen McDonald
• C.D. Fulkes Middle School, $1,550 — Opera: The Marriage of Choir and Theatre Arts II;
Heather Rosen and Tara Bonds
• Deerpark Middle School, $2,280 — Science Experience Remediation for At-Risk Students;
Sher Stultz and Bernadette De La Garza
• Grisham Middle School, $1,055 — Seeing is Knowing; Jennie Tidwell, Julie Gobert,
Rosalyn Mack, Wendy Levine and Gayle Gulyasar
• Round Rock High School, $1,000 — The Self Sustaining Research Garden; Joan Gambrell,
Leslie Lopez, Trey Nobles, John Hallmark and Danielle White
• Round Rock Opportunity Center, $823.28 — Powered by the Sun; Brian LeBansky,
Dominic Perez, Kenneth Carson, Lisa Blair and Ellen Blumberg
• Stony Point 9th Grade Center/Stony Point High School, $1,650 — SMARTening Up Your
Classroom; David McCarroll, Renee Keough, Darlene Austin, Joy Windell, Denise
Blomquist and Heath Walz

Robert Sormani, principal Chisholm Trail Middle School has been selected as the 2009 Texas
Art Education Association (TAEA) Principal of the Year. Mr. Sormani is being recognized
statewide for his support of the Visual Art Program at Chisholm Trail Middle School, which
houses RRISD's largest visual art program. He was also chosen for his innovation in employing
the PowerArt model in assisting to reduce the achievement gap in math. PowerArt is an
integrated approach of teaching math through art and was implemented at CTMS in 2008. He
was recognized at the annual TAEA conference in Dallas on November 12th.

Kara Hallmark, Union Hill Elementary has been published in the Women’s Studio Workshop:
Inside an All-Woman Art Space. She wrote a chapter highlighting how the workshop promotes
social justice for the upcoming anthology, Art Education and Social Justice, which is being
published by the National Art Education Association this spring. Ms Hallmark will also be
presenting her research at the Art Education and Social Justice at the National Art Education
Association Conference in April.

Congratulations to Donna Staten, art instructor at Gattis Elementary School for being selected to



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present to elementary visual art teachers from across the state regarding her work with students and
the web gallery Artsonia at the Texas Art Education Association Conference – Artistic Foundations
from November 11 through 15 in Dallas, Texas.

Congratulations to Diane Ebert, art instructor at McNeil High School for being awarded a $500
grant from The Meadows Foundations: Charitable Schools Program. The National Art Honor
Society has elected to adopt a Title 1 Elementary school that has no art teacher-the classroom
teacher must provide any art for the students. Diane plans to make art kits for the students and
hopefully they will be able to deliver them before the Winter Break.

Congratulations to Tim Lowke, art instructor at Chisholm Trail Middle School and RRISD Visual
Art Curriculum Specialist for being selected to present two workshops, PowerArt about his work
with students at Chisholm Trail integrating art and math alongside Power of the Warm-up, which is
an extension of his work with student engagement at the Texas Art Education Association
Conference – Artistic Foundations, November 11 through 15 in Dallas, Texas.

Laura Alcorta, director of student diversity and learning programs has been elected regional
director for the Association of Compensatory Educators of Texas (ACET), to represent the
Region XIII school districts. ACET helps educators provide programs for educationally
disadvantaged children in Texas.

Congratulations to Alan Albers, executive director of operations and facilities has been elected
president of the Southern Region of the Council of Educational Facility Planners, International
(CEFPI) for the 2009 – 2010 year. The United States is divided into 6 regions and the Southern
Region is comprised of Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana, and Oklahoma. CEFPI’s sole mission is
improving the places where children learn. CEFPI members, individuals, institutions and
corporations are actively involved in planning, designing, building, equipping and maintaining
schools and colleges.

SPECIAL RECOGNITIONS:

Round Rock ISD is ranked #2 on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA’s) new
quarterly Top 20 K-12 Schools List of the largest green power purchasers among primary and
secondary schools. Round Rock Independent School District is purchasing nearly 17 million
kilowatt-hours (kWh) of green power annually, which is enough green power to meet 25 percent
of the school's purchased electricity use. RRISD is buying utility green power from Austin
Energy. All of EPA’s Top Partner Lists are available at
http://www.epa.gov/greenpower/toplists/.




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                             BOARD OF EDUCATION
                    ROUND ROCK INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
                             ROUND ROCK, TEXAS


SUBJECT:    First Reading of Update 86 and Other Local Policies       AGENDA ITEM NO.        2
            Not a Part of Update 86
   DATE:    November 19, 2009                                           RELATED PAGES: None


                                                                     PRESENTED BY: Glen Colby


                                         DISCUSSION


BACKGROUND INFORMATION:

The Policy Committee of the Board of Trustees, administrative staff members and the School
District’s attorney met on November 10, 2009 to review Update 86 as presented and other local
policies, exhibits and regulations. The regulations and exhibits are for information only since
they are not adopted by the board.

The following local policies are submitted to the Board for the first reading and review. After
review of Update 86 as presented, legal policies will be incorporated into the District’s Board
Policy Manual and local policies will be placed on the agenda of the next regular board meeting
for adoption.

Update 86

BBB      (Legal) – Board Members: Elections
BBBB     (Legal) – Elections: Ethics
BDF      (Legal) – Board Internal Organization: Citizen Advisory Committees
BQ       (Legal) – Planning and Decision-Making Process
CBA      (Legal) – State and Federal Revenue Sources: State
CFD      (Legal) – Accounting: Activity Funds Management
CH       (Legal) – Purchasing and Acquisition
CJA      (Legal) – Contracted Services: Criminal History
CL       (Legal) – Buildings, Grounds, and Equipment Management
CLB      (Legal) – Buildings, Grounds, and Equipment Management: Maintenance
CLB      (Local) – Buildings, Grounds, and Equipment Management: Maintenance
CMD      (Legal) – Equipment and Supplies Management: Instructional Materials Care and
                   Accounting
CNC     (Legal) – Transportation Management: Transportation Safety
COA     (Legal) – Food Services Management: Food Purchasing
CS      (Legal) – Facility Standards
CV      (Legal) – Facilities Construction
CV      (Local) – Facilities Construction
DAA     (Legal) – Employment Objectives: Equal Employment Opportunity
DBA     (Legal) – Employment Requirements and Restrictions: Credentials and Records


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DBAA (Legal) – Employment Requirements and Restrictions: Criminal History and
               Credit Reports
DBB   (Legal) – Employment Requirements and Restrictions: Medical Examinations
                and Communicable Diseases
DC   (Legal) Employment Practices
DEA (Legal) – Compensation and Benefits: Salaries and Wages
DEAA (Legal) – Compensation and Benefits: Incentives and Stipends
DEB  (Legal) – Compensation and Benefits: Fringe Benefits
DEC  (Legal) – Compensation and Benefits: Leaves and Absences
DG   (Legal) – Employee Rights and Privileges
DGBA (Legal) – Personnel-Management Relations: Employee Complaints/Grievances
EEB  (Legal) – Instructional Arrangements Class Size
EFAA (Legal) – Instructional Materials Selection and Adoption: Textbook Selection and
               Adoption
EHAA (Legal) – Basic Instructional Program: Required Instruction (All Levels)
EHAC (Legal) – Basic Instructional Program Required Instruction (Secondary)
EHBAB(Legal) – Special Education: ARD Committee and Individualized Education Program
EHBC (Legal) – Special Programs: Compensatory/Accelerated Services
EHBG (Legal) – Special Programs: Prekindergarten
EHBK (Legal) – Special Programs: Other Instructional Initiatives
EHDD (Legal) – Extended Instructional Programs: College Course Work/Dual Credit
EHDE (Legal) – Extended Instructional Programs: Distance Learning
EIA  (Legal) – Academic Achievement: Grading/Progress Reports to Parents
EIC  (Legal) – Academic Achievement: Class Ranking
EIE  (Legal) – Academic Achievement: Retention and Promotion
EIF  (Legal) – Academic Achievement: Graduation
EJ   (Legal) – Academic Guidance Program
EK   (Legal) – Testing Programs
EKB  (Legal) – Testing Programs: State Assessment
EKBA (Legal) – State Assessment: LEP Students
FB   (Legal) – Equal Educational Opportunity
FD   (Legal) – Admissions
FDD  (Legal) – Admissions: Military Dependents
FDD  (Local) – Admissions: Military Dependents
FDE  (Legal) – Admissions: School Safety Transfers
FDE  (Local) – Admissions: School Safety Transfers
FEA  (Legal) – Attendance: Compulsory Attendance
FEA  (Local) – Attendance: Compulsory Attendance
FEB  (Legal) – Attendance: Attendance Accounting
FFAB (Legal) – Wellness and Health Services: Immunizations
FFAD (Local) – Wellness and Health Services: Communicable Diseases
FFG  (Legal) – Student Welfare: Child Abuse and Neglect
FM   (Legal) – Student Activities
FNCG (Legal) – Student Conduct: Weapons
FO   (Legal) – Student Discipline
FOD  (Legal) – Student Discipline Expulsion
FODA (Legal) – Expulsion: Juvenile Justice Alternative Education Program
GBA (Legal) – Public Information Program: Access To Public Information
GBAA (Legal) – Information Access: Requests For Information
GKG (Legal) – Community Relations: School Volunteer Program



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Update 86 Local With Administrative Changes Recommended:

CFD  (Local) – Accounting: Activity Funds Management
DGBA (Local) – Personnel-Management Relations: Employee Complaints/Grievances
EIA  (Local) – Academic Achievement: Grading/Progress Reports to Parents


Other Local Policies Not a Part of Update 86:

CH   (Local) – Purchasing and Acquisition
DBB   (Local) – Employment Requirements and Restrictions: Medical Examinations and
                Communicable Diseases
DEC (Local) – Compensation and Benefits: Leaves and Absences
EFAA (Local) – Instructional Materials Selection and Adoption: Textbook Selection and
                Adoption
FB   (Local) – Equal Educational Opportunity
FD   (Local) – Admissions
FEB   (Local) – Attendance: Attendance Accounting
FM   (Local) – Student Activities
FNG (Local) – Student Rights and Responsibilities: Student and Parent
               Complaints/Grievances

Regulations and exhibits are for information only

CFD    (Reg) – Accounting: Activity Funds Management
CW     (Reg) – New Facilities
EIF    (Reg) – Academic Achievement: Graduation
FNG    (Reg) – Student Rights and Responsibilities: Student and Parent
               Complaints/Grievances
FOC    (Ex)  – Student Discipline: Placement In A Disciplinary Alternative Education
               Setting




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                             BOARD OF EDUCATION
                    ROUND ROCK INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
                             ROUND ROCK, TEXAS


SUBJECT:    Board Credit Hours                                           AGENDA ITEM NO.         3

   DATE:    November 19, 2009                                             RELATED PAGES:         12

                                                                        PRESENTED BY: Diane Cox


                                          DISCUSSION


BACKGROUND INFORMATION:
HB 2563 which passed in the 80th Legislative Session amended TEC Section 11.159 to include
reporting board training hours at the last regular meeting of the calendar year. Attached is information
on the training hours each board member has earned to date. The final report will be provided at the
February 2010 meeting. No action is required.




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School Board Continuing Education Record
School district: Round Rock ISD
Date Last Updated: 11/19/09
                                                                                                                                        Open                 Public
                         Name                                             Tier One                Tier Two           Tier Three        Meetings           Information       Status
                                                                                                                                       Training           Act Training
                                                                 Local        Education Code    Team-Building         Continuing      Required of All     Required of All
                                                              Orientation*     Orientation or       and              Education in     Elected Public      Elected Public
                                                                                  Update         Assessment         Assessed Needs       Officials          Officials***
                                                               Enter date
                                                               completed         Enter date     Enter date entire     Enter hours       Enter date          Enter date
                                                                                 completed      team completed      completed since     completed           completed
                                                                                                                       March 1**
  Diane Cox                                                       NA             07/21/09           10/24/09            24.50            08/03/06              NA           Exceeded


  Sherry Johnson                                                  NA             07/21/09           10/24/09            51.50            06/27/07              NA           Exceeded


  Charles Chadwell                                                NA             07/21/09           10/24/09              59             07/24/08              NA           Exceeded


  Linelle Clark-Brown                                             Na             07/21/09           10/24/09              25             05/15/07              NA           Exceeded


  Glen Colby                                                      NA             07/21/09           10/24/09            28.75            06/13/08              NA           Exceeded


  Bobby Seiferman                                              06/15/09          07/21/09           10/24/09            38.50            08/07/09            08/07/09       Exceeded


                                                                                 07/28/09


  Brian Sellers                                                   NA             07/21/09           10/24/09              19             07/23/08              NA           Exceeded


  Jesus H. Chavez                                                 N/A            07/21/09           10/24/09            22.50              NA                10/30/06       Exceeded


* Applicable for first year board members only
** Assessment year begins March 1.
*** Boards may delegate this training to the district’s public information coordinator.


Completed (Completed required hours for current assessment year)
Deficient (Deficient in required hours for current assessment year)
Exceeded (Exceeded required hours for current assessment year)




C:\Documents\NOVEMBER 2009 AGENDA\CEU for Nov. 19, 2009.doc
Rev. 10/13/06




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                           BOARD OF EDUCATION
                  ROUND ROCK INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
                           ROUND ROCK, TEXAS


SUBJECT:   Approval of Minutes                                   AGENDA ITEM NO.       4

  DATE: November 19, 2009                                          RELATED PAGES: 14-24

                                                                 PRESENTED BY: Diane Cox


                                        ACTION



BACKGROUND INFORMATION:
Minutes for the Board Meetings held on October 15, 2009, October 24, 2009 (8:30 a.m.) and
October 24, 2009 (10:30 a.m.), are submitted for your review.

ADMINISTRATION RECOMMENDATION:
I move that the Board approve the minutes for the Board meetings held on October 15, 2009,
October 24, 2009 (8:30 a.m.) and October 24, 2009 (10:30 a.m.), as presented.




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                         ROUND ROCK INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
                                     Round Rock, Texas

A Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees was held on Thursday, October 15, 2009, commencing with a
Closed Session at 6:00 p.m., and the Regular Session at 7:30 p.m. The meeting was held in the Lecture Hall
of Round Rock High School.

Call to Order            President Diane Cox called the meeting to order at 6:15 p.m.

Roll Call                President Diane Cox, Linelle Clark-Brown, Glen Colby and Brian Sellers, Bobby
                         Seiferman and Superintendent Jesus H. Chavez.

Absent                   Vice President Sherry Johnson and Secretary Charles Chadwell

Closed Session           President Diane Cox called the Board into Closed Session at 6:16 p.m. for
                         purposes permitted by the Texas Open Meetings Act, Texas Government Code
                         551.001 et seq. to consider the following:

                             •   Consider and possibly take action on the complaint regarding an in-district
                                 transfer brought by Virginia Loving.

                             Ms. Cox stated that Closed Session Item No. 2 was being pulled from the
                             agenda.

Reconvene Meeting        The Board reconvened from Closed Session at 7:31 p.m. and Ms. Cox called the
                         meeting back to order.

Pledge of Allegiance     The Board and audience recited the Pledge of Allegiance.

Closed Session Motions   President Cox asked if there were any motions as result of Closed Session.

No. 09–88                Motion:
Closed Session Item      Bobby Seiferman moved that the Board uphold the Level II Hearing Officer’s
Complaint by Virginia    decision on the complaint filed by Virginia Loving and deny all requested
Loving                   remedies. Glen Colby seconded the motion.

Yeas:                    All Board Members present voted “Yes.”
Nays:                    None

                         Motion passed 5-0.

Board Recognitions       Agenda Item No. 3 – Recognitions for the Month of October
                         President Diane Cox called attention to the special recognitions listed in the
                         agenda for the month of October. Certificates were presented to students and staff
                         for regional, state and/or national recognition.




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Public Communications         No one signed up to address the board on non-agenda items.

                        Superintendent’s Report
                           • Bond Oversight Committee Update – Bond Oversight Committee Chair
                             Richard Torres reported that the Committee has received an update on all
                             Bond 2006 and Bond 2008 projects. The Committee has also received
                             financial information regarding the financial status of the bonds.
                           • Employee Climate – Executive Team Leader Pat Reddin presented an update
                             on the Employee Climate Survey that was distributed last spring. More than
                             2,790 employees completed the survey which represents approximately 50%
                             of employees. The employee climate survey will be distributed again this
                             school year.
                           • Energy Management Update – Ed Sevcik, director of construction, provided
                             an update on the district’s utility consumption. Students from McNeil High
                             School involved in the “Green Cell” project shared with Trustees an overview
                             of their efforts to reduce energy consumption at the high school.
                           • Quarterly Financial Report – Director of Financial Services Randy Staats
                             presented the first quarter financial update.
                           • Construction Update – Ed Sevcik presented an overview of construction in
                             the District.
Discussion Item         Agenda Item No. 4 – Recommended Names for New Schools
                        In accordance with Policy CW (Local), the recommendations for school names
                        shall be studied by a defined committee. The committee shall report the
                        recommended name(s) to the Board at a regularly scheduled Board meeting as a
                        discussion item. The Board shall adopt a name for the facility at a regularly
                        scheduled Board meeting, which is at least three weeks following the meeting at
                        which the committee recommendation was presented.

                        Members of the Middle and Elementary Naming Committees are:
                        Middle School
                        Dawn Watson
                        Kimberly Dorsett
                        Nancy Durant
                        George Sabatino
                        Steve Laukhuf
                        Lorraine Gonzalez
                        Mrs. CW Hicks

                        Stone Oak Elementary
                        Kim Hodges
                        Kaci VanCoutren
                        Jennifer Soria
                        Serenity Kelton
                        Marissa Hall
                        Melissa Sabatino



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                            Isaac Kishk

                            Kim Hodges and Serenity Kelton, elementary naming committee members,
                            announced their recommendation for the New Elementary School – Chandler Oaks
                            Elementary School. They also provided a brief overview of how the committee
                            made its decision.

                            Ms. Lorraine Gonzalez, middle school naming committee members, announced the
                            committee’s recommendation for the current Stony Point 9th Grade Center – Robert
                            P. Hernandez Middle School. Ms. Gonzalez provided an overview of how the
                            committee made its decision.

                            This item will be placed on the agenda for action at the next regular board member.
Consent Agenda

No. 09-89                   Motion:
Consent Agenda Items        Glen Colby moved that the Board approve the following agenda items by consent.
5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12   Bobby Seiferman seconded the motion.

                            Agenda Item No. 5 – Approval of Minutes
                            Approve the minutes for the Board Meetings held on September 17, and
                            September 29, 2009.

                            Agenda Item No. 6 – Approval of 2009-2010 Campus & District Instruction
                            Department Performance Goals
                            Approve the Campus & District Instruction Department Performance Goals for the
                            2009-2010 school year as presented by campuses and administration.

                            Agenda Item No. 7– Adopt Resolution Designating the Week of October 26-30,
                            2009, as National Red Ribbon Week in Round Rock ISD
                            Adopt the resolution designating the week of October 26 through 30, 2009, as
                            National Red Ribbon Week in the Round Rock Independent School District.

                            Agenda Item No. 8 – Adopt Resolution Proclaiming October 12-16, 2009 as
                            National School Lunch Week
                            Adopt the resolution proclaiming the week of October 12-16, 2009 as National
                            School Lunch Week.

                            Agenda Item No. 9 – Adoption of Resolution for Extension Agents of
                            Williamson/Travis Counties as Adjunct Faculty for 4-H Members’
                            Extracurricular Participation
                            Adopt the resolution that Extension Agents (AgriLife employees) of Williamson
                            County and Travis County be recognized as adjunct faculty of Round Rock ISD
                            and that currently enrolled 4-H members under their supervision be eligible for
                            extracurricular participation and subject to all rules and regulations set forth for
                            extracurricular participation.



