Give your child an experience they will appreciate and remember for a lifetime.
Accepting transfers, tuition free. First come first served. Limited seating in each class. Waiting list will be developed when class fills.
Visit campus any time.
Many other programs and activities such as UIL, Field Trips, Rio Brazos Basketball League*, Health Fair, Fine Arts Programs, PE Program, Spring Carnival, Bike Unit, Field Day, Splash Day, Grandparent’s Day, Red Ribbon Week, and more.
"We have seen an incredible change in Bill since starting Hallsburg in January. He really enjoys coming to school now and has taken a sudden interest in the books in his room to read."
"Wanted to thank you so much for notifying me today regarding John's recent behaviors. You have made learning fun for him and I cannot praise you enough for that. The transition has been most beneficial for him."
Is Hallsburg a private school?
Due to our small size and commitment to the individual child, many compare Hallsburg to a private school but we are a fully accredited public school serving students Kindergarten through the Sixth Grade. Hallsburg has been rated an Exemplary District by TEA since 2009.
Does Hallsburg accept out-of-district transfers?
Yes we do. As of the 2016-17 school year, Hallsburg has more transfer students than resident students enrolled, transferring from eleven different districts. We welcome new friends from all over the area.
How much is tuition or the transfer fee?
There is no tuition or transfer fee to attend Hallsburg Elementary School.
How does the district afford to accept transfers for free?
The school district receives money from the state, determined by the number of students in the district. The district benefits by receiving increased revenue due to increased enrollment.
Is transportation available for my child?
The district does not provide transportation out of the district, but a transfer student is welcome to catch a regular route bus in the district and ride to school or a pick-up destination after school.
Are all transfer requests granted?
No. Please review district policy FDA(LOCAL), under the transfer section of our web site. We try to accommodate as many requests as possible but unfortunately, we occasionally have to deny transfer requests.
How many students are in the classes?
Class sizes vary depending on the grade. We have one class per grade. Our optimum number per class is 18 to 20 students.
I have to be at work early in the morning. What are the hours for my child?
The cafeteria is open at 7:00 am for early student drop-off. The preferred drop-off time is between 7:25 and 7:30, allowing your child time to eat breakfast and participate in the mileage club before school starts. School is over at 3:30 pm. There is a quality after school program that your child can attend for a minimal fee, which will allow you to pick them up anytime up to 5:45 pm.
Where do Hallsburg students go to school after the 6th grade?
Resident students have a choice of attending Mart or Riesel ISD when they finish the 6th grade at Hallsburg. Transportation is provided to both of these districts. Students also have the option to transfer to Axtell or any other district of their choosing if they meet that district’s transfer criteria and they can provide their own transportation. Hallsburg transfer students must go back to their resident district for 7th grade or apply for a transfer elsewhere, but it will not be affiliated with Hallsburg.