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- Strings Program
- Chess Program
- Art Programs
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A Monday morning meeting in the cafeteria turned out to be more than just a meeting for one third grade teacher at Hoffmann Elementary School who was named this year's Trinity Prize for Excellence in Teaching honoree for Comal ISD.
Comal ISD is being well represented in this year's RBFCU Youth Ambassador Program with five high school students chosen to participate.
Fifth-grade student teams from across the district competed in what has become an annual tournament where math skills take center stage. The district-wide 5th Grade Math Pentabowl pits campus against campus where only one team is crowned the champion.
The Education Service Center, Region 20, sent a prize patrol to Canyon High School recently to surprise a freshman art student whose design was chosen to grace the cover of this year's ESC-20's holiday cards.
Mountain Valley Middle School students left the Texas Renaissance Festival with a couple of top honors, lots of memories and the determination to return next year.
On Monday, Nov. 11, every campus across the district celebrated Veterans Day, and on Thursday, Nov. 14, Oak Creek Elementary welcomed home one of its military service parents with a little surprise.
Comal ISD Superintendent Andrew Kim will continue to be on the forefront of school safety and security with his reappointment to the Texas School Safety Center Board of Directors.
In Texas, they are called LSSPs, Licensed Specialists in School Psychology. They offer a unique perspective and expertise when it comes to education.
Honoring local men and women who have served and continue to serve in the United States military has become a tradition at Comal ISD with wonderful Veterans Day celebrations.
After countless early-morning practices, the cross country season has come to an end, and what a season it was for both Canyon High School and Smithson Valley High School teams.