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                        Agenda Item No. 10 – Adoption of Update 85 and other Local Policies
                        Adopt the local policies in Update 85 FL, GRA, CNB, CQ and adopt local
                        policies (not part of Update 85) BBB, BE, DC, DEA, DEC, DFBB, DGC, ED,
                        EIF with an adoption date of October 15, 2009.

                        Update 85
                        FL Local – Student Records
                        GRA Local – Relations with Governmental Entities: Local Government
                        Authorities

                        Update 85 Local with Changes
                        CNB Local – Transportation Management: District Vehicles
                        CQ Local – Electronic Communication and Data Management

                        Other Local Policies not Part of Update 85
                        BBB Local – Board Members: Elections
                        BE Local – Board Meetings
                        DC Local – Employment Practices
                        DEA Local – Compensation and Benefits
                        DEC Local – Compensation and Benefits: Salaries and Wages
                        DFBB Local – Term Contracts: NonRenewal
                        DGC Local – Intellectual Property Rights: Employee Rights and Privileges
                        EG Local – Curriculum Development
                        EIF Local – Academic Achievement: Graduation

                        Agenda Item No. 11 – Approval of District Textbook Adoption Committee
                        Members
                        Approve the 2009-2010 District Textbook Adoption Committee Members as
                        presented.

                        Agenda Item No. 12 – Approval of Professional Development Appraisal System
                        Appraisers (Update)
                        Approve the updated list of the Professional Development Appraisal System
                        Appraisers for the 2009-2010 school year as presented.

Yeas:                   All Board Members voted Yes.”
Nays:                   None

                        Motion passed 5-0.
ACTION ITEMS:

No. 09-90               Motion:
Agenda Item No. 13      Linelle Clark-Brown moved that the Board approve the amendment to the
Amendment to            2009/2010 budget as presented. Brian Sellers seconded the motion.
2009/2010 Budget



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Yeas:                     All Board Members present voted “Yes.
Nays:                     None

                          Motion passed 5-0.

No. 09-91                 Motion:
Agenda Item No. 14        Glen Colby moved that the Board of Trustees authorize the Superintendent to
Land Development          approve the amended District/City of Austin Development Agreement. Linelle
Agreement Between         Clark-Brown seconded the motion.
City of Austin and
Round Rock ISD

Yeas:                     All Board Members present voted “Yes.”
Nays:                     None

                          Motion passed 5-0.

No. 09-92                 Motion:
Agenda Item No. 15        Linelle Clark-Brown moved that the Board approve the 2nd Guaranteed Maximum
2nd GMP for Phase II of   Price of $1,195,908 for Phase 2 that includes civil site work revisions as required
the WWHS Additions &      by the City of Austin, new underground electrical utilities to the football field, a
Renovations (Bond         solar PV system on the new gymnasium roof and duct mounted VAV terminal
2008)                     coils. This brings the cumulative Phase 2 project GMP to $9,296,478. Brian
                          Sellers seconded the motion.

Yeas:                     All Board Members present voted “Yes.”
Nays:                     None

                          Motion passed 5-0.

No. 09-93                 Motion:
Agenda Item No. 16        Brian Sellers moved that the Board approve the use of Competitive Sealed
Access Driveway for       Proposals (CSP) as the project delivery method for the construction of the access
Proposed Campuses on      driveway for the elementary and middle school campuses at the England property
the England Property      site. Linelle Clark-Brown seconded the motion.
Site (Bond 2008)

Yeas:                     All Board Members present voted “Yes.”
Nays:                     None

                          Motion passed 5-0.

                          Board Calendar/Future Agenda Items
                             • Recognized District Celebration, October 19, 2009
                             • Berkman Elementary 50th Anniversary, October 23
                             • Board Workshop/Training on October 24, 2009



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                             •   Regular Board Meeting, November 19, 2009

Glen Colby moved to adjourn the meeting. Brian Sellers seconded the motion. The motion was
unanimous. The meeting adjourned at p.m.


These minutes approved the                   day of             2009.




                President                                               Secretary




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                        ROUND ROCK INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
                                    Round Rock, Texas

A Called Board Meeting/Board of Trustees Training was held on Saturday, October 24, 2009 at 8:30 a.m.
The meeting was held in the Board Room of the Administration Building.

Call to Order           President Diane Cox called the meeting to order at 8:30 a.m.

Roll Call               President Diane Cox, Vice President Sherry Johnson, Secretary Charles Chadwell,
                        Linelle Clark-Brown, Glen Colby, Brian Sellers, Bobby Seiferman and
                        Superintendent Jesus Chavez.

                        Staff Members present:        Deputy Superintendent Toni Garcia, Deputy
                        Superintendent Ramiro Flores, Alan Albers, Ed Zaiontz, Jamie Spiegel, JoyLynn
                        Occhiuzzi, Pat Reddin, Beverly Helfinsten, Susan Brown

Absent                  None

Pledge of Allegiance    The Board and staff recited the Pledge of Allegiance.

Board Workshop          Purchasing Process
                        Staff members presented an overview of the District’s purchasing process.

                        Staff reviewed:
                            • Historical Perspective
                            • Purchasing Ethics
                            • Governmental Purchasing Requirements
                            • Professional Services (Architects/Engineers)

                        Construction Manager at Risk
                          • District is to follow the requirements found in TEC 44.038 for the
                              procurement process of a Construction Manager at Risk (“CMR”)
                          • District is to select the most highly qualified A/E before or concurrently
                              with the CMR based on TEC 2254.004 (44.038(c))
                          • District is to contract with an independent inspection and testing services
                              firm using TEC 2254.004 (44.038(d))
                        CMR procurement process (44.038) :
                                  • Issue a Request for Proposal (“RFP”) providing the project site,
                                      project scope, schedule, selection criteria, estimated budget, and
                                      time and place for receipt of the responses (44.038(e))
                                  • RFP delineates the evaluation criteria and ranking, and states other
                                      necessary steps may be used to determine most competent and
                                      qualified top candidate(s), which could include interviews or site
                                      visits (44.038(e))
                                  • Selection Criteria may include offeror’s experience, past
                                      performance, safety record, proposed personnel and methodology,
                                      and/or any other appropriate factors needed by the District

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                                       (44.038(e))
                                  •    Response is to include proposed fees and prices for fulfilling the
                                       general conditions (44.038(e))
                        CMR procurement process (44.038) (cont.) :
                                   • District is to select a CMR within 45 days based on the published
                                       selection criteria and ranking evaluation (44.038(g))
                                   • District is to negotiate with the selected CMR until a contract is
                                       reached (44.038(g))
                        CMR Requirements during the Contract Period
                                   • CMR is to publically advertise solicitations to trade contractors and
                                       subcontractors for major elements of work per TEC 44.031(g) and
                                       44.038(h)
                                   • CMR may seek to perform portions of the work by submission of
                                       proposal response prior to the day of opening (44.038(h))
                                   • District and CMR are to review and select from the responses the
                                       trade contractors and subcontractors the CMR will place under
                                       contract to perform the work (44.038(i))
                        Selection Criteria (examples)
                                   • Financial solvency of company
                                   • Personnel Information – an organizational chart with resumes of
                                       the project team and key leaders.
                                   • Organization's system approach to Project Management Control
                                   • Organization's concept of “pre-construction services”
                                   • Organization's methods for in-house estimating construction costs
                                       during the design/documents phase
                                   • Organization's methods for scheduling during the design and
                                       contract documents phases
                                   • Organization's process to handle Request for Information (RFI) and
                                       Change Orders
                                   • Organization's process to develop the first GMP thru the final GMP
                                       and stay within the construction budget
                                   • Organization's concept of contingencies / allowances during the
                                       design and construction phases of the project
                                   • Organization's concept for the disposition of contingency /
                                       allowances funds after the completion of the project
                                   • Organization's methods to deal with warranty items, both in
                                       responding to and completing the warranty work
                                   • Organization's experience in the use of the construction system
                                   • Listing of Organization’s projects within the last 5 years similar in
                                       size & complexity

                        Competitive Sealed Proposal
                          • Competitive Sealed Proposal procurement process (44.039)
                                 • District is to select the most highly qualified A/E based on TEC
                                     2254.004 (44.039(b))
                                 • District is to contract with an independent inspection and testing
                                     services A/E using TEC 2254.004 (44.038(d))
                                 • District is to prepare RFCSP providing the construction documents,

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                                       selection criteria, estimated budget, project scope, schedule, and
                                       any additional information the Contractor may be required to
                                       respond to the request
                                  • RFCSP delineates the evaluation criteria and ranking, and states
                                       other necessary steps may be used to determine most competent
                                       and qualified top candidate(s), which could include interviews or
                                       site visits
                                  • District is to evaluate and rank within 45 days each proposal
                                       response based on the published selection criteria and ranking
                                       evaluation (44.039(e))
                                  • District is to select the offer that provides the best value to the
                                       District based on the published selection criteria and on the ranking
                                       evaluation
                                  • District is to negotiate with the selected offeror until a contract is
                                       reached (44.039(f))
                                  • District and A/E may discuss with offeror options for a scope or
                                       time modification, and any price change associated with the
                                       modification (44.039(f))
                           •   Selection Criteria (examples)
                                  • Financial solvency of company
                                  • Number of years providing commercial construction services based
                                       on the scope and size of the project indicated within this RFCSP
                                  • Number of commercial projects the company has performed equal
                                       to the scope and size of the project indicated within this RFCSP
                                  • Past Project Experience

                        Staff also reviewed:
                            • Delivery Methods – When to use
                            • Delivery Methods – Pros and Cons

Recess                  The Board recessed at 10:20 a.m.

Reconvened Meeting      The Board reconvened at the meeting at 2:07 p.m.

                        Present:
                        President Diane Cox, Vice President Sherry Johnson, Linelle Clark-Brown, Brian
                        Sellers, Bobby Seiferman and Superintendent Jesus Chavez.

                        Absent:
                        Secretary Charles Chadwell
                        Glen Colby

                        Ms. Cox asked if there were any motions.

No. 09-94               Motion:
Goal Targets            Brian Sellers moved that the Board approve district goal targets with the revision
                        to use percentage increase in overall passing rates in Goal 1. Sherry Johnson
                        seconded the motion.

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Round Rock Independent School District
Board Workshop, October 24, 2009 8:30 a.m.                                                            4


Yeas:                        Brian Sellers, Sherry Johnson, Diane Cox, Linelle Clark-Brown, Bobby Seiferman
Nays:                        None

                             Motion passed 5-0


With no further business, meeting adjourned at 2:09 p.m.

These minutes approved the              day of                      2009.




                 President                                                  Secretary




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                         ROUND ROCK INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
                                     Round Rock, Texas

A Called Board Meeting/Board of Trustees Training was held on Saturday, October 24, 2009 at 10:30 a.m.
The meeting was held in the Board Room of the Administration Building.

Call to Order                President Diane Cox called the meeting to order at 10:30 a.m.

Roll Call                    President Diane Cox, Vice President Sherry Johnson, Secretary Charles Chadwell,
                             Linelle Clark-Brown, Glen Colby, Brian Sellers, Bobby Seiferman and
                             Superintendent Jesus Chavez.

                             Staff Members present: Deputy Superintendent Toni Garcia, Deputy
                             Superintendent Ramiro Flores, Alan Albers, Ed Zaiontz, Jamie Spiegel, JoyLynn
                             Occhiuzzi

Absent                       None

Pledge of Allegiance         The Board and audience recited the Pledge of Allegiance.

Board Workshop               Board Training/Team Building
                             Education Service Center representatives Pat Pringle and Eileen Reed facilitated a
                             Team Building Session. The Board shared and discussed their individual
                             strengths as identified by the Strength Finder 2.0 Survey. Ms. Eileen Reed
                             assisted individuals in categorizing their strengths into the four quadrants:
                             Striving, thinking, impacting and relating. The team discussed how to maximize
                             team and individual strengths for the benefit of the District.

                             The board reviewed and discussed specific targets for each of the seven district
                             goals.

                             Mr. Glen Colby and Mr. Charles Chadwell left the meeting at 1:18 p.m.

With no further business, meeting adjourned at 2:06 p.m.

These minutes approved the               day of                      2009.




                 President                                                    Secretary




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                             BOARD OF EDUCATION
                    ROUND ROCK INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
                             ROUND ROCK, TEXAS


SUBJECT:    Approval of the High School “Late Start” Waiver             AGENDA ITEM NO.         5
            for the Spring TAKS Testing Dates
   DATE:    November 19, 2009                                             RELATED PAGES: None

                                                      PRESENTED BY: Toni Garcia/Rosena Malone


                                            ACTION



BACKGROUND INFORMATION:

The purpose of the High School “Late Start” Waiver is to provide optimal testing conditions for
all high school students involved in the spring TAKS testing on March 3 and April 27-30, 2010.
Better utilization of professional staff will result in smaller groupings of students. Also, there
will be consistent instructional periods throughout the TAKS testing dates. The Round Rock
School District has applied for this waiver since the 1998-99 school year.

The waiver has the support and approval of each high school’s Campus Site-Based Committee.
If approved by the Board, the waiver must be presented to the Texas Education Agency for final
approval.



ADMINISTRATION RECOMMENDATION:

I move that RRISD approve the High School “Late Start” Waiver for the spring TAKS testing
dates for the 2009-2010 school year.




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                             BOARD OF EDUCATION
                    ROUND ROCK INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
                             ROUND ROCK, TEXAS

SUBJECT: Approval of Professional Development Appraisal                AGENDA ITEM NO.       6
         System Appraisers (Update)
  DATE: November 19, 2009                                                RELATED PAGES: 27-28

                                                      PRESENTED BY: Toni Garcia / Matt Matthys


                                            ACTION



BACKGROUND INFORMATION:

The Board of Trustees approves the list of district administrators who evaluate teachers through
the Professional Development Appraisal System (PDAS). The updated list of the 2009-2010
qualified PDAS Appraisers is attached.


ADMINISTRATION RECOMMENDATION:

I move that the updated list of the Professional Development Appraisal System Appraisers for
the 2009-2010 school year be approved as presented.




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                         PDAS Qualified Appraiser List for 2009-2010
Acosta       Mario                    Hebert        Autumn             Noy           Linda
Allen        Trana                    Helfinstein   Beverly            Ottmers       Cynthia
Amacher      Carla                    Henry         Belinda            Overton       Darrell
Andrade      Toby                     Hernandez     Albert             Paris         Barbara
Arterbury    Laurelyn                 Hester        Cheryl             Patterson     Mary
B’Smith      Kit                      Hicks         Toni               Perez         Alberto
Baker        Sarah                    Hignojos      April              Perez         Donna
Barnard      Sharon                   Hildebrand    Alan               Perez         Gordon
Binns        Edie                     Hildebrand    Mary Sue           Perkins       Meredith
Bradford     Yvette                   Hinton        Steve              Powell        Laura
Brennan      Deborah                  Hodge         Kim                Posey         Rene
Brinkman     Mary                     Hohmann       Shelly             Pratz         Mark
Carley       LaWand                   Holding       Katharine          Presley       Daniel
Cini         Belinda                  Holmes        Pam                Reichert      Emily
Clark        Pamela                   Howard        Sonja              Richards      Jan
Connelly     Kimberly                 Jacobs        Amy                Roberts       Lisa
Cormier      Brett                    Jacque        Shannon            Roche         Mike
Crain        Vicki                    Jernt         Jayson             Ryan          Barry
Crawford     April                    Johnson       Carol              Schaefer      Dina
Cunningham   Shannon                  Joiner        Felecia            Schuhmann     Steve
Deaton       Nanette                  June          Beth               Scott         Sterling
Decker       Mary                     Kelley        Johanna            Segers        Laura
Donald       Becky                    Kernwein      Kerry              Seiferman     Kathleen
Doty         Cindy                    Kirby         Kay                Sims          Elizabeth
Duffy        Abigail                  Koehler       Carol              Simonds       Tim
Ehly         Shari                    Kylar         Mark               Smith         Lynn
Elmore       Archie                   Laskowski     D’Ann              Smith         Ryan
Embry        Rebecca                  Lavender      Rebecca            Snow          Kristina
Ephlin       Patricia                 Lehnick       Sheri              Sormani       Robert
Ervin        Robbin                   Lucas         Jennifer           Spicer        Tiffany
Espinoza     Jesús                    Lunkin        Karen              Stallworth    Dona
Estes        Amanda                   Malone        Rosena             Stewart       Thomasine
Ficklin      Kay                      Matthys       Matt               Stowe         Jana
Fleming      Mark                     McAnally      Kelli              Swain         Judy
Forte        Carita                   McKinney      Sharon             Swain         Steve
Frazer       Heath                    McVey         Lucy               Teter         Christopher
Friedel      Johanna                  Mercer        Jennifer           Teter         Steven
Galloway     Holly                    Mercer        Mya                Vierra        Annette
Garcia       Diana                    Mesa          Fernando           Vogelpohl     Margo
Garcia       Toni                     Miller        Jane               Wafford       Therese
Gesch        Mark                     Moffatt       Eleece             Walker        Cynthia
Goodwin      Wendy                    Morgan        Scott              Warren        Anna
Gouner       Courtney                 Morris        Mary               Warren        Susanne
Greinert     Lisa                     Mussey        Reba               Warrick       Phillip
Groff        Matthew                  Mutscher      Travis             Watson        Anthony
Guerrero     Nancy                    Napper        Lisa               Wilganowski   Courtney
Gutierrez    Catherine                Nelson        Julie              Wilkes        Sharon
Hagerty      Nicole                   Nemetsky      Christine          Wilson        Elizabeth
Harrison     Betty Sue                Nichols       Natalie            Winters       Kim
Hayes        Sonya                    Nino          Gabrielle          Zuniga        Deanessa




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                     Additional Appraisers for 2009-2010

Morrison   Chantel
Roberts    Lesley
Schultze   Amie




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                                 BOARD OF EDUCATION
                        ROUND ROCK INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
                                 ROUND ROCK, TEXAS


SUBJECT: Adoption of A Reimbursement Resolution for Various              AGENDA ITEM NO.         7
         Bond 2006 Projects
  DATE: November 19, 2009                                                  RELATED PAGES: 30-31

                                                                    PRESENTED BY: Ramiro Flores


                                             ACTION


BACKGROUND INFORMATION:

On November 07, 2006, voters approved the issuance of $267,205,264 of Unlimited Tax
Schoolhouse Bonds. The following projects constitute a portion of those bonds and it is
appropriate to begin the design for these projects.

A resolution declaring intention to reimburse capital expenditures for these projects is requested to
proceed with the design and contract documents prior to receiving proceeds from the fourth bond
sale of Bond 2006. Professional fees are requested for projects as shown on Exhibit “A” dated
November 19, 2009. The total cost for professional fees is $976,136

In order to proceed with these projects a resolution declaring intention to reimburse capital
expenditures with proceeds of future debt must be approved.

ADMINISTRATION RECOMMENDATION:

I move that the Board adopt a Reimbursement Resolution declaring an expectation to reimburse
expenditures with proceeds of future debt and that we amend the budget by $976,136 for the
2009-10 school year.




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                              RESOLUTION EXPRESSING INTENT TO
                            FINANCE EXPENDITURES TO BE INCURRED

       WHEREAS, Round Rock Independent School District (the “Issuer”) is a political
subdivision of the State of Texas authorized to finance its activities by issuing obligations; and

        WHEREAS, the Issuer will make, or has made not more than 60 days prior to the date
hereof, payments with respect to the acquisition, construction, reconstruction or renovation of the
projects listed on Exhibit A attached hereto (the “Financed Property”); and

       WHEREAS, the Issuer has concluded that it does not currently desire to issue obligations to
finance the costs associated with the Financed Property; and

       WHEREAS, the Issuer desires to reimburse itself for the costs associated with the Financed
Property from the proceeds of obligations to be issued subsequent to the date hereof; and

        WHEREAS, the Issuer reasonably expects to issue obligations to reimburse itself for the
costs associated with the Financed Property

         NOW, THEREFORE, be it resolved that:

       Section 1. The Issuer reasonably expects to reimburse itself for costs that have been or will
be paid subsequent to the date that is 60 days prior to the date hereof and that are to be paid in
connection with the acquisition, construction, reconstruction or renovation of the Financed Property
from the proceeds of obligations to be issued subsequent to the date hereof.

