Let's be real for a minute. Watching high school graduations can be tedious even when the entire family has gathered to celebrate their grad. Enter the decorated graduation cap. It's like playing "I Spy," so sit back and enjoy.
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Following in what has become a Comal ISD tradition, fifth graders from every elementary school in the district completed the DARE program and celebrated with a graduation ceremony.
Specht Elementary was seeing orange Thursday morning when Whataburger reps stopped by with cookies, bags and more to surprise Teacher Amber Galvan with the company's first-ever Whatateacher Award.
The true spirit of sport shines through every year during the STAR track meet with athletes of all abilities participating in track and field events. Watch the video for a look at this year's meet.
Comal ISD is looking for bus drivers and bus assistants for the 2019-20 school year, and is holding a job fair on June 17. No experience required, and great benefits!
Even in today's Snapchat, Twitter and Instagram craze, the allure of reading a book and writing a poem still grab the attention of many. Just check out the accomplishments of these Mountain Valley Middle School readers and writers.
Most seniors only wear a cap and gown for one graduation ceremony, but seniors from Memorial Early College High who earn not only their high school diploma but also an associate's degree, don a cap and gown twice.
Superintendent Kim continues to represent the best interests of Comal ISD not just in the local community but statewide as well.
The San Antonio Express-News named Comal ISD's very own, Cindy Marroquin, R.N., as one of the top 10 best nurses in the city. Marroquin, a school nurse at Johnson Ranch Elementary, was featured in the newspaper's Salute to Nurses special publication.
This year's Blended Learning Showcases offered art, music, science, technology and more.