On Tuesday evening, the Comal ISD Board of Trustees approved a 4-cent decrease in the district's tax rate, lowering it from $1.32 to $1.2757. This marks the lowest tax rate in 30 years.
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Comal ISD students who are signed up to take the PSAT in October and November now have resources available to help them prepare for the test.
The Comal ISD Bass Fishing Club made quite a splash at the first tournament of the year, bringing home the School Champions trophy. With four tournaments to go, interested anglers are still welcome to join.
They have always been close, but a bone marrow donation made them even closer. You could say their connection is truly thicker than blood, the same blood, actually, and life-saving at that.
A second-year teacher who spent his first career in the military was honored on the radio last week for his dedication in the classroom. The cherry on top though was learning that his daughter nominated him.
A Comal ISD mom whose son was diagnosed with cancer at the age of 10 turned her CaringBridge entries into a book which was published this summer. Here, she shares her top three insights for families going through a difficult time such as a cancer diagnosis of a child.
The annual Comal ISD College Fair will look a little differently this year, because it has gone virtual. Learn how this year's fair opens the doors to more colleges and universities than ever before.
Eighth and ninth grade students participating in remote instruction can sign up for the PSAT test until Oct. 19.
More than 15,170 students create and develop their own inner-Picassos during art classes in elementary, middle and high school campuses throughout Comal ISD, and the 46 teachers who inspire and encourage them are being honored for their work with a District of Distinction award for the second year in a row.
A student leader both on the soccer field and in the classroom, senior Josh Sczech is being honored for his hard work, dedication and perseverance.