Every month, the Comal ISD Board of Trustees recognizes students for outstanding achievements at its monthly meeting, and for April students who qualified for state and national competitions were honored.
News & Announcements
At the end of a busy school day, students are ready to relax, have fun and just be themselves. Thanks to afterschool professionals, they get to do just that in a safe, nurturing environment.
Comal ISD Council of PTAs hosted its fifth annual Founders Day celebration by recognizing volunteers, administrators, community partners and more.
For the first time in school history, the Canyon Lake High School one act play has advanced to the UIL State competition. The 24-student member cast and crew have received praise for their teamwork as well as their acting and technical skills.
Twenty-seven Student Athletes Sign Letters of Intent with Five at Davenport High Making School History
Five student athletes at Davenport High School made school history at the school's first signing day. They were among 27 athletes from across the district who signed National Letters of Intent to play the sport of their choice at the next level.
Comal ISD's music program is striking all the right notes according to a national organization which has once more designated it as one of the best in the nation.
Kindergarten Enrollment begins Monday, April 18, for Comal ISD. Children who are 5 years old on or before Sept. 1, 2022, may enroll in kindergarten at a Comal ISD elementary school through the district's Skyward Parent Portal.
An eighth grade student from Mountain Valley Middle School was surprised when she found out that her design was chosen as this year's official logo for the 12th Annual Student Showcase. Her art classmates cheered as she was presented with balloons and her framed design.
School-aged children are welcome to register today for Comal ISD's year round child care program for the 2022-23 school year. Conveniently located at each of the district's 18 elementary campuses, SACC operates each day school is in session during the school year and offers a full-day summer program at seven rotating sites.
It's a pretty exciting day when a local news station stops by a first-grade classroom to surprise an educator, and the students at Specht Elementary were more than happy to join in on the celebration for their beloved teacher.