Haleyville High School

Probationary contract for Principal Reed extended to 2023


Standing from left, Haleyville High School Principal Davey Reed, HCS Superintendent Dr. Holly Sutherland. Seated are members of the Haleyville Board of Education, from left, Beth McAlpine, Kris Burleson, Chad Tidwell and Board President Donna Jones. Not present is board member Barry Burleson.
HALEYVILLE    - A unanimous vote of the Haleyville Board of Education approved a three-year non-probationary contract of Haleyville High School Principal Davey Reed  effective July 1 through June 30, 2023, as one of numerous personnel items approved at the Thursday, June 25 meeting.

Haleyville’s prom is Saturday


From left, Haleyville High School Principal Davey Reed, prom sponsor/teacher Summer Reynolds, Haleyville City Schools Superintendent Dr. Holly Sutherland and prom sponsor/teacher Jeff McKinney show where the prom will be located at the front parking area of the elementary school, seen in the background.
HALEYVILLE - Officials at Haleyville City Schools promised seniors two major things when schools had to close due to the COVID-19 pandemic: seniors would have a graduation ceremony, and students would have a prom.

Trophy case, patriotic mural honor Late Sr. Airman Mark Forester


From left, Haleyville High School Principal Davey Reed, art student Anna Reyes and Ray Forester are proud of the new trophy case and patriotic mural honoring Ray's son, Senior Airman Mark Forester, who was killed in the line of duty in 2010.
HALEYVILLE - What began as an expansion of the Haleyville High School nurse's station thanks to state windfall monies has led to a multi-faceted project displaying student talent as a memorial to Sr. Airman Mark Forester, who was killed in the line of duty in 2010.

Woodmen Life donates 2 flags to HCS


From left, Haleyville High School Principal Davey Reed, Woodmen Life Sales Rep Todd Dillard, John McCullar, assistant principal over the Center of Technology and High School Assistant Principal Candy Garner

HALEYVILLE - Woodmen Life Insurance recently presented two American flags to Haleyville City Schools, one to be flown on the pole at the high school campus, the other to be flown on a pole at the Haleyville Center of Technology. Woodmen Life presents flags to non-profit groups or organizations. Shown making the presentation to High School Principal Davey Reed is Woodmen Life Sales Representative Todd Dillard. Also shown, at right, are John McCullar, assistant principal over the COT and High School Assistant Principal Candy Garner.

MHS Band state champions; HHS Band runner up in 4A


From left, MHS Band of Champions Director Kevin Dunham, band students Chase Herron, Tori Payne, Suzie Feist, Mallory Taylor and Holli Hyche with the large 1A state champion award plus individual awards the band received at the second annual statewide competition.
HOOVER - The Meek High School Band has truly lived up to its name - The Band of Champions - by earning top honors in 1A at the second annual Alabama State Marching Band Championship.

HHS football team, cheerleaders visit ARC for site's first pep rally


High School football player Ty Black visits with ARC client Roger Prescott. Football players and cheerleaders can be seen in the background visiting with other clients.
HALEYVILLE - Haleyville High School brought cheer and pep to the clients of the ARC center, serving clients with special needs in the Winston and Marion County area, by having the center's first high school pep rally Thursday, Oct. 3, in celebration of the school's homecoming festivities.