Haleyville City Schools

HES closes until Monday to disinfect after rampant flu

Haleyville Elementary Media Specialist Jennifer Haughton, left, and First Grade Teacher Robin Wilson clean desks and tables in classrooms while the school is closed.
HALEYVILLE  - The outbreak of the flu virus has spread like wildfire through different parts of the state, causing several schools, including Haleyville Elementary, to close their doors in order to clean and disinfect before students return Monday, Feb. 3.

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.

Legislators to conduct public meet and greet tonight at HMS

From left, State Representatives Tracy Estes, Proncey Robertson, Senators Greg Reed, Garlan Gudger and Representative Tim Wadsworth at the 2019 forum holding Alabama bicentennial plaques made by students at the Haleyville Center of Technology.
HALEYVILLE  - Winston County’s delegation in the state legislature will be visiting Haleyville Middle School for a meet and greet tonight.

HMS opening soup kitchen Christmas Eve to feed the hungry

Haleyville Middle School Principal Bo Wilcoxson and Assistant Principal Tammy Hatton invite those throughout the county in need of a hot meal on Christmas Eve to come to the middle school cafeteria.
HALEYVILLE  - Haleyville Middle School is opening its doors, while the entire school system opens its heart to those in need throughout the community for their first-ever soup kitchen on Christmas Eve ,Tuesday, Dec. 24.

Riggs, Neighborhood Bridges program two examples of outreach to others

Haleyville Civitan Club President Chad Fell presents Director of Student Services Susan Riggs a plaque on behalf of the club in recognition of her work with those with special needs.
HALEYVILLE  - Two examples of service to the needs of students at Haleyville City School were illustrated in a special award presented by the Haleyville Civitan Club to Director of Student Services Susan Riggs and instructions for the new online program Neighborhood Bridges.

Extension office partners with HCS on major outreach project

From left, Former Winston County Extension Agent Mike Henshaw, HCT Drafting Instructor Jamie White, Extension Coordinator Zack Brannon, Assistant High School Principals Candy Garner and John McCullar with $2,000 worth of lumber donated by Mill Creek for the project.
HALEYVILLE  - Residents in need, who receive assistance each week from Main Street Ministries, have inspired a partnership between the Winston County Extension Office and Haleyville City Schools to work on a project with an unlimited outreach.