Student Council announces 2017-18 team

July 1 - Meet our 2017-18 Student Council! At the end of May, the high school student body and incoming 8th graders elected executive and class officers for the upcoming year.

Students navigate finance & mortgages

June 8 - Students in the Personal Finance summer school class had the opportunity to visit with Michelle West from Mid America Mortgage this week. Michelle provided an interactive lesson where students learned about mortgages and how to qualify.

FFA Banquet honors chapter degree recipients

May 30 - The Hallsville FFA chapter recently held their FFA banquet. Members were recognized for their work throughout the 2016-17 school year, including degree recipients, CDE/LDE recognitions, and honorary FFA member awards.

Graduation 2017

May 22 - “This isn’t just a school, this is family, my family.” Senior Haylie Gibler addressed the crowd during graduation ceremony for the Class of 2017.

Students practice etiquette at Olive Garden

May 2 - High school students visited The Olive Garden today to practice how to order from a menu, good manners, and proper etiquette.

Prom 2017: "A Night to Remember"

May 1 - Hallsville High School students celebrated "A Night to Remember" during this year's high school Prom held Saturday, April 29. Under the facilitation of prom sponsor Mrs. Snelling, junior students and staff volunteers worked last week to transform the North Gym into an chic venue for a magical evening.  

Snelling invited as AP reader

May 1 - Hallsville High School science teacher Erin Snelling received an invitation from the College Board Advanced Placement (AP) Program to serve as an AP Reade

HHS students dramatize DWI accident

April 25 - Local law enforcement and emergency response vehicles, including the MU Staff for Life helicopter, closed down Ricketts Road just after noon today for a mock DWI accident. Hallsville High School junior and senior students attended to witness the effects of drinking and driving.

Loethen named Boone Electric Delegate

Lydia Loethen was one of ten juniors from area high schools who competed for four coveted spots in the Rural Electric Cooperative Youth Tour to Washington, D.C. After a multi-level competition, Boone Electric recently announced the four finalists who prevailed: 

Adams accepted to Folger Library Institute

April 17 - High School English teacher Claire Adams was recently accepted to the 2017 Folger Shakespeare Library Institute in Washington D.C.

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