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Welcome to Rahe Bulverde Elementary

Greetings Rahe Bulverde Families!
 
A warm welcome back to all of you.  We hope you enjoyed your summer, finding time to relax, perhaps travel, and enjoy time with family and friends.  
So here we are, beginning another new school year full of hope and anticipation of the good things to come. Our school theme this year is “Dream Big!” Our emphasis will be on dreaming big, embracing creativity and deeper thinking, and expecting extraordinary results from ourselves and others. 
As a staff, we hope to work in collaboration with you in providing crucial support we will need along our journey to help make great things happen in our classrooms and across campus.  We will work together to provide our students access to the best possible educational experiences, including the addition of our newly purchased STEM Lab materials for our science labs, additional classroom IPADs, and the outdoor walking track (currently being built)…all purchased by our PTA with your support!                     
“If you have a strong commitment to your goals and dreams; if you wake every day with a passion to do your job, EVERYTHING is possible.”
 
As always: I’m Proud to Grow…as an RBES Bronco!
 
Amy Malone, Principal  

At A Glance

  • 430 Student Enrollment
  • Cursive Curriculum
  • music Strings Program
  • Created by potrace 1.10, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2011 Chess Program
  • art Art Programs
  • Critical writing across content
PRMS Volleyball Team with Poorman

Pieper Ranch Middle School Hosts "Pink Out" Game

October is breast cancer awareness month, and for one Comal ISD campus, the disease has hit home. A beloved teacher was diagnosed this summer with the disease, and her outlook has become an inspiration to everyone she meets.
Boys State

Students Participate in Boys State and Girls State

Annually, high school students from across the United States participate in a leadership program designed to teach them about citizenship and government. Students from Comal ISD learned the importance of getting involved at Boys State and Girls State.
Tax rate lowered to $1.32

Comal ISD Lowers Tax Rate by 7-Cents

At its regularly scheduled meeting Tuesday, the Comal ISD Board of Trustees approved a 7-cent decrease in the district’s tax rate, lowering it from 1.39 to $1.32. The new rate goes into effect immediately.
Emma Wolter and OCES

Going Gold: Meet Five Students with Courage and Strength

All month, campuses across the district have hosted campaigns to raise not only money, but also awareness of childhood cancer. One of the main reasons the district is so invested in raising awareness is because of students like the five featured here who continue to fight and show amazing courage and strength every day.