Night to Shine 2018

February 15 - Our students attended Tim Tebow's Night to Shine on February 9!

HHS claims 1st place at WYSE

February 15- This week, 12 Hallsville students competed in the WYSE Academic Challenge at East Central College in Union, MO. Out of the approximately 150 students present, Hallsville took 1st overall. Individually, the following students received medals in their respective areas:

No Tardy Party

February 9 - High school students who were on time to classes during first semester were invited to the No Tardy Party last week. Mr. Daly and Mr. Cooley treated the students with snacks and entered drawings for fun gifts. Approximately 160 were invited to the celebration.  

FBLA students advance to State

February 8 - HHS FBLA members competed last Friday at the District Leadership Conference in Moberly. Students placed in 23 events. Ten of these students placed in 11 events and advance to the State Leadership Conference. 

An asterisk by their name means they will be competing at State. 

ACT & Mock Interview Preparation

January 19 - Students recently participated in sessions to prepare them for college and careers. Seniors fine-tuned their job search skills while grades 9, 10, and 11 completed a practice ACT test. 

HHS Cheer performs at Alamo Bowl

January 8 - The minute the Hallsville High School cheerleaders stepped off the bus in San Antonio, Texas, they were performing. First up was a pep rally located on the historic Riverwalk in front of hundreds of people.

The Pooping Log

December 28 - Spanish students created their very own pooping logs. Yes, that's right: pooping. 

December to Remember Pull Up Challenge

December 21 - 25,955: the number of pull ups completed in the health and fitness classroom for the December to Remember Pull Up Challenge. 

PRIDE students celebrate graduation

December 20 - On Tuesday night, two students celebrated the completion of their high school education at Hallsville Schools. Teagan Vellema and Kyle Voeller were honored at a the PRIDE Academy graduate ceremony. 

Can you save a life?

December 13 - The high school health classes, along with December graduating seniors, completed CPR training this week with instruction and hands-on lessons from local Boone County Fire Protection District Division Managers, Tammy Rounsavall and Martina Pounds.

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