6:00 PM Board of Trustees Meeting
SHAC END-OF-YEAR UPDATE:
The 2018-2019 SHAC (School Health Advisory Council) Report and Recommendations will be presented as an information item to the DSISD Board of Trustees at the May 20, 2019 meeting. The Board then determines what actions and next steps are needed in the future; the Board of Trustees does not vote on recommendations. Click here for a full update.
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The DSHS boys golf team placed 10th at the 5A State Golf Tournament, held over two days at Georgetown's White Wing Golf Club on May 20-21. CLICK ON HEADLINE TO READ MORE.
On May 20, it was announced that Shay Diez, physical education teacher at Sycamore Springs Elementary, is the DSISD Elementary Teacher of the Year and Lauren Milner, Health Science Technology teacher at Dripping Springs High School, is the DSISD Secondary Teacher of the Year. CLICK ON HEADLINE TO READ MORE.
At its monthly meeting May 20, the Dripping Springs ISD Board of Trustees unanimously (6-0) approved Superintendent Bruce Gearing’s recommendation of Steve Novickas as the next principal of Rooster Springs Elementary. CLICK ON HEADLINE TO READ MORE.
Both the DSHS softball and baseball teams were eliminated from the 5A playoffs - the girls in the regional semifinals and the boys in the regional quarterfinals. CLICK ON HEADLINE TO READ MORE.
Two DSHS doubles teams competed at the state tennis tournament on Thursday, May 16. By qualifying for the state tournament both doubles teams were one of the final eight doubles teams in 5A in their respective events. CLICK ON HEADLINE TO READ MORE.
On Sept. 24, 2018, the Dripping Springs ISD Board of Trustees voted to maintain the tax rate of $1.52 ($1.17 Maintenance and Operations/$0.35 Interest & Sinking).
The DSISD Board adopted a tax rate that will raise more taxes for Maintenance and Operations than last year's tax rate. The tax rate will effectively be raised by 2.137 percent and will raise taxes for Maintenance and Operations on a $100,000 home by approximately $31.80.