Welcome to the Stony Point UIL Academic page.  Make sure to check this site for accomplishments, announcements, and important dates.

For more information, please contact 
UIL Academic Coordinator Mrs. Plumley at rebecca_plumley@roundrockisd.org 
or UIL Associate Academic Coordinator Ms. Collins-Becker 
at victoria_collins-becker@roundrockisd.org

2nd Place Sweepstakes Pflugerville Pfall Pfling!

posted Nov 7, 2016, 7:48 AM by rebecca_plumley@roundrockisd.org   [ updated Nov 7, 2016, 8:18 AM ]

Congrats Stony Point academic competitors and their coaches for the tremendous success at the Pflugerville Pfall Pfling UIL Academic Invitational on November 5.

Students came home with a lot of hardware including:

The 2nd place sweepstakes trophy
1st place team Social Studies
1st place team Journalism
2nd place team Current Events
2nd place team Mathematics
3rd place team Number Sense
3rd place team Accounting
plus 17- 1st-5th place individual winners!

See the attached chart for a full outline of the students and coaches involved!

Student Activity Conference

posted Sep 28, 2015, 6:34 AM by rebecca_plumley@roundrockisd.org   [ updated Aug 11, 2016, 10:24 AM ]

EVENT DATE: October 22, 2016- University of Texas at Austin
1. Bus departs school's west parking lot at 7:30 a.m. heading to UT. 
2. We will leave UT and head back to SPHS at 1:50 p.m.
3. Bring a sack lunch and eat breakfast before leaving for event.
4. Bring travel paperwork.

NECESSARY PAPERWORK: To be able to board the bus, you must have a copy of the school's travel release form filled out/signed by a parent. See the attached file below!

★ The Conferences begin at 9 a.m. and end by 1:30 p.m. without a lunch break. Bring a sack lunch!

★ There is no fee for attendance.

★ Instructional Sessions are designed for beginning students, advanced students and academic coordinators and coaches. Lectures and demonstrations will be scheduled for all UIL academic contests, including One-Act Play.

★ Conferences feature lectures and presentations by UIL contest directors, college professors and high school teachers. Sessions will include discussions on contest preparation, demonstrations, performances and contest administration. Students may choose from novice and advanced sessions in some academic areas, as well as small-group sessions in specific UIL activities.

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