At their regularly scheduled board meeting on July 27, the Comal ISD board of Trustees adopted their 2019-20 school year budget and approved compensation increases for all staff.
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Better. Faster. Stronger. Student athletes across the district are waking up early even during these lazy days of summer to run, lift and push themselves to stay conditioned for the new school year.
The annual 5K Jingle Bell Run is more than just another race. It is also an opportunity to support SJRC Texas, formerly known as St. Jude's Ranch for Children, which has been caring for children in the district's community for more than 36 years.
Expose your business at the Back the Future Kids & Family Expo scheduled for Oct. 5. Mark your calendars and register today to partner with the Comal ISD Council of PTAs to offer families community resources, activities and more, all under one roof.
For the sixth year in a row, Comal ISD received the highest honor in financial reporting, largely due to the leadership of the Director of Business Services Kathy Hanlon.
Children 18 and under are invited to enjoy a hot meal Monday through Thursday at Morningside Elementary and Canyon Middle School starting Monday, June 10.
The 1,492 seniors who recently graduated from Comal ISD were offered scholarships for everything from chess and bowling to academic excellence and softball.
Among the 2019 Comal ISD graduates are those who will soon serve in the United States military.
Here's a look at the top five graduating seniors from each of the district's high schools. Academically, these students are the best of the best.
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.