School spirit was on full display during the August Garden Ridge Market Days' Back-to-School Community Festival and Supply Drive with more than $2,000 in donations and school supplies going to Comal ISD area campuses.
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Once more, Comal ISD's visual arts program has earned the District of Distinction Award, placing it among the top 4 percent of districts in the state recognized for their commitment to integrating visual arts into the curriculum and inspiring creativity both in the classroom, the community and beyond.
All schools and departments will be closed today, Thursday, Oct. 14. Please know that we are making this call out of abundance of caution and for the safety of not only our buses, but for the safety of our student drivers and parents who transport their kids to school.
A Comal ISD educator has earned one of the district's only National Board Certified Teacher Certification. Considered the gold standard in teacher certification, it is the most respected professional certification available in K-12 education.
Every year, teachers and staff members look forward to kicking off the school year with convocation, and while the music and food are great, the student performance is what brings them to their feet. This year's performance was no exception.
Comal ISD has set dates for this year's PSAT/NMSQT and PSAT 8/9 Tests for 2021.
The Comal ISD Board of Trustees called for two elections to be held Nov. 2. These two separate elections will address the district's enrollment growth and teacher compensation.
Before leaving for her next adventure at Cornell University, a recent Canyon High graduate encourages students to find their passions by exploring all that Comal ISD has to offer from athletics and fine arts to student clubs and organizations.
Last year, Comal ISD students earned as many as 438 industry-based certifications (IBC), giving them the opportunity to step into real-world jobs right out of high school. That’s more than double the number of certifications earned during the previous school year.
The district's seven middle school campuses competed against each other in 11 academic UIL contests this past spring. When the dust settled, Smithson Valley, Danville and Church Hill came out on top.