Bad Thyme(ing): Garden Club Overcomes Delay of Project

Due to the recent pandemic called the coronavirus, many school projects and clubs have had to make adjustments or cancel their meetings/projects. Before the break, Garden Club had started a project with nursery plants and flowers in the courtyard, but it had to come to a stop because of COVID-19. “We had made spring break preparations to take home all our nursery plants, so we … Continue reading Bad Thyme(ing): Garden Club Overcomes Delay of Project

Dear Seniors, We Love You: Students Make Class of 2020 Highlight Video

The end of the year is uncertain as developments with the COVID-19 evolve daily. The senior class at DSHS has been left wondering how their final weeks as seniors will play out as they miss those key moments like prom. So in the wake of this uncertainty, several juniors have come together to create a video that highlights the year seniors have had, the Dear … Continue reading Dear Seniors, We Love You: Students Make Class of 2020 Highlight Video

How to Pick Up Your Cap and Gown

Due to COVID-19, cap and gown pickups will be facilitated by a carpool system outside of Dripping Springs High School. Pickup will take place on Wednesday, April 29 from 10am-2pm. Students with the last name A-H: Pickup will be in in the B parking lot. Enter and exit the campus using Mighty Tiger Lane. Students with the last name I-P: Pickup will be in the … Continue reading How to Pick Up Your Cap and Gown

HOSA Student Takes Third in Texas

Junior Natalie Chavez placed third in Texas in Prepared Speaking, which was determined by her area scores. Chavez will now advance to the virtual International Competition in June. Chavez is a HOSA officer, along with being a committed band student. This will be the second year in a row that a HOSA student has advanced this far. Also, senior and HOSA President Chloe Aguilar has … Continue reading HOSA Student Takes Third in Texas

The Paw Print Wins Best in Show for Newspaper Broadsheet

The Paw Print won Best in Show for Newspaper Broadsheet from the National Scholastic Press Association’s Spring Convention. This means The Paw Print was chosen 1st nationally of all newspaper submissions this spring. The NSPA is highly competitive with newspapers, yearbooks, broadcasts, websites, and literary magazines from across the United States submitting into the competition. This is the first time The Paw Print has won … Continue reading The Paw Print Wins Best in Show for Newspaper Broadsheet

Students Named in Winter All-Central Texas Teams

Every year the Austin American-Statesman published the best of the best athletes for each sporting season. These athletes are from all over the Central Texas area and are from all school sizes. For the winter season installment, basketball, soccer, swimming, and wrestling were featured. Girls Soccer: Senior Emma Jones graced the front page as the Girls Soccer Player of the Year. Jones, a four-year varsity … Continue reading Students Named in Winter All-Central Texas Teams

Privacy Removed: Boys Bathroom Stalls Replaced With Air

*originally appearing in satirical April 1 edition Due to recent vandalization of the boys bathrooms, the school has decided to remove the stalls and place motion sensors in the bathrooms to analyze reckless behavior. The removal of stalls and enforcement of motion sensors is supposed to decrease bad behavior in the boys bathrooms. “I’m not too sure how I feel about it personally,” sophomore The … Continue reading Privacy Removed: Boys Bathroom Stalls Replaced With Air

We Have It When We Had It: Parking Banned Starting April 1

*originally appearing in satirical April 1 edition Parking has been a problem all year. The administration has been desperately looking for answers, as over half of D lot has been lost due to construction. After the opening of the band lot, and then, to the frustration of many students, the parallel parking was removed, parking has become a nightmare. Cornerstone students find themselves sprinting to … Continue reading We Have It When We Had It: Parking Banned Starting April 1