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.
Click the link here for the YouTube stream.
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Read the digital version of The Paw Print at Issuu.com or on your Issuu app. Continue reading The Paw Print – May 1 Issue
*originally appearing in satirical April 1 edition Everyone fell silent as he walked in. Eyes grew wide, hearts skipped a beat, eyebrows raised all around the high school when he entered from the main office. Everyone was shocked and delighted to see our newest student grace the hallways: Flat Stanley, with the sun resting beautifully upon his two-dimensional locks of hair. In March, the high … Continue reading Flat Stanley Enrolled in DSHS