Tiger Daily News 10-25

If you are interested in joining the fishing club, contact (512)350-0829 or on twitter @DSHSFishing. They will be going to professional fishing tournaments and other exciting events! Sign up today. Need community service hours? Help DSHS collect new or gently used children’s books for the Community Fair Book Drive. Children’s board books for the youngest readers are the biggest need but any children’s book ranging … Continue reading Tiger Daily News 10-25

Theater brings Shakespeare’s “Much Ado About Nothing” to its own Globe theater, welcomes “The Addams Family” in Jan.

There’s something special and magical about being able to go on stage and do something so profound and heartfelt that you are able to convey thoughts and emotions to an entire audience of people. Acting is no easy feat, and DSHS is proud to host such an committed and talented theatre department. Year after year they produce and choreograph plays and musicals to entertain the … Continue reading Theater brings Shakespeare’s “Much Ado About Nothing” to its own Globe theater, welcomes “The Addams Family” in Jan.

Students Take 1st Place in FFA’s Leadership Development Events

On Monday, Oct. 23, FFA competed at the Bumblebee Invitational Leadership Development Events (LDE) competitions in Little River Academy south of Temple, TX.  Below are the results for our FFA students. For Senior Capter Conducting, “Teams conduct a mock chapter meeting to demonstrate knowledge of basic parliamentary law and the use of correct parliamentary procedures. At the conclusion of the meeting, team members are asked … Continue reading Students Take 1st Place in FFA’s Leadership Development Events

Varsity football’s Greenman nominated for Campbell Player of the Week award

Varsity football’s senior quarterback Trevor Greenman is up for the Dave Campbell’s Texas High School Football Player of the Week ward for his performance against Boerne Champion Friday evening where he passed for 349 yard, rushed for 111 yards, and combined for 7 touchdowns in the team’s 60-21 victory. Click here to vote.    Continue reading Varsity football’s Greenman nominated for Campbell Player of the Week award

No Hair, We Can Fix That

Photo Provided by Stephanie Caillabet Local wig maker gives women new confidence with handmade wigs Brushing away the few fly away pieces of sandy blonde hair from a crying woman’s face and making some last minute perfections, Stephanie Caillabet has just given a woman suffering from Alopecia a new profound confidence. Wigmaker Stephanie Caillabet owns a business called “Art of Wigs”. In a small chic studio … Continue reading No Hair, We Can Fix That

Hurricane Harvey’s Helping Hands

Photo by Tracy Staats On the morning of August 2, the DSHS front lobby turned victim to flooding. More precisely, a flood of donated supplies for the school’s Hurricane Harvey relief effort. Piles of toiletries, trash bags, diapers, and non-perishables overflowed to reach the doors, almost blocking students’ paths while simultaneously showcasing the amount of support Dripping Springs gave to those in need. “I thought … Continue reading Hurricane Harvey’s Helping Hands

Tiger Tennis Beats Richmond Foster in Area Round, Ready for Playoff Success

Photo by Tyler Cave Team Tennis is back into a familiar motion as the Tigers beat Richmond Foster today 10-1 in the area round of playoffs after recently defeating McCallum 10-1 in the bi-district round, now with a 12-3 overall record and 5-1 finish in district. The Dripping Springs Tennis team had an amazing run last year as they made it all the way to the … Continue reading Tiger Tennis Beats Richmond Foster in Area Round, Ready for Playoff Success