5th Grade Breakout EDU

August 23 - Fifth graders in Mrs. Woods class participated in a Dr.

"Bee Healthy" Color Run: Sept 1

August 19 - On Thursday, September 1, Hallsville Intermediate will host the school's first Color Run!

School Supply Lists & Back to School Bash

July 24 - The start of school is just around the corner! The school supply lists have all been released and the Back to School Bash, sponsored by the Interchurch Council, will be held on August 6!

Summer School 2016

June 10 - The first week of summer school was a success! "We had a total of 367 students enrolled in grades K-5," reported summer school administrator Joni Crossgrove. Overall, 577 students registered K-12. 

Glory of Missouri Awards

May 23 - Many congratulations to the students at the Intermediate School who received Glory of Missouri awards at the assembly last week. If you missed it, watch our short video here!

Two students win Books for Bikes raffle

May 19 - Bella Abell and Lawson Burks were elated when their names were called for a brand new bike at the Intermediate assembly! Many thanks to the Hallsville Masonic Lodge for support of the Books for Bikes program each year.

Annual 4th Grade Egg Drop

May 18 - The fourth graders synergized in small groups to design and build a vehicle for an egg drop competition. They were required to design a vehicle from recycled materials, that would hold an egg to be dropped from three different heights.

Annual Business Day

May 12 - Sidney Smith offered her cookie dough for sale at the annual Business Day held in Mrs. Woods’ 5th grade classroom. Smith shared, “It’s a really great recipe, and it was popular with the class for my How-To video that I did earlier in the year.

3rd graders practice science & technology

May 9 - Mrs. Wallace's third grade class had a STEM career day with supplies sponsored by the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE). Each of the 10 stations simulated a STEM career.

Elementary Quiz Bowl ends season with wins

May 3 - A team of Elementary Quiz Bowl students traveled to Tuscumbia this past weekend to complete against 18 other teams. Hallsville ended the morning rounds 5-0, which put them in the Championship bracket.


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