Animal shelter has adoption particular
The San Marcos Regional Animal Shelter, 750 River Street, is internet hosting a $21 adoptions particular by the tip of Could.
All adoptions are on a first-come, first-served foundation by in-person adoption. Kitten adoptions are significantly wanted presently. All adoptions embrace spaying/neutering, vaccinations and medicines, a microchip, vet examination and 30 days of free pet medical insurance.
Volunteers are additionally welcome. Duties embrace cleansing and feeding animals, grooming and exercising animals, clerical work, adoption counseling/interactions, particular tasks and outreach occasions.
To turn into a volunteer: sanmarcostx.gov/248/Become-a-Volunteer.
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Tuesday webinar on water use
The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service in Travis County and Kirk Walden, Travis County grasp gardener irrigation specialist, will current the Water-Sensible Methods webinar from 10 a.m. to about 11:15 a.m. Tuesday by way of Zoom.
The webinar is a part of the persevering with Drought-To-Deluge Gardening collection. Walden will present methods for designing and managing a water-efficient dwelling irrigation system. Contributors will achieve particular information and reference materials on how, when and the way a lot to water.
Courtesy Texas A&M Agrilife Extension
District names elementary principals
The Dripping Springs faculty district board of trustees has accredited Jamie Eubanks because the principal of Dripping Springs Elementary and Kirsten Bloomfield as principal of Sycamore Springs Elementary.
Eubanks has been the assistant principal at Dripping Springs Elementary for the previous 4 years, aiding in all areas of college administration, and serving as a bilingual contact for college kids and households in that program.
Bloomfield involves Dripping Springs from Douglas County, Colo., the place she has served as principal of Iron Horse Elementary for the previous 5 years.
Eubanks will start transitioning into her new function instantly as present Principal Kellie Raymond prepares to open the brand new Cypress Springs Elementary. Bloomfield is taking on the principal place from Kristen Ray, who’s the district’s new director of elementary schooling. She is predicted to start out within the district June 1.
Courtesy Dripping Springs faculty district