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 Mission & Vision of Comal Discipline Center
The mission of Comal Discipline Center (CDC) is to help students modify their behavior and improve academic/social skills so they can achieve success in the regular school setting.  CDC uses a variety of techniques including close monitoring of behavior, intense teacher and computer assisted instruction, and personal behavior modification counseling to accomplish this mission.
We believe...
Every student is important
Every student can learn
Learning takes place in an orderly, structured, and caring environment
Every student is responsible for his/her learning and behavior
Every student can learn to behave appropriately
Some students need more time than others
Welcome to the Comal Discipline Center. We serve as the Comal Independent School District’s Disciplinary Alternative Education Placement (DAEP). We are here to continue the education process of students who are being removed from their home campus for various violations of the Student Code of Conduct.
We are committed to providing a safe, secure and orderly setting where learning, both academically and behaviorally, can occur. While we don’t always meet parents and students on their best day, we strive to help them see that the decision made or action taken was bad, not the student. Taking responsibility for our decisions and finding better ways to respond are topics that we work on daily.
During their time with us, we work to continue keeping the academic side on track by following the scope and sequence set by the district and taught by highly qualified and certified teachers. In addition, we work to provide students a chance to reflect and create a “tool kit” to use for better decision making upon their return to their home campus.
Should you ever have any questions, please call and let’s talk.
Thank you,
Lori Lehmberg


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CHS One Act Play District Award

Shining the Spotlight on Theatre in Comal ISD

High School UIL One-Act Play competitions continue, and all three Comal ISD campuses have advanced with three distinct plays. Performing and learning what it takes both on stage and behind the scenes is what theatre is all about.
SVHS Seniors

Students, Counselors, Administrators Give Advice During Parent Summit

The second of three "Parents Unite" Parent Summits gave parents the chance to ask questions to students, school counselors and administrators. For parents who wonder, what it's really like to be a middle or high school student today, this was the perfect opportunity to find out.
SV Jazz Band

Music, Integral Part of Daily School Experience

While elementary students are learning about pitch, tone, scales and recorders, middle and high school students across the district have been competing in UIL music competitions and earning high marks.
TPES Fourth Grade Team

Early Release Days: Collaboration Happens When Kids Go Home

During the current school year, Comal ISD scheduled 10 early release days. Six of those 10 are set aside specifically for teachers to have the time to collaborate with each other, and the result of this collaboration time is an increase in student performance.