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This year's Comal ISD KENS 5 All Star Student is the embodiment of resilience. He continues to overcome personal loss with a positive attitude, a strong work ethic and by being involved in school activities.
Comal ISD is considered a role model when it comes to training teachers in the Science of Teaching Reading, and the Texas Commissioner of Education Mike Morath wanted to see a few of these teachers in action.
Set up a SchooLinks Guardian account to review your student’s 4-year course plan, including a plan for the 2022-23 School Year. Take the opportunity to discuss selections with your student. Approve their plan!
During its regular board meeting, the Comal ISD Board of Trustees recognized students who competed at the state level in sport and leader development organizations.
Nine Comal ISD seniors were named National Merit Commended Students, and 83 were identified in the College Board National Recognition Program this year.
Are you ready for a new you in the new year? Start with an exciting opportunity helping local students. Stop by the district’s next job fair on Monday, Jan. 10, from 5-7:00 p.m.
The magic of the holiday season will be on display Thursday, Dec. 9, during the Second Annual Let Your Little Christmas Light Shine 'FUNdraising' event in memory of a Clear Spring Elementary student whose light continues to shine.
The talents of Comal ISD students will be on full display this month. From theatre productions and orchestra concerts to choir performances and art showcases, events around the district give audiences a reason to celebrate.
The Comal Independent School District is now accepting nominations for the names of two new elementary schools and a new middle school approved by voters in November as part of the district's 2021 Bond Program.
Comal ISD will be well represented at the State UIL Championship - BEST Robotics Division Dec. 2-4, with four high school and one middle school robotics teams competing against the best in the state.