        Section 2. The Issuer reasonably expects that the maximum principal amount of obligations
issued to reimburse the Issuer for the costs associated with the Financed Property are identified on
Exhibit A.

         ADOPTED THIS _________________.

                                              ROUND ROCK INDEPENDENT SCHOOL
                                               DISTRICT


                                                 By:
                                                       President, Board of Trustees




Secretary, Board of Trustees
Round Rock Independent School District




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                                                 EXHIBIT A

                                         DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT

                              BOND 2006 PROJECTS CY 2010 / Fourth Sale
 Org.   Canpus                            Project Type                                         Professional
 No.                                                                                           Fees
 003    Westwood High School              Replace existing clock system                        $         7,500
 003    Westwood High School              Replace existing fire alarm system                   $        48,750
 017    SPHS 9th Grade Campus             Replace SEMCO unit at the office area                $        54,000
 041    C.D. Fulkes Middle School         Add elevator to second flr. (400) building           $        14,000
 041    C.D. Fulkes Middle School         Install Security Cameras                             $        15,000
 042    Noel Grisham Middle Sch           Plumbing Projects                                    $         8,250
 042    Noel Grisham Middle Sch           Replace VCT in cafeteria                             $         9,000
 042    Noel Grisham Middle Sch           Interior Renovations (Gym ceiling / lights)          $         9,750
 042    Noel Grisham Middle Sch           Replace Fire Alarm System                            $        11,250
 042    Noel Grisham Middle Sch           Replace roofing system                               $        15,000
 043    Chisholm Trail Middle Sch         Interior Renovations (Ext. doors replacement )       $         3,850
 043    Chisholm Trail Middle Sch         Interior Renovations (Gym ceiling / lights)          $         9,750
 043    Chisholm Trail Middle Sch         Interior renovation (Nurse's office/ADA rest room)   $        11,115
 043    Chisholm Trail Middle Sch         Convert Science rooms 306/310 into Science labs      $        16,500
 043    Chisholm Trail Middle Sch         Plumbing Projects                                    $        22,500
 043    Chisholm Trail Middle Sch         Improve campus and football field drainage           $        26,000
 045    Deerpark Middle School            Repurpose classroom wing to 4 learning centers.      $         3,200
 045    Deerpark Middle School            Install security cameras                             $        15,000
 045    Deerpark Middle School            Recarpet all classrooms/ administration area         $        22,000
 045    Deerpark Middle School            Electrical Upgrades (Lighting & circuits)            $        32,250
 045    Deerpark Middle School            Repurpose 6 Classrooms to Science Classrooms         $        36,000
 047    Cedar Valley Middle Sch           Add HVAC system at Industrial Tech. shop             $        13,617
 106    Xenia Voigt Elementary            Carpet/Tile Replacement in classrooms/offices        $        27,000
 107    Deepwood Elementary               Site Renovations (Retain wall & sidewalks)           $        15,000
 107    Deepwood Elementary               Replace roof system                                  $        15,000
 108    Forest North Elementary           Remodel boy's and girl's restroom facilities         $        13,500
 109    Anderson Mill Elementary          Interior Renovations (rest rooms & office)           $        18,750
 110    Kathy Caraway Elementary          Replace hallway VCT                                  $         4,000
 110    Kathy Caraway Elementary          Replace existing fire alarm system                   $        11,250
 111    Vic Robertson Elementary          Replace carpet                                       $        15,000
 111    Vic Robertson Elementary          Interior (Restrooms & cabinets)                      $        19,650
 113    Purple Sage Elementary            Electrical Upgrades (Lighting & circuits)            $         4,500
 113    Purple Sage Elementary            Expand front sidewalk and drive                      $         4,000
 113    Purple Sage Elementary            Replace bldg.. carpet / cove base                    $        13,000
 113    Purple Sage Elementary            Interior Renovations (Ceiling, door locks )          $        33,750
 114    Brushy Creek Elementary           Remodel restrooms/hand lavatory by exit doors        $         9,000
 114    Brushy Creek Elementary           Remodel kitchen area / equipment (ONLY)              $        15,454
 114    Brushy Creek Elementary           Replace HVAC system at second floor.                 $        36,000
 115    Wells Branch Elementary           HVAC Projects                                        $      119,250
 119    Double File Trail Elem...         Interior (Restrooms & ceilings)                      $        22,000
 119    Double File Trail Elem...         HVAC Retrofit Projects (MAU's & Thru Wall Units)     $      123,750
 122    Old Town Elementary               Replace roofing system                               $        10,000
 124    Jollyville Elementary             Site Renovations (Site drainage)                     $        33,000
 734    Central Administration            Replace existing fire alarm system                   $         9,000
                                          Total Professional Fees                               $ 976,136




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                              BOARD OF EDUCATION
                     ROUND ROCK INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
                              ROUND ROCK, TEXAS


SUBJECT: Adoption of A Reimbursement Resolution for Various              AGENDA ITEM NO.         8
         Bond 2008 Projects
  DATE: November 19, 2009                                                  RELATED PAGES: 32-34

                                                                    PRESENTED BY: Ramiro Flores


                                             ACTION


BACKGROUND INFORMATION:

On November 04, 2008, voters approved the issuance of $293,940,000 of Unlimited Tax
Schoolhouse Bonds. The following projects constitute a portion of those bonds and it is
appropriate to begin the design for these projects.

A resolution declaring intention to reimburse capital expenditures for these projects is requested to
proceed with the design and contract documents prior to receiving proceeds from the second bond
sale of Bond 2008. Professional fees are requested for projects as shown on Exhibit “A” dated
November 19, 2009. The total cost for professional fees is $2,675,561.


In order to proceed with these projects a resolution declaring intention to reimburse capital
expenditures with proceeds of future debt must be approved.

ADMINISTRATION RECOMMENDATION:

I move that the Board adopt a Reimbursement Resolution declaring an expectation to reimburse
expenditures with proceeds of future debt and that we amend the budget by $2,675,561 for the
2009-10 school year.




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                         RESOLUTION EXPRESSING INTENT TO
                       FINANCE EXPENDITURES TO BE INCURRED

       WHEREAS, Round Rock Independent School District (the “Issuer”) is a political
subdivision of the State of Texas authorized to finance its activities by issuing obligations; and

        WHEREAS, the Issuer will make, or has made not more than 60 days prior to the date
hereof, payments with respect to the acquisition, construction, reconstruction or renovation of the
projects listed on Exhibit A attached hereto (the “Financed Property”); and

       WHEREAS, the Issuer has concluded that it does not currently desire to issue obligations to
finance the costs associated with the Financed Property; and

       WHEREAS, the Issuer desires to reimburse itself for the costs associated with the Financed
Property from the proceeds of obligations to be issued subsequent to the date hereof; and

        WHEREAS, the Issuer reasonably expects to issue obligations to reimburse itself for the
costs associated with the Financed Property

       NOW, THEREFORE, be it resolved that:

       Section 1. The Issuer reasonably expects to reimburse itself for costs that have been or will
be paid subsequent to the date that is 60 days prior to the date hereof and that are to be paid in
connection with the acquisition, construction, reconstruction or renovation of the Financed Property
from the proceeds of obligations to be issued subsequent to the date hereof.

        Section 2. The Issuer reasonably expects that the maximum principal amount of obligations
issued to reimburse the Issuer for the costs associated with the Financed Property are identified on
Exhibit A.

       ADOPTED THIS _________________.

                                              ROUND ROCK INDEPENDENT SCHOOL
                                               DISTRICT


                                                 By:
                                                       President, Board of Trustees




Secretary, Board of Trustees
Round Rock Independent School District




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                                           EXHIBIT A

                                   DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT

                             BOND 2008 PROJECTS / Second Sale
Org.   Campus                        Project Type                                         Professional
No.                                                                                       Fees

002    Round Rock Op.. Center        Safe & secure front campus entry                           $2,100.00
004    McNeil High School            Weight Room Addition                                      $88,932.00
005    Goals                         Expanded 800 Bldg/Facility for GOALS                     $344,700.00
007    Stony Point High School       Safe & secure front campus entry                           $3,750.00
007    Stony Point High School       Convert Existing Wt Rm into Dance                          $7,500.00
017    SPHS 9th Grade Campus         Replace SEMCO units                                     $165,000.00
042    Noel Grisham Middle Sch..     Art - Add sinks/counter at the existing Art room           $2,250.00
042    Noel Grisham Middle Sch..     Safe & secure front campus entry                          $39,750.00
042    Noel Grisham Middle Sch..     Convert 2 clrms to 2 sci labs/renovate 2 sci clrm       $137,250.00
043    Chisholm Trail Middle Sch     Renovate old nurse's office in a conference rm..             $300.00
043    Chisholm Trail Middle Sch     Install epoxy flooring at locker rooms and showers         $9,000.00
043    Chisholm Trail Middle Sch     Add 4 Science/Prep/Restrooms                             $421,706.00
044    Canyon Vista Middle Sch       Electrical Upgrades                                       $12,500.00
044    Canyon Vista Middle Sch       New fire alarm system                                     $31,250.00
044    Canyon Vista Middle Sch       Renovate and expand the kitchen area                      $64,375.00
044    Canyon Vista Middle Sch       Repurpose the MPR into Fine Arts Band area               $112,250.00
044    Canyon Vista Middle Sch       Convert 8 clrms to 4 Science Labs                        $127,690.00
045    Deerpark Middle School        Safe & secure front campus entry                          $39,750.00
047    Cedar Valley Middle Sch       Enlarge / upgrade campus health clinic                    $10,500.00
047    Cedar Valley Middle Sch       Safe & secure front campus entry                          $39,750.00
106    Xenia Voigt Elementary        Replace hallway and cafeteria VCT flooring                 $5,346.00
106    Xenia Voigt Elementary        Replace all chalkboards with white boards                  $6,000.00
108    Forest North Elementary       Replace gym flooring                                       $4,500.00
109    Anderson Mill Elementary      Safe & secure front campus entry                          $52,650.00
111    Vic Robertson Elementary      Renovate Kitchen/Dining area                              $31,500.00
113    Purple Sage Elementary        Add cubbies and shelving at classrooms                    $11,200.00
113    Purple Sage Elementary        Remove hallway paneling/library renovation                $21,584.00
113    Purple Sage Elementary        Upgrade all student restrooms                             $30,600.00
114    Brushy Creek Elementary       Renovate kitchen, cafeteria, gym areas                   $160,020.00
115    Wells Branch Elementary       Expand existing kitchen/add 2nd serving line              $73,620.00
115    Wells Branch Elementary       Renovate FLS Room                                         $20,000.00
119    Double File Trail Elem...     Replace gym flooring                                       $4,500.00
119    Double File Trail Elem...     Replace chalkboards with white boards                      $4,000.00
121    Gattis Elementary             Replace SBS Roofing above Teacher Lounge                  $13,500.00
800    District-Wide                 Enlarge / upgrade campus health clinics                   $50,000.00
804    Performing Arts Center        Video Surveillance System                                  $7,500.00
952    Transportation                (Westside) Install Security Cameras                        $6,000.00
952    Transportation                (Eastside) Install security cameras                        $6,000.00
952    Transportation                New Transportation Bldg                                  $506,738.00
                                     Total Professional Fees                                $2,675,561.00




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                            BOARD OF EDUCATION
                   ROUND ROCK INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
                            ROUND ROCK, TEXAS


SUBJECT: Approval of Name for New Elementary School in the           AGENDA ITEM NO.       9
         Stone Oak Neighborhood
  DATE: November 19, 2009                                             RELATED PAGES: None

                                                                PRESENTED BY: Ramiro Flores


                                          ACTION


BACKGROUND INFORMATION:

Bond 2008 funded the construction of three elementary schools. The elementary school under
construction in the Stone Oak neighborhood is scheduled to open for the 2010-2011 school year.

The Board convened a committee in accordance with Policy CW (Local) for the naming of this
new elementary school.

At the October 15, 2009 Board of Trustees’ Meeting, the Elementary School Naming Committee
proposed that the new elementary in the Stone Oak neighborhood be named Chandler Oaks
Elementary School.

ADMINISTRATION RECOMMENDATION:

I move that the Board approve the Elementary School Naming Committee’s recommendation
that the new elementary school located in the Stone Oak neighborhood be named Chandler Oaks
Elementary School.




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                            BOARD OF EDUCATION
                   ROUND ROCK INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
                            ROUND ROCK, TEXAS


SUBJECT: Approval of Renaming of the Stony Point Ninth Grade        AGENDA ITEM NO.     10
         Center
  DATE: November 19, 2009                                            RELATED PAGES: N o n e

                                                               PRESENTED BY: Ramiro Flores


                                          ACTION


BACKGROUND INFORMATION:

With the scheduled 2010-2011 opening of the new Cedar Ridge High School, the district has
determined that the Stony Point Ninth Grade Center can now be repurposed as a middle school
and accordingly, the District convened a committee for the renaming of the campus in
accordance with Policy CW (Local).

At the October 15, 2009 Board of Trustees’ Meeting, the Middle School Naming Committee
proposed that the Stony Point Ninth Grade Center be renamed Corporal Robert P. Hernandez
Middle School.

ADMINISTRATION RECOMMENDATION:

I move that the Board approve the Middle School Naming Committee’s recommendation that the
Stony Point Ninth Grade Center be renamed the Cpl Robert P. Hernandez Middle School.




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                             BOARD OF EDUCATION
                    ROUND ROCK INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
                             ROUND ROCK, TEXAS

SUBJECT: Adoption of an Order Authorizing the Issuance of         AGENDA ITEM NO. 11
         RRISD Unlimited Tax Building Bonds, in an Aggregate
         Principal Amount Not to Exceed $89,425,000; Levying
         A Tax and Providing for the Security and Payment Thereof
DATE:    November 19, 2009                                         RELATED PAGES: 39-71

                                                                   PRESENTED BY: Ramiro Flores


                                            ACTION


BACKGROUND INFORMATION:

In order to ensure that the District is able to enter the bond markets at the most opportune
time, staff is requesting the authority to adopt a delegated order for the sale of bonds. In
a delegated order, the Board of Trustees authorizes the sale of the bonds, levies the tax
for the payment of the bonds and approves all of the basic terms of the bonds, but
delegates to the Superintendent or the Deputy Superintendent of Administration the
authority to approve the final structure and pricing of the bonds within certain specific
parameters set forth in the order. The parameters will include the maximum principal
amount, the maximum maturity date and the maximum interest rate for the bonds. A
delegated order, affords the Superintendent or Deputy Superintendent of Administration
the ability to authorize the issuance of the bonds at a time recommended by the District’s
financial advisor. Delegated orders are common in negotiated transactions where market
timing is important and is necessary in this case because the volatility in the current
market may require that the District enter the market with little notice.

In order to provide this authority, the board must first adopt an order authorizing the
issuance of bonds and establishing parameters for the sale as follows:

•   An order authorizing the issuance of Round Rock Independent School District
    unlimited tax school building bonds, in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed
    $89,425,000;

•   Levying a tax and providing for the security and payment thereof;

•   Providing for the award of the sale thereof in accordance with specified parameters;
    authorizing the execution and delivery of a purchase contract and a paying
    agent/registrar agreement;

•   And enacting other provisions relating thereto.




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ADMINISTRATION RECOMMENDATION:

I move that the Board adopt an order authorizing the issuance of Round Rock Independent
School District Unlimited Tax School Building Bonds in an aggregate principal amount not to
exceed $89,425,000; levying a tax and providing for the security and payment thereof;
providing for the award of the sale thereof in accordance with specified parameters; authorizing
the execution and delivery of a purchase contract and a paying agent/registrar agreement; and
enacting other provisions related thereto.




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                                          ORDER



                              AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF




                         ROUND ROCK INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
                          UNLIMITED TAX SCHOOL BUILDING BONDS




                                 Adopted: November 19, 2009




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                                                   TABLE OF CONTENTS

                                                                                                                                                 Page


                                                              ARTICLE I

                         DEFINITIONS AND OTHER PRELIMINARY MATTERS

Section 1.01.   Definitions .......................................................................................................................... 1
Section 1.02.   Other Definitions ................................................................................................................ 4
Section 1.03.   Findings .............................................................................................................................. 4
Section 1.04.   Table of Contents, Titles and Headings .............................................................................. 4
Section 1.05.   Interpretation ....................................................................................................................... 4

                                                              ARTICLE II

                                               SECURITY FOR THE BONDS

Section 2.01.   Tax Levy ............................................................................................................................. 4

                                                             ARTICLE III

      AUTHORIZATION; GENERAL TERMS AND PROVISIONS REGARDING THE BONDS

Section 3.01.   Authorization ...................................................................................................................... 5
Section 3.02.   Date, Denomination, Maturities, and Interest ..................................................................... 5
Section 3.03.   Medium, Method and Place of Payment ............................................................................. 5
Section 3.04.   Execution and Registration of Bonds ................................................................................. 6
Section 3.05.   Ownership ........................................................................................................................... 7
Section 3.06.   Registration, Transfer and Exchange .................................................................................. 7
Section 3.07.   Cancellation ........................................................................................................................ 8
Section 3.08.   Temporary Bonds ............................................................................................................... 8
Section 3.09.   Replacement Bonds ............................................................................................................ 8
Section 3.10.   Book-Entry Only System .................................................................................................... 9
Section 3.11.   Successor Securities Depository; Transfer Outside Book-Entry Only System ................ 10
Section 3.12.   Payments to Cede & Co. ................................................................................................... 10

                                                             ARTICLE IV

                               REDEMPTION OF BONDS BEFORE MATURITY

Section 4.01.   Limitation on Redemption ................................................................................................ 10
Section 4.02.   Optional Redemption ........................................................................................................ 10
Section 4.03.   Mandatory Sinking Fund Redemption .............................................................................. 11
Section 4.04.   Partial Redemption ........................................................................................................... 11
Section 4.05.   Notice of Redemption to Owners. .................................................................................... 11
Section 4.06.   Payment Upon Redemption. ............................................................................................. 12
Section 4.07.   Effect of Redemption. ....................................................................................................... 12
Section 4.08.   Lapse of Payment.............................................................................................................. 12




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                                                             ARTICLE V

                                              PAYING AGENT/REGISTRAR

Section 5.01.   Appointment of Initial Paying Agent/Registrar ................................................................ 13
Section 5.02.   Qualifications .................................................................................................................... 13
Section 5.03.   Maintaining Paying Agent/Registrar ................................................................................ 13
Section 5.04.   Termination ....................................................................................................................... 13
Section 5.05.   Notice of Change to Owners ............................................................................................. 13
Section 5.06.   Agreement to Perform Duties and Functions.................................................................... 14
Section 5.07.   Delivery of Records to Successor ..................................................................................... 14

                                                            ARTICLE VI

                                                   FORM OF THE BONDS

Section 6.01.   Form Generally ................................................................................................................. 14
Section 6.02.   Form of Bonds .................................................................................................................. 14
Section 6.03.   CUSIP Registration........................................................................................................... 20
Section 6.04.   Legal Opinion ................................................................................................................... 20

                                                           ARTICLE VII

                    SALE AND DELIVERY OF BONDS; DEPOSIT OF PROCEEDS

Section 7.01.   Sale of Bonds, Official Statement ..................................................................................... 20
Section 7.02.   Control and Delivery of Bonds ......................................................................................... 22
Section 7.03.   Deposit of Proceeds .......................................................................................................... 22

                                                           ARTICLE VIII

  CREATION OF INTEREST AND SINKING FUND; DEPOSIT OF PROCEEDS; INVESTMENTS

Section 8.01.   Creation of Fund ............................................................................................................... 23
Section 8.02.   Interest and Sinking Fund ................................................................................................. 23
Section 8.03.   Security of Funds .............................................................................................................. 23
Section 8.04.   Investments ....................................................................................................................... 23
Section 8.05.   Investment Income ............................................................................................................ 23

