DSHS STANDS SECOND IN LONE STAR CUP STANDINGS
In Lone Star Cup standings updated May 11 to include boys' and girls' soccer and One-Act Play, Dripping Springs High School is second in Conference 5A with 64 points. Prosper HS is first (68) and there is a three-way tie for third between Aledo HS, Highland Park HS, and Humble Kingwood HS, all with 63 points.
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Dripping Springs ISD announced the 2018 Teachers of the Year at the May 21 Board of Trustees meeting. The DSISD Elementary Teacher of the Year is Brandis Smoland from Sycamore Springs Elementary and the DSISD Secondary Teacher of the Year is Sara Freeman from Dripping Springs High School. CLICK ON HEADLINE TO READ MORE.
The Dripping Spring Education Foundation "Prize Patrol" surprised teachers around the campus to present Innovative Teaching Grants for 2017-18. Nearly $106,000 funding 26 separate grants was awarded May 18 and 21, 2018. CLICK ON HEADLINE TO READ MORE.
THe DSHS "Spring Konstant" robotics team competed in the UIL State Robotics Championships FIRST Division May 19 and made it to the quarterfinals, capping off a successful season that included qualification for the World Championship event. CLICK ON HEADLINE TO READ MORE.
Dripping Springs ISD’s newest schools – Sycamore Springs Elementary and Sycamore Springs Middle School – will celebrate the completion of their inaugural year by dedicating time capsules on Tuesday, May 29, 2018. CLICK ON HEADLINE TO READ MORE.