1. Small Classes - Average of 10 Students Per Class
2. College Dual Credit Classes through Cisco College, Texas State Technical College, and Vernon College
3. Transportation provided from Sagerton, Haskell, Rochester, and Old Glory
4. Full Day Prekindergarten
5. RISD pays 100% of Dual Credit tuition upon passing the class.
6. Breakfast provided for all students at no cost.
7. Small Town, Family Atmosphere
Rule ISD is excited about the school calendar for 2019-2020!! With an extended school day of an additional 25 minutes, we are able to allow our students, families, and staff to have more breaks during the school year, including more four day weeks. Highlights include: Four-Day Labor Day Weekend for Students and Families A minimum of Two Student Four-Day Weeks a Month Six Days off for Thanksgiving Twelve . . .
Chase Thompson has been selected to play in the FCA All Star Basketball Game at Brownwood Texas on June 8, 2019. Congratulations Chase, we are proud of you.
Rule Elementary and Junior High students had two very successful days last Wednesday and Thursday at the District 14-A UIL Academic Meet in Rotan. Out of seven schools, Rule Elementary was the overall Second Place school and won the Runner-Up Elementary Champion plaque with 581.2 points. Rule Junior High earned third place in the Junior High division with 368.5 points. Both campuses outscored two considerably larger . . .
2018 Rule ISD Football All District Honors . Congratulations to all of our Rule ISD Bobcat Football Players. Thank you for laying the foundation #brickbybrick for the future Bobcats.
The Bobcat Drama Club presented their fall show, “Hasta Va Vista, Dracula!", on the afternoon of Sunday, October 28th. A special thanks to everyone who attended and those that either baked or bought the wonderful desserts for our fundraiser cake auction!! This will help the Drama Club continue to acquire supplies for their One Act Play contest in the spring. Also, the Drama Club wants to thank everyone who has . . .
The Rule Elementary's Third, Fourth, and Fifth Grades attended the Abilene Philharmonic Orchestra's concert on Friday, October 26th. The musicians introduced the students to the individual instruments and listened to them perform. David Itkin, the conductor, explained to the students about different parts of the songs and how together they tell a story. Afterward, they had a picnic lunch at Sears Park. Thank you to Ms. Haney, Mrs. . . .
Transfer Students: Besides serving our students who reside in the boundaries of Rule ISD, we are welcoming to out-of-district students and families who are looking for a caring, small school atmosphere that offers big opportunities. We strive to develop students who demonstrate strong work ethics, attend school on a regular basis, and are able to develop . . . read more