Campus Safety

February 17 - We are always monitoring campus safety and looking for ways to improve our practices.  We have noticed that we can make small changes to our parent pick up procedures to keep our students safer. 

5th grade volunteers at Food Bank

February 15 - Fifth grade classes at Hallsville Intermediate made their annual trip to the food bank this week. Students assisted in packaging foods for dispersal by the Bank.

A trip to the Arctic

February 9 - Mrs. Strubel's class took an adventure to the Arctic! Second graders studied and created polar animals, enjoyed snow cones, watched an arctic documentary, and painted the Northern Lights.

Kindness Celebration

February 8 - During January, Intermediate students were challenged to showcase kindness. Mrs. Morris read examples of kindness each day in the daily announcements, and students viewed a daily calendar of events that modeled acts of kindness.

Student artwork displayed at Humane Society

January 26 - If you visit the Central Missouri Humane Society, you'll see some artwork from Hallsville fourth graders. Lauren McCarter, Hank Heller, and Haley Kraft (not pictured) had their artwork selected in a recent contest.

Parents talk PBIS & Leader in Me

January 18 - Principal Morris held two sessions for Intermediate parents this week to discuss Positive Behavioral Intervention and Support (PBIS) and the school’s Leader in Me program. 

Counselor's Good Characters of the Week

January 9 - Intermediate students were recently recognized at the Fab Friday assemblies as the Counselors Good Characters of the Week. Congrats to these leaders for modeling great character for their peers!

Art Postcard Exchange

January 6 - Students in art are sharing Hallsville with children at a school in Monterrey, Mexico by exchanging art postcards. Fourth graders have been studying community and culture throughout the last quarter.

December Habit Heroes

December 21 - Hallsville Intermediate honored Habit Heroes at yesterday's assembly. Students who showcase the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People are nominated by their classmates to receive recognition. Congrats to all! 

STEAM Bus Visit

December 19 - Fourth graders loaded the Columbia Public Schools STEAM Bus to learn more about technology and coding using a micro:bit, a tiny, programmable computer. 


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