Comal ISD high school students represent their campuses annually at various UIL academic meets. This past year, they found success at local, regional and state levels with a graduating senior bringing home not one, but three gold medals.
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During the district's first elementary academic UIL meet, students from three elementary campuses competed in seven categories including spelling, chess, writing, math and story telling. When the dust settled, the Johnson Ranch Ropers took first place honors.
One Comal ISD elementary student made a difference this summer with a little candy, a smile and a big heart. The benefactor just happens to be a foundation whose namesake is also a district student.
We hope you will join us on August 19th for Meet the Teacher!
This summer's School Age Child Care (SACC) program is in full swing at seven elementary campuses through Aug. 13. Children ages 5 to 11 can still join in on the fun which includes bowling, swimming, visits to the zoo, special guest presentations and more.
Ten recent graduates represented Comal ISD during two annual All-Star games this summer. Two were selected for the 5A/6A Elite All-Star state game on June 20, and eight were selected for the San Antonio area All-Star game on June 21.
In the absence of an annual retirement banquet, Comal ISD would like to recognize the 54 employees who have served the district as teachers, bus drivers, counselors, custodians and more. Each has made a difference in the lives of students, parents and the community.
FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) offers students opportunities to gain leadership skills, and one Smithson Valley student competed among the best leaders for the FIRST Dean's List Award.
Brothers at Smithson Valley High School not only qualified to participate in this year's National Cyber Scholarship Competition, they also earned distinctions for their abilities. The competition was steep and the puzzles and challenges were difficult, but with their skills and talent, they persevered.
A Canyon Lake High School student engineering team competed virtually in the 2021 Autonomous Innovative Vehicle Design Challenge and won three awards for its entry.