As the spring semester kicks into full gear, Comal ISD students continue to compete for awards, titles and honors outside the typical school day. Here's just a sample of accomplishments from this past weekend.
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After competing every year in the final round of the district competition, eighth grade student Rowen Hamilton claimed the title for Comal Speaks this year.
As the district continues to celebrate Career and Technical Education (CTE) month, students involved in CTE organizations such as SkillsUSA showcase their abilities and knowledge at area contests.
After two qualifying tournaments hosted by the Comal Independent School District at Canyon Lake High School, 14 district teams advanced to the next level of FIRST Lego League competition.
This is the first installment of a new segment called "Weekend Update." The idea is to give readers a brief overview of all the great achievements Comal ISD students continue to accrue even when the school week is done.
The artwork of two student artists will represent Comal ISD throughout the month of March in the Texas State Capitol Building, as a celebration of Youth Art Month (YAM).
After a year of discussing various projects to include in a school bond package, the Comal ISD Board of Trustees officially approved one for $397.7 million.
Learning a job firsthand is often the best way to know if it is the right fit. Community partners often provide that firsthand account for students interested in a particular job or career. Local business professionals give presentations, offer paid internships and more through Comal ISD's Career and Technical Education programs. Here's part three in a series of articles about CTE.
Through hard work, determination and teamwork, the freshman cheer team from Smithson Valley High School pulled off a big upset and earned the title of NCA National Champions.
Comal ISD alumni point to Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs as instrumental in helping them find their passions.