Indian Springs creates an environment where students grow academically and emotionally. They also learn to discover the leader that exists in themselves. Our teachers integrate making positive life choices into instruction developing highly engaging and challenging lessons where students feel a part of their own learning each and every day. Increasing ownership of choices and next steps with increased awareness of daily progress, raises student performance and achievement. Our students are presented with content that requires them to expand their thinking to ensure ALL students learn no matter their ability level. Our goal is to meet the needs of ALL our students.
Indian Springs teachers and staff are committed to Preparing Leaders of the PACK
through Passion, Attitude, Commitment and Knowledge.
During the school year, we will have many opportunities to recognize our growth not only in size but as a community where we have learned to count on each other and build strong relationships that cannot be broken.
Indian Springs is a campus with many green features, which has provided a foundation for students to enjoy the opportunity to grow vegetables on our rooftop garden. Fourth grade students will experience maintaining a garden, growing some scrumptious vegetables and learning about eating healthy. Students reap the benefits and will prepare vegetables they grow, and with the guidance of our master Chef Mario, taste some great recipes. We continue to focus more on the care of our environment with the implementation of a recycling program. This year we will begin an Environmental Club. Be on the lookout for more information. I encourage our students to take advantage of the many clubs and opportunities we have available to our students.
The word is out, Indian Springs ES is the place to be! When we first opened in 2012, we opened with approximately 560 students, which was 100 over our projection. Our second school year, we opened with over 650 students. We have opened the 2019 school year with just over 800 students, and each one holds a special place in my heart.
Today, we Begin with the End in Mind, thinking about where we want to be and what we want to accomplish by the end of this school year. How will we get there? As a strong community, we can accomplish anything. Together we will work to develop Leaders of the PACK through Passion, Attitude, Commitment and Knowledge. Looking forward to many exciting memories ahead. Feel free to contact me by phone or email should you ever have any questions or concerns. Communication is key to student success. It is going to be a great school year!
Mary Stults, Principal
Indian Springs Elementary 830-885-9305
Comal ISD - Indian Springs Elementary - Where Excellence is an Attitude!
Two student anglers and members of the Comal ISD Bass Fishing Club are heading to the Hill Country Division: Lake Belton State Tournament July 25. They are currently tied for second place in the state - pretty impressive for the program's first year.
During a virtual meeting on Monday, June 29, the 15-member Texas School Safety Center Board of Directors elected Comal ISD Superintendent Andrew Kim as its chair. Kim has served on the board since 2017.
While their final baseball seasons were cut short due to COVID-19, seven recent Comal ISD graduates were selected to play the game they love in an all-star double-header matching the best of the best in the San Antonio area.
Correction: The American Legion honorees for Memorial Early College High School were reported incorrectly. Victor Hernandez and Josephine Tesauro received the top awards.
For almost a century, the American Legion has been honoring students who exemplify the six qualities that define character with its School Award Medal Program. Several Comal ISD campuses participate in this tradition by nominating students for this award.
For 14 years, William Daugherty has been teaching tumbles, stunts, pyramids and more to cheer athletes at Smithson Valley Middle School, and now, the Texas Girls Coaches Association is honoring his dedication and skill.
While celebrities continue to honor the graduating class of 2020 with special commencement speeches on YouTube and Instagram, the words spoken by seniors themselves are the ones which truly have meaning. The top two graduating seniors from each of Comal ISD's high schools encouraged, commiserated and challenged their fellow graduates to remember the highs and learn from the lows.
Senior Abigail Redin will not only graduate this Friday, June 5, she also will be featured on KENS 5 News as a Champion for Change. Redin received this honor because of the impact she has made on her community through her two Soles4Souls shoe drives.