Haleyville City Schools

Haleyville plans for homecoming parade and pep rally despite pandemic

HALEYVILLE - It will be difficult to keep Lions caged this week, as excitement and anticipation are building each day along with activities, as homecoming festivities for Haleyville High School draw closer on Friday, Sept. 25, and school officials assure all events will be done according to safety regulations during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Haleyville City Schools to destroy special education records

HALEYVILLE -  Haleyville City Schools will be destroying special education records for students who have been exited from the system for at least 5 years.

Anyone wishing to claim these files must do so by calling Susan Riggs at 205-486-9231, extension 5,  between the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 4 p.m., Monday - Thursday.  The tentative date of destruction is set for October 6, 2020.

HCS releases date changes for pre-school activities


Hosting Monday night's Facebook Live forum from left, Haleyville High School Principal Davey Reed, Haleyville City Schools Superintendent Dr. Holly Sutherland, Elementary Principal Christy Bice and Middle School Principal Bo Wilcoxson.
HALEYVILLE - Haleyville City School administrators have announced changes to previously dated pre-school events, to coordinate with pushing back the start of school to Aug. 20.

Special education records to be destroyed

HALEYVILLE - Haleyville City Schools will be destroying special education records for students that have been exited from  the system for at least five years.
Anyone wishing to claim these files must do so by calling Susan Riggs at 205-486-9231, extension 5,  between the hours of 7 am and 5 pm, Monday - Thursday. 
The tentative date of destruction is set for August 31, 2020.

 

HCS administrators answer the public's questions about starting school during pandemic


Haleyville City School Administrators, from left, High School Principal Davey Reed, Superintendent Dr. Holly Sutherland, Elementary Principal Christy Bice and Middle School Principal Bo Wilcoxson answer some tough questions from the public during a recent Facebook live forum. Shown recording video of the forum is Chief School Financial Officer Candy Marbutt.
HALEYVILLE   - Many tough and thought-provoking questions were asked by the public to Haleyville City School administrators during a Facebook live forum, where officials were describing specifics of starting school on Aug. 6 during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Haleyville City Schools delivers 500 goody bags to health care workers


Central Office staff with bags of goods for health care workers before the second set of deliveries Monday. From left, Teresa Butler, accounts payable; Misty Gibson, payroll; Candy Marbutt, chief school financial officer; Dr. Bill Bishop, director of administrative services; Davey Reed, high school principal;Chere Fetter, director of instructional services; HCS Superintendent Dr. Holly Sutherland and Judy Thompson, board administrative assistant.

HALEYVILLE - Haleyville City Schools, despite facing educational packet and food giveaways to their students who are under Governor Kay Ivey's Stay at Home order to the coronavirus pandemic facing the state, have reached out in good will to compile and deliver 500 bags of essentials to health care workers throughout the city.

Haleyville City Schools begin online classes, packet pick-ups Monday


The parking area at Haleyville Elementary School, along with all other buildings across the district, was bare, after Governor Kay Ivey announced that school statewide would not be held in its traditional format for the remainder of the school year.
HALEYVILLE - Governor Kay Ivey’s order to suspend school for the remainder of the school year due to the coronavirus pandemic has left school officials scurrying to make tough decisions regarding online learning as well as many other factors for the remainder of the school year.

Schools schedule feeding programs

WINSTON COUNTY - With area schools still closed and free and reduced lunch rates very high throughout the county, the fear of children not receiving healthy meals is high among school officials. That is why school systems are planning feeding programs throughout the county to feed children who might be in need.