A Loud Interruption: Debate Starts Successfully Despite Difficulties

The COVID pandemic has affected schools worldwide, obviously including this school. Many activities, clubs, classes, and other things have had to adapt to the changing situation, with many unsure of their next course of action for the school year. Debate is one such class. However, the fact that it’s very different from other classes in many ways has made it especially difficult for the debate … Continue reading A Loud Interruption: Debate Starts Successfully Despite Difficulties

Final Phase of J-Wing Expansion Comes to a Close

In May of 2018, Dripping Springs ISD voters approved a 132 million bond referendum for an expansion at the high school to accommodate a capacity of 2,500 students, along with various other improvements for the seven schools within DSISD. Now, in Sept. of 2020, the new expansion has finally entered its home stretch. As school begins for the new semester the students will now be … Continue reading Final Phase of J-Wing Expansion Comes to a Close

The Reality of Returning to School

With students coming back into the school, the teachers and staff members had to prepare for the risks and challenges ahead. The school has implemented multiple policies in an effort to keep students safe during the next few months. “The most important rules are to make sure that you’re wearing your mask at all times and trying to maintain social distancing between class periods,” Jessica … Continue reading The Reality of Returning to School

The Paw Print – October 1 Issue

Pick up the October issue of the Paw Print student newspaper on stands outside the attendance office, by the library, and outside J229. The newspaper is also inserted into the Dripping Century News locally. You can also receive the newspaper in the mail through a subscription of $25 a year, which includes all seven issues. Purchase a subscription at the DSISD website in the web … Continue reading The Paw Print – October 1 Issue

SIGHTS AND SOUNDS: Varsity Football White Out, Senior Night

On Friday, September 25, the very first football game happened at DSHS. The game against Kerrville Tivy was won by the Tigers 14-0 and was also senior night. Senior night usually falls on the last home game of the season, but due to COVID-19, it has been moved to the first home game incase the season is canceled. The game was also white out, sticking … Continue reading SIGHTS AND SOUNDS: Varsity Football White Out, Senior Night

Picture Day Information

School Portraits – PhotoTexas Photography will come to campus multiple times to take student portraits at no cost. ***Please see their COVID-19 protocols here*** Students might stand for portraits unless seating is physically necessary. It is up to the student to make sure and take his/her picture either on one of these days or make an appointment at the PhotoTexas studio. If the student does … Continue reading Picture Day Information