Eagles Football Ends Outstanding Season

The Brock Eagles football team completed another outstanding football season by advancing to the Regional Finals before losing to the Wall Hawks.  In three UIL seasons of football, the Eagles have advanced to at least the Regional Final Round in all three seasons, an amazing accomplishment by any standard.  During that time, the team amassed an incredible 29 game winning streak during the 2015 and 2016 seasons.  We are proud of our players, coaches and fans for another special year of Brock football and look forward to another exciting season in 2017.  Congratulations to Coach Worrell and his staff and all the players for a job well done! 


Brock ISD Bond Election Results

The Brock ISD bond election for a new primary school, upgrades to the current elementary and junior high campuses, and additional parking at the high school, was passed on Tuesday by voters of the Brock ISD community. The new campus will allow Brock ISD to accommodate current growth in student enrollment and to provide an outstanding and safe learning environment for our youngest learners. The upgrades to the elementary and junior high campuses will also allow our district to provide improved learning opportunities for our older students as well. Thank you to everyone who supported our students by voting in favor of the bond! Plans for the new campus will begin immediately with an expected opening by the start of the 2018-2019 school year.

 Brock ISD School Board Election

Congratulations to the four Board of Trustees who were re-elected to the Brock ISD School Board. Dr. Marty Ivey, Cody Lane, Travis Faulkner and Brent Gough were all re-elected to serve additional 4 year terms. Place 4 was filled by John Brunner who was elected to serve the remaining 2 year term of former board member Bill Cooper, who stepped down August of this year. Dr. Ivey serves as President of the Board, while Mr. Lane serves as Secretary. Board of Trustees, Dr. Shanna Boleman (Vice-President) and John McGuire, both have 2 years remaining in their current 4 year terms. Under the current Brock ISD School Board, the district has experienced outstanding success, including back-to-back UIL Class 3A Lone Star Cup Championships, which recognizes excellence annually in UIL Academics and Athletics. Congratulations again to our re-elected Board Members! 


Lone Star Cup Champions

Brock ISD Offers Parents Access to Canvas

The Brock ISD will be offering all parents access to the district's learning management system, Canvas.  Canvas will act as a hub for each teacher and student in the district.  With a parent account you will be able to view any materials that are published by your student's teacher as well as your student's online calendar and activities.

Canvas Parent Account Information

Brock ISD 2015-2016 3A Lone Star Cup Champions

The Brock ISD won it's second consecutive Lone Star Cup for Athletic and Academic excellence for the 2015-2016 school year.  Outstanding seasons for Brock Football, winning its first football state title; Boys Golf winning state for the second consecutive year; and Tennis winning the state individual points, helped put Brock ISD in the lead statewide.  Also contributing were strong performances in Girls Basketball, state runner-up; Girls Softball, state semi-finalist; and regional finalist in Boys Baseball.  These efforts catapulted Brock to its fourth Lone Star Cup title.  The Brock ISD wishes to congratulate the students, coaches, teachers, parents, and community for their support of the district.  Championships are a group effort.

Brock Athletic Apps

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Mission Statement

It is the purpose and mission of Brock ISD to provide all students with an educational program that will allow them to develop to their full potential intellectually, physically, and socially in order to be responsible citizens and contributing members of society.  Inherent within this purpose and mission are the beliefs that all students can learn and that the school, the home and the community can make a difference in the lives of its students.