HHS & HJH will be observing Red Ribbon Week 10/22 - 10/26/18.
Dress Up Days include:
Monday - Give Drugs the Boot - Wear your boots
Tuesday - Sock it to Drugs - wear crazy socks
Wednesday - Orange Out Day - Don't let Drugs Bully You – Wear Orange
Thursday - Put a Cap on Drugs - wear a cap
Friday - We're Too Bright for Drugs - Wear bright colors
Pictures for all 9th - 11th grade students will be taken on Tuesday, September 11th.
Students absent on that day will have the opportunity to retake their pictures on Tuesday, October 23rd.
Students and Parents,
Please disregard the high school bell schedule that was printed in the latest edition of our local newspaper. The 2018-2019 HHS Bell Schedule is totally different than the information that was printed. You can find our bell schedule on our district website and Facebook page. Plus, every student will receive a current bell schedule at orientation. We apologize for any confusion.
On June 11th, the HISD Board of Trustees adopted revisions to the student dress code. The approach we took was to give students a list of choices regarding clothing. Students must only wear clothing that is on the choice list.
Hallettsville ISD is now accepting referrals for students who may need Gifted/Talented Services. The program is designed for students who exhibit intellectual abilities at an extraordinary level not normally served in the regular classroom. Services are provided only upon identification of education needs of the student. Forms are due November 17, 2017.
Hallettsville ISD's Board of Trustees approved the HISD District of Innovation Plan on April 25, 2017.
Please click here to view Hallettsville ISD's District of Innovation Plan
Please contact Donnie Steffek at 361-798-2242 ext 490
It's not too early to being preparing for the ACT & SAT!!
You’re almost done with high school. Just one more year to go! Senior year is a big deal, but luckily there are some things that you can do now to prepare for college applications and make your final year much less stressful. Get started with these five tips.
But what does that mean??!!!
Time is passing quickly and students need to be completing their FAFSA forms to determine if they are eligible to receive federal student aid. See the attached link for more information regarding this important application.
College Board booklet for parents and students.
Something for everyone..................
Middle school through senior year!!!
This website (from Houston Community College) serves several purposes. The most important one is to better prepare you for the TSI Assessment placement test. Better placement will save you time and money by not having to take extra coursework before reaching college level.
Be sure you review the information on both the “About TSI” and the “TSI Practice Test” tabs. For additional practice, be sure to go to the Reading, Writing, and Math Review tabs.
Prepaying your child's college tuition.
It's never too early to start saving!!