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    The district has received reports of salespeople from a company offering educational books who are going door-to-door in some Dripping Springs neighborhoods. At least one salesperson has displayed lists that include names of some DSISD employees. Please be aware that neither the district nor our employees are affiliated with this company or have endorsed these products.

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    The agenda has been posted for the June 24, 2018 Board Meeting.

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    Student results from the 2019 STAAR state assessments are available at texasassessment.com. Follow instructions to log in and view test results.

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    Dripping Springs ISD Administration Offices will begin summer hours on Monday June 3. Offices will be open Monday through Thursday, from 7:30- a.m.-5:30 p.m. and be closed on Fridays. The five-day week wil resume July 29. Individual campus hours vary.

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    The most recent Demographic Study report is available on dsisdtx.us/demographics. On that page click on the "March 2019" link to see the full report or view the presentation given to the DSISD Board by PASA (Population and Survey Analysts).

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    DSISD uses many communication tools and methods to connect with parents and other stakeholders. This video provides a reminder on where to find these tools and how they're used to communicate.

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    We inspire and equip students to be life-long learners and positive contributors to the world.

    We partner with students, parents, and the community to provide a personal and exceptional education for every student.

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District News

  • Special Services Director Hired

    Susan Maxey has been hired as Dripping Springs ISD's new Director of Special Services. Ms. Maxey has been the Executive Director of Special Programs at Luling ISD since 2017. CLICK ON HEADLINE TO READ MORE.

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  • DSHS In Second Place After Final UIL Lone Star Cup Update

    In the final Lone Star Cup update released by the UIL on June 14, Dripping Springs High School finished in second place in Conference 5A with 92 points. CLICK ON HEADLINE TO READ MORE.

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  • Kalsu Named All-Centex Female Athlete of the Year; Other DSHS Standouts Honored

    DSHS's Avery Kalsu has been named the Austin American-Statesman's All-Centex Female Athlete of the Year for 2018-19. Joining Kalsu at the Statesman's inaugural Best of All-Centex Preps awards banquet at the Palmer Events Center were other DSHS standout athletes who were named to all-centex teams in their respective sports. CLICK ON HEADLINE TO READ MORE.

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  • Budget Update and House Bill 3

    The passage of House Bill 3 at the end of the legislative session has budget implications for school districts. DSISD fiscal year begins July 1; budget information will be presented to the Board at meetings June 17 and 24. CLICK ON HEADLINE TO READ MORE.

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  • Corona Chosen as 5A-6A Softball Athlete of the Year

    Dripping Springs High School softball player Camille Corona has been named the 2018-19 5A-6A Softball Athlete of the Year by the Texas Girls Coaches Association. This is the first time ever that a DSHS softball player has received this honor. CLICK ON HEADLINE TO READ MORE.

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  • 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.