                                                            ARTICLE IX

                         PARTICULAR REPRESENTATIONS AND COVENANTS

Section 9.01.   Payment of the Bonds ....................................................................................................... 23
Section 9.02.   Other Representations and Covenants .............................................................................. 24
Section 9.03.   Federal Income Tax Exclusion ......................................................................................... 24




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                                                                   ARTICLE X

                                                      DEFAULT AND REMEDIES

Section 10.01. Events of Default .............................................................................................................. 25
Section 10.02. Remedies for Default ........................................................................................................ 26
Section 10.03. Remedies Not Exclusive ................................................................................................... 26

                                                                  ARTICLE XI

                                                                  DISCHARGE

Section 11.01. Discharge .......................................................................................................................... 26

                                                                 ARTICLE XII

                                       CONTINUING DISCLOSURE UNDERTAKING

Section 12.01.         Definitions of Continuing Disclosure Terms .................................................................... 26
Section 12.02.         Annual Reports ................................................................................................................. 27
Section 12.03.         Material Event Notices ..................................................................................................... 27
Section 12.04.         Limitations, Disclaimers and Amendments ...................................................................... 27

Exhibit A - Description of Annual Disclosure of Financial Information .................................................. A-1




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             AN ORDER AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF ROUND ROCK INDEPENDENT
             SCHOOL DISTRICT UNLIMITED TAX SCHOOL BUILDING BONDS IN AN
             AGGREGATE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $89,425,000; LEVYING A
             TAX AND PROVIDING FOR THE SECURITY AND PAYMENT THEREOF;
             PROVIDING FOR THE AWARD OF THE SALE THEREOF IN ACCORDANCE
             WITH SPECIFIED PARAMETERS; AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION AND
             DELIVERY OF A PURCHASE CONTRACT AND A PAYING AGENT/REGISTRAR
             AGREEMENT; AND ENACTING OTHER PROVISIONS RELATING THERETO

        WHEREAS, Round Rock Independent School District (the “District”) desires to issue its school
building bonds voted pursuant to the Constitution and Chapter 45 of the Texas Education Code at
elections held within the District on November 7, 2006 and November 4, 2008, respectively; and

        WHEREAS, at said elections, the voters authorized the amount of school building bonds set forth
below in the following schedule, such schedule also showing amounts previously issued pursuant to such
voted authorization, the amount therefrom being issued pursuant to this Order, and the balance that
remains unissued after the issuance of the bonds herein authorized, to-wit:


           Purpose                        Amount                 Amount                       Amount to Be      Unissued Balance
                                           Voted             Previously Issued                  Issued(2)
       2006 Election
  Proposition No. 1                     $152,920,000          $144,140,000(1)             $     8,780,000       $            -0-
  Proposition No. 2                       85,345,000             69,270,000                    16,075,000                    -0-
  Proposition No. 4                        9,110,000              7,510,000                     1,600,000                    -0-
       2008 Election
  Proposition No. 1                      156,565,000             47,730,000                    47,220,000           61,615,000
  Proposition No. 2                      137,375,000             79,400,000                    15,750,000           42,225,000



(1)
      Includes $7,235,000 premium received in connection with the sale of previously issued bonds.
(2) Amount may include premium received in connection with the sale of the Bonds allocated to the Proposition, as set forth in the Pricing
Certificate (as hereinafter defined).


       WHEREAS, the meeting at which this Order is considered is open to the public as required by
law, and the public notice of the time, place and purpose of said meeting was given as required by
Chapter 551, Texas Government Code; NOW, THEREFORE

     BE IT ORDERED BY THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF ROUND ROCK INDEPENDENT
SCHOOL DISTRICT:

                                                                ARTICLE I

                              DEFINITIONS AND OTHER PRELIMINARY MATTERS

        Section 1.01. Definitions. Unless otherwise expressly provided or unless the context clearly
requires otherwise in this Order, the following terms shall have the meanings specified below:



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        “Bond” means any of the Bonds.

        “Bond Date” means the date of the Bonds specified in the Pricing Certificate as authorized by
Section 3.02.

       “Bonds” means, collectively, the Series A Bonds and the Taxable Series B Bonds. The word
“Bonds” shall be read to mean the Bonds of each Series.

        “Business Day” means a day that is not a Saturday, Sunday, legal holiday or other day on which
banking institutions in the city where the Designated Payment/Transfer Office is located are required or
authorized by law or executive order to close.

        “Closing Date” means the date of the initial delivery of and payment for the Bonds.

        “Code” means the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended, including applicable regulations,
published rulings and court decisions.

        “Designated Payment/Transfer Office” means (i) with respect to the initial Paying
Agent/Registrar named in this Order, its corporate trust office in Austin, Texas, or at such other location
designated by the Paying Agent/Registrar, and (ii) with respect to any successor Paying Agent/Registrar,
the office of such successor designated and located as may be agreed upon by the District and such
successor.

         “DTC” shall mean The Depository Trust Company of New York, New York, or any successor
securities depository.

        “DTC Participant” shall mean brokers and dealers, banks, trust companies, clearing corporations
and certain other organizations on whose behalf DTC was created to hold securities to facilitate the
clearance and settlement of securities transactions among DTC Participants.

        “Event of Default” means any event of default as defined in Section 10.01.

         “Initial Bond” means, with respect to the Series A Bonds, the initial Series A Bond, and with
respect to the Taxable Series B Bond, the initial Taxable Series B Bond, in each case initially approved by
the Attorney General of Texas and registered by the State of Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts, as
described in Section 3.04(d) and 6.02(d).

       “Interest and Sinking Fund” means, with respect to the Series A Bonds, the “Interest and Sinking
Fund – Series A” and, with respect to the Taxable Series B Bonds, the “Interest and Sinking Fund –
Taxable Series B,” in each case established in Section 8.01 hereof.

        “Interest Payment Date” means the date or dates on which interest on the principal of the Bonds
is scheduled to be paid until their respective dates of maturity or prior redemption, such dates being
February 1 and August 1, commencing on the date specified in the Pricing Certificate.

         “Maturity Date” means the date on which principal of the Bonds is due and payable as specified
in the Pricing Certificate as authorized in Section 3.02 hereof.

        “Order” means this Order.




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        “Owner” means the person who is the registered owner of a Bond or Bonds, as shown in the
Register.

        “Paying Agent/Registrar” means initially Wells Fargo Bank, National Association, Austin, Texas,
or any successor thereto as provided in this Order.

        “Pricing Certificate” means the certificate by that name setting forth the final terms and
provisions of the Bonds and executed by the Pricing Officer.

        “Pricing Officer” means the Superintendent of the District, or, in his absence, the Deputy
Superintendent of Administration of the District.

       “Purchase Contract” or “Purchase Contracts” means the purchase contract or purchase contracts
pursuant to which the Bonds are sold to the Underwriters.

        “Record Date” means the fifteenth day of the month next preceding an Interest Payment Date.

        “Register” means the Bond register required by Section 3.06(a).

        “Representation Letter” means the Blanket Letter of Representations between the District and
DTC.

        “Series” means each series of Bonds.

        “Series A Bonds” means the District’s Unlimited Tax School Building Bonds, Series A
authorized to be issued hereunder.

        “Special Payment Date” means the date that is fifteen (15) days after the Special Record Date as
described in Section 3.03(e).

        “Special Record Date” means the new record date for interest payment established in the event of
a nonpayment of interest on a scheduled payment date, and for thirty (30) days thereafter, as described in
Section 3.03(e).

        “Taxable Bonds” means Bonds as designated in the Pricing Certificate the interest on which is
not intended to be excludable from the gross income of the owners thereof for purposes of federal income
taxation.

        “Taxable Series B Bonds” means the District’s Unlimited Tax School Building Bonds, Taxable
Series B authorized to be issued hereunder.

         “Tax-Exempt Bonds” mean the District’s Bonds as designated in the Pricing Certificate the
interest on which is intended to be excludable from the gross income of the owners thereof for purposes
of federal income taxation.

        “Unclaimed Payments” means money deposited with the Paying Agent/Registrar for the payment
of principal, redemption premium, if any, or interest on the Bonds as the same become due and payable or
money set aside for the payment of Bonds duly called for redemption prior to maturity and remaining
unclaimed by the Owners of such Bonds for 90 days after the applicable payment or redemption date.

        “Underwriters” mean the underwriters of the Bonds named in the Purchase Contract.


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        Section 1.02. Other Definitions. The capitalized terms defined in the preamble to this Order
shall have the meanings assigned to them in the preamble of this Order.

        Section 1.03. Findings. The declarations, determinations and findings declared, made and
found in the preamble to this Order are hereby adopted, restated and made a part of the operative
provisions hereof.

        Section 1.04. Table of Contents, Titles and Headings. The table of contents, titles and
headings of the Articles and Sections of this Order have been inserted for convenience of reference only
and are not to be considered a part hereof and shall not in any way modify or restrict any of the terms or
provisions hereof and shall never be considered or given any effect in construing this Order or any
provision hereof or in ascertaining intent, if any question of intent should arise.

        Section 1.05. Interpretation. (a) Unless the context requires otherwise, words of the masculine
gender shall be construed to include correlative words of the feminine and neuter genders and vice versa,
and words of the singular number shall be construed to include correlative words of the plural number and
vice versa.

        (b)      This Order and all the terms and provisions hereof shall be liberally construed to
effectuate the purposes set forth herein.

        (c)      All article and section references shall mean references to the respective articles and
sections of this Order unless designated otherwise.

                                                ARTICLE II

                                     SECURITY FOR THE BONDS

        Section 2.01. Tax Levy. (a) Pursuant to the authority granted by the Constitution and laws of
the State of Texas, there shall be levied and there is hereby levied for the current year and for each
succeeding year hereafter while any of the Bonds or any interest thereon is outstanding and unpaid, an ad
valorem tax, with respect to each Series, on each one hundred dollars valuation of taxable property within
the District, at a rate sufficient, without limit as to rate or amount, to pay the principal of and interest on
such Series when due and payable, full allowance being made for delinquencies and costs of collection.

        (b)     The ad valorem tax thus levied shall be assessed and collected each year against all
property appearing on the tax rolls of the District most recently approved in accordance with law and the
money thus collected shall be deposited as collected to the Interest and Sinking Fund for the related
Series.

         (c)     Said ad valorem tax, the collections therefrom, and all amounts on deposit in or required
hereby to be deposited to the Interest and Sinking Fund are hereby pledged and committed irrevocably to
the payment of the principal of and interest on the Bonds when and as due and payable in accordance with
their terms and this Order.

        (d)     To the extent the District has available funds which may be lawfully used to pay debt
service on the Bonds and such funds are on deposit in the Interest and Sinking Fund in advance of the
time when ad valorem taxes are scheduled to be assessed and collected for any year, then the amount of
taxes which otherwise would be required to be levied pursuant to subsection (b) of this Section may be
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                                              ARTICLE III

                   AUTHORIZATION; GENERAL TERMS AND PROVISIONS
                              REGARDING THE BONDS

          Section 3.01. Authorization. The District’s “Round Rock Independent School District
Unlimited Tax School Building Bonds” are hereby authorized to be issued and delivered in accordance
with the Constitution and laws of the State of Texas, including particularly Sections 45.001 and
45.003(b), Texas Education Code, as amended. The Bonds shall be issued in the aggregate principal
amount of not to exceed $89,425,000 which principal amount shall be determined by the Authorized
Officer and, based on market conditions in the discretion of the Authorized Officer, allocated between the
Series A Bonds and the Taxable Series B Bonds, as set forth in the Pricing Certificate. The Series A
Bonds are designated as “Tax-Exempt Bonds” and the Taxable Series B Bonds are designated as
“Taxable Bonds.” The Authorized Officer is hereby authorized and directed to modify the title of each
Series to the extent that, in the judgment of the Authorized Officer, it is necessary or appropriate. The
final title of each Series of Bonds shall be set forth in the Pricing Certificate. The Bonds shall be issued
in the following amounts and for the following purposes of: (i) not to exceed $8,780,000 for the purpose
of acquiring, constructing and equipping school buildings of the District and the purchase of necessary
sites therefor, including constructing and equipping a new high school, a new middle school, renovating
and improving secondary school campuses, and for acquiring school buses (2006 Election, Proposition
No. 1); (ii) not to exceed $16,075,000 acquiring, constructing, renovating, improving and equipping
school buildings of the District and the purchase of necessary sites therefor, including constructing and
equipping two elementary schools, and for acquiring school buses (2006 Election, Proposition No. 2);
(iii) not to exceed $1,600,000 acquiring, constructing and equipping school buildings of the District and
the purchase of necessary sites therefor, including acquiring technology equipment to enhance curriculum
delivery and instruction (2006 Election, Proposition No. 4); (iv) not to exceed $47,220,000 acquiring,
constructing and equipping school buildings of the District and the purchase of necessary sites therefor,
including constructing and equipping three new elementary schools and a transportation facility (2008
Election, Proposition No. 1); (v) not to exceed $15,750,000 acquiring, constructing and equipping school
buildings of the District and the purchase of necessary sites therefor, including constructing and
equipping additions to and renovating and improving existing facilities; safety and security improvements
to existing facilities; acquiring school buses; and acquiring technology equipment (2008 Election,
Proposition No. 2); and (vi) paying the costs of issuing the Bonds.

       Section 3.02. Date, Denomination, Maturities, and Interest. (a) The Bonds shall be dated the
Bond Date set forth in the Pricing Certificate, shall be in fully registered form, without coupons, in the
denomination of $5,000 or any integral multiple thereof and shall be numbered separately from one
upward, except the Initial Bond, which shall be numbered T-1 upward.

        (b)      The Bonds shall mature on August 1 in each of the years, in the principal amounts and
shall bear interest at the per annum rates set forth in the Pricing Certificate.

        (c)      Interest shall accrue and be paid on each Bond respectively until the principal amount
thereof has been paid or provision for such payment has been made, from the later of (i) the Bond Date
with respect to the Series A Bonds, or (ii) the Closing Date, with respect to the Taxable Series B Bonds,
or the most recent Interest Payment Date to which interest has been paid or provided for at the rate per
annum for each respective maturity. Such interest shall be payable semiannually on each Interest
Payment Date, computed on the basis of a 360-day year of twelve 30-day months.

       Section 3.03. Medium, Method and Place of Payment. (a) The principal of and interest on the
Bonds shall be paid in lawful money of the United States of America.

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         (b)      Interest on the Bonds shall be paid by check dated as of the Interest Payment Date, and
sent United States mail, first class, postage prepaid, by the Paying Agent/Registrar to each Owner, as
shown in the Register at the close of business on the Record Date, at the address of each such Owner as
such appears in the Register or by such other customary banking arrangements acceptable to the Paying
Agent/Registrar and the person to whom interest is to be paid; provided, however, that such person shall
bear all risk and expense of such other customary banking arrangements.

        (c)     The principal of each Bond shall be paid to the Owner thereof on the Maturity Date or
upon prior redemption upon presentation and surrender of such Bond at the Designated Payment/Transfer
Office of the Paying Agent/Registrar.

         (d)      If the date for the payment of the principal of or interest on the Bonds is not a Business
Day, the date for such payment shall be the next succeeding Business Day, and payment on such date
shall for all purposes be deemed to have been made on the due date thereof as specified in this Section.

         (e)     In the event of a nonpayment of interest on a scheduled payment date, and for thirty (30)
days thereafter, a new record date for such interest payment (a “Special Record Date”) will be established
by the Paying Agent/Registrar, if and when funds for the payment of such interest have been received
from the District. Notice of the Special Record Date and of the special payment date of the past due
interest (the “Special Payment Date,” which shall be fifteen (15) days after the Special Record Date) shall
be sent at least five business days prior to the Special Record Date by United States mail, first class,
postage prepaid, to the address of each Owner of a Bond appearing on the books of the Paying
Agent/Registrar at the close of business on the fifteenth day next preceding the date of mailing of such
notice.

        (f)     Unclaimed Payments shall be segregated in a special account and held in trust,
uninvested by the Paying Agent/Registrar, for the account of the Owner of the Bonds to which the
Unclaimed Payments pertain. Subject to Title 6, Texas Property Code, Unclaimed Payments remaining
unclaimed by the Owners entitled thereto for three (3) years after the applicable payment or redemption
date shall be applied to the next payment or payments on the Bonds thereafter coming due and, to the
extent any such money remains after the retirement of all outstanding Bonds, shall be paid to the District
to be used for any lawful purpose. Thereafter, neither the District, the Paying Agent/Registrar nor any
other person shall be liable or responsible to any holders of such Bonds for any further payment of such
unclaimed moneys or on account of any such Bonds, subject to Title 6, Texas Property Code.

         Section 3.04. Execution and Registration of Bonds. (a) The Bonds shall be executed on behalf
of the District by the President and the Secretary of the Board, by their manual or facsimile signatures,
and the official seal of the District shall be impressed or placed in facsimile thereon. Such facsimile
signatures on the Bonds shall have the same effect as if each of the Bonds had been signed manually and
in person by each of said officers, and such facsimile seal on the Bonds shall have the same effect as if the
official seal of the District had been manually impressed upon each of the Bonds.

        (b)     In the event any officer of the District whose manual or facsimile signature appears on
the Bonds ceases to be such officer before the authentication of such Bonds or before the delivery thereof,
such facsimile signature nevertheless shall be valid and sufficient for all purposes as if such officer had
remained in such office.

         (c)     Except as provided below, no Bond shall be valid or obligatory for any purpose or be
entitled to any security or benefit of this Order unless and until there appears thereon the Certificate of
Paying Agent/Registrar substantially in the form provided herein, duly authenticated by manual execution
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same officer or authorized signatory of the Paying Agent/Registrar sign the Certificate of Paying
Agent/Registrar on all of the Bonds. In lieu of the executed Certificate of Paying Agent/Registrar
described above, each Initial Bond delivered at the Closing Date shall have attached thereto the
Comptroller’s Registration Certificate substantially in the form provided herein, manually executed by the
Comptroller of Public Accounts of the State of Texas, or by his duly authorized agent, which certificate
shall be evidence that the Initial Bonds have been duly approved by the Attorney General of the State of
Texas and that they are valid and binding obligations of the District, and have been registered by the
Comptroller of Public Accounts of the State of Texas.

        (d)     On the Closing Date, one Initial Bond for each Series of Bonds representing the entire
principal amount of such Series of Bonds, payable in stated installments to the representative of the
Underwriters or its designee, executed by manual or facsimile signature of the President and Secretary of
the Board, approved by the Attorney General of Texas, and registered and manually signed by the
Comptroller of Public Accounts of the State of Texas, will be delivered to the representative of the
Underwriters or its designee. Upon payment for the Initial Bond, the Paying Agent/Registrar shall cancel
such Initial Bond and deliver to DTC on behalf of the Underwriters registered definitive Bonds as
described in Section 3.10(a).

        Section 3.05. Ownership. (a) The District, the Paying Agent/Registrar and any other person
may treat the Owner as the absolute owner of such Bond for the purpose of making and receiving
payment of the principal thereof, for the further purpose of making and receiving payment of the interest
thereon (subject to the provisions herein that the interest is to be paid to the person in whose name the
Bond is registered on the Record Date), and for all other purposes, whether or not such Bond is overdue,
and neither the District nor the Paying Agent/Registrar shall be bound by any notice or knowledge to the
contrary.

        (b)      All payments made to the Owner of a Bond shall be valid and effectual and shall
discharge the liability of the District and the Paying Agent/Registrar upon such Bond to the extent of the
sums paid.

        Section 3.06. Registration, Transfer and Exchange. (a) So long as any Bonds remain
outstanding, the District shall cause the Paying Agent/Registrar to keep at its Designated
Payment/Transfer Office a Register in which, subject to such reasonable regulations as it may prescribe,
the Paying Agent/Registrar shall provide for the registration and transfer of Bonds in accordance with this
Order.

