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Welcome to Johnson Ranch Elementary

 
I am excited to begin my 5th year as the principal of Johnson Ranch and it is truly an honor to work along side the best teachers, staff, students and parents in Texas.  Together we make a strong family that has student success at the forefront of every decision.  We know it is an adventure worth planning that will be fun as well as fulfilling  This has led us to our theme of "JRES is Where Your Adventure Begins" for the 2018-2019 school year. Throughout the year, I look forward to meeting the new members of our community and creating deeper connections with those that continue to be a part of the Roper family.  I encourage families to get to know each other and work along side us at Johnson Ranch.  We appreciate your support as your student(s) learns and grows with us.  Lets all connect and have a wonderful year, so that we can establish a united front to show our little Ropers how much we care.  At Johnson Ranch, the staff, teachers and administration are honored that you entrust us with your precious ones and we will work hard to provide quality experiences and opportunities for them to progress, master and enrich towards their leadership goals.
 
Warm Regards,
 
Suzie Seabolt
Principal 

At A Glance

  • 490 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
PRMS Volleyball Team with Poorman

Pieper Ranch Middle School Hosts "Pink Out" Game

October is breast cancer awareness month, and for one Comal ISD campus, the disease has hit home. A beloved teacher was diagnosed this summer with the disease, and her outlook has become an inspiration to everyone she meets.
Boys State

Students Participate in Boys State and Girls State

Annually, high school students from across the United States participate in a leadership program designed to teach them about citizenship and government. Students from Comal ISD learned the importance of getting involved at Boys State and Girls State.
Tax rate lowered to $1.32

Comal ISD Lowers Tax Rate by 7-Cents

At its regularly scheduled meeting Tuesday, the Comal ISD Board of Trustees approved a 7-cent decrease in the district’s tax rate, lowering it from 1.39 to $1.32. The new rate goes into effect immediately.
Emma Wolter and OCES

Going Gold: Meet Five Students with Courage and Strength

All month, campuses across the district have hosted campaigns to raise not only money, but also awareness of childhood cancer. One of the main reasons the district is so invested in raising awareness is because of students like the five featured here who continue to fight and show amazing courage and strength every day.