We are excited to welcome you to the 2023-2024 school year! We have assembled a phenomenal staff to help support our students and achieve success. Startzville Elementary School is an inviting campus where children reach goals and continue to grow towards success.
Our staff is dedicated to the mission of our campus and have committed to working to meet the needs of our students. Community and family support have been crucial to the success of our campus, and we look forward to continuing to grow in a partnership that puts students first. We know that as the new school year approaches, there is always anticipation and excitement for our staff as well as for the students. We are eager to welcome back our returning students and to greet those students who will be joining our STZES Family for the first time. At STZES, we believe in doing what is best for kids and providing experiences that will not just help them grow academically but also socially and emotionally. It is our privilege to be able to serve this wonderful community and work with our students each day.
Family engagement along with open communication between school and home is important to the success of our educational program. I encourage you to take an active role in our school community to help us continue to reach our goals and support out students. Parents play a huge role in the success of our campus, and we thank you for all the work you do in supporting our campus community. Please reach out with any questions or concerns you may have, and we look forward to a wonderful 2023-2024 school year.
Together we will Thrive in the coming year! The Adventure STARTZ Here!
Five Comal ISD students are among the less than one percent of U.S high school seniors to be named National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists, and 14 are among the two-thirds named as Commended Students. They were recognized at the November Board of Trustees meeting.
Chess continues to attract students from kindergarten through 12th grade to district tournaments for a chance to test their skills and hone their critical thinking. Two of four scheduled tournaments are complete with individual and team champions ready for the next challenge.
The Davenport High School girls cross country team ran away with the fifth spot in the State UIL 4A championship, and a three-time state qualifier from Canyon Lake High School ended her career as the sixth best in the state.
Students, teachers and staff members paused to celebrate, honor and recognize its very own military veterans Thursday with heartfelt programs that included military anthems, handwritten cards, choreographed dances and more.
Four Comal ISD high school campuses celebrated National Signing Day with 20 student athletes signing National Letters of Intent to play the sport of their choice at the collegiate level. This marked the first signing day event for Pieper High School.