         (b)     The ownership of a Bond may be transferred only upon the presentation and surrender of
the Bond to the Paying Agent/Registrar at the Designated Payment/Transfer Office with such
endorsement or other instrument of transfer and assignment acceptable to the Paying Agent/Registrar. No
transfer of any Bond shall be effective until entered in the Register.

        (c)     The Bonds shall be exchangeable upon the presentation and surrender thereof at the
Designated Payment/Transfer Office of the Paying Agent/Registrar for a Bond or Bonds of the same
maturity and interest rate and in any denomination or denominations of any integral multiple of $5,000
and in an aggregate principal amount of the Bonds presented for exchange.

         (d)     The Paying Agent/Registrar is hereby authorized to authenticate and deliver Bonds
transferred or exchanged in accordance with this Section. A new Bond or Bonds will be delivered by the
Paying Agent/Registrar, in lieu of the Bond being transferred or exchanged, at the Designated
Payment/Transfer Office of the Paying Agent/Registrar, or sent by United States mail, first class, postage
prepaid, to the Owner or his designee. Each Bond delivered by the Paying Agent/Registrar in accordance


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with this Section shall constitute an original contractual obligation of the District and shall be entitled to
the benefits and security of this Order to the same extent as the Bond or Bonds in lieu of which such Bond
is delivered.

         (e)     No service charge shall be made to the Owner for the initial registration, any subsequent
transfer, or exchange for a different denomination of any of the Bonds. The Paying Agent/Registrar,
however, may require the Owner to pay a sum sufficient to cover any tax or other governmental charge
that is authorized to be imposed in connection with the registration, transfer or exchange of a Bond.

        (f)     Neither the District nor the Paying Agent/Registrar shall be required to transfer or
exchange any Bond called for redemption within 45 days of the date fixed for redemption; provided,
however, such limitation of transfer shall not be applicable to an exchange by the registered owner of the
uncalled balance of a Bond.

        Section 3.07. Cancellation. All Bonds paid or redeemed before scheduled maturity in
accordance with this Order, and all Bonds in lieu of which exchange Bonds or replacement Bonds are
authenticated and delivered in accordance with this Order, shall be canceled upon the making of proper
records regarding such payment, exchange or replacement. The Paying Agent/Registrar shall dispose of
such canceled Bonds in accordance with its records retention policy.

         Section 3.08. Temporary Bonds. (a) Following the delivery and registration of the Initial Bond
and pending the preparation of definitive Bonds, the proper officers of the District may execute and, upon
the District’s request, the Paying Agent/Registrar shall authenticate and deliver, one or more temporary
Bonds that are printed, lithographed, typewritten, mimeographed or otherwise produced, in any
denomination, substantially of the tenor of the definitive Bonds in lieu of which they are delivered,
without coupons, and with such appropriate insertions, omissions, substitutions and other variations as the
officers of the District executing such temporary Bonds may determine, as evidenced by their signing of
such temporary Bonds.

         (b)      Until exchanged for Bonds in definitive form, such Bonds in temporary form shall be
entitled to the benefit and security of this Order.

        (c)     The District, without unreasonable delay, shall prepare, execute and deliver to the Paying
Agent/Registrar the Bonds in definitive form; thereupon, upon the presentation and surrender of the Bond
or Bonds in temporary form to the Paying Agent/Registrar, the Paying Agent/Registrar shall cancel the
Bonds in temporary form and authenticate and deliver in exchange therefor a Bond or Bonds of the same
maturity and Series, in definitive form, in the authorized denomination, and in the same aggregate
principal amount as the Bond or Bonds in temporary form surrendered. Such exchange shall be made
without the making of any charge therefor to any Owner.

       Section 3.09. Replacement Bonds. (a) Upon the presentation and surrender to the Paying
Agent/Registrar of a mutilated Bond, the Paying Agent/Registrar shall authenticate and deliver in
exchange therefor a replacement Bond of like Series, tenor and principal amount, bearing a number not
contemporaneously outstanding. The District or the Paying Agent/Registrar may require the Owner of
such Bond to pay a sum sufficient to cover any tax or other governmental charge that is authorized to be
imposed in connection therewith and any other expenses connected therewith.

       (b)      In the event that any Bond is lost, apparently destroyed or wrongfully taken, the Paying
Agent/Registrar, pursuant to the applicable laws of the State of Texas and in the absence of notice or
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replacement Bond of like Series, tenor and principal amount, bearing a number not contemporaneously
outstanding, provided that the Owner first complies with the following requirements:

               (i)     furnishes to the Paying Agent/Registrar satisfactory evidence of his or her
        ownership of and the circumstances of the loss, destruction or theft of such Bond;

               (ii)     furnishes such security or indemnity as may be required by the Paying
        Agent/Registrar to save it and the District harmless;

                (iii)  pays all expenses and charges in connection therewith, including, but not limited
        to, printing costs, legal fees, fees of the Paying Agent/Registrar and any tax or other
        governmental charge that is authorized to be imposed; and

               (iv)   satisfies any other reasonable requirements imposed by the District and the
        Paying Agent/Registrar.

         (c)     After the delivery of such replacement Bond, if a bona fide purchaser of the original
Bond in lieu of which such replacement Bond was issued presents for payment such original Bond, the
District and the Paying Agent/Registrar shall be entitled to recover such replacement Bond from the
person to whom it was delivered or any person taking therefrom, except a bona fide purchaser, and shall
be entitled to recover upon the security or indemnity provided therefor to the extent of any loss, damage,
cost or expense incurred by the District or the Paying Agent/Registrar in connection therewith.

         (d)    In the event that any such mutilated, lost, apparently destroyed or wrongfully taken Bond
has become or is about to become due and payable, the Paying Agent/Registrar, in its discretion, instead
of issuing a replacement Bond, may pay such Bond if it has become due and payable or may pay such
Bond when it becomes due and payable.

         (e)     Each replacement Bond delivered in accordance with this Section shall constitute an
original additional contractual obligation of the District and shall be entitled to the benefits and security of
this Order to the same extent as the Bond or Bonds in lieu of which such replacement Bond is delivered.

          Section 3.10. Book-Entry Only System. (a) The definitive Bonds shall be initially issued in the
form of a separate single fully registered Bond for each of the maturities of each series thereof. Upon
initial issuance, the ownership of each such Bond shall be registered in the name of Cede & Co., as
nominee of DTC, and except as provided in Section 3.11 hereof, all of the outstanding Bonds shall be
registered in the name of Cede & Co., as nominee of DTC.

         (b)     With respect to Bonds registered in the name of Cede & Co., as nominee of DTC, the
District and the Paying Agent/Registrar shall have no responsibility or obligation to any DTC Participant
or to any person on behalf of whom such a DTC Participant holds an interest in the Bonds, except as
provided in this Order. Without limiting the immediately preceding sentence, the District and the Paying
Agent/Registrar shall have no responsibility or obligation with respect to (i) the accuracy of the records of
DTC, Cede & Co. or any DTC Participant with respect to any ownership interest in the Bonds, (ii) the
delivery to any DTC Participant or any other person, other than an Owner, as shown on the Register, of
any notice with respect to the Bonds, including any notice of redemption, or (iii) the payment to any DTC
Participant or any other person, other than an Owner, as shown in the Register of any amount with respect
to principal of, premium, if any, or interest on the Bonds. Notwithstanding any other provision of this
Order to the contrary, the District and the Paying Agent/Registrar shall be entitled to treat and consider
the person in whose name each Bond is registered in the Register as the absolute Owner of such Bond for
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giving notices of redemption and other matters with respect to such Bond, for the purpose of registering
transfer with respect to such Bond, and for all other purposes whatsoever. The Paying Agent/Registrar
shall pay all principal of, premium, if any, and interest on the Bonds only to or upon the order of the
respective Owners, as shown in the Register as provided in this Order, or their respective attorneys duly
authorized in writing, and all such payments shall be valid and effective to fully satisfy and discharge the
District’s obligations with respect to payment of, premium, if any, and interest on the Bonds to the extent
of the sum or sums so paid. No person other than an Owner, as shown in the register, shall receive a
certificate evidencing the obligation of the District to make payments of amounts due pursuant to this
Order. Upon delivery by DTC to the Paying Agent/Registrar of written notice to the effect that DTC has
determined to substitute a new nominee in place of Cede & Co., and subject to the provisions in this
Order with respect to interest checks or drafts being mailed to the registered Owner at the close of
business on the Record Date, the word “Cede & Co.” in this Order shall refer to such new nominee of
DTC.

        (c)       The blanket Representation Letter previously executed and delivered by the District, and
applicable to the District’s obligations delivered in book-entry-only form to DTC as securities depository,
is hereby ratified and approved for the Bonds.

         Section 3.11. Successor Securities Depository; Transfer Outside Book-Entry Only System. In
the event that the District or the Paying Agent/Registrar determines that DTC is incapable of discharging
its responsibilities described herein and in the Representation Letter, and that it is in the best interest of
the beneficial owners of the Bonds that they be able to obtain certificated Bonds, or in the event DTC
discontinues the services described herein, the District or the Paying Agent/ Registrar shall (i) appoint a
successor securities depository, qualified to act as such under Section 17(a) of the Securities and
Exchange Act of 1934, as amended, notify DTC and DTC Participants, as identified by DTC, of the
appointment of such successor securities depository and transfer one or more separate Bonds to such
successor securities depository or (ii) notify DTC and DTC Participants, as identified by DTC, of the
availability through DTC of Bonds and transfer one or more separate Bonds to DTC Participants having
Bonds credited to their DTC accounts, as identified by DTC. In such event, the Bonds shall no longer be
restricted to being registered in the Register in the name of Cede & Co., as nominee of DTC, but may be
registered in the name of the successor securities depository, or its nominee, or in whatever name or
names Owners transferring or exchanging Bonds shall designate, in accordance with the provisions of this
Order.

        Section 3.12. Payments to Cede & Co. Notwithstanding any other provision of this Order to
the contrary, so long as any Bonds are registered in the name of Cede & Co., as nominee of DTC, all
payments with respect to principal of, premium, if any, and interest on such Bonds, and all notices with
respect to such Bonds, shall be made and given, respectively, in the manner provided in the
Representation Letter.

                                               ARTICLE IV

                          REDEMPTION OF BONDS BEFORE MATURITY

         Section 4.01. Limitation on Redemption. The Bonds shall be subject to redemption before
their scheduled maturity only as provided in this Article IV and the Pricing Certificate.

        Section 4.02. Optional Redemption. The District reserves the option to redeem the Bonds
maturing on and after the date or dates set forth in the Pricing Certificate on the date or dates set forth in
the Pricing Certificate, in whole or in part, before their respective scheduled Maturity Dates, such
redemption date or dates to be fixed by the District, at a redemption price equal to the redemption prices

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set forth in the Pricing Certificate. The District, at least 45 days before the redemption date, unless a
shorter period shall be satisfactory to the Paying Agent/Registrar, shall notify the Paying Agent/Registrar
of such redemption and of the principal amount of Bonds to be redeemed.

        Section 4.03.    Mandatory Sinking Fund Redemption.

         (a)     The Bonds designated as “Term Bonds” in the Pricing Certificate (“Term Bonds”), are
subject to scheduled mandatory redemption and will be redeemed by the District, in part at a price equal
to the principal amount thereof, without premium, plus accrued interest to the redemption date, out of
moneys available for such purpose in the Interest and Sinking Fund, on the dates and in the respective
principal amounts as set forth in the Pricing Certificate.

         (b)    At least forty-five (45) days prior to each scheduled mandatory redemption date, the
Paying Agent/Registrar shall select for redemption by lot, or by any other customary method that results
in a random selection, a principal amount of Term Bonds equal to the aggregate principal amount of such
Term Bonds to be redeemed, shall call such Term Bonds for redemption on such scheduled mandatory
redemption date, and shall give notice of such redemption, as provided in Section 4.05.

        (c)     The principal amount of the Term Bonds required to be redeemed on any redemption date
pursuant to subparagraph (a) of this Section 4.03 shall be reduced, at the option of the District, by the
principal amount of any Term Bonds which, at least 45 days prior to the mandatory sinking fund
redemption date (i) shall have been acquired by the District at a price not exceeding the principal amount
of such Term Bonds plus accrued interest to the date of purchase thereof, and delivered to the Paying
Agent/Registrar for cancellation, or (ii) shall have been redeemed pursuant to the optional redemption
provisions hereof and not previously credited to a mandatory sinking fund redemption.

         Section 4.04. Partial Redemption. (a) If less than all of the Bonds are to be redeemed pursuant
to Section 4.02, the District shall determine the maturities and the amounts thereof to be redeemed and
shall direct the Paying Agent/Registrar to call by lot the Bonds, or portions thereof, within such maturities
and in such principal amounts for redemption.

         (b)     A portion of a single Bond of a denomination greater than $5,000 may be redeemed, but
only in a principal amount equal to $5,000 or any integral multiple thereof. The Paying Agent/Registrar
shall treat each $5,000 portion of such Bond as though it were a single Bond for purposes of selection for
redemption.

        (c)     Upon surrender of any Bond for redemption in part, the Paying Agent/Registrar, in
accordance with Section 3.06 of this Order, shall authenticate and deliver exchange such Bond or Bonds
in an aggregate principal amount equal to the unredeemed principal amount to the Bond so surrendered,
such exchange being without charge.

        Section 4.05.    Notice of Redemption to Owners.

        (a)      The Paying Agent/Registrar shall give notice of any redemption of Bonds by sending
notice by United States mail, first class, postage prepaid, not less than 30 days before the date fixed for
redemption, to the Owner of each Bond (or part thereof) to be redeemed, at the address shown in the
Register at the close of business on the Business Day next preceding the date of mailing such notice.

        (b)      The notice shall state the redemption date, the redemption price, the place at which the
Bonds are to be surrendered for payment, and, if less than all the Bonds outstanding are to be redeemed,
an identification of the Bonds or portions thereof to be redeemed.

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         (c)      The District reserves the right to give notice of its election or direction to redeem Bonds
under Section 4.02 conditioned upon the occurrence of subsequent events. Such notice may state (i) that
the redemption is conditioned upon the deposit of moneys and/or authorized securities, in an amount
equal to the amount necessary to effect the redemption, with the Paying Agent/Registrar, or such other
entity as may be authorized by law, no later than the redemption date or (ii) that the District retains the
right to rescind such notice at any time prior to the scheduled redemption date if the District delivers a
certificate of the District to the Paying Agent/Registrar instructing the Paying Agent/Registrar to rescind
the redemption notice, and such notice and redemption shall be of no effect if such moneys and/or
authorized securities are not so deposited or if the notice is rescinded. The Paying Agent/Registrar shall
give prompt notice of any such rescission of a conditional notice of redemption to the affected Owners.
Any Bonds subject to conditional redemption where redemption has been rescinded shall remain
Outstanding, and the rescission shall not constitute an Event of Default. Further, in the case of a
conditional redemption, the failure of the District to make moneys and/or authorized securities available
in part or in whole on or before the redemption date shall not constitute an Event of Default.

        (d)    Any notice given as provided in this Section shall be conclusively presumed to have been
duly given, whether or not the Owner receives such notice.

        Section 4.06.    Payment Upon Redemption.

         (a)     Before or on each redemption date, the District shall deposit with the Paying
Agent/Registrar money sufficient to pay all amounts due on the redemption date and the Paying
Agent/Registrar shall make provision for the payment of the Bonds to be redeemed on such date by
setting aside and holding in trust an amount from the Interest and Sinking Fund or otherwise received by
the Paying Agent/Registrar from the District and shall use such funds solely for the purpose of paying the
principal of, redemption premium, if any, and accrued interest on the Bonds being redeemed.

        (b)       Upon presentation and surrender of any Bond called for redemption at the Designated
Payment/Transfer Office on or after the date fixed for redemption, the Paying Agent/Registrar shall pay
the principal of, redemption premium, if any, and accrued interest on such Bond to the date of redemption
from the money set aside for such purpose.

        Section 4.07.    Effect of Redemption.

        (a)      Notice of redemption having been given as provided in Section 4.05 of this Ordinance
and subject, in the case of an optional redemption under Section 4.02, to any conditions or rights reserved
by the District under Section 4.05(c), the Bonds or portions thereof called for redemption shall become
due and payable on the date fixed for redemption and, unless the District defaults in its obligation to make
provision for the payment of the principal thereof, redemption premium, if any, or accrued interest
thereon, such Bonds or portions thereof shall cease to bear interest from and after the date fixed for
redemption, whether or not such Bonds are presented and surrendered for payment on such date.

        (b)     If the District shall fail to make provision for payment of all sums due on a redemption
date, then any Bond or portion thereof called for redemption shall continue to bear interest at the rate
stated on the Bond until due provision is made for the payment of same.

       Section 4.08. Lapse of Payment. Money set aside for the redemption of the Bonds and
remaining unclaimed by the Owners thereof shall be subject to the provisions of Section 3.03(f) hereof.




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                                              ARTICLE V

                                    PAYING AGENT/REGISTRAR

        Section 5.01. Appointment of Initial Paying Agent/Registrar. (a) The District hereby appoints
Wells Fargo Bank, National Association, as its registrar and transfer agent to keep such books or records
and make such transfers and registrations under such reasonable regulations as the District and the Paying
Agent/Registrar may prescribe; and the Paying Agent/Registrar shall make such transfer and registrations
as herein provided. It shall be the duty of the Paying Agent/Registrar to obtain from the Owners and
record in the Register the address of such Owner of each Bond to which payments with respect to the
Bonds shall be mailed, as provided herein. The District or its designee shall have the right to inspect the
Register during regular business hours of the Paying Agent/Registrar, but otherwise the Paying
Agent/Registrar shall keep the Registration Books confidential and, unless otherwise required by law,
shall not permit their inspection by any other entity.

        (b)      The District hereby further appoints the Paying Agent/Registrar to act as the paying agent
for paying the principal of and interest on the Bonds. The Paying Agent/Registrar shall keep proper
records of all payments made by the District and the Paying Agent/Registrar with respect to the Bonds,
and of all conversions, exchanges and replacements of such Bonds, as provided in the Order.

        (c)      The execution and delivery of a Paying Agent/Registrar Agreement, specifying the duties
and responsibilities of the District and the Paying Agent/Registrar, is hereby approved with such changes
as may be approved by the President of the Board, and the President and Secretary of the Board are
hereby authorized to execute such agreement.

        Section 5.02. Qualifications. Each Paying Agent/Registrar shall be (i) a bank, trust company,
financial institution, or other entity duly qualified and legally authorized under the laws of the United
States or of any state thereof, (ii) authorized under such laws to exercise trust powers, (iii) subject to
supervision or examination by a federal or state governmental authority, and (iv) a single entity.

        Section 5.03. Maintaining Paying Agent/Registrar. (a) At all times while any Bonds are
outstanding, the District will maintain a Paying Agent/Registrar that is qualified under Section 5.02 of
this Order.

        (b)     If the Paying Agent/Registrar resigns or otherwise ceases to serve as such, the District
will promptly appoint a replacement.

         Section 5.04. Termination. The District reserves the right to terminate the appointment of any
Paying Agent/Registrar by delivering to the entity whose appointment is to be terminated (i) 45 days
written notice of the termination of the appointment and of the Paying Agent/Registrar Agreement, stating
the effective date of such termination, and (ii) appointing a successor Paying Agent/Registrar; provided,
that, no such termination shall be effective until a successor paying agent/registrar has assumed the duties
of paying agent/registrar for the Bonds.

        Section 5.05. Notice of Change to Owners. Promptly upon each change in the entity serving as
Paying Agent/Registrar, the District will cause notice of the change to be sent to each Owner by United
States mail, first class, postage prepaid, at the address in the Register, stating the effective date of the
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       Section 5.06. Agreement to Perform Duties and Functions. By accepting the appointment as
Paying Agent/Registrar, the Paying Agent/Registrar is deemed to have agreed to the provisions of this
Order and that it will perform the duties and functions of Paying Agent/Registrar prescribed hereby.

