Haleyville City Schools

Haleyville City Schools Art Expo Nov. 2

From left, Haleyville High School Art Teacher Claire Frazier, artist and student Ping Church and Candy Garner, STEAM coordinator for Haleyville City Schools, show some of the art drawn by Church, who has submitted multiple works for the art expo.
HALEYVILLE - The third art expo, raising funds for the STEAM initiative at Haleyville City Schools, is back after a year’s hiatus due to Covid, rebounding in a big way.

Haleyville City Schools partners with local grocers to shore up food supply amid nationwide shortages

Emma Anne Hallman, director of the child nutrition program at Haleyville City Schools, shows the three rented coolers that are being used to store perishable items for each school on campus.
HALEYVILLE - Educators are fearing that food shortages at school cafeterias, caused by a lack of workers in distribution warehouses and truck drivers transporting goods, may only be the beginning, with the worst yet to come.

Military voting begins for Nov. 9, special election

Winston County Probate Judge Sheila Moore holds up a sample ballot for the Nov. 9, election.
WINSTON COUNTY - The process of absentee voting for military personnel started today in preparation for the Nov. 9, special election, which will ask voters to decide whether to renew five mills of property tax benefiting both Winston County and Haleyville City school systems.

Special election November 9

WINSTON COUNTY - A resolution passed by the Winston County Commission Monday morning, Aug. 9, means renewing five mills of property tax benefiting both Haleyville City and Winston County schools will now go before county voters to decide in a special election Tuesday, Nov. 9.

Portion of 20th Street at Haleyville Schools to be closed Wednesday for road work

HALEYVILLE- The four way stop area  of  20th Street in the area of 20th Avenue between Haleyville High School, middle school and elementary school is scheduled to be closed beginning at 7 a.m. Wednesday, July 21, in order for some minor road work to be done. Teachers, administrators and the general public need to to use caution and  avoid this particular area during the closure. 

Projects lined up for HCS

The visitor’s side concession stand and restrooms at Haleyville High School’s football stadium may soon be replaced with a larger multi-purpose building. This is one of several capital improvement projects being discussed for the school system.
HALEYVILLE - Although Haleyville City Schools has several building projects in the works and also has decisions pending regarding hires, officials assure that projects are being done one-at-a time and decisions are being made regarding the financial best interest of the system as a whole.

HALEYVILLE City Schools continue virtual on Friday; sub-regional basketball games moved to Friday night

Due to  road conditions resulting from snow and ice this week, all Haleyville City Schools will  continue to be virtual on Friday, Feb 19, according to Superintendent Dr. Holly Sutherland.  Governor Kay Ivey  has declared a State of Emergency, so school systems are allowed to take virtual days during inclement weather. The high school varsity boys sub-regional basketball game has been moved to Friday, 6 p.m. at home, with the varsity girls playing Friday night at Good Hope. “Please be careful on the ice. Student safety is our top priority,” Dr Sutherland said.

Concerns raised over school events

Haleyville City Schools Superintendent Dr. Holly Sutherland responds to concerns raised regarding crowds at school-sponsored events..
HALEYVILLE - Safety concerns relating to crowds gathering at certain events sponsored by Haleyville City Schools have been brought into question, in sight of the ever-present COVID-19 pandemic that is resulting in deaths of community residents, and students and faculty members being quarantined.