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Relay for Life Raises Funds

This June, Halecreek students, staff, and volunteers worked alongside Relay for Life with a Relay Recess walk to raise awareness and funds for the American Cancer Society. Students walked in order to honor the people in their lives that have been afflicted with cancer. Funds from this year’s...

Take Your Child to Work Day

Halecreek had 18 little helpers join our staff for Take Your Child To Work Day this April. It was a great opportunity for our staff to help these children experience education through the lens of the teacher. Perhaps the experience will lead to a few of them wanting to become educators...

School Cafe Promotes Reading

This March, Halecreek Elementary students were able to enjoy hot chocolate, pastries, and good books in the Starbooks Café! The café was put on as part of our celebration of March is Reading Month. Special thanks to Mrs. Chattuck and Mr. Carter for being awesome baristas for our students.

School Supply List 2018-2019

Kindergarten

  • Backpack (NO wheels)
  • Crayons (24 count)
  • 2 Large glue stick
  • 3 Packs of pencils
  • 1 School box
  • 1 Change of clothes (in case of accidents)
  • 1 Set of earbuds/...

2017-2018 School Supply Wish List

Please label materials with name, grade and teacher.

Kindergarten

  • Backpack (NO wheels)
  • Crayons (24 count)
  • 2 Large glue stick
  • 3 Packs of pencils
  • 1 School box
  • 1 Change of...

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At Halecreek, we are committed to building respectful, responsible leaders. We…

Lead by example
Establish high expectations
Achieve goals together
Develop lifelong learners

Our vision is to create a culture of empowered leaders who live the 7 Habits in school, at home, and in the community.

We believe that...

  • All students can learn.
  • Every child learns best in a safe and respectful environment where high academic expectations, a sense of pride, and problem solving strategies are promoted.
  • A variety of teaching strategies, meaningful materials, and technology should be used to maximize student potential and individual learning styles.
  • A quality education, continuous improvements, and positive communications are the shared responsibility of the school, home, and community.