       Section 5.07. Delivery of Records to Successor. If a Paying Agent/Registrar is replaced, such
Paying Agent/Registrar, promptly upon the appointment of the successor, will deliver the Register (or a
copy thereof) and all other pertinent books and records relating to the Bonds to the successor Paying
Agent/Registrar.

                                               ARTICLE VI

                                         FORM OF THE BONDS

         Section 6.01. Form Generally. (a) The Bonds, including the Registration Certificate of the
Comptroller of Public Accounts of the State of Texas, the Certificate of the Paying Agent/Registrar, and
the Assignment form to appear on each of the Bonds (i) shall be (a) generally in the form set forth in this
Article and (b) the substantially final form set forth in the Pricing Certificate, with such appropriate
insertions, omissions, substitutions, and other variations as are permitted or required by this Order and the
Pricing Certificate, and (ii) may have such letters, numbers, or other marks of identification (including
identifying numbers and letters of the Committee on Uniform Securities Identification Procedures of the
American Bankers Association) and such legends and endorsements (including any reproduction of an
opinion of counsel) thereon as, consistently herewith, may be determined by the District or by the officers
executing such Bonds, as evidenced by their execution thereof.

        (b)      Any portion of the text of any Bonds may be set forth on the reverse side thereof, with an
appropriate reference thereto on the face of the Bonds.

       (c)      The Bonds, including each Initial Bond, shall be typewritten, printed, lithographed, or
engraved, and may be produced by any combination of these methods or produced in any other similar
manner, all as determined by the officers executing such Bonds, as evidenced by their execution thereof.

         Section 6.02. Form of Bonds. The form of the Bonds shall generally follow the form set forth
below; provided, however, that the substantially final form of the Bonds shall be set forth in or attached to
the Pricing Certificate and shall incorporate and reflect the final terms of the Bonds set forth in the Pricing
Certificate. The form of the Registration Certificate of the Comptroller of Public Accounts of the State of
Texas, the form of Certificate of the Paying Agent/Registrar, and the form of Assignment appearing on
the Bonds, shall be substantially as follows:




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        (a)     Bond Form.

REGISTERED                                                                                 REGISTERED

No. _______                                                                                  $__________

                                        United States of America
                                              State of Texas
                                    Counties of Travis and Williamson

                         ROUND ROCK INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
                           UNLIMITED TAX SCHOOL BUILDING BOND
                                    [____ SERIES _____]


  INTEREST RATE:              MATURITY DATE:               BOND DATE [Series A]:             CUSIP NO.:
                                                          CLOSING DATE [ Series B]
        _____%                   _____________                     __________                 ______ ___

       Round Rock Independent School District (the “District”), in the Counties of Travis and
Williamson, State of Texas, for value received, hereby promises to pay to

                                 ________________________________

or registered assigns, on the maturity date specified above, the sum of

                                _________________________ DOLLARS

unless the payment of the principal hereof shall have been paid or provided for, and to pay interest on
such principal amount from the later of the [Bond Date/Closing Date] specified above or the most recent
interest payment date to which interest has been paid or provided for until payment of such principal
amount has been paid or provided for, at the per annum rate of interest specified above, computed on the
basis of a 360-day year of twelve 30-day months, such interest to be paid semiannually on August 1 and
February 1 of each year, commencing ______________.

         The principal of this Bond shall be payable without exchange or collection charges in lawful
money of the United States of America upon presentation and surrender of this Bond at the corporate trust
office of Wells Fargo Bank, National Association, Austin, Texas, or such other location designated by the
Paying Agent/Registrar (the “Designated Payment/Transfer Office”), of the Paying Agent/ Registrar or,
with respect to a successor paying agent/registrar, at the Designated Payment/Transfer Office of such
successor. Interest on this Bond is payable by check dated as of the interest payment date, mailed by the
Paying Agent/Registrar to the registered owner at the address shown on the registration books kept by the
Paying Agent/Registrar, or by such other customary banking arrangements acceptable to the Paying
Agent/Registrar and the person to whom interest is to be paid; provided, however, that such person shall
bear all risk and expense of such other customary banking arrangements. For the purpose of the payment
of interest on this Bond, the registered owner shall be the person in whose name this Bond is registered at
the close of business on the “Record Date,” which shall be the fifteenth day of the month next preceding
such interest payment date. In the event of a nonpayment of interest on a scheduled payment date, and for


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thirty days thereafter, a new record date for such interest payment (a “Special Record Date”) will be
established by the Paying Agent/Registrar, if and when funds for the payment of such interest have been
received from the District. Notice of the Special Record Date and of the special payment date of the past
due interest (the “Special Payment Date,” which date shall be fifteen days after the Special Record Date)
shall be sent at least five business days prior to the Special Record Date by United States mail, first class,
postage prepaid, to the address of each owner of a Bond appearing on the books of the Paying
Agent/Registrar at the close of business on the fifteenth day next preceding the date of mailing of such
notice.

         If the date for the payment of the principal of or interest on this Bond shall be a Saturday,
Sunday, legal holiday, or day on which banking institutions in the city where the Paying Agent/Registrar
is located are required or authorized by law or executive order to close, the date for such payment shall be
the next succeeding day which is not a Saturday, Sunday, legal holiday, or day on which banking
institutions are required or authorized to close, and payment on such date shall for all purposes be deemed
to have been made on the original date payment was due.

         This Bond is one of a series of fully registered bonds specified in the title hereof issued in the
aggregate principal amount of $_____________ (herein referred to as the “Bonds”), dated as of ______,
issued pursuant to a certain order of the District (the “Order”) for the purpose paying a portion of the
costs of acquiring, constructing, renovating and equipping school buildings of the District and the
purchase of necessary sites therefor, for acquiring school buses, and paying the costs of issuing the
Bonds. Concurrently with the delivery of this Bond, the District is issuing its Unlimited Tax School
Building Bonds, [____ Series 2009___] secured by the proceeds of an ad valorem tax levied without limit
as to rate or amount on all taxable property within the District and issued to pay a portion of the costs of
acquiring, constructing, renovating and equipping school buildings of the District and the purchase of
necessary sites therefor, for acquiring school buses, and paying the costs of issuing such bonds.

         The Bonds and the interest thereon are payable from the proceeds of a direct and continuing ad
valorem tax levied, without limit as to rate or amount, against all taxable property in the District
sufficient, together with certain available funds of the District on deposit in the interest and sinking fund
for the Bonds, to provide for the payment of the principal of and interest on the Bonds, as described and
provided in the Order.

         The District has reserved the option to redeem the Bonds maturing on and after _____________,
in whole or in part before their respective scheduled maturity dates, on _____________, or on any date
thereafter, at a redemption price equal to the principal amount thereof plus accrued interest to the date of
redemption. If less than all of the Bonds are to be redeemed, the District shall determine the maturity or
maturities and the amounts thereof to be redeemed and shall direct the Paying Agent/Registrar to call by
lot the Bonds, or portions thereof, within such maturity and in such principal amounts, for redemption.

        Bonds maturing on ______________ (the “Term Bonds”) are subject to mandatory sinking fund
redemption prior to their scheduled maturity, and will be redeemed by the District, in part at a redemption
price equal to the principal amount thereof, without premium, plus interest accrued to the redemption
date, on the dates and in the principal amounts shown in the following schedule:

                                  Term Bonds Maturing _____________

                              Redemption Date
                                  (____)                         Principal Amount




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        The Paying Agent/Registrar will select by lot or by any other customary method that results in a
random selection the specific Term Bonds (or with respect to Term Bonds having a denomination in
excess of $5,000, each $5,000 portion thereof) to be redeemed by mandatory redemption. The principal
amount of Term Bonds required to be redeemed on any redemption date pursuant to the foregoing
mandatory sinking fund redemption provisions hereof shall be reduced, at the option of the District, by
the principal amount of any Term Bonds which, at least 45 days prior to the mandatory sinking fund
redemption date (i) shall have been acquired by the District at a price not exceeding the principal amount
of such Term Bonds plus accrued interest to the date of purchase thereof, and delivered to the Paying
Agent/Registrar for cancellation, or (ii) shall have been redeemed pursuant to the optional redemption
provisions hereof and not previously credited to a mandatory sinking fund redemption.

        Not less than thirty (30) days prior to a redemption date for the Bonds, the District shall cause a
notice of redemption to be sent by United States mail, first class, postage prepaid, to the Owners of the
Bonds to be redeemed at the address of the Owner appearing on the registration books of the Paying
Agent/Registrar at the close of business on the business day next preceding the date of mailing such
notice.

         In the Order, the District reserves the right, in the case of an optional redemption, to give notice
of its election or direction to redeem Bonds conditioned upon the occurrence of subsequent events. Such
notice may state (i) that the redemption is conditioned upon the deposit of moneys and/or authorized
securities, in an amount equal to the amount necessary to effect the redemption, with the Paying
Agent/Registrar, or such other entity as may be authorized by law, no later than the redemption date, or
(ii) that the District retains the right to rescind such notice at any time on or prior to the scheduled
redemption date if the District delivers a certificate of the District to the Paying Agent/Registrar
instructing the Paying Agent/Registrar to rescind the redemption notice, and such notice and redemption
shall be of no effect if such moneys and/or authorized securities are not so deposited or if the notice is
rescinded. The Paying Agent/Registrar shall give prompt notice of any such rescission of a conditional
notice of redemption to the affected Owners. Any Bonds subject to conditional redemption and such
redemption has been rescinded shall remain Outstanding, and the rescission of such redemption shall not
constitute an Event of Default. Further, in the case of a conditional redemption, the failure of the District
to make moneys and/or authorized securities available in part or in whole on or before the redemption
date shall not constitute an Event of Default. Any notice so mailed shall be conclusively presumed to
have been duly given, whether or not the registered owner receives such notice. Notice having been so
given and subject, in the case of an optional redemption, to any rights or conditions reserved by the
District in the notice, the Bonds called for redemption shall become due and payable on the specified
redemption date, and notwithstanding that any Bond or portion thereof has not been surrendered for
payment, interest on such Bonds or portions thereof shall cease to accrue.
         As provided in the Order, and subject to certain limitations therein set forth, this Bond is
transferable upon surrender of this Bond for transfer at the Designated Payment/Transfer Office of the
Paying Agent/Registrar with such endorsement or other evidence of transfer as is acceptable to the Paying
Agent/Registrar; thereupon, one or more new fully registered Bonds of the same stated maturity, of
authorized denominations, bearing the same rate of interest, and for the same aggregate principal amount
will be issued to the designated transferee or transferees.

        Neither the District nor the Paying Agent/Registrar shall be required to transfer or exchange any
Bond called for redemption where such redemption is scheduled to occur within 30 calendar days after
the transfer or exchange date; provided, however, such limitation shall not be applicable to an exchange
by the registered owner of the uncalled principal balance of a Bond.



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        The District, the Paying Agent/Registrar, and any other person may treat the person in whose
name this Bond is registered as the owner hereof for the purpose of receiving payment as herein provided
(except interest shall be paid to the person in whose name this Bond is registered on the Record Date) and
for all other purposes, whether or not this Bond be overdue, and neither the District nor the Paying
Agent/Registrar shall be affected by notice to the contrary.

         IT IS HEREBY CERTIFIED AND RECITED that the issuance of this Bond and the series of
which it is a part is duly authorized by law; that all acts, conditions and things required to be done
precedent to and in the issuance of the Bonds have been properly done and performed and have happened
in regular and due time, form and manner, as required by law; that sufficient and proper provision for the
levy and collection of taxes has been made, without limit as to rate or amount, which when collected shall
be appropriated exclusively to the timely payment of the principal of and interest on the Bonds; and that
the total indebtedness of the District, including the Bonds, does not exceed any constitutional or statutory
limitation.

         IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the District has caused this Bond to be duly executed under its official
seal in accordance with law.



Secretary, Board of Trustees                              President, Board of Trustees
Round Rock Independent School District                    Round Rock Independent School District


[SEAL]


         (b)    [Form of Certificate of Paying Agent/Registrar]

                          CERTIFICATE OF PAYING AGENT/REGISTRAR

         This is one of the Bonds referred to in the within mentioned Order. The series of Bonds of which
this Bond is a part was originally issued as one Initial Bond which was approved by the Attorney General
of the State of Texas and registered by the Comptroller of Public Accounts of the State of Texas.

                                                          WELLS FARGO BANK, NATIONAL
                                                             ASSOCIATION.,
                                                          as Paying Agent/Registrar


Date: _________________________                           By:
                                                                          Authorized Signer




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        (c)     Form of Assignment

                                              ASSIGNMENT

         FOR VALUE RECEIVED, the undersigned hereby sells, assigns and transfers unto (print or
typewrite name, address and zip code of transferee): __________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________
(Social Security or other identifying number: ___________________) the within Bond and all rights
hereunder and hereby irrevocably constitutes and appoints _____________________________ attorney
to transfer the within Bond on the books kept for registration hereof, with full power of substitution in the
premises.

Dated: _________________________

Signature Guaranteed By:
                                                           NOTICE: The signature on this Assignment must
                                                           correspond with the name of the registered owner
                                                           as it appears on the face of the within Bond in
Authorized Signatory                                       every particular and must be guaranteed in a
                                                           manner acceptable to the Paying Agent/Registrar.

        (d)     Initial Bond Insertions

                (i)       The Initial Bond shall be in the form set forth in paragraph (a) of this Section,
        except that, in the event there is more than one maturity of Bonds:

                       (A)    immediately under the name of the Bond, the headings “INTEREST
                RATE” and “MATURITY DATE” shall both be completed with the words “As Shown
                Below” and “CUSIP NO. __________” deleted;

                         (B)     in the first paragraph:

                        the words “on the Maturity Date specified above” shall be deleted and the
                following will be inserted: “on _______ in the years, in the principal installments and
                bearing interest at the per annum rates set forth in the following schedule:

                                                              Principal                    Interest
                         Years                              Installments                    Rates

                         (Information to be inserted from the Pricing Certificate); and

                         (C)     the Initial Bond shall be numbered T-1.




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                 (ii)    The following Registration Certificate of Comptroller of Public Accounts shall
         appear on the Initial Bond:

                                 REGISTRATION CERTIFICATE OF
                               COMPTROLLER OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS

OFFICE OF THE COMPTROLLER                            §
OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS                                   §        REGISTER NO.
                                                     §
THE STATE OF TEXAS                                   §

         I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT there is on file and of record in my office a certificate to the effect
that the Attorney General of the State of Texas has approved this Bond, and that this Bond has been
registered this day by me.

         WITNESS MY SIGNATURE AND SEAL OF OFFICE this ____________________.



[SEAL]                                                             Comptroller of Public Accounts
                                                                      of the State of Texas

        Section 6.03. CUSIP Registration. The District may secure identification numbers through the
CUSIP Service Bureau Division of Standard & Poor’s Corporation, New York, New York, and may
authorize the printing of such numbers on the face of the Bonds. It is expressly provided, however, that
the presence or absence of CUSIP numbers on the Bonds shall be of no significance or effect as regards
the legality thereof and neither the District nor bond counsel to the District are to be held responsible for
CUSIP numbers incorrectly printed on the Bonds.

        Section 6.04. Legal Opinion. The approving legal opinion of Vinson & Elkins L.L.P., Bond
Counsel, may be printed on the reverse side of each definitive Bond over the certification of the Secretary
of the Board, which may be executed in facsimile.

                                              ARTICLE VII

                  SALE AND DELIVERY OF BONDS; DEPOSIT OF PROCEEDS

        Section 7.01. Sale of Bonds, Official Statement. (a)(i) The Bonds shall be sold to the
Underwriters in accordance with the terms of this Order and the Pricing Certificate. In accordance with
the authority set forth in Chapter 1371, Texas Government Code, as amended, the Pricing Officer is
hereby authorized and directed to act on behalf of the District upon determining that the conditions set
forth below can be satisfied in selling and delivering the Bonds and in carrying out the other procedures
specified in this Order, including determining the principal amount of each Series, the price at which each
of the Bonds will be sold, the designation of the Bonds to be issued, the substantially final form of the
Bonds, the years in which the Bonds will mature, the principal amount to mature in each of such years,
the aggregate principal amount of Bonds of each Series to be issued, the rate of interest to be borne by
each maturity of the Bonds, the first Interest Payment Date, the dates, prices and terms upon and at which
Bonds shall be subject to redemption prior to stated maturity at the option of the District and which Bonds
shall be subject to mandatory sinking fund redemption, the allocation of the principal amount of the
Bonds (and any premium on the Bonds to the extent it is to be allocated against voted authorization) to
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or not all or a portion of the Bonds shall be issued as Taxable Bonds or Tax-Exempt Bonds or a
combination thereof, and all other matters relating to the issuance, sale and delivery of the Bonds, all of
which shall be specified in the Pricing Certificate.

         (ii)    In addition to any other authority provided under this Order, the Pricing Officer is hereby
further expressly authorized, in connection with the sale of the Bonds, to make appropriate irrevocable
elections under Section 54(AA) or Section 6431 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended, to
designate all or any portion of the Taxable Bonds as “build America bonds” (“Build America Bonds”) to
the extent such Taxable Bonds are eligible for such designation and the Pricing Officer determines that
such designation is beneficial to the Authority. In furtherance thereof, the Pricing Officer is hereby
expressly authorized and empowered to take all actions necessary to obtain any moneys from the Federal
government that may be available to the District if any Taxable Bonds are designated as Build America
Bonds. The Pricing Officer is hereby further expressly authorized and empowered from time to time and
at any time to perform all such acts and things deemed necessary or desirable and to execute and deliver
any agreements, certificates, documents or other instruments, whether or not herein mentioned, to carry
out the terms and provisions of this section, including but not limited to, the preparation and making of
any filings with the Internal Revenue Service
        (iii)    The substantially final form of the Purchase Contract presented herewith is hereby
approved, and the Pricing Officer is hereby authorized and directed to complete the terms and provisions
of the Purchase Contract on terms that, in the opinion of the Pricing Officer, are the most advantageous
reasonably obtainable and that conform to the terms and provisions of the Pricing Certificate. The Pricing
Officer is hereby authorized and directed to execute and deliver such Purchase Contract to the
Underwriters on behalf of the District. The Initial Bond shall initially be registered in the name of the
representative of the Underwriters or its designee.

        (b)     In carrying out the purposes of this Order, the Pricing Officer shall determine that the
following conditions can be satisfied:

               (i)     the Bonds shall not bear interest at a rate greater than the maximum rate allowed
        by Chapter 1204, Texas Government Code, as amended;

               (ii)     the aggregate principal amount of the Bonds authorized to be issued for the
        purposes described in Section 3.01 shall not exceed $89,425,000;

                (iii)   the yield on the Tax-Exempt Bonds, as computed for federal arbitrage purposes,
        shall not exceed 7.00%;

                   (iv)   the yield on the Taxable Bonds shall not exceed 10.00%; and

                   (v)    no Bond shall mature more than thirty (30) years from the date of delivery
        thereof.

       (c)    The authority granted to the Pricing Officer under this Section 7.01 shall expire on
May 31, 2010.

         (d)    The form and substance of the Preliminary Official Statement for the Bonds and any
addenda, supplement or amendment thereto (collectively, the “Preliminary Official Statement”) presented
to and considered at this meeting, is hereby in all respects approved and adopted, and the Preliminary
Official Statement is hereby confirmed as deemed final as of its date (except for the omission of pricing
and related information) within the meaning and for the purposes of paragraph (b)(1) of Rule 15c2-12
under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended, by the Board of Trustees. The Pricing Officer is

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hereby further authorized and directed to use and distribute or authorize the use and distribution of, a final
official statement and any addenda, supplement or amendment thereto (the “Official Statement”) and the
use thereof by the Underwriters in the public offering and sale thereof is hereby authorized and approved.
The use and distribution of the Preliminary Official Statement in the public offering of the Bonds by the
Underwriters is hereby ratified, approved and confirmed. The Secretary of the Board is hereby authorized
and directed to include and maintain a copy of the Official Statement and any addenda, supplement or
amendment thereto thus approved among the permanent records of this meeting.

