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Based on employee feedback, New Braunfels ISD trustees on Monday chose not to extend the district’s participation in an expired federal mandate that had provided additional COVID-related paid sick leave to employees.

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After serving more than 11 years as New Braunfels ISD’s superintendent, Randy Moczygemba announced his intent to retire as of June 30 on Tuesday. 

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Comal Independent School District trustees received a report on recommended attendance zones for the district’s fifth mainstream high school and unanimously voted to extend Superintendent Andrew Kim’s contract last Thursday.

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Many famous acts have graced the Brauntex Performing Arts Theatre, but for the first time it will host the region’s top student spellers as they compete for a chance to advance to the Scripps National Spelling Bee — but schools have to register by Jan. 15.

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Comal Independent School District trustees will discuss attendance zones for the district’s newest high school, continue discussions on a 2021 bond election and possibly vote to extend Superintendent Andrew Kim’s contract when they meet on Thursday.

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Public school students this spring will still take the State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness exam, also known as STAAR, but the state will not use those results to rate schools and districts, officials from the Texas Education Agency announced Thursday.

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Michael Calta and Matthew Sargent, ousted by challengers on Nov. 3, will attend their final full meeting as New Braunfels Independent School District trustees and vote to approve the election canvass during a special meeting on Monday.

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On Thursday, Comal Independent School District trustees met in an hour-long workshop session to discuss planning for the 2021 bond, and receive the second reading of state-mandated district and campus improvement plans. 

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Nancy York and John Tucker defeated incumbents Michael Calta and Matthew Sargent in New Braunfels Independent School District’s board of trustees election on Tuesday. 

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NBISD’s Child Nutrition Department was recently notified by the Texas Department of Agriculture that a waiver has been granted  allowing students to receive free school meals until June 2021.

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