500 West Lyndale
Robinson, Texas 76706
Map of Robinson ISD
Phone:  254-662-0194
Web Site:  Not provided
Enrollment:  2300 ('14-'15)

Administration Building
Campus Assisgned
Elementary Campus
Food Service
High School
High School and Junior High School
High School/JH/Intermediate Campuses
Intermediate Campus
Junior High School
Junior High School Library
Junior High School Professional Development Center
Maintenance Department
Primary Campus
Primary, Elementary or Intermediate
Special Needs Building

Administrative Offices
Robinson ISD

Kindergarten Centers
Robinson Primary School

Elementary Schools
Robinson Elementary School

Intermediate Schools
Robinson Intermediate School

Middle Schools
Robinson Junior High School

High Schools
Robinson High School

Welcome to Robinson ISD!
Robinson ISD is a 4A district made up of five campuses: Robinson Primary (PK-1st grades); Robinson Elementary (2nd & 3rd grades); Robinson Intermediate (4th & 5th grades); Robinson Junior High School (6th-8th grades) and Robinson High School (9th-12 grades).

We are located about ten miles south of Waco, Texas. Some of the local attractions include the largest municipal park in the state of Texas at the Cameron Park Zoo, three colleges campuses in Baylor University. McLennan Community College (MCC) and Texas State Technical College (TSTC) as well as the home of Dr. Pepper and Big Red. The area has many sporting events to attend including Big XII sporting events at Baylor.

Depending on where you live in the area, the local commute should be no more than 20 minutes as traffic is very minimal.

Major employers in the area include: Baylor Scott & White Medical Center, Providence Health Center, Baylor University, the City of Waco, L-3 Integrated Systems, Mars/M&M, and H.E.B. Food Stores.

If you would like to know more information about our district, please visit us at You can also discover more about the local area by visiting the Greater Waco Chamber of Commerce at

Mission Statement, Vision Statement, Motto, and Expectations:
Policy AE
In partnership with parents and the community, Robinson ISD will prepare students for a
fulfilling and productive life by empowering them to perform with academic excellence and
personal responsibility and to exhibit characteristics of compassion and integrity needed to
contribute to society and succeed in all endeavors.

Robinson ISD will develop leaders and productive citizens by cultivating a passion for learning
and a desire for excellence.

Every Student Every Day:

• Put students first – what is best for us is not always best for students
• Respect is earned and not demanded
• Working hard is our minimum standard
• Communicate often with students, parents, and other staff
• Support every one and every program to meet our students needs
• Practice patience and compassion
• Live and work every day with passion and integrity
• Find joy in your work and students
• Eliminate behaviors that bring down and emphasize behaviors that build up

Teacher Salary & Benefits
Level Starting Maximum
Salary schedule not provided
Employer    Employee
Medical Not specified
Dental Not specified

Additional Benefits Information
Additional Benefits include:
Exceptional teaching environment, supportive community and school volunteers;
Five local sick leave days per year that may accumulate to 30 (in addition to state leave);
Sick Leaving Pool;
$1,000 stipend for Math and Science (grades 9-12);
$275 per month for employee health insurance;
$1,000 stipend for Master's Doctoral degrees (if degree is not required for current position and is in related field);
$30,000 annual term life insurance policy;
Active Robinson Education Foundation that has awarded teachers over $30,000 in innovative teaching grants