The graduation ceremony for the Class of 2020 tonight will be streamed live on both Facebook (DSHS page) and YouTube. Links are under Announcements at http://www.dsisdtx.us. The ceremony starts at 8:30 p.m. The livestream will start at 7 p.m. with announcements and music and at 7:55 p.m. a video honoring seniors will begin.
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Dripping Springs High School, along with the Dripping Springs Education Foundation the districts Communication Office have launched the Dripping Springs High School Alumni Association, and are offering seniors in the Class of 2020 the first opportunity to become members. Members of the association would receive periodic emails about the happenings of DSHS, along with a decal. Membership is free as well. The new alumni association … Continue reading DSHS Launches Alumni Association
A total of 19 seniors passed health science certifications exams for personal trainer, pharmacy technician, and certified medical assistant. “The DSHS health science academy is pleased to congratulate these 19 seniors on passing their industry certification exams,” health science teacher Lauren Milner said. “This is a remarkable achievement and testament to their work ethic, to keep studying and working hard from home for the last nine … Continue reading 19 Seniors Health Science Certified
In place of what was supposed to be graduation day, senior teachers hosted a parade, organized by Megan Batson, to wave goodbye to seniors and watch a firework display at the end. By Cady Russell, Online and Social Media Editor Featured photo by Cady Russell Continue reading SIGHTS AND SOUNDS: Senior Send Off Parade, Fireworks
Sleep used to be trivial, insomnia was on a nightly basis. Gradually, things began to shift, peaceful nights, well-rested days. Looking back, my naiveté was laughable. We go outside, but don’t see any faces Only the eyes of others peer out of masks, Talking face to face a memory of what I used to do Siblings used to be annoying now they are a treasure … Continue reading POETRY: The Crux of Humanity
Well, here we are, the last paper of the 2020 year, and it’s a special one for sure. COVID-19 has caused the 2020 school year to suddenly end without any means of a heads-up. And while, yes, we are still attending school virtually within the safety of our own homes, it feels as if everything has been turned off, rather than paused. The sports world … Continue reading A Letter From the Sports Editor, Rigley Willis
Coronavirus? Covid? What is that, a game? Supposedly the end has come It crept up slowly but surely Unnoticeable until it was too late to stop Now we lie in wait for an end that may or may not come With no end in sight, We hope it’s soon done At first it was the airlines And then went the events Soon after schools followed … Continue reading POETRY: The New Normal
Harvard psychologist Howard Gardner’s theory of multiple intelligences is widely accepted in the field of psychology. Dr. Gardner’s research suggests that schools and standardized tests only focus on two out of the eight types of intelligence. This leads to students not being able to reach their full potential and can lead to self-esteem issues. Schools need to be making an effort to teach everyone’s learning … Continue reading Open Up Schooling to More Than Linguistic, Logical Intelligence