Start your child's day off right with a HOT Breakfast!
On these cold, windy mornings, remember that Haleyville city Schools has breakfast available for ALL students from 7:30am-8:00am.

Breakfast costs $1.25. Students who qualify for reduced meals pay only $0.30. Students who qualify for free meals receive breakfast at no cost.

January, 2015

01/08 4th & 5th Homeroom Spelling Bee                                                           

01/13 HES Winner Spelling Bee

01/19 No School for Students

01/23 1st Grade - Field Trip to the Circus

01/30 Wild Animal Adventure

Stride Academy Contest Winners:

Most Questions Answered:

-Kindergarten- Kindred S. - 1229

-1st Grade- Ty C. - 6921

-2nd Grade-D.J. M.-1649

-3rd Grade- Kennith H. - 1751

-4th Grade- James S.- 1410

-5th Grade- Sam L.- 2473

Over All School Winner: Ty C. - 6921

 

The Haleyville Elementary ACIP (Continuous Improvement Plan) Team meets the second Tuesday of each month at 3:15 in the conference room.  The team analyzes data, develops goals, and designs strategies and action steps to improve our school.  We would like to invite our parents to partner with us in this process.  Today's meeting agenda includes analyzing data and reviewing goals from 2013-2014.

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The Mission of HES is to prepare students to be resourceful, respectful, and responsible citizens and to facilitate learning for all students.

 

Haleyville City Schools does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, creed, marital status, age or disability in its employment practices, programs, activities and provides equal access to Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups as required by the Title VI, Title VII, title IX, Section 504, and ADA regulations. Inquiries, complaints or concerns regarding compliance with federal regulations may be directed to: Dr. Bill Bishop: Race, Sex, Equity (TitleIX) Coordinator (205) 486-9481.