FOLLOW-UP ON LOCKOUT AT SYCAMORE SPRINGS:
The Sycamore Springs campus was put briefly on a lockout (which means exterior doors are locked) in the late afternoon on Sept. 19 as a precautionary measure due to police activity in the area of 290/Sawyer Ranch Rd. This occurred after the elementary school day had ended but while middle school students were still in class; after-school care at SSE and RSE also were affected. Hays County Sheriff's Office gave the all clear after approximately 20 minutes.
KIDS' COLLEGE AFTER-SCHOOL ENRICHMENT CLASSES:
Kids College after-school enrichment classes for Fall 2019 will begin Sept. 23 for all elementary schools. Classes offered include Young Rembrandts, Mad Science, CookLearnGrow, Camp Einstein, Tippi Toes Dance, PE Fun, TGA Tennis, ATX Basketball, Yoga, Golf in Schools, Ukulele, Spanish, and much more. For information on class availability by campus or to register, please visit the website, or contact the Community Services Department at 512-858-3021. Classes that do not meet the minimum enrollment will close on Wednesday, Sept. 18. All other classes will remain open until filled.
Single-game varsity football general admission tickets are pre-sold at all DSISD campus offices Monday through Thursday during the season at a discounted price of $7 for adults and $4 for students. General admission ticket prices at the gate on game day is $8 for adults and $5 for students.
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The planning process for Dripping Springs ISD’s fifth elementary school, to be built on district-owned property southeast of the Darden Hill Road/Sawyer Ranch Road intersection, is continuing following the gathering of stakeholder input. CLICK ON HEADLINE TO READ MORE.
Four Dripping Springs High School seniors have been selected as National Merit semifinalists in the 65th annual National Merit Scholarship Program: Johnny Dollard, Cameron Duran, Christopher Gearing, and Jessica Heintz. CLICK ON HEADLINE TO READ MORE.
The Dripping Springs Education Foundation will host the Tenth Annual Schoolhouse Scramble to raise money in support of DSISD teachers and students. The event will be held on October 24 at Falconhead Golf Club, located in Bee Cave. CLICK ON HEADLINE TO READ MORE.
Dripping Springs High School's 2018-2019 Tiger Cry yearbook was recently awarded a Gold Medal by the Columbia Scholastic Press Association (CSPA) and received All-Columbia honors in all three scored areas of the yearbook. CLICK ON HEADLINE TO READ MORE.