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Clubs and Organizations

First Lego League

First Lego League is a robotics club that competes at an annual, regional competition.  


We meet Wednesday’s after school from October to February.


Club Sponsors:

Michael Sandle:

Elizabeth Floreani:


4th and 5th graders are welcome to try out at the beginning on the school year.  Typically, we have one team of seven students.

Leadership Club

The purpose of the Student Leadership Club is to build confidence and leadership skills in students as they support school and community service projects. Our guiding document during team meetings is the Comal Commitment of Nine Core Values: confidence, courtesy, honesty, integrity, judgement, perseverance, respect, responsibility, and sportsmanship.


Meeting Times: Twice a month from 3:15pm  to 4:15pm on designated Mondays

Who can join: Students are nominated at the beginning of the semester by the faculty leadership team.


For more information, contact the club sponsors:

Renee Faulk,

Summer Soto,


Running Club

In Running Club students in grades 2-5, teachers and parents have a chance to enjoy walking, jogging, or running around to help increase their overall health and well-being all while having fun with others.


Fall Running club meets on Mondays from 3:05-3:45 on the following dates: October 15,22,29 November 5,12,26

Spring Running club meets on Mondays from 3:05-3:45 on the following dates: March 18,25 April 1, 8, 15,22,29


Permission slips for Spring Club will be sent home in early March.


Please contact Coach Hammond for Information at

Chess Club
Students are invited to learn and practice the exciting game of Chess. At the end of the year, students compete in a district-wide chess tournament.
Chess Club for Beginners meets every Monday morning before school, 7:10am-7:40am.
Chess Club for Intermediate players meets every Friday morning before school, 7:10am-7:40am.
For more information, please contact
Book Club

The purpose of the Book Club is to get fourth graders excited about reading.  We will meet every Tuesday during lunch over the course of time it takes us to read an entire novel, usually about six weeks.  Book Club members must be committed to reading the chapters assigned each  week, and be ready to discuss the story, characters and plot of the book.  Eight fourth graders will be invited to join.

Meeting Times: Every Tuesday during lunch, usually for 6 weeks.

For more information, contact the club sponsor:

Cindy Bishop, Librarian,


Fuel Up to Play 60 is an in-school nutrition and physical activity program launched by National Dairy Council and NFL, in collaboration with the USDA, to help encourage today’s youth to lead healthier lives.


The student leadership team for this club will meet the first Wednesday of every month from 3pm – 4pm.


Meeting Dates:

Nov. 7th, Dec. 5th, Jan. 9th , Feb. 6th, Mar. 6th, Apr. 3rd, May 1st.


Contact Cheryl Sczech for more information at