• Vision and Core Beliefs

    Hallsville Independent School District will pursue "Excellence in Education" in all endeavors

    • HISD will provide students an opportunity to obtain a world class education that prepares them for a globally competitive society;
    • HISD will strive to be a district of excellence that competes at the state and national levels in all academic and extracurricular activities;
    • HISD will instill a desire for ethical behavior, integrity and good citizenship in all students.

Announcements

  • Hallsville ISD School Board Calls $55 Million Bond Election
    In a unanimous vote, the Hallsville ISD Board of Trustees called for a $55 million bond election at their regularly scheduled meeting on Monday, August 19. Residents who live in Hallsville ISD will have the opportunity to vote on the bond proposition during Early Voting, October 21 – November 1, and on Election Day, November 5. See the Hallsville ISD Bond Website and press release for more information.

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  • Mrs. Carol Greer Honored
    Mrs. Carol Greer Honored Mrs. Carol Greer was honored for 50 years of service to Hallsville ISD. Mrs. Greer’s accolades are known and recognized all across the state of Texas, but her heart is in Hallsville. For half a century, she has served the students and staff with a smile and a Bobcat spirit like no other. We love Mrs. Greer and we thank her and honor her for the many years of service and all of the love that she has poured back into the district and this community.

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  • 2019 Bond Information
    Hallsville ISD has grown substantially over the past 10 years. In order to continue to thrive it is time for Hallsville ISD to expand to meet the needs of our students and community. Since the passage of the 2009 Bond, Hallsville ISD has grown by more than 900 students, or an average of 100 students per year. We need to assess conditions of current facilities, programs, and enrollment to determine how it has affected the growth of the District, and engage in long-range planning processes to address these needs. For more information, please see our updated bond information page.

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  • 2019-20 Back-to-School Online Registration for Returning Hallsville ISD Students
    Back to school is just around the corner which means school registration. Again this year, Hallsville ISD students will be using the Online Registration System. This system allows parents and/or guardians to complete the majority of registration forms electronically, eliminating thousands of paper copies, saving parents time waiting in lines and increasing staff efficiency. For more info take alook at our Online Registration Parent Training Guide.

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  • Parent Resources & Student State Testing Scores Parent Resources
    Parents are now able to access their student's STAAR results online at http://www.texasassessments.com/ where they will see changes in how their child's performance is labeled and find additional resources to support their child's academic growth.

    To access scores, parents will need to enter their child's date of birth and six-character Unique Access Code, which appears on the student's most recent STAAR Report Card. Parents who do not have the access code will be able to look it up by entering their student's first name, typing their child's Social Security Number into the PEIMS field and inputting date of birth.

    A section of the new STAAR report card highlights how a student has progressed academically from the previous year with a growth chart. The website also provides resources designed to help parents prepare their student for the next grade level, support their reading and writing, as well as tips and questions for parent-teacher conferences.

    For additional information on the new student report cards, please visit the TEA website or contact your child's school. The Texas Education Agency maintains a broad database of assessment-related documents for students and parents, including explanations of test results:

     

    Below are instructions for parents on how to retrieve Student State Assessment History Reports through the Student Portal with and without the access code.

     

    1. Navigate to: https://www.texasassessment.com/families/
    2. Enter Student Access Code and Date of Birth on Texas Assessment Data Portal
    3. If you don't know the Access Code, select "Where's my access code?" and follow the instructions.
    4. Lastly, click "GO" and the student's testing history will appear.
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  • What is the Texas Virtual Academy at Hallsville?
    Staff and community members here is an informational video about our online virtual academy here in HISD (Texas Virtual Academy Hallsville or TVAH) our staff have worked very hard this year to make this partnership a success and we are very proud of the students, staff and team involved in this project. The video is an in depth look at the operations of the school and how accountability works for this program. Please visit the HISD YouTube channel for more info: https://youtu.be/dwTxMfkrKQ0

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  • Follow Us on Twitter
    If you're not already doing so, we encourage you to follow HISD on Twitter at @HallsvilleISD. For news and update from the district and other school organizations it's an easy way to stay in the loop.

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  • Approved 2019-2020 District Calendar
    The Hallsville ISD 2019-2020 District Calendar has been board approved and ready for download. The staff survey results were overwhelmingly in favor of this calendar option, we hope you are too. Download your copy here.

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  • East or North? Hallsville Elementary Campus Locator
    If you're new to the Hallsville area and need to get your elementary school age kids back in class, we've got a tool to help you find the right campus. Point your favorite web browser over to our Hallsville Elementary Campus Locator, type in your new address and we'll show you which direction to go -- East or North.

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  • 2019 Town Hall Meeting Presentation
    In case you missed our Town Hall meeting on 2019/03/05, we've got the original HISD State of the District presentation available online. Check it out

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Featured Content

  • Hallsville Stadium Guidelines

    In an effort to make Hallsville ISD athletic events more enjoyable and safer for all spectators, we are posting policy information and UIL rules of conduct.

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  • Hallsville ISD School Board Calls $55 Million Bond Election

    Press Release: Hallsville ISD School Board Calls $55 Million Bond Election In a unanimous vote, the Hallsville ISD Board of Trustees called for a $55 million bond election at their regularly scheduled meeting on Monday, August 19. Residents who live in Hallsville ISD will have the opportunity to vote on the bond proposition during Early Voting, October 21 – November 1, and on Election Day, November 5.

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  • 2019 Bond Information

    Hallsville ISD has grown substantially over the past 10 years. In order to continue to thrive it is time for Hallsville ISD to expand to meet the needs of our students and community. Since the passage of the 2009 Bond, Hallsville ISD has grown by more than 900 students, or an average of 100 students per year. We need to assess conditions of current facilities, programs, and enrollment to determine how it has affected the growth of the District, and engage in long-range planning processes to address these needs.

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  • 2019 Town Hall Presentation

    In case you missed our Town Hall meeting on 2019/03/05, we've got the original HISD State of the District presentation available online.

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  • Superintendent Jeff Collum Goes to Austin

    Superintendent Jeff Collum was honored to represent HISD in Austin by serving on a Digital Learning Panel with TEA Commissioner Mike Morath and Legislators State Senator Larry Taylor and State Representative Jim Murphy

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  • 2017-18 Federal Report Card

    Hallsville ISD is sharing this information about the district and your child’s campus with you as part of its obligations under the federal No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (NCLB). Federal Report Cards for 2017–18 are now available. Every district that receives Title I, Part A funding is responsible for distributing the state-, district- and campus-level report cards to each of its campuses, the parents of all enrolled students, and the general public.

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  • It's What's Inside That Counts

    North Elementary ESL students have published a class book and will host their first annual "Book Premiere" and book signing the week of Jan 17-21. Each student author will autograph the back pages of the books that were purchased.

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  • All-Region & All-Area Band Students

    58 Bobcat Band students and All-Area students that participated in the competition at TJC in Tyler on Friday & Saturday. Congratulations on a job well done!

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  • Athletic Event Guidelines / Spectator Rules of Conduct

    Hallsville ISD has recently approved and will be implementing some new safety guidelines for all athletic events. We place a very high priority on ensuring that our students and patrons can be safe while attending and enjoying these events.

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  • 2017-2018 School Report Card

    This report card is designed to tell us how well we are helping students reach grade level and how well we are preparing them for success after high school. Much like the grades we give students, we can use these grades to identify ways to help schools improve over time.

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  • A Letter From Jeff Collum, Superintendent of Hallsville Schools

    Greetings and welcome back from the holidays! I hope and pray that everyone had a relaxing and refreshing break. I want to update everyone about TEA’s recently released new "A-F ratings” of schools and school districts across the state of Texas. I would like to first say, that Hallsville has always been established on the principles of doing what is best for students at all times. We are not defined by only state standardized tests that are given on one day during the school year.

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  • STAAR Test Security and Confidentiality

    The Texas Education Agency is required by law to create policies to ensure the security and confidentiality of these exams. As a district, it is our responsibility to make sure that we have procedures in place to comply with these policies. One of these requirements is that districts must ensure that students do not have access to electronics during testing.

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