Under the sea at prom

Prom: a very well-known and iconic part of the high school experience.The fancy outfits, nice dinners, the photos, it all comes in a package. Last year, COVID-19 took that experience away for the class of 2020 and 2021. However, for this year's seniors, they finally got their prom. HR had its first prom in two... Continue Reading →

HR’s newest cosmetology course addition

In the upcoming fall of 2021, the cosmetology course will become accessible to students across the district, bringing another change to the DCSD community. The course consists of a 2 year commitment that focuses on hair, esthetician and nail technician skills, engaging students in 1500 hours of preparation for future real world experiences. The inspiration... Continue Reading →

There’s more than just college

While many seniors who graduate high school go straight off to college, there are some who pursue other ventures instead. Whether it is taking a gap year, joining the military, going straight into the workforce, or attending trade school, there are lots of alternative options that can provide good opportunities for people looking to do... Continue Reading →

Women’s strong renaissance in music

Women’s History Month is now over, but the legacy and impact women have had on art, media, and politics will last forever. Last decade was a time for women to have a  substantial impact on me, the music industry, and the world. Aretha Franklin, Madonna, Kate Bush, and others have influenced a generation of popular... Continue Reading →

TSA students place in the top five at state

Whether it’s learning to design a robot, develop software, or participate in cyber security, the Technology Student Association (TSA) offers many opportunities that will expand knowledge and skills regarding technology and engineering. Prior to spring break, several students came away having placed in the top five at the TSA state competition. David Canaday and Tyler... Continue Reading →

The first mental health week

2020 was a year filled with surprises, and one pandemic later almost no one can say they have come out unfazed. HR is no different, as the student body, staff, and administration have watched six Ranch students be taken from us in a variety of unthinkable ways. From suicides to illnesses, these deaths have left... Continue Reading →

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