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  • DSISD Weather Update: District Closed Wednesday

    All DSISD classes and activities are canceled for tomorrow, Wednesday, February 1, due to inclement weather and icy road conditions. We are continuing to monitor the situation closely and district officials will make a decision about Thursday’s schedule by 4:00 p.m. tomorrow. 

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  • DSISD Weather Update: Schedule Changes

    In anticipation of the incoming freezing rain and ice, all after-school programs and meetings have been canceled for today, Monday, January 30. If your student attends after-school care through Kids Club, please make arrangements to pick up your child as soon as possible. Additionally, school has been canceled for tomorrow, Tuesday, January 31. All classes are canceled and district offices will be closed. 

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  • DSISD to Hold State of the District Presentation

    Dripping Springs ISD will hold a “State of the District” presentation for parents and community members on Thursday, Feb. 9 at 6:30 p.m. in the Dripping Springs High School auditorium.

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  • DSHS HOSA Students Advance to State Contest

    Dripping Springs High School qualified two additional Health Science students for the Texas HOSA State Leadership Conference at the Area 1 competition on Saturday, Jan. 21 at Seguin High School.

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  • DSISD Names Linda Hall as Chief Human Resources Officer

    Dripping Springs ISD Board of Trustees unanimously approved the hiring of Linda Hall as the district’s new Chief Human Resources Officer at the January 23 regular meeting. 

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  • DSISD Middle School Students Named to Region 18 Choir

    More than 20 Dripping Springs ISD middle school students were selected to the Region 18 Choir after auditioning on Saturday, Jan. 21 at Dailey Middle School in Austin. A total of 14 students representing Sycamore Springs Middle School were named to the choir and seven students from Dripping Springs Middle School were selected.

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  • Twelve DSISD Students Advance to PTA Reflections State Contest

    The creative work of 21 Dripping Springs ISD students has been recognized by the DSISD Council of PTAs in the 2022-23 National PTA Reflections contest with 12 entries advancing to the Texas PTA competition. 

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  • Board Filing Period Opens January 18

    The window to file an application to be a Dripping Springs ISD Board of Trustees candidate for the May 2023 election is Jan. 18 through Feb. 17. Two seats will be up for re-election in 2023. DSISD trustees do not represent "places," but rather are at-large representatives.

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  • DSISD Announces New Community Series Called Taxpayer Tuesdays

    DSISD invites community members into our schools to join Superintendent Dr. Holly Morris-Kuentz and Deputy Superintendent Elaine Cogburn to learn more about district operations and finances, tour campuses and learn about student programs and successes, and ask questions and share ideas as our fast-growth district paves a path towards the future.  

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  • Three Tiger Band Members Named All-State

    Three members of the Dripping Springs High School Tiger Band were selected to the Texas Music Educators Association All-State Band on Saturday, Jan. 7, at Westlake High School. 

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  • DSHS Junior Selected to All-State Choir

    Dripping Springs High School junior Colin Tuohy was named to the Texas Music Educators Association (TMEA) All-State Choir after placing first as a Tenor 1 at the TMEA Area Choir Auditions on Saturday, Jan. 7, at Reagan High School in San Antonio. 

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  • DSISD Educator Wins Inaugural Region 13 Star of the Month Award

    Cypress Springs Elementary kindergarten teacher Jamie Malchak was recognized Friday, January 6, as the inaugural winner of the Texas Education Service Center Region 13 Star of the Month. Malchak is in her second year teaching with Dripping Springs ISD.

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  • January is School Board Recognition Month

    Each January, Dripping Springs ISD and school districts across the state honor their local school boards during School Board Recognition Month. School Board service is a volunteer position with no salary. Trustees serve a critically important role that requires significant annual mandated training upon election. School board members are the largest group of elected officials in Texas, numbering more than 7,000 statewide.

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