         (e)     All officers of the District are authorized to execute such documents, certificates and
receipts and to take such actions as they may deem appropriate in order to consummate the delivery of the
Bonds in accordance with this Order.

        Section 7.02. Control and Delivery of Bonds. (a) The President of the Board or, in his absence,
the Vice President of the Board, is hereby authorized to have control of the Initial Bond and all necessary
records and proceedings pertaining thereto pending investigation, examination and approval of the
Attorney General of the State of Texas, registration by the Comptroller of Public Accounts of the State of
Texas, and registration with, and initial exchange or transfer by, the Paying Agent/Registrar.

         (b)     After registration by the Comptroller of Public Accounts, delivery of the Bonds shall be
made to the Underwriters under and subject to the general supervision and direction of the President of
the Board or, in his absence, the Vice President of the Board, against receipt by the District of all amounts
due to the District under the terms of sale.

        Section 7.03.    Deposit of Proceeds. Proceeds from the sale of the Bonds shall be applied as
follows:

         (a)      Accrued interest on the Bonds from the Bond Date to the Closing Date shall be deposited
to the Interest and Sinking Fund.

         (b)     The Pricing Officer shall allocate the proceeds of the Bonds, other than accrued interest
thereon, to the purposes for which the Bonds are issued as specified in Section 3.01 hereof, including the
allocation of premium received in connection with the sale of the Bonds, and shall set forth in the Pricing
Certificate the amounts and purposes of such allocations.

        (c)      The proceeds of the Bonds, other than amounts described in subparagraph (a) above,
shall be deposited to a special construction account separate and apart from other funds of the District,
and shall be applied to the purposes for which the Bonds are issued. In the event the District issues both
Tax-Exempt and Taxable Bonds, the District shall establish separate subaccounts in the special
construction account for the Tax-Exempt Bond proceeds and Taxable Bond proceeds and shall account
separately for the expenditure of funds in such subaccounts. In the event the District issues only Tax-
Exempt Bonds and no subaccounts are created in the special construction account, any amounts
remaining in such account following completion of the purposes for which the Bonds are issued shall be
deposited to the Interest and Sinking Fund and applied to the payment of principal of the Bonds. In the
event the District issues both Tax-Exempt Bonds and Taxable Bonds, (i) any amounts remaining in the
subaccount relating to Tax-Exempt Bond proceeds shall be used in the same manner as provided in the
preceding sentence and (ii) any amounts remaining in the subaccount relating to the Taxable Bonds shall
be applied to (x) the redemption (or if not currently subject to redemption, the defeasance) of Taxable
Bonds in inverse order of maturity or (y) upon the receipt of an opinion of counsel that such use of
Taxable Bond proceeds will not adversely affect the characterization of the Taxable Bonds for federal
income tax purposes, deposited to the Interest and Sinking Fund and applied to the payment of principal
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                                              ARTICLE VIII

                         CREATION OF INTEREST AND SINKING FUNDS;
                                      INVESTMENTS

        Section 8.01. Creation of Funds. (a) The District hereby establishes “Round Rock Independent
School District Unlimited Tax School Building Bonds, Series A, Interest and Sinking Fund” relating to
the Series A Bonds, and the “Round Rock Independent School District Unlimited Tax School Building
Bonds, Taxable Series B, Interest and Sinking Fund” relating to the Series B Bonds.

            (b)   The Interest and Sinking Fund shall be maintained at an official depository of the
District.

         Section 8.02. Interest and Sinking Fund. (a) The taxes levied under Section 2.01 shall be
deposited to the credit of the Interest and Sinking Fund at such times and in such amounts as necessary
for the timely payment of the principal of and interest on the related Series of Bonds.

         (b)    If the amount of money in the Interest and Sinking Fund is at least equal to the aggregate
principal amount of the related outstanding Series of Bonds plus the aggregate amount of interest due and
that will become due and payable on such related Series of Bonds, no further deposits to that fund need be
made.

         (c)      Money on deposit in Interest and Sinking Fund shall be used to pay the principal of and
interest on the related Series of Bonds as such become due and payable.

        Section 8.03. Security of Funds. All moneys on deposit in the Interest and Sinking Fund shall
be secured in the manner and to the fullest extent required by the laws of the State of Texas for the
security of public funds, and moneys on deposit in such funds shall be used only for the purposes
permitted by this Order.

        Section 8.04. Investments. (a) Money in the Interest and Sinking Fund created by this Order,
at the option and at the written direction of the District, may be invested in such securities or obligations
as permitted under applicable law.

         (b)     Any securities or obligations in which money in the Interest and Sinking Fund is invested
shall be kept and held in trust for the benefit of the Owners and shall be sold and the proceeds of sale shall
be timely applied to the making of all payments required to be made from the Interest and Sinking Fund.

       Section 8.05. Investment Income. Income derived from investment of the Interest and Sinking
Fund shall be credited to the Interest and Sinking Fund to which such investment belongs.

                                               ARTICLE IX

                      PARTICULAR REPRESENTATIONS AND COVENANTS

         Section 9.01. Payment of the Bonds. On or before each Interest Payment Date of the Bonds,
there shall be made available to the Paying Agent/Registrar, out of the Interest and Sinking Fund, money
sufficient to pay the interest on and principal of the related Series of Bonds as will accrue or mature on
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        Section 9.02. Other Representations and Covenants. (a) The District will faithfully perform at
all times any and all covenants, undertakings, stipulations, and provisions contained in this Order and in
each Bond; the District will promptly pay or cause to be paid the principal of and interest on each Bond
on the dates and at the places and manner prescribed in such Bond; and the District will, at the times and
in the manner prescribed by this Order, deposit or cause to be deposited the amounts of money specified
by this Order.

        (b)      The District is duly authorized under the laws of the State of Texas to issue the Bonds; all
action on its part for the creation and issuance of the Bonds has been duly and effectively taken; and the
Bonds in the hands of the Owners thereof are and will be valid and enforceable obligations of the District
in accordance with their terms.

         Section 9.03. Federal Income Tax Exclusion. (a) General. The District intends that the interest
on the Tax-Exempt Bonds shall be excludable from gross income for federal income tax purposes
pursuant to sections 103 and 141 through 150 of the Code, and the applicable Income Tax Regulations
promulgated thereunder (the “Regulations”). The District covenants and agrees not to take any action, or
knowingly omit to take any action within its control, that if taken or omitted, respectively, would cause
the interest on the Tax-Exempt Bonds to be includable in gross income, as defined in section 61 of the
Code, for federal income tax purposes. In particular, the District covenants and agrees to comply with
each requirement of this Section 9.03; provided, however, that the District shall not be required to comply
with any particular requirement of this Section 9.03 if the District has received an opinion of nationally
recognized bond counsel (“Counsel’s Opinion”) that such noncompliance will not adversely affect the
exclusion from gross income for federal income tax purposes of interest on the Tax-Exempt Bonds or if
the District has received a Counsel’s Opinion to the effect that compliance with some other requirement
set forth in this Section 9.03 will satisfy the applicable requirements of the Code and the Regulations, in
which case compliance with such other requirement specified in such Counsel’s Opinion shall constitute
compliance with the corresponding requirement specified in this Section 9.03.

        (b)      No Private Use or Payment and No Private Loan Financing. The District shall certify,
through an authorized officer, employee or agent that based upon all facts and estimates known or
reasonably expected to be in existence on the date the Tax-Exempt Bonds are delivered, that the proceeds
of the Tax-Exempt Bonds will not be used, in a manner that would cause the Tax-Exempt Bonds to be
“private activity bonds” within the meaning of section 141 of the Code and the Regulations. Moreover,
the District covenants and agrees that it will make such use of the proceeds of the Tax-Exempt Bonds
including interest or other investment income derived from Tax-Exempt Bond proceeds, regulate the use
of property financed, directly or indirectly, with such proceeds, and take such other and further action as
may be required so that the Tax-Exempt Bonds will not be “private activity bonds” within the meaning of
section 141 of the Code and the Regulations.

         (c)      No Federal Guarantee. The District covenants and agrees that it has not taken and will
not take any action, and has not knowingly omitted and will not knowingly omit to take any action within
its control, that, if taken or omitted, respectively, would cause the Tax-Exempt Bonds to be “federally
guaranteed” within the meaning of section 149(b) of the Code and the Regulations, except as permitted by
section 149(b)(3) of the Code and the Regulations.

         (d)      No Hedge Bonds. The District covenants and agrees that it has not taken and will not
take any action, and has not knowingly omitted and will not knowingly omit to take any action, within its
control, that, if taken or omitted, respectively, would cause the Tax-Exempt Bonds to be “hedge bonds”
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        (e)      No Arbitrage. The District shall certify, through an authorized officer, employee or agent
that based upon all facts and estimates known or reasonably expected to be in existence on the date the
Tax-Exempt Bonds are delivered, the District will reasonably expect that the proceeds of the Tax-Exempt
Bonds will not be used in a manner that would cause the Tax-Exempt Bonds to be “arbitrage bonds”
within the meaning of section 148(a) of the Code and the Regulations. Moreover, the District covenants
and agrees that it will make such use of the proceeds of the Bonds including interest or other investment
income derived from Tax-Exempt Bond proceeds, regulate investments of proceeds of the Tax-Exempt
Bonds, and take such other and further action as may be required so that the Tax-Exempt Bonds will not
be “arbitrage bonds” within the meaning of section 148(a) of the Code and the Regulations.

         (f)     Arbitrage Rebate. If the District does not qualify for an exception to the requirements of
Section 148(f) of the Code relating to the required rebate to the United States, the District will take all
necessary steps to comply with the requirement that certain amounts earned by the District on the
investment of the “gross proceeds” of the Tax-Exempt Bonds (within the meaning of section 148(f)(6)(B)
of the Code), be rebated to the federal government. Specifically, the District will (i) maintain records
regarding the investment of the gross proceeds of the Tax-Exempt Bonds as may be required to calculate
the amount earned on the investment of the gross proceeds of the Tax-Exempt Bonds separately from
records of amounts on deposit in the funds and accounts of the District allocable to other bond issue of the
District or moneys which do not represent gross proceeds of any bonds of the District, (ii) calculate at
such times as are required by the Regulations, the amount earned from the investment of the gross
proceeds of the Tax-Exempt Bonds which is required to be rebated to the federal government, and (iii)
pay, not less often than every fifth anniversary date of the delivery of the Tax-Exempt Bonds or on such
other dates as may be permitted under applicable Regulations, all amounts required to be rebated to the
federal government. Further, the District will not indirectly pay any amount otherwise payable to the
federal government pursuant to the foregoing requirements to any person other than the federal
government by entering into any investment arrangement with respect to the gross proceeds of the Tax-
Exempt Bonds that might result in a reduction in the amount required to be paid to the federal government
because such arrangement results in a smaller profit or a larger loss than would have resulted if the
arrangement had been at arm’s length and had the yield on the issue not been relevant to either party.

        (g)     Information Reporting. The District covenants and agrees to file or cause to be filed with
the Secretary of the Treasury, not later than the 15th day of the second calendar month after the close of
the calendar quarter in which the Tax-Exempt Bonds are issued, an information statement concerning the
Tax-Exempt Bonds, all under and in accordance with section 149(e) of the Code and the applicable
Regulations thereunder.

        (h)      Continuing Obligation. Notwithstanding any other provision of this Order, the District’s
obligations under the covenants and provisions of this Section 9.03 shall survive the defeasance and
discharge of the Tax-Exempt Bonds.

                                              ARTICLE X

                                     DEFAULT AND REMEDIES

         Section 10.01. Events of Default. Each of the following occurrences or events for the purpose
of this Order is hereby declared to be an Event of Default:

               (i)     the failure to make payment of the principal of or interest on any of the Bonds
        when the same becomes due and payable; or




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                (ii)     default in the performance or observance of any other covenant, agreement or
        obligation of the District, which default materially and adversely affects the rights of the Owners,
        including, but not limited to, their prospect or ability to be repaid in accordance with this Order,
        and the continuation thereof for a period of 60 days after notice of such default is given by any
        Owner to the District.

        Section 10.02. Remedies for Default. (a) Upon the happening of any Event of Default, any
Owner or an authorized representative thereof, including, but not limited to, a trustee or trustees therefor,
may proceed against the District for the purpose of protecting and enforcing the rights of the Owners
under this Order, by mandamus or other suit, action or special proceeding in equity or at law, in any court
of competent jurisdiction, for any relief permitted by law, including the specific performance of any
covenant or agreement contained herein, or thereby to enjoin any act or thing that may be unlawful or in
violation of any right of the Owners hereunder or any combination of such remedies.

        (b)      It is provided that all such proceedings shall be instituted and maintained for the equal
benefit of all Owners of Bonds then outstanding.

        Section 10.03. Remedies Not Exclusive. (a) No remedy herein conferred or reserved is intended
to be exclusive of any other available remedy or remedies, but each and every such remedy shall be
cumulative and shall be in addition to every other remedy given hereunder or under the Bonds or now or
hereafter existing at law or in equity; provided, however, that notwithstanding any other provision of this
Order, the right to accelerate the debt evidenced by the Bonds shall not be available as a remedy under
this Order.

        (b)     The exercise of any remedy herein conferred or reserved shall not be deemed a waiver of
any other available remedy.

         (c)     By accepting the delivery of a Bond authorized under this Order, such Owner agrees that
the certifications required to effectuate any covenants or representations contained in this Order do not
and shall never constitute or give rise to a personal or pecuniary liability or charge against the officers,
employees or trustees of the District or the Board.

                                              ARTICLE XI

                                              DISCHARGE

        Section 11.01. Discharge. The Bonds may be discharged, defeased and refunded in any manner
permitted by law.

                                              ARTICLE XII

                           CONTINUING DISCLOSURE UNDERTAKING

        Section 12.01. Definitions of Continuing Disclosure Terms.           As used in this Article, the
following terms have the meanings assigned to such terms below:

        “MSRB” means the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board.

        “Rule” means SEC Rule 15c2-12, as amended from time to time.

        “SEC” means the United States Securities and Exchange Commission.


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         Section 12.02. Annual Reports. (a) The District shall provide annually to the MSRB, within six
(6) months after the end of each fiscal year, financial information and operating data with respect to the
District of the general type included in the final Official Statement, being the information described in
Exhibit A hereto. Any financial statements so to be provided shall be (i) prepared in accordance with the
accounting principles described in Exhibit A hereto, and (ii) audited, if the District commissions an audit
of such statements and the audit is completed within the period during which they must be provided. If
the audit of such financial statements is not complete within such period, then the District shall provide
notice that audited financial statements are not available and shall provide unaudited financial statements
for the applicable fiscal year to the MSRB. Thereafter, when and if audited financial statements become
available, the District shall provide such audited financial statements as required to the MSRB.

         (b)    If the District changes its fiscal year, it will notify the MSRB of the change (and of the
date of the new fiscal year end) prior to the next date by which the District otherwise would be required to
provide financial information and operating data pursuant to this Section.

        (c)      The financial information and operating data to be provided pursuant to this Section may
be set forth in full in one or more documents or may be included by specific reference to any document
(including an official statement or other offering document, if it is available from the MSRB) that
theretofore has been provided to the MSRB or filed with the SEC.

       Section 12.03. Material Event Notices. (a) The District shall notify the MSRB, in a timely
manner, of any of the following events with respect to the Bonds, if such event is material within the
meaning of the federal securities laws:

                (i)      principal and interest payment delinquencies

                (ii)     nonpayment related defaults;

                (iii)    unscheduled draws on debt service reserves reflecting financial difficulties;

                (iv)     unscheduled draws on credit enhancements reflecting financial difficulties;

                (v)      substitution of credit or liquidity providers, or their failure to perform;

                (vi)     adverse tax opinions or events affecting the tax-exempt status of the Bonds;

                (vii)    modifications to rights of Owners;

                (viii)   bond calls;

                (ix)     defeasance;

                (x)      release, substitution, or sale of property securing repayment of the Bonds; and

                (xi)     rating changes.

        (b)     The District shall notify the MSRB, in a timely manner, of any failure by the District to
provide financial information or operating data in accordance with Section 12.02 of this Order by the time
required by such Section.

       Section 12.04. Limitations, Disclaimers and Amendments. (a) The District shall be obligated to
observe and perform the covenants specified in this Article for so long as, but only for so long as, the

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District remains an “obligated person” with respect to the Bonds within the meaning of the Rule, except
that the District in any event will give notice of any deposit made in accordance with Article XI that
causes Bonds no longer to be Outstanding.

        (b)      The provisions of this Article are for the sole benefit of the Owners and beneficial owners
of the Bonds, and nothing in this Article, express or implied, shall give any benefit or any legal or
equitable right, remedy, or claim hereunder to any other person. The District undertakes to provide only
the financial information, operating data, financial statements, and notices which it has expressly agreed
to provide pursuant to this Article and does not hereby undertake to provide any other information that
may be relevant or material to a complete presentation of the District’s financial results, condition, or
prospects or hereby undertake to update any information provided in accordance with this Article or
otherwise, except as expressly provided herein. The District does not make any representation or
warranty concerning such information or its usefulness to a decision to invest in or sell Bonds at any
future date.

       UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHALL THE DISTRICT BE LIABLE TO THE OWNER OR
BENEFICIAL OWNER OF ANY BOND OR ANY OTHER PERSON, IN CONTRACT OR TORT,
FOR DAMAGES RESULTING IN WHOLE OR IN PART FROM ANY BREACH BY THE DISTRICT,
WHETHER NEGLIGENT OR WITHOUT FAULT ON ITS PART, OF ANY COVENANT SPECIFIED
IN THIS ARTICLE, BUT EVERY RIGHT AND REMEDY OF ANY SUCH PERSON, IN CONTRACT
OR TORT, FOR OR ON ACCOUNT OF ANY SUCH BREACH SHALL BE LIMITED TO AN
ACTION FOR MANDAMUS OR SPECIFIC PERFORMANCE.

         (c)    No default by the District in observing or performing its obligations under this
Article shall comprise a breach of or default under the Order for purposes of any other provisions of this
Order.

        (d)      Nothing in this Article is intended or shall act to disclaim, waive, or otherwise limit the
duties of the District under federal and state securities laws.

         (e)     The provisions of this Article may be amended by the District from time to time to adapt
to changed circumstances that arise from a change in legal requirements, a change in law, or a change in
the identity, nature, status, or type of operations of the District, but only if (1) the provisions of this
Article, as so amended, would have permitted an underwriter to purchase or sell Bonds in the primary
offering of the Bonds in compliance with the Rule, taking into account any amendments or interpretations
of the Rule to the date of such amendment, as well as such changed circumstances, and (2) either (a) the
Owners of a majority in aggregate principal amount (or any greater amount required by any other
provisions of this Order that authorizes such an amendment) of the Outstanding Bonds consent to such
amendment or (b) a person that is unaffiliated with the District (such as nationally recognized bond
counsel) determines that such amendment will not materially impair the interests of the Owners and
beneficial owners of the Bonds. If the District so amends the provisions of this Article, it shall include
with any amended financial information or operating data next provided in accordance with Section 12.02
an explanation, in narrative form, of the reasons for the amendment and of the impact of any change in
the type of financial information or operating data so provided.



        PASSED, APPROVED AND EFFECTIVE this November 19, 2009.




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                                               EXHIBIT A

             DESCRIPTION OF ANNUAL DISCLOSURE OF FINANCIAL INFORMATION

        The following information is referred to in Article XII of this Order.

Annual Financial Statements and Operating Data

         The financial information and operating data with respect to the District to be provided annually
in accordance with such Article are as specified (and included in the Appendix or other headings of the
Official Statement referred to) below:

        1.      The audited financial statements of the District for the most recently concluded fiscal
                year.

        2.      Statistical and financial data set forth in Tables numbered 1 through 4 and 6 through 11,
                each inclusive, of the Official Statement.

Accounting Principles

        The accounting principles referred to in such Article are the accounting principles described in
the notes to the financial statements referred to in Paragraph 1 above.




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                             BOARD OF EDUCATION
                    ROUND ROCK INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
                             ROUND ROCK, TEXAS


SUBJECT: Approval of Annual Audit Report                             AGENDA ITEM NO.       12

   DATE: November 19, 2009                                             RELATED PAGES: None

                                                                PRESENTED BY: Ramiro Flores


                                            ACTION


BACKGROUND INFORMATION:

The firm of Maxwell Locke & Ritter, LLP has completed the Round Rock Independent School
District audit report for the year ended June 30, 2009. Representatives from Maxwell Locke &
Ritter, LLP will be in attendance at the Board Meeting to answer questions and/or provide
explanations if needed.

The report will be sent to the Board under separate cover.

ADMINISTRATION RECOMMENDATION:

I move that the Round Rock ISD Annual Audit Report for the year ended June 30, 2009 be approved
as presented.




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                             BOARD OF EDUCATION
                    ROUND ROCK INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
                             ROUND ROCK, TEXAS

SUBJECT: Professional Services Contract – New Elementary               AGENDA ITEM NO.        13
         at Paloma Lakes Subdivision
  DATE: November 19, 2009                                               RELATED PAGES:       None

                                                                 PRESENTED BY: RAMIRO FLORES


                                            ACTION



BACKGROUND INFORMATION:

On November 04, 2008, voters approved the issuance of $293,940,000 of Unlimited Tax
Schoolhouse Bonds. An item in those bonds was a new elementary school to be constructed in
the Paloma Lakes subdivision planned to open for the 2011/12 school year.

In addressing the needs for this school, the Executive Team discussed and reviewed the design
and functionality of the new elementary school being built in the Stone Oak Subdivision. The
design of this facility was an evolution resulting from improvements on the design of the three
previous elementary schools that opened in 2008. It was decided that the school to be built in the
Paloma subdivision should be modeled after the improved design of the Stone Oak Subdivision
school but that it would be built for 900 students.

BLGY, Inc, Architects is the architect of record for the original design and the new elementary
school at the Stone Oak Subdivision.

The Administration is requesting the Board of Trustees approve BLGY, Inc, Architects to
provide architectural and engineering services for the new elementary at the Paloma Lakes
Subdivision based on the original elementary school design used in the 2008 schools and
incorporating the new functional design improvements of the elementary at the Stone Oak
Subdivision.

ADMINISTRATION RECOMMENDATION:

I move that BLGY, Inc, Architects be approved to provide architectural and engineering services
for the New Elementary School at the Paloma Lakes Subdivision.




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                             BOARD OF EDUCATION
                    ROUND ROCK INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
                             ROUND ROCK, TEXAS


SUBJECT: Approval of Designated Project Delivery Methods                 AGENDA ITEM NO.        14
         For Bond 2006 Fourth Sale Construction Projects
  DATE: November 19, 2009                                                 RELATED PAGES: 75-76

                                                                    PRESENTED BY: Ramiro Flores


                                             ACTION


BACKGROUND INFORMATION:

Per Texas Education Code 44.035, the board is required to approve the project delivery method(s)
that provides the best value to the school district for construction projects over $50,000 in value.

Staff has assessed the attached projects comprising the fourth bond sale in Round Rock ISD’s Bond
2006 and is recommending the project delivery methods as shown in Attachment “A” dated
November 19, 2009 that will provide the best value to the district.

ADMINISTRATION RECOMMENDATION:
`
I move that the Board approve the use of the project delivery methods as designated for the
fourth sale of Bond 2006 construction projects as shown on Attachment “A” dated November 19,
2009.




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                             2009 proj del methods for Bond 2006 Attach A 11.19.09.xls


                          BOND 2006 PROJECTS CY 2010 / Fourth Sale
                                                Attachment "A"
                                           Project Delivery Methods
                                              November 19,2009
Org. Campus                        Project Type                                          CY 10 -      Project
No.                                                                                      Costs        Delivery
                                                                                                      Methods
003   Westwood High School         Replace existing clock system                         $65,000      CMR
003   Westwood High School         Replace existing fire alarm system                    $438,750     CMR
003   Westwood High School         Replace and rekey all int. /ext. doors                $110,000     CMR
008   New High School              New High School (Fifth) - (2400 Students)             $8,398,818   CMR
001   Round Rock High School       100 Bldg.. AHU's & Field House Lennox Units           $892,800     CSP
017   SPHS 9th Grade Campus        Replace SEMCO unit at the office area                 $468,000     CSP
042   Noel Grisham Middle Sch      Interior Renovations (Marker bds,cabinets)            $292,500     CSP
042   Noel Grisham Middle Sch      Replace Fire Alarm System                             $101,250     CSP
042   Noel Grisham Middle Sch      Replace roofing system                                $130,000     CSP
042   Noel Grisham Middle Sch      Interior Renovations (Gym ceiling / lights)           $91,000      CSP
043   Chisholm Trail Middle Sch    HVAC Projects                                         $274,365     CSP
043   Chisholm Trail Middle Sch    Improve campus and football field drainage            $312,000     CSP
043   Chisholm Trail Middle Sch    Plumbing Projects                                     $195,000     CSP
043   Chisholm Trail Middle Sch    Convert Science rooms 306/310 into Science labs       $143,000     CSP
043   Chisholm Trail Middle Sch    Interior renovation (Nurse's office/ADA rest room)    $96,330      CSP
043   Chisholm Trail Middle Sch    Interior Renovations (Ext. doors replacement )        $46,200      CSP
043   Chisholm Trail Middle Sch    Interior Renovations (Gym ceiling / lights)           $91 000
                                                                                         $91,000      CSP
044   Canyon Vista Middle Sch      Repurpose Lecture Rm. to gain classrooms Canceled     $531,000     CSP
045   Deerpark Middle School       Electrical Upgrades (Lighting & circuits)             $279,500     CSP
045   Deerpark Middle School       Repurpose 6 Classrooms to Science Classrooms          $312,000     CSP
045   Deerpark Middle School       Recarpet all classrooms/ administration area          $220,000     CSP
045   Deerpark Middle School       Repurpose classroom wing to 4 learning centers.       $38,400      CSP
047   Cedar Valley Middle Sch      Install redundant Chiller/CW capacity                 $425,425     CSP
047   Cedar Valley Middle Sch      Replace main gymnasium floor                          $119,025     CSP
047   Cedar Valley Middle Sch       Add HVAC system at Industrial Tech. shop             $118,015     CSP
106   Xenia Voigt Elementary       Exterior Plumbing Projects (Utility lines)            $280,500     CSP
106   Xenia Voigt Elementary       Remodel kitchen area and replace equipment            $251,910     CSP
107   Deepwood Elementary          Site Renovations (Retain wall & sidewalks)            $130,000     CSP
107   Deepwood Elementary          Improve Site drainage                                 $108,000     CSP
107   Deepwood Elementary          Replace roof system                                   $180,000     CSP
110   Kathy Caraway Elementary     Replace existing fire alarm system                    $101,250     CSP
111   Vic Robertson Elementary     Interior (Restrooms & cabinets)                       $170,300     CSP
113   Purple Sage Elementary       Interior Renovations (Ceiling, door locks )           $292,500     CSP
114   Brushy Creek Elementary      Replace HVAC system at second floor.                  $312,000     CSP
114   Brushy Creek Elementary      Remodel restrooms/hand lavatory by exit doors         $108,000     CSP
114   Brushy Creek Elementary      Remodel kitchen area / equipment (ONLY)               $185,443     CSP
115   Wells Branch Elementary      HVAC Projects                                         $1,033,500   CSP
119   Double File Trail Elem...    HVAC Retrofit Projects (MAU's & Thru Wall Units)      $1,113,750   CSP
119   Double File Trail Elem...    Interior (Restrooms & ceilings)                       $264,000     CSP
122   Old Town Elementary          Replace roofing system                                $120,000     CSP
124   Jollyville Elementary        Site Renovations (Site drainage)                      $275,000     CSP
734   Central Administration       Replace existing fire alarm system                    $81,000      CSP
734   Central Administration       Electrical Upgrades (Lighting & distribution)         $61,880      CSP
952   Transportation               (Westside) Install fire sprinkler system              $70,200      CSP
952   Transportation               (Eastside) Install fire alarm and sprinkler system    $70,200      CSP


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                              2009 proj del methods for Bond 2006 Attach A 11.19.09.xls


                          BOND 2006 PROJECTS CY 2010 / Fourth Sale
                                                 Attachment "A"
                                            Project Delivery Methods
                                               November 19,2009
Org. Campus                         Project Type                                          CY 10 -    Project
No.                                                                                       Costs      Delivery
                                                                                                     Methods
004   McNeil High School            HVAC Projects(Insulation,VFD's, HVAC units)           $221,936   JOC
041   C.D. Fulkes Middle School     Add elevator to second flr. (400) building            $168,000   JOC
041   C.D. Fulkes Middle School     Electrical Upgrades                                   $192,000   JOC
041   C.D. Fulkes Middle School     Install Security Cameras                              $180,000   JOC
042   Noel Grisham Middle Sch       Plumbing Projects                                     $68,750    JOC
042   Noel Grisham Middle Sch       Replace VCT in cafeteria                              $81,000    JOC
045   Deerpark Middle School        Install security cameras                              $180,000   JOC
045   Deerpark Middle School        Plumbing Projects (Replace boilers)                   $210,600   JOC
107   Deepwood Elementary           Electrical Upgrades (Lighting & circuits)             $126,672   JOC
108   Forest North Elementary       Remodel boy's and girl's restroom facilities          $117,000   JOC
109   Anderson Mill Elementary      Interior Renovations (rest rooms & office)            $168,750   JOC
111   Vic Robertson Elementary      Replace carpet                                        $130,000   JOC
113   Purple Sage Elementary        Electrical Upgrades (Lighting & circuits)             $39,000    JOC
113   Purple Sage Elementary        Expand front sidewalk and drive                       $48,000    JOC
114   Brushy Creek Elementary       Electrical Upgrades (Lighting)                        $35,100    JOC
114   Brushy Creek Elementary       Replace 400 wing classroom carpet                     $33,462    JOC
800   District-Wide                                               alum.
                                    Replace wooden ramps with alum ramps 06-07            $277 200
                                                                                          $277,200   JOC
800   District-Wide                 Asbestos Abatement-VCT Flooring 06-07                 $175,884   JOC




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                             BOARD OF EDUCATION
                    ROUND ROCK INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
                             ROUND ROCK, TEXAS


SUBJECT: Approval of Designated Project Delivery Methods                 AGENDA ITEM NO.        15
         For Bond 2008 Second Sale Construction Projects
  DATE: November 19, 2009                                                 RELATED PAGES: 78

                                                                    PRESENTED BY: Ramiro Flores


                                             ACTION


BACKGROUND INFORMATION:

Per Texas Education Code 44.035, the board is required to approve the project delivery method(s)
that provides the best value to the school district for construction projects over $50,000 in value.

Staff has assessed the attached projects in the second bond sale of Round Rock ISD’s Bond 2008
and is recommending the project delivery methods as shown in Attachment “A” dated November 19,
2009 that will provide the best value to the district.

ADMINISTRATION RECOMMENDATION:

I move that the Board approve the use of the project delivery methods as designated for the
second sale of Bond 2008 construction projects as shown on Attachment “A” dated November
19, 2009.




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                            2009 proj del merhods for Bond 2008 PDM Attach A 11.19.09.xls

                            BOND 2008 PROJECTS CY 2010 / Second Sale
                                                Attachment "A"
                                           Project Delivery Methods
                                               November 19, 2009
Org.   Campus                        Project Type                                           CY 10 -       Project
No.                                                                                         Costs         Delivery
                                                                                                          Method

002    Round Rock Op.. Center        Safe & secure front campus entry                       $22,500       CSP
004    McNeil High School            Weight Room Addition                                   $88,932       CSP
005    Goals                         Expanded 800 Bldg/Facility for GOALS                   $418,176      CMR
007    Stony Point High School       Convert Existing Wt Rm into Dance                      $90,000       CSP
007    Stony Point High School       Safe & secure front campus entry                       $36,250       CSP
017    SPHS 9th Grade Campus         Replace SEMCO units                                    $214,500      CSP
041    C.D. Fulkes Middle School     Add 4 additional access readers at ext doors           $25,000       JOC
042    Noel Grisham Middle Sch..     Art - Add sinks/counter at the existing Art room       $18,750       CSP
042    Noel Grisham Middle Sch..     Convert 2 clrms to 2 sci labs/renovate 2 sci clrm      $137,250      CSP
042    Noel Grisham Middle Sch..     Safe & secure front campus entry                       $39,750       CSP
043    Chisholm Trail Middle Sch     Add 4 Science/Prep/Restrooms                           $527,133      CSP
043    Chisholm Trail Middle Sch     Install epoxy flooring at locker rooms and showers     $75,000       JOC
043    Chisholm Trail Middle Sch     Renovate old nurse's office in a conference rm..       $3,600        CSP
044    Canyon Vista Middle Sch       Convert 8 clrms to 4 Science Labs                      $127,690      CSP
044    Canyon Vista Middle Sch       Electrical Upgrades                                    $12,500       CSP
044    Canyon Vista Middle Sch       New fire alarm system                                  $31,250       CSP
044             Vista Middle Sch
       Canyon Vista Middle Sch                  and          the kitchen
                                     Renovate and expand the kitchen area                   $64,375       CSP
044    Canyon Vista Middle Sch       Repurpose the MPR into Fine Arts Band area             $112,250      CSP
045    Deerpark Middle School        Replace water-source heat pumps                        $1,005,550    CSP
045    Deerpark Middle School        Safe & secure front campus entry                       $39,750       CSP
047    Cedar Valley Middle Sch       Enlarge / upgrade campus health clinic                 $10,500       JOC
047    Cedar Valley Middle Sch       Safe & secure front campus entry                       $39,750       CSP
047    Cedar Valley Middle Sch       Weight Room Addition                                   $64,386       CSP
106    Xenia Voigt Elementary        Replace all chalkboards with white boards              $50,000       JOC
106    Xenia Voigt Elementary        Replace hallway and cafeteria VCT flooring             $44,550       JOC
108    Forest North Elementary       Replace gym flooring                                   $37,500       CSP
109    Anderson Mill Elementary      Safe & secure front campus entry                       $448,750      CSP
111    Vic Robertson Elementary      Renovate Kitchen/Dining area                           $262,500      CSP
113    Purple Sage Elementary        Add cubbies and shelving at classrooms                 $134,400      CSP
113    Purple Sage Elementary        Remove hallway paneling/library renovation             $187,064      CSP
113    Purple Sage Elementary        Upgrade all student restrooms                          $255,000      CSP
114    Brushy Creek Elementary       Renovate kitchen, cafeteria, gym areas                 $160,020      CSP
115    Wells Branch Elementary       Expand existing kitchen/add 2nd serving line           $79,755       CSP
115    Wells Branch Elementary       Renovate FLS Room                                      $200,000      CSP
119    Double File Trail Elem...     Replace chalkboards with white boards                  $48,000       CSP
119    Double File Trail Elem...     Replace gym flooring                                   $37,500       CSP
121    Gattis Elementary             Replace SBS Roofing above Teacher Lounge               $112,500      CSP
138    New Elem. School Paloma       New Elementary School Campus                           $27,808,337   CSP
800    District-Wide                 Asbestos Abatement-VCT Flooring CY10                   $129,718      JOC
800    District-Wide                 Enlarge / upgrade campus health clinics                $344,375      CSP
800    District-Wide                 Repairs to detention/water quality ponds CY 09         $82,500       JOC
804    Performing Arts Center        Video Surveillance System                              $75,000       JOC
952    Transportation                (Eastside) Install security cameras                    $72,000       JOC
952    Transportation                (Westside) Install Security Cameras                    $50,000       JOC
952    Transportation                New Transportation Bldg                                $781,398      CSP


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                              BOARD OF EDUCATION
                     ROUND ROCK INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
                              ROUND ROCK, TEXAS


SUBJECT: Adoption of Resolution to Cast Votes for Election                AGENDA ITEM NO.         16
         of Williamson County Appraisal District Directors
  DATE: November 19, 2009                                                   RELATED PAGES:        80

                                                                     PRESENTED BY: Ramiro Flores


                                              ACTION


BACKGROUND INFORMATION:

The Property Tax Code sets out procedures for electing directors for county appraisal districts in the
State of Texas. Each governing body is allowed a specific number of votes based on the tax levy of
the taxing jurisdictions compared to the levy for the entire county. Under provisions of this law the
Chief Appraiser for the Williamson County Appraisal District has declared that the Round Rock
Independent School District will be allowed 1,530 votes.

Each governing body was asked to submit names of nominees for the Board of Directors by adopting
a resolution. That resolution was adopted at the September 17, 2009 Board meeting.

The following are the candidates that were recommended by Round Rock ISD. These candidates
were subsequently placed on the ballot for the Williamson County Appraisal District Board of
Directors:
              Deborah Hunt
              Brig Mireles
              Robert Tagge

ADMINISTRATION RECOMMENDATION:

I move that the Board adopt the attached resolution and that votes be cast for the Round Rock
ISD nominees for the Williamson County Appraisal District Board of Directors.




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                                           RESOLUTION


STATE OF TEXAS                         §
                                       §
COUNTY OF WILLIAMSON                   §


   WHERE AS, the Sixty-sixth Legislature of the State of Texas enacted S.B. 621
   establishing a centralized appraisal district in each county of the State; and

   WHERE AS, S.B. 621 includes a provision which allows the governing body of each
   voting unit to cast votes for individuals nominated for directors of the centralized
   appraisal district; and

   WHERE AS, the Round Rock Independent School District is entitled to a total of 1,530
   votes, which may be cast for individuals, nominated for the position of director:

   THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Trustees of the Round Rock
   Independent School District hereby casts the 1,530 votes for the following nominees:


                       Deborah Hunt

                       Brig Mireles

                       Robert Tagge




This resolution adopted on the 19 th       day of   November   , 2009.


ATTEST:

                                               President, Board of Trustees
                                               Round Rock Independent School District



Secretary, Board of Trustees
Round Rock Independent School District




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                              BOARD OF EDUCATION
                     ROUND ROCK INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
                              ROUND ROCK, TEXAS


SUBJECT: Adoption of Resolution to Cast Votes for Election                AGENDA ITEM NO.         17
         of Travis Central Appraisal District Directors
  DATE: November 19, 2009                                                   RELATED PAGES:        82

                                                                     PRESENTED BY: Ramiro Flores


                                              ACTION


BACKGROUND INFORMATION:

The Property Tax Code sets out procedures for electing directors for county appraisal districts in the
State of Texas. Under provisions of this law the Chief Appraiser for the Travis Central Appraisal
District has declared that the Round Rock Independent School District will be allowed 1 vote.

The City of Round Rock submitted Joan Kunkel as their nominee for the Travis Central Appraisal
District Board of Directors. This candidate was subsequently placed on the ballot for the Travis
Central Appraisal District Board of Directors.

ADMINISTRATION RECOMMENDATION:

I move that the Board adopt the attached resolution and that its vote be cast for the City of
Round Rock nominee for the Travis Central Appraisal District Board of Directors.




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                                           RESOLUTION


STATE OF TEXAS                         §
                                       §
COUNTY OF TRAVIS                       §


   WHERE AS, the Sixty-sixth Legislature of the State of Texas enacted S.B. 621
   establishing a centralized appraisal district in each county of the State; and

   WHERE AS, S.B. 621 includes a provision which allows the governing body of each
   voting unit to cast votes for individuals nominated for directors of the centralized
   appraisal district; and

   WHERE AS, the Round Rock Independent School District is entitled to a total of 1
   vote, which may be cast for individuals, nominated for the position of director:

   THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Trustees of the Round Rock
   Independent School District hereby casts the 1 vote for the following nominees:


                       Joan Kunkel




This resolution adopted on the 19 th       day of   November   , 2009.


ATTEST:

                                               President, Board of Trustees
                                               Round Rock Independent School District



Secretary, Board of Trustees
Round Rock Independent School District




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