All student enrollment (Pre-K – 12) at Comal ISD occurs online, through our Skyward parent portal. Skyward provides parents with access to their child’s school information including grades, class schedules, attendance and more.
Student meals will remain free this year at all Comal ISD schools. Eligible meals include standard breakfast and lunch meals. View menus to see what’s cooking at your school. Second meals, extras, and a la carte items must be purchased. Money currently in your student’s account can be used to purchase these items.
Considered one of the oldest board games in the world, chess has seen a rise in popularity over the last few years. Students in Comal ISD, however, have been developing their chess skills for almost a decade, competing in district-wide chess tournaments throughout the year. Here's a look at this year's first tournament's chess champions.
Click on the link below to access our EZCT parent portal and select "New Customers Open Account" or "Returning Customers" if you are already a SACC customer.
All Comal ISD campuses and departments will be closed Thursday, Feb. 3, and Friday, Feb. 4, due to inclement weather.
Every year the competition gets a little tougher as elementary students from across the district hone their interpersonal skills through the Comal Shake Competition. The winning combination is confidence, a strong handshake and the ability to make small talk.
Students from across the district were recognized by the Comal ISD Board of Trustees for the work, practice and talent each displayed in order to qualify for a state competition in robotics, music, cross country and baseball.
Due to anticipated weather and road conditions tomorrow morning, and out of an abundance of caution, Comal ISD will be on a two-hour delayed start tomorrow, Thursday, Feb. 24.
During a night full of great jazz performances, four Comal ISD seniors were awarded the district's first music scholarships, totaling $1,200.
As students make plans for their futures with course selection deadlines coming, they turn to the one person who is always there to help them with their questions - their school counselor. It's apropos that this is also National School Counseling Week.
Baseball players from the Canyon Lake High School team helped stock their local food pantry by hosting an annual food drive both on and off campus.
Preschool Programs for Children with Disabilities (PPCD) provides special education services to children ages 3-5 who have an Individual Education Plan (IEP). Services begin on the child's 3rd birthday. PPCD services are provided through a continuum of service options that may include "drop-in" speech therapy, in-class support, or specialized instruction. Decisions about a child's program are made by the Admission, Review, and Dismissal (ARD) committee and are based on the child's assessment information.
The purpose of the Pegasus Program is to provide onsite preschool for children of district staff members while also providing students identified as having a disability an instructional setting in which they have the opportunity to interact with typically developing peers.
Orientation and mobility (O&M) training helps children and adults who are blind or visually impaired know where they are, where they want to go (orientation) and how to get there safely and independently by walking or using transportation (mobility). This service provides educationally related support services to students, families, instructional staff and administrators to assist students in functioning as independently as possible while mastering the goals in the Individual Education Plan (IEP). These services are determined on an individual basis by the Admission, Review and Dismissal (ARD) committee.
Certified teachers of students with visual impairments provide instruction to meet the needs which are the direct result of vision loss such as communication need, social/emotional skills, daily living/independence skills, visual efficiency/optical devices, adaptive devices/technology, and career/technology planning. These services are determined on an individual basis by the Admission, Review and Dismissal (ARD) committee.
Homebound. Homebound is an instructional arrangement/setting providing special education and related services to students who are served at home or hospital bedside. Students served on a homebound or hospital bedside basis are expected to be confined for a minimum of four consecutive weeks as documented by a physician.
If you suspect that your child may not be developing the same as his or her peers or if your child has been previously diagnosed with a disability, you may call the Comal ISD Department of Special Education Services at (830) 221-2042 to request an evaluation.
The purpose of Child Find is to identify, locate and evaluate children from birth to 21 years of age with disabilities or suspected disabilities and their possible need for special education and related services. Child Find is a free referral and information service available through local education agencies. If you suspect that your child may not be developing the same as his or her peers or if your child has been previously diagnosed with a disability, you may call the Comal ISD Department of Special Education Services at (830) 221-2042 to request an evaluation.