A pilot program at Smithson Valley High for students with a dream to own their own business one day will be offered at Canyon and Canyon Lake high schools next year. Juniors with an entrepreneurial spirit should enroll in the Business Incubator class.
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Thanks to the help of friends at the Texas State University Geography Department, kinder students at Freiheit Elementary were able to “travel” around Texas and learn directions using a giant 12' x 12' Texas map.
This year's pilot construction program at Canyon High has allowed students interested in a career in construction to literally, cinch up a tool belt, roll up their sleeves and work for a local construction company, gaining real-life experience.
High school students across the state compete throughout the year in rodeos, in order, to qualify for the State Finals Rodeo, and this year, three Comal ISD students did just that.
Fifty-two forth-graders from all around Comal ISD gathered at the McKenna event center for the third annual Entrepreneur Expo on March 26. Sales totaled $1,512 for the evening, with a total profit of $656.77. The entrepreneurial spirit was certainly in the air for these students!
The goal of Comal ISD’s Child Find services is to locate, identify and evaluate all children with disabilities who are in need of Special Education and Related Services who reside within the Comal ISD boundaries.
Chess kings and queens from across the district participated in the third and final district-wide chess tournament Saturday, March 23, at Canyon High.
High School UIL One-Act Play competitions continue, and all three Comal ISD campuses have advanced with three distinct plays. Performing and learning what it takes both on stage and behind the scenes is what theatre is all about.
Help the Comal Education Foundation continue to fund great programs and ideas by attending its Casino Night Friday, April 5.
The second of three "Parents Unite" Parent Summits gave parents the chance to ask questions to students, school counselors and administrators. For parents who wonder, what it's really like to be a middle or high school student today, this was the perfect opportunity to find out.