Haleyville MIddle School

Warm clothing drive underway at Haleyville Middle School


Haleyville Middle School Student Government Association students prepare warm clothing to be distributed to students in need. From left, students Mallie Whitlock, Gracie Wakefield, teacher Pam Woodard, students Addison Adams, Andi Romine and teacher Susan Lollar.
HALEYVILLE - Some students at Haleyville Middle School don’t realize how fortunate they really are, until they see their peers in need of warm clothing, as temperatures begin to plummet.

Haleyville native shares his harrowing escape from Ukraine with HMS students


Haleyville native Mark Posey shares the story of his escape from Ukraine with students at Haleyville Middle School. Many of the students took notes during his program as part of a class project.
HALEYVILLE - Haleyville native Mark Posey can truly say he has faced death, recalling both horrific and heartwarming details of his recent mission to Ukraine that came to a sudden halt when Russia invaded.

$200,000 grant to repair County Road 54


Shown at the site where a portion of County Road 54 collapsed due to failed culverts, from left, Winston County Emergency Management Director A.J. Brown, Commissioner David Cummings, Road Engineer James Glasgow and Assistant Engineer Matt Rouse.
HALEYVILLE - The wheels of progress are turning once again, and the public should see a bridge spanning the gap where a section of County Road 54 collapsed due to aging culverts, thanks to $200,000 in Community Development Block Grant funds.

Four teachers in Winston County receive grants


Teachers Danny Snoddy, Angela McCullar and Cindy Nuss received Alabama Power Foundation Classroom Grants at the Winston Career Academy, Jan. 26. Casey Wilson (not shown) also received a grant recently. Pictured left to right are WCA Director Adam Gray, Snoddy, Alabama Power Community Relations Manager Melinda Weaver, McCullar and Nuss.

Three teachers in Double Springs and one in Haleyville received Alabama Power Foundation Classroom Grants recently. Danny Snoddy, electrical technology instructor at the Winston Career Academy, received $1000 for the utility lineworker program. Angela McCullar, third grade teacher at Double Springs Elementary, received $1000 for her classroom, as did Casey Wilson, seventh grade special education teacher at Haleyville Middle School. Cindy Nuss, kindergarten teacher at DSES, received $715, which she said was the exact amount she requested.

Annual legislative meet-and-greet will be different


Winston County’s state legislative team, from l-r: State Representatives Tracy Estes and Proncey Robertson, State Senators Greg Reed and Garland Gudger and State Representative Tim Wadsworth will be taking questions from the public during the annual legislative meet-and-greet Jan. 21, in Haleyville.
HALEYVILLE - The upcoming meet-and-greet event with Winston County’s team of state legislators will be unlike any in the past.

Turkey Take Out this Saturday, Nov. 21


Haleyville Middle School Principal Bo Wilcoxson with turkeys that are being kept frozen in the cooler in preparation for this Saturday's event.
HALEYVILLE - Haleyville City Schools is talking a lot turkey this week in preparation for this Saturday, Nov. 21, when a Turkey Take Out will give a Thanksgiving meal to students in need throughout the school district.