Haleyville City Schools

Vaccinations now available for educators


HCS Superintendent Dr. Holly Sutherland receives her COVID-19 vaccination from a health official on Tuesday, Jan. 12, at Lakeland Community Hospital in Haleyville.
HALEYVILLE - Just a few days after COVID-19 vaccinations became available to those ages 75 and older--along with previously first responders and medical officials--educators are now being administered the vaccine.

Haleyville City Schools students to be virtual Monday due to winter weather threat

HALEYVILLE - Due to the potential for winter weather early in the morning, HCS students will be virtual on Monday, January 11th, 2021, according to Superintendent Dr. Holly Sutherland.
If you do not have a device or internet capabilities, we will work with students this week on any missed assignments.

All employees will report at 10:00 am. We will assess roads prior to 10 and make changes as necessary. Once again, all HCS students will be virtual Monday and will not be on campus.
Student safety is our top priority. 

Christmas in the City hometown festival set for Dec. 5

HALEYVILLE - “City sidewalks, busy sidewalks, dressed in holiday style”, is how a verse of the traditional Christmas song “Silver Bells” begins. It also includes within its chorus the line “It’s Christmas time in the city”. A partnership between the City of Haleyville, the Haleyville Area Chamber of Commerce and Haleyville City Schools will bring that song to life Saturday, December 5...

Meals sent home Thursday for the holidays


Haleyville Middle School students Lexi Sanchez and Juan Gomez show the boxed food and instructions that are being given out to students this week in preparation for the extended break.
HALEYVILLE - On Thursday, Nov. 19, students enrolled in the Haleyville City School system, or the parent or guardian, depending on the situation, will need to go to their respective schools on campus for a meal pick up from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m.

Commission votes to split internet tax proceeds between school systems


Shown announcing the funding at a recent Haleyville Board of Education work session, from left, Winston County Commission Chairman Roger Hayes, Commissioner David Cummings, Winston County Board of Education President Joey Boteler, Winston County Schools Superintendent Greg Pendley, Haleyville City Schools Superintendent Dr. Holly Sutherland and Haleyville Board of Education President Donna Jones.
WINSTON COUNTY - Sales tax may have taken a dip due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, but the resulting increase in taxes related to internet purchases is benefiting school systems for the first time, and in a big way.

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.