All Conference Cross Country

October 18 - Congratulations to Brett Williams and Brittany Brown who claimed All Conference Honors at the Tri-County meet in Eldon last Thursday. Coach Williams affirmed, "They've been running well all season and deserve to be ranked with the best in a very tough conference." 

Biology Club recognized by City of Hallsville

Smile. Give thanks. Serve others.

October 13 - "Smile. Give thanks. Serve others.” The overwhelming message from speaker Javier Sanchez. His presence and a microphone are all it took to engage an audience of middle school and high school students about believing in themselves, looking for the good in the world, and conquering the fear of the unknown.

Softball Post-Season Honors

October 11 - Congrats to the following players for All-Conference and All-District post-season honors!
Tri-County All-Conference Team:
  • 1st Team:  Allison Reed
  • 2nd Team: Kylie Johnson
  • Honorable Mention: Alicia Key and Mady Hale

Parent-Teen Back 2 School BBQ Bash

October 10 - Please join the Youth Community Coalition and the Hallsville Youth Coalition as we welcome internationally acclaimed speakers, Javier Sanchez and Ty Sells, for an inspiring, energetic and fun event for youth and parents alike. 

FFA Trapshooting advances to Districts

September 28 - The FFA Trap Team placed 6th out of 19 schools last night at the area shoot and will move on to districts this Saturday. Good luck! You can see photos from the activity on the Hallsville FFA Facebook Page.

Homecoming 2016: It's a wrap!

September 26 - Float building, class dress up day competitions, student pep rally, powder puff football, a bonfire, the parade, a football game, and a many events that made up a successful Homecoming week at Hallsville High School! All events followed the theme, "Building our Legacy."

Snelling named STOM Teacher of the Year

September 22 - Hallsville High School is proud and excited to share that Erin Snelling has been selected as the High School Science Teacher of the Year by the Science Teachers of Missouri. STOM President Mike Szydlowki confirmed, “Your award recognizes you as the best of the best in teaching science in the entire state.”

Did you hear me?

September 21 - Psychology class took a short walk to the high school lobby this week where Mr. Heet stood encircled by his students. Holding a penny, dime, quarter, and nickel, he asked the students to close their eyes while he bounced a piece of change off the floor. Students guessed which piece of change it was.

Hallsville on Snapchat

September 21 - “Hallsville should have a Snapchat filter,” senior Haylie Gibler matter-of-factly stated during yearbook class. She had noticed that other local areas utilize the tool and wanted to represent the Hallsville community and high school on the social media as well.


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