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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
updated parade route

2019 Comal County Parade Route

Due to a TxDOT construction project on the San Antonio Street bridge, the 2019 Comal County Fair Parade will use Seguin Avenue.
school bus

Growth means more routes, more riders for CISD buses

Story by the Herald Zeitung - As Comal Independent School District’s student body continues to swell at unprecedented rates, the district is finding it has a greater need for more bus routes as student ridership reaches new highs, said Jessica Fischer, director of transportation for Comal ISD.
Tyler Wetsel

Recent Canyon High Graduate Becomes Published Composer

A current freshman at Texas A&M University in College Station studying psychology and recent Canyon High School graduate, Tyler Wetzel is honored to have one of his original pieces of music published by the world's largest percussion publishing company.
Comal County Sheriff's Office

Local law enforcement treated to back-to-school lunch

They make sure drop-off and pick-up traffic runs smoothly; they greet students and staff members daily with a wave and a smile; and they provide additional peace of mind when it comes to safety and security. They are the area law enforcement men and women who partner with and serve the Comal Independent School District.