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Welcome to Clear Spring Elementary

 
I would like to welcome you and our students to the 2021-2022 school year. I hope you and your families have taken advantage of our beautiful weather this summer. Hopefully, our students have used some of their time away to relax, recharge and get ready to embrace the upcoming school year. I am very excited to see all our stallions returning to in-person learning for the 2021-2022 school year. Our Clear Spring staff is looking forward to seeing our students return on Tuesday, August 24, 2021. I truly believe that our students benefit most when they are in the building, being guided by high quality teachers and having high quality learning experiences. At my core, I find Clear Spring to be an amazing learning community, powered by an amazing team of staff who really care about children. Our teachers are welcoming, and they are dedicated to ensuring that your student receives the best education possible.
 

Our school theme this year is titled “Going For the Gold.” Our staff has been planning, adapting, and preparing for a great year. You will see many things around our campus and in your child’s classroom that incorporates the theme this year. We are committed and will continue to ensure that student success remains at the forefront of what we do.
 
 
Success in school is greatly influenced by what occurs out of school. Total success is a community endeavor and CSES staff appreciates the support you provide for your children at home and at school in order to help them meet their learning goals. This year, we ask that you redouble your efforts to help us help your students. We are excited to work together for the success of all our stallions.
 
 
In closing, I must say each year brings forth new opportunities. I am delighted to have our stallions back in the building soon and am looking forward to reconnecting with our returning stallions while building connections with our new stallions and incoming PreK & Kindergarten stallions.
 
Welcome back and let’s roll!
 

 
Janelle Hardin
Principal
Clear Spring Elementary
 

At A Glance

  • 750 Student Enrollment
  • Cursive Curriculum
  • music Strings Program
  • Created by potrace 1.10, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2011 Chess Program
  • art Art Programs
  • Critical writing across content
Bass Fishing Team 2021

Comal ISD Bass Fishing Team Wins Season's First Tournament

In its third year, the Comal ISD Bass Fishing Club is continuing its winning streak in the Hill Country Division of the Texas High School Bass Association tournament circuit. The team brought home the Overall School Champion trophy on Oct. 16.
Update

Extracurricular Update - Oct. 14

Most of the scheduled extracurricular practices, games, activities and events will take place as scheduled for today. Please note that individual schools may make schedule adjustments based on their local situation, such as the condition of practice fields. As such, be on the lookout for communication from your child’s coach, director, sponsor, or campus principal regarding any adjustments.
Samantha Lapradd and Shaylee McGinnis

Students Find Passion Through Intramural Sports Program

More students are finding their passions through Comal ISD's Intramural Sports Program. From basketball, volleyball and soccer to sport stacking, fencing and bass fishing, the Intramural options provide students with opportunities to learn a sport, gain skills and be a part of a team.
Freiheit ES student lemonade stand

Siblings' Lemonade Stand Honors 9/11 Heroes

Two sisters from Freiheit Elementary along with their siblings spent Saturday, Sept. 11, honoring the lives lost on that same day 20 years ago. Donations from their lemonade stand are going to the Comal County Sheriff's K-9 unit.
Comal ISD Wears Gold

Going Gold: Annual District-Wide Childhood Cancer Awareness Tradition Continues

Wearing gold in September has become a tradition throughout Comal ISD as students, teachers and staff members shine a light on Childhood Cancer Awareness often raising funds for childhood cancer research. Part of this tradition is honoring district students who have battled the disease and continue to do so every day.