• 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.

UIL Academics

  • On Jan. 27, the Hallsville Intermediate and Hallsville Junior High UIL Academics teams (grades 6-8) competed in the District Middle School UIL meet held in Sulphur Springs. Seven schools were represented, with over 450 students providing some tough competition. The Bobcats came in second place overall sweepstakes! Additionally, each grade was ranked according to their scores and the results were:

    • 8th Grade: 1st Place
    • 7th Grade: 2nd Place
    • 6th Grade: 3rd Place

    Congratulations to all of those students involved in UIL! Be on the lookout for information on our end-of-year trip to Splash Kingdom in May!

    The District UIL Meet will be held at Pine Tree Middle School on Saturday, Feb. 24. Please mark your calendars to make sure that we have our entire team in attendance.

    UIL Sixth Grade Results @ Sulphur Springs

    • Calculator (2nd Place team) -- Conley Bice (2nd), Kade Spyhalski (3rd), Ava LaGrone (5th)
    • Dictionary (2nd Place team) -- Sarah Turlington (2nd)
    • Editorial Writing -- Skye Phillips (4th)
    • Listening Skills -- Iker Moreno (5th)
    • Maps, Graphs, & Charts (2nd Place team) -- Zoey Zhorne (3rd), Zoey Richardson (5th), Ava LaGrone (6th)
    • Mathematics (2nd Place team)
    • Number Sense (2nd Place team) -- Conley Bice (2nd), Zoey Richardson (6th)
    • Oral Reading/Poetry -- Natalie Boughton (2nd)
    • Ready Writing -- Maddyn Bogue (3rd), Camdyn Bogue (5th)
    • Science (1st Place team) -- Colton Butcher (1st)
    • Social Studies (3rd Place team) -- Logan Crawford (5th), Caroline Stewart (6th)
    • Spelling -- Madelyn Hara (3rd)

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HIS Mission, Vision, & Values

  • Our Mission

    "Our HIS works together to support growth for all students to reach their fullest potential as they become a community of lifelong learners."

    Our Vision

    "Focused Education + Diverse Students = Lifelong Learners"

    Our Values

    Collaborative | Creative | Compassionate | Flexible | Accountable | Positive

Title I Schoolwide

  • What Determines Schoolwide Status?

    The number of students must meet certain income criteria (qualify for free or reduced lunch prices). We rely on parents to complete the proper forms each year, even if you don't want the lunches.

    How Are Title I Funds Spent On Campuses?

    • Supplies for all students, including personal electronic devices, classroom supplies, technology for the classroom, supplemental curriculum
    • Additional staff, including intervention teachers, classroom assistants, extra tutorial support, and behavior assistants

Feature Teacher

  • Mrs. Susie Benton is the most amazing teammate! Her quick wit, big smile, and positive outlook keep us going on the most challenging days. There's never a dull moment when she is around. We are lucky to have her expertise in reading. Her ability to help students grow and strengthen their skills is unmatched. She always has helpful information and great ideas to share and generously spends her time gathering all the data we need to set the stage for success for our students. Being an encouragement to our RLA team and to her students is probably her biggest strength. We can always count on her to lift up all those around her. An extra special bonus are the yummy snacks she so often supplies! I don't know what we would do without her squirrel-loving energy! We think Mrs. Benton is the best!


    Miss Lacy Bridges is doing a phenomenal job with her GT classes as well as being a team player helping others during times of need! She puts great effort in her classes and with communication. Miss Bridges has a can-do attitude and tackles any challenge that has been handed to her. Way to go Miss Bridges!


    Mrs. Whitney McDonald is an incredibly valuable addition to our RLA team this year! We are absolutely thrilled that she decided to join us. With her extensive years of experience and a multitude of great ideas, she brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to assist our students in their learning journey. Beyond her skills and expertise, Mrs. McDonald is also an absolute joy to be around. Her positive energy is truly contagious and uplifts everyone around her. One of Mrs. McDonald's greatest strengths is her ability to establish meaningful connections with each and every one of her students. She genuinely takes the time to get to know them on a personal level, fostering a strong and important relationship that helps create a positive learning environment. With her dedication to their success, she constantly seeks out ways to help her students reach their highest potential. Mrs. McDonald's commitment to going above and beyond the classroom. She is always willing to lend a helping hand and is often the first to volunteer whenever there is a task that needs to be accomplished. Her willingness to contribute and support others is truly admirable. Perhaps the most inspiring aspect of Mrs. McDonald is the positive effect she has on those around her. Her impact extends far beyond the walls of her classroom, making a difference in our entire school and community. Her passion for education and her students is truly remarkable. Having her on our team is an absolute privilege, and we are grateful for all that she brings to our RLA program this year.


    Mrs. Emily Hill has been teaching for 19 years, and with her experience and knowledge she brings so much to the 6th Grade RLA team. She has a huge passion for helping her students to reach their full potential. Not only is she a wonderful teacher to her students, she is an amazing mentor to other teachers around campus. She loves spending time with her two dogs, Brownie and Brady, as well as spending time with her husband, Mike. She has to have her Dr Peppers and coffee to start her day!


    "I'd like to nominate the power pair of Mrs. Jena Peck and Mrs. Tania Moreno. Both teachers consistently have smiles on their faces. They their students really well and go over and beyond in meeting their needs. When they notice a problem, they both focus on finding a solution. Their attention to detail, incredible work ethics, and positive attitudes are having such a positive impact on our students, campus, and our society's future!"


     

2023-2024 Intermediate Bell Schedule

  • Hallsville Intermediate will be on a new bell schedule this year, with the first bell ringing at 7:40 a.m., tardy bell at 7:45 a.m., and dismissal at 3:30 p.m. Dismissal on Early Release days will be at 12:30 p.m.

Campus Information

Bulletin Board

  • Book Fair

    Yearbook


    Backpack Club Donations Needed

    It's that time of the year when our students need your donations! This service provides food over the weekend and holidays to students that are food insecure. It only takes about $200 per year for each child to receive the extra support.

    Donate by clicking here, OR you can send donations to:

    P.O. Box 810
    c/o Special Programs Dept.
    Hallsville, TX 75650


    No Vaping

    If your student possesses or uses a vape on district property, or at a district event, by law, they MUST by placed in a disciplinary alternative education program (DAEP) according to HB 114 enacted by the Texas Legislature in 2023.

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