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Mission

Our mission is to empower students to reach their fullest potential as lifelong learners and to make positive contributions to society by inspiring them to be honest, respectful, and personally responsible.

The Knights’ Creed

Be Honest. Be Respectful. Be Personally Responsible.You are blessed with talent. Use it to make a positive difference.

Vision

Our vision is for all of us to read, write, and reason to our fullest potential; to expand our capacity for positive influence; to take responsibility for our personal growth; and to continually seek to become the best version of ourselves for the benefits of others.

AOD at South Hall.

“Lead with Character. Serve with Compassion. Follow the Creed
— Be honest. Be respectful. Be personally responsible.”

The HCSD has consulted with the emergency operating center, and while rainfall was consistent last night, the flooding concern did not materialize. Roads are in good shape. We will have a normal school day today. Have a great day! #hall_schools

Great night of middle school basketball! Congratulations to the @ChestateeAcad Lady War Eagles and the @northhallmiddle Trojans. The 2020 Hall County Champs!

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Parent Institute Tips

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Help your teen keep track of math’s puzzle pieces Much of math is like a puzzle. It can be hard to see where the new piece fits until you look at the existing pieces. Don’t let your teen lose too many pieces of the puzzle. Even if she has no math homework due the next […]

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Improve the rhythm of communication Get your teen to talk about a song he likes and you may hear the music (and your teen) in a new way. Ask, “What do you like about this band? Do the words remind you of anything?” You may also want to share a favorite song of your own. […]

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Students get more out of reading when they take notes Taking notes when reading is one of the secrets to success in high school. Share these tips with your teen to make it easier: Instead of taking notes after every sentence, she should read a section first, then summarize its main ideas. Encourage her to […]