All in on Among Us: New Game Allows for Socially Distant Bonding

Tiny characters’ footsteps echo throughout the ship. Crewmates finish tasks and try to stay alive. One imposter lies among them. The imposter has lies, schemes, and murder in their hands. Will they find the imposter before it’s too late? Among Us has become very popular for teens. The app has been talked about by the students causing downloads to rise within September of 2020. Among … Continue reading All in on Among Us: New Game Allows for Socially Distant Bonding

More Than a Mask: Mandates Help Student Self Consciousness

The everyday student and person is obligated to wear a mask at the risk of themselves and the people around them, but people’s immunity is not the only thing being handled, faces are no longer able to be exposed to one another, creating a blanket of comfort to those who do not wish to face social cues in either the classroom or outside world. “Something … Continue reading More Than a Mask: Mandates Help Student Self Consciousness

Tell Me Something Good: December Edition

Paw Print Alumni: Liana Solis Liana Solis wrote for the Paw Print and graduated from DSHS in 2012. Solis’s experience in the journalism field that she gained at DSHS helped get her a head start and grow her resume. She went on to get her Communications degree from Texas Tech. While there she was a featured writer and editor for the El Toreador newspaper for … Continue reading Tell Me Something Good: December Edition

Easier Management: District Reveals New Transportation System

For the past few months, the school district in its entirety has begun to work on a new system for transportation, called “SMART Tags.” Essentially, SMART Tags are a new add-on to student IDs, enabling the school to know where a student is during transportation periods. This ensures that students get where they need to go. “We became aware of this product about five years … Continue reading Easier Management: District Reveals New Transportation System

Hi-Steppers Overcome COVID

The Dripping Springs High School High-Steppers team has been facing some challenging times while adjusting to the new normal of COVID. The group has been meeting through zoom throughout August. They even held tryouts through video submissions. “It was virtual (the tryouts), so they had to dance on video; for instance, we had to completely clear one of our living rooms, take all the furniture … Continue reading Hi-Steppers Overcome COVID

4 Teams Qualify for Area in Ag LDE

The following students placed at the virtual River District qualifying Ag competition for the fall leadership development events: Ag Advocacy – 5th place: Emma Henson, Ginny Falls, Kaylie Tipton Ag Issues – 3rd place: Peyton Allgyer, Hannah Ikels, Ali Gartner, Megan Joost Greenhand Skills – 4th place: Camdyn Crow, Farrah Herrington, Caleb Flores Senior Skills – 5th place: Angelina La Barre, Maddie Stevens, Allee Kirkey … Continue reading 4 Teams Qualify for Area in Ag LDE