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Parents and students at Hoffmann Lane Elementary have always known that their campus was among the best, and now it is official. The kinder-through-fifth-grade campus took the top spot in a ranking of 339 elementary schools in the San Antonio area.
This year, the National College Board Recognition Programs have honored 55 Comal ISD seniors as top academic performers including four National Merit Semifinalists and 15 Commended Scholars.
Johnson Ranch Elementary solved more than 300 math problems and was crowned champion of this year's Pentabowl Math competition.
One Comal ISD high school has earned the College Success Award for the second year in a row. Smithson Valley High School has been recognized for successfully going above and beyond simply graduating students but also helping them enroll in college and succeed once they get there.
It has become a tradition that students, teachers and the community look forward to every year - Veterans Day. Normally, celebrations occur on every Comal ISD campus, and while this year's celebrations were altered a bit, they still brought the community together to remember those who fought for our freedom.
It was National Signing Day for four student-athletes from Canyon High and five student-athletes from Smithson Valley High. With families, teammates and coaches looking on, they took the next step in their athletic careers.
It is National School Psychology Week, and the perfect time to shine a spotlight on the 22 Licensed Specialists in School Psychology (LSSP) who serve in Comal ISD.
The Texas Art Education Association selects student artwork from across the state annually for a special exhibit. This year Comal ISD was represented in that exhibit with the artwork of eight students on display.
For the rest of the school year, you can save a lot of time and money by having your kids enjoy a free breakfast or lunch at school every day.
As students enter middle school, they begin to put their future dreams into action. The question of, "What do you want to be when you grow up?" begins to take shape. By the time they enter high school, they are provided opportunities to "try out" those dreams. Comal Compass is Comal ISD's program that gives those dreams direction and more.