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At A Glance
- 750 Student Enrollment
- Cursive Curriculum
- Strings Program
- Chess Program
- Art Programs
- Critical writing across content
Annually, Comal ISD hosts an awards ceremony called Night of Stars to honor its campus teachers of the year along with academic team awards and a few surprise awards in various categories.
Student performances and student-designed centerpieces were the talk of this year's Night of Stars Banquet which honored teachers and staff. A high school orchestra ensemble and a middle school choir ensemble were showcased along with the work of students in floral design and construction.
Annually, Comal ISD hosts a Dyslexia Awareness Night in October to provide families an opportunity to improve their understanding of dyslexia and related disorders.
Come join the Comal ISD team! As a fast-growth district, Comal ISD is currently seeking to fill non-certified positions for after-school childcare, child nutrition, custodial staff, paraprofessionals and transportation/bus drivers.
Comal ISD is hosting three student flu shot clinics beginning Monday, Oct. 31, and running through Wednesday, Nov. 2, at three locations.
Annually, students are nominated to attend the American Legion Texas Boys State and American Legion Auxiliary Texas Girls State leadership programs to learn what it takes to run a city, county and state government. This year, 25 students represented Comal ISD in these programs.
Move over, Mark Cuban, Mr. Wonderful and Lori Greiner, Comal ISD is looking for the real business sharks of New Braunfels, Bulverde, Spring Branch and surrounding area to mentor student entrepreneurs.
Comal ISD is excited to welcome Mario De La Rosa to the district as the new executive director of safety and security. He brings 27 years of experience both in law enforcement and in schools, and he looks forward to getting to know the community.
The Board of Trustees named Dr. John E. Chapman III as the lone finalist for superintendent of the Comal Independent School District during its September board meeting.
A planning committee, called Comal Forward, met for the first time this school year to discuss the challenges and opportunities that Comal ISD faces as it continues to grow on average 1,600 students a year.