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 two and a half years. Today Solis enjoys and is proud of her communications position at the North Texas Food Bank in Dallas, she handles media and social media areas. The North Texas Food Bank is the 10th largest food bank in the nation and provides millions of meals for the hungry North Texans.
Student Council Staying Positive and Safe
School Spirit and safety can come hand and hand. DSHS Student Council (STCO) works together to come up with safe ways to keep the school spirit going. The members of STCO are communicating remotely and making sure to take advantage of technology to stay safe and continue to plan activities that students can participate in online and in person. Online pep-rallies are an excellent way to involve both online and in person students. STCO creates pep-rally streams that are played during tiger time on football home game Fridays, these streams include dance, cheer, and student speakers. Student body president, Rachel Reeves is the MC. This year STCO’s main goal is to create events that people can be involved in and show up in person and online while following safety procedures.
Varsity Girls’ Cross Country Wins Regionals
On Monday Nov. 9 the varsity girls XC team competed at the UIL 5A region 4 championship race in Corpus Christi. The girls won with an outstanding 44 points, the runners up, Boerne Champion, at 60 points. 3 Dripping Springs runners claimed a top 10 place, Maddie Livingston in third place, Karsten Bobb in fifth place, and Kate Ginter in eighth place.
By Tia Davison, Entertainment Editor
Featured photo by Savannah Karas