At MVMS we are committed to ensuring that every stakeholder feels safe, connected, heard and successful. We strive for everyone to live what we call The Hawk Way every day, where:
We celebrate and honor each other
We are respectful, honest, kind, and fair
We give our best in and out of the classroom
This is who we are even when no one is watching
This is The Hawk Way
We are so proud of the hard work and dedication of our students and staff, earning a TEA "A" rating and ALL 7 distinctions. The support of our district, community and families makes our success possible.
It remains an honor and privilege to serve as your administrators. Together, I know we will make this school year one of growth and achievement for all children.
A little weather delay didn't stop the celebrations for 19 student athletes from Canyon High School and Canyon Lake High School who signed National Letters of Intent to play the sport of their choice at the collegiate level.
All Comal ISD campuses and departments will operate on a normal schedule tomorrow, Friday, Feb. 3., except for the following campuses:
Smithson Valley High School Smithson Valley Middle School
Smithson Valley High School and Middle School are still without power as of this evening. Currently, we are unable to get an estimated time that power will be restored. We are anticipating that power will be restored by Monday morning.
Jordyn Polk was the youngest of 10 students from the United States and Europe selected for this year's fall leadership program for military-connected students, and she received the outstanding participant award at the end of the week-long experience.
A natural-born conversationalist, 10-year-old Lylah Yerrington was named the 2023 Comal Shake champion after the final round of the annual competition which encourages elementary students to hone their interpersonal skills.
Senior Baten Evans made school history for Canyon Lake High as the first student to win the Champion title at the annual Western Art Contest with his "Rodeo Metal Rooster" sculpture. He also won a $10,000 scholarship.