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Johnson Ranch Kinder Teacher, HIll Country College Prep English Teacher, Named District Teachers of the Year
The last day of the school year for teachers and staff brought a big surprise to two Comal ISD teachers. Johnson Ranch Elementary kindergarten teacher Danielle Tapp was named the Elementary District Teacher of the Year, and Hill Country College Preparatory High School English teacher Jennifer Fey was named the Secondary Teacher of the Year.
As the 2021-2022 school year comes to an end, Comal ISD would like to announce its Campus Teachers of the Year. These 33 teachers exemplify the district's commitment to high expectations, teamwork, service and making sure that every student's success comes first.
The summer is prime time to join the team at Comal ISD, and the district is hosting five summer job fairs to fill all positions with a high demand for teachers, bus drivers, instructional paraprofessionals, licensed specialists in school psychology (LSSP) and licensed speech pathologists (LSP).
Student submissions to this year's Visual Arts Scholastic Events (VASE) earned high praise with All-State Artist honors and a Gold Seal award.
Comal ISD high school campuses hosted final signing days for student athletes with a dozen taking the next step in order to continue to play the sport of their choice at the next level.
Athletes across the district qualified and competed in state competitions this spring from golf and track to powerlifting and tennis. Among those who qualified, three became State Champions, six became silver medalists and one earned a bronze medal.
Free breakfast and lunch meals will be offered at three Comal ISD campus locations beginning June 6, for children 18 years and younger.
The Comal Education Foundation's Spring Prize Patrol traveled across the district surprising teachers with grants which will help fund a few of their innovative programs.
It should be called, "the little play that could." The Canyon Lake High School production of "Over the Tavern" created quite a splash this year and broke school records. The ensemble closes out its season on a high note, placing 4th in the state.
During the Third Annual Paradigm Challenge, student teams showed off their ability to research, analyze and design solutions to some of the world's biggest global issues including fire safety, waste reduction and personal health.