The Shield Online


August 8, 2020

In an April 26, 2019, print feature story about the March 15, 2019, climate change rally, which was also posted on our website on April 7, 2019, we published a photograph and a caption of then high school junior Sasha Ashton,...

Winter holidays not ‘Christmas break’

February 18, 2020

CORRECTION: Due to an editing error, the page 25 story, "Banners installed, removed, replaced" in the Feb. 13, 2020, issue, refers to the winter holiday as "Christmas break." We should have used the term "winter holiday" to avoid...

Senior Calvin Burghart: Coding is key to everything

February 18, 2020

CORRECTION: Due to an adviser editing error, a headline on page 20 of the Feb. 13, 2020, print edition misidentifies Calvin Burghart's grade. He is a senior. The Shield regrets the error.

Report of Drip’s demise exaggerated

November 2, 2018

CORRECTION: An earlier version of the web story, "One Step Closer," reported incorrectly that the Seguin game was at Dripping Springs and that the game was a blowout. The score was, 42-39, and the game was played in Seguin. The...

Spelling Cowles among our goals

October 21, 2018

In our page 23 sports profile of two-sport athlete Nick Compton (Oct. 5), we misspelled a last name. Cole Davis predicted that Compton's favorite teacher was math teacher and PALS sponsor Richard Cowles.

AV Club meeting days corrected

October 21, 2018

In our page 18 feature story, "Go clubbing without leaving campus" (Oct. 5), we had the wrong afterschool meeting days for the AV Club. The club meets after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays not Mondays and Fridays.

Issue 3 (Feb. 9, 2018) corrections

March 4, 2018

A caption on page 13 ("'Something's coming'") misidentifies the grade level of Conrad Finos. He is a sophomore. The story, "League of Nations," on page 22, misidentifies the grade level of Antony de Bataille II. He is a junior.

Issue 6 Corrections

April 29, 2013

In the article "Taking the director's chair” in the April 26  issue, we mistakenly reported about junior Jasmine Bell's play "12 Angry Jurors," which was about jurors, not Jews. We regret this mistake.

Issue 4 Corrections

February 12, 2013

In the article "Man of the Knight" in the Feb. 8 issue, we mistakenly reported the proceeds of Mr. McCallum will go towards Grad Night. The proceeds will actually go towards senior prom and senior scholarships.  We regret this mistake....

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