Haleyville City Schools

HCS Art Expo this week

Elementary students under the leadership of STEAM Coordinator Shanda Barnett, proudly show off their works of art for the expo. Students from left, Presley Hood, Abigail Hood, Miranda Marchant, Elizabeth Stamos, Ben Romine, Laney Johnson and Sawyer Hubbard.
HALEYVILLE - All campuses at Haleyville City Schools will come alive with works of art depicting places and cultures from around the globe Thursday, April 25, during this year’s Art/ STEAM Expo.

Veteran educators retiring

From left, Haleyville High School Principal Davey Reed; HHS Assistant Principal and System STEAM Coordinator Candy Garner; Middle School Teacher Susanne Trallo; Middle School Assistant Principal Emily Faulkner and Middle School Principal Bo Wilcoxson. Garner and Trallo have announced retirement at the end of the school year.
HALEYVILLE - Two long-time educators at Haleyville City Schools, with a combined service of 60 years, will be retiring at the end of the school year.

Haleyville, Winston County schools virtual Friday

HALEYVILLE - Due to secondary roads still being deemed impassible  as of Thursday morning as well as a water issue at Haleyville  City schools that could pose a problem about ice, the schools   will be virtual this Friday January 19, announced superintendent Dr Holly Sutherland.

"We are not risking employee or student safety by trying to open school when it is not safe to do so," Sutherland emphasized. 

Sutherland encouraged all students to refer to their grade level and  classroom platforms,  online work platforms and iReady or their virtual assignments.

Haleyville City Schools to be virtual Thursday due to weather

HALEYVILLE-  Due to the continued threat of hazardous road conditions, Haleyville City Schools will be virtual on Thursday,  January 18, announced Superintendent Dr Holly Sutherland.  

"We will continue to monitor the weather. It is possible we may be virtual Friday as well," Sutherland said.

She urged everyone to follow social media learning platforms, iReady,  and check grade level and classroom social media pages for more information.


Record reserve funding may go quickly, thanks to ESSER’s end

Haleyville City Schools Chief Financial Officer Candy Marbutt goes over figures with the board of education during a working session. Also shown is Haleyville School Board President Boo Haughton.
HALEYVILLE - Although education officials are excited over the record amount of reserve funding on hand for Haleyville City Schools, they are being advised the money will be spent quickly on major needs of the system, while ESSER funds will be depleted by 2024.

Principals review test scores

Haleyville Middle School teacher Kelly Rushing stresses to students the importance of being in school, as Principal Bo Wilcoxson and Assistant Principal Emily Faulkner look on in support. Students, from left, Brant Vickery, Shawn McKinney, Blake Arnett, Bradford Hollimon, Will Sutherland, Het Patel, Heet Patel, Sage Morga and Kiah Bell.
HALEYVILLE - One of the biggest goals educators at Haleyville City Schools want to tackle this school year is reducing student chronic absences, a factor affecting test scores.

County's entire school bus fleet now air conditioned

These empty bus seats will soon be filled, as buses will be on the road next week picking up and dropping off students for a new school year.
WINSTON COUNTY - As a new school literally rolls around the corner, the Winston County Schools system assures their fleet of buses is ready to roll, but that the public and students show follow important safety tips before the roadways become more crowded with the large yellow student carriers.