Butterflies in English Class

November 24 - The HS English classes created butterflies for children of the Holocaust.The students chose a poem that a Jewish child of the Holocaust wrote and made a butterfly to commemorate their death. The class is reading the memoir "Night" by Elie Wiesel.

3D Bodies

November 17 - Body parts. Everywhere. If you visit the art room this week, you can see the beginning of the yearly 3D body project. Students wrap various body parts and form all the parts into one 3D body.  This is a class favorite, and Mrs. Williamson's students have been completing the project for 13 years.

ASVAB Review

October 26 - National Guard recruiters met with students who completed the ASVAB test to review individual student results. The students recently completed the test on the Hallsville campus. The ASVAB assessment measures a students' developed abilities and predicts future and occupational success in the military. 

FCCLA Regional Meeting

October 6 - The Hallsville High School FCCLA attended the Region IV meet in at Holt High School in Wentzville, MO.  Members enjoyed hearing from guest speaker Rev. Charlene Williams Wheeler on topics such as being a person of character, being a leader, and working for the things you want in life.

Military visits Careers Class

September 21 - Two military representatives came to visit Mrs.

Bradford Farms Visit

September 18 - FFA had a fun and educational trip to MU's Bradford Research Center. Members spoke with various educators about agricutlure.

PRIDE Academy

September 17 - Impaired driving from texting, drug usage, and alcohol consumption were among the topics of conversation at the PRIDE Academy last week. Kassie Campbell from the MU Trauma Center shared her personal experiences as a trauma nurse  to educate the students on the dangers of impaired driving.

Freshmen Venture Out

September 11 - Each year, the incoming high school freshmen take a trip to a local team-building facility. Venture Out, located on the Mizzou campus, welcomed our freshmen students, senior mentors, and advisory teachers on a hot day in early September.

Activities Fair

September 2 - Today students made the rounds to visit stations showcasing possible extra-curricular activities for this school year; booths were manned by student volunteers who dished out information about their respective clubs. Student Council President Jabe McGee talks with students interested in joining.

What's your pace?

August 26 - This week high school P.E.


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