Natural gas safety with Ameren

October 18 - “Is this the kind of gas you fill up with at a gas station? What’s natural gas made of? Can natural gas be water? What’s a BTU?” The Hallsville Intermediate fourth graders were full of questions for AmerenUE representative Dennis Bennett.

Book Fair

October 17 - Hallsville Intermediate will have their first book fair on Monday, October 24 thru Thursday, Octobe

Organism Hide & Seek

October 16 - Mrs. Bartlett's 4th grade students investigated how camouflage helps animals with a game of organism hide and seek. They enjoyed the beautiful fall day while writing their scientific observations.

Bees & Cheetos

October 9 - Mrs. Strubel's class imitated bees! To mimic pollination, the second graders used Cheeto dust as pollen and carried it from from flower to flower. Then, the students wrote about their observations and conclusions. 

Walk to School Day

October 5 - Each morning, Aubree and Isabella meet up to walk to school together. "I walk to her house and wait for her and then we come here together," shared Isabella. The two have a safe buddy system worked out and also enjoy each other's company.

O'Day honored with Lifetime Service award

September 30 - The Hallsville School District is honored to share that educator Betsy O’Day received the Lifetime Service to STOM Award from the Science Teachers of Missouri (STOM).

New student Ice Cream Party

September 30 - New students at Hallsville Intermediate school this year were welcomed with an ice cream party! Each new student invited one friend to bring along. The 5th Grade Character Ambassadors served the new students and entertained them with board games and conversation.

Walk to School Day

September 25We know your child’s safety is a top priority for you.  That’s why we’re inviting you to join us for Walk to School Day on October 5, 2016.  

Honor Choir tops 100 students

September 19“Honor Choir is a tradition here at Hallsville.

Coffee with the Principal

September 13 - Intermediate Principal Stacy Fick welcomed ten parents to Coffee with the Principal this morning. The agenda included a short introduction to PRIDE Academy, the Hallsville District alternative school, and a Q&A session with Mrs. Fick. 


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