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.
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One of Comal ISD's students reached the pinnacle of success recently when she was selected as the first chair Violin I for the Texas All-State Symphony Orchestra. At 15, this Smithson Valley 10th-grade musician, explains how music is truly a universal language that unifies.
Comal ISD was well-represented at state meets this year in wrestling and swim. In fact, the gold and bronze medalists in state 6A wrestling are Smithson Valley High School athletes.
Students are not just learning reading, writing and arithmetic these days in school. They are also exploring exciting career pathways and gaining hands-on experience through organizations and contests. This spring, more than 30 students qualified for state-level competitions while learning about their possible future careers.
Comal ISD is looking to fill positions across the district from after-school childcare and custodians to teachers, bus drivers, office staff and more. Join the Comal ISD team today!
With her selection to this summer's Aim High Flight Academy, hosted by the Air Force Recruiting Service, Amy Schoenenberger will be one step closer to achieving her dream of becoming a pilot and ultimately an astronaut for NASA.
Parents with children completing kindergarten this school year are invited to attend an informational meeting for the district’s Spanish Immersion Program. This year, the district will offer four meetings, one at each of our Spanish Immersion campuses.
This year's Comal Speaks champion knows what it's like to overcome, to fight and to be honest with not only yourself but with family and friends.
The mental health of all Texas students was the topic of a Texas PTA Facebook Live event, and Comal ISD's superintendent and district elementary teacher of the year were invited to participate in the discussion.
Comal ISD will be well represented at this year's Alamo Region First Lego League Championship Tournament with nine teams competing. This year the district hosted a qualifying tournament that included 31 teams from every elementary campus and several middle school campuses.