• 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.

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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

  • Feature Teacher Mrs. Jena Peck

    Mrs. Tania Moreno

    "I'd like to nominate the power pair of Mrs. Peck and Mrs 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.

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  • Christmas Penny Wars Fundraiser

    From Nov. 13-Dec. 20, Hallsville Intermediate is raising funds to support families and students in our district. To make it fun, students are put into groups and are competing to get the most points. Silver coins = -1 point, Pennies = +1. Students are encouraged to put their silver change in their opponents' bottles and pennies in their group's bottles. The group with the most points wins a pizza party during lunch after Christmas break. Help us support our community by sending your spare change to school with your child.

    Bobcat Blessings

    It's Christmas Time (well, it will be soon)! The Bobcat Blessings Project (formerly Angel Tree) provides Christmas gifts for needy children to help them know the joy that the season brings. How you can help:

    • Volunteer to sponsor a BOBCAT by filling out the form here.
      • A "wish list" will be emailed to you before Thanksgiving Break.
      • Bring gifts to HISD Administration on November 30 or December 1
    • Make a donation
      • Mail checks to PO Box 810, Hallsville, TX 75650 c/o Federal & Special Programs

    Thank you for your generosity!

    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.