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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...

Halecreek Raises Money for Heart Health

Jump Rope for Heart is a program that veteran teacher Gail Milspaugh has stood behind for more than 20 years. The program benefits the American Heart Association, whose main mission is to prevent heart disease and stroke. “ I want all of my students to have healthy hearts. The AHA provides...

Staff Bring Kids to Work

Take Our Daughters And Sons To Work Day has been in existence for over two decades. The day is designed to enrich the lives of boys and girls, by exposing them to what a parent or mentor does in their profession. Staff at Halecreek Elementary proved that they share this vision by bringing their...

Congrats, Mrs. Hall! You're Jay Towers in the Morning's Teacher of the Week!

Halecreek Elementary Parent Jessica C. wrote:

Mrs. Hall has been an amazing 3rd grade teacher so far to my daughter! She is kind and very informational and focuses on every student and their higher learning. My daughter has become great at math and English due to her methods. She even...

Students Receive Backpacks

Kristen Fuss the principal at Halecreek Elementary understands that the success of her students is partially determined by them having necessary resources. That is why State Representative Erica Geiss, along with AT&T Representatives Robert Jones and Gregory Clark stepped up to donate 50...

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.