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HALLS HIGH DRESS CODE
2013 – 2014
Please use the following guidelines when you begin your back to school shopping.
(belts are suggested) Pants must be worn above the hips – NO SAGGING
Hats are not allowed in the building (either sex)
(shorts and skirts) Shorts and skirts must be within 3 inches from the knees
The above listed are guidelines; the following are specifically prohibited at school:
Sophies and/or their equivalent
Athletic shorts (Nike, etc…)
Chubbies
Bandanas
Mid-drifts
Tanktops or shoulder straps without a covering garment
(No) exposed cleavage
Again, the above listed are prohibited during school hours.
Note: This Dress Code has been approved by the Knox County School Board, and is unique to Halls High School. (2009)
Update!! We now have a front door Entry system. It is located on the brick wall to your right as you approach the front doors. It comes complete with a doorbell and a camera; just press the button and smile.
Michael Toth has joined us as an Assistant Principal. Mr. Toth has been an administrator for three years, serving on the Karns staff. Please join me in welcoming Michael to our Halls family. 




North Knox Career and Technical Education Center

 Thousands of comprehensive high schools, technical high schools, area technical centers, community colleges and universities offer career and technical education programs. Virtually every high school student takes at least one career and technical education course. Over 76% will take three or more courses in a single program area. One-third of college students are involved in career and technical programs, and as many as 40 million adults engage in short-term postsecondary occupational training. Thousands of Knox County young people get their start each year in exciting and rewarding Career-Technical Education (CTE) courses.  Secondary Career-Technical Education can be the first step in a pathway toward a rewarding career and lifetime of opportunities, whether students plan to further their education in community colleges, technical schools, or four-year colleges and universities, The mission of Career-Technical Education is to help empower students for effective participation in a global society. CTE programs are designed to contribute to the broad academic achievement of all students by showing