Tell Me Something Good: Spring Break Special

Do you want to stay safe but still enjoy your spring break? Here are some fun things to do in Austin that are covid friendly and fun! Visit the Greenbelt  Get your hike on at the Barton Creek Greenbelt! The park includes 12 miles of beautiful trail to hike or run on, creek beds, and waterfalls.  The City of Austin opened the trial system again … Continue reading Tell Me Something Good: Spring Break Special

More Than Running: Maddie Livingston Spotlight

Senior runner Maddie Livingston takes her spikes to the track one more time before bringing her talents to Texas A&M. After finishing 14th at state in the fall with cross country, she looks to further dominate in the mile and 2 mile on the track. “I love how an action so simple can be so captivating,” Livingston said. “Competing is one of my favorite things, … Continue reading More Than Running: Maddie Livingston Spotlight

One Act Play Wins First in Zone Competition

Theatre’s One Act Play held their first UIL competition on Tuesday, March 2, placing first with their production of “Woyzeck”. Additional individual awards included the following: Best Actress– Alyssa Nimocks Best Actor– Benjamin Muscanere All Star Cast– Colton Carroll, Rory Schaeffer-Preston Honorable Mention All Star Cast– Claire Tole Best Technician– Madeline Wade Continue reading One Act Play Wins First in Zone Competition

Hi-Steppers Named Grand Champion at Vista Ridge Competition

The Hi-Steppers dance team were named Grand Champion out of the four high school teams in attendance at Vista Ridge’s dance competition on Saturday, Feb. 27 and received the highest score of the entire contest for their Team Jazz with a score of 294 out of 300. The Hi-Steppers also placed first for all three dances and the junior varsity Dazzlers placed first for their … Continue reading Hi-Steppers Named Grand Champion at Vista Ridge Competition

Sweeping the Season: Track Seniors Prepare for Year, Looking to Make the Best of Every Moment

Track season is underway, from practices, to conditioning, to meets, but getting to have a season has become something treasured. For two seniors, it’s even more important. “So normally it usually starts off with a home meet and then Tiger Relays and then that’s when we usually venture out like going either Round Rock, in the New Braunfels, but the biggest part of it is … Continue reading Sweeping the Season: Track Seniors Prepare for Year, Looking to Make the Best of Every Moment

Sheer Ignorance: The Dangers of Lax Safety Rules, A Proposal to Fix Them

In the times of the COVID-19 Pandemic, schools need to ensure the safety of both students and the community. While, for the most part, this has been successful, there is one detail that needs to be addressed: sheer ignorance by the masses. First, I will state my concerns and their implications. Then, I will give my proposal to (hopefully) solve this situation at DSHS. Now, … Continue reading Sheer Ignorance: The Dangers of Lax Safety Rules, A Proposal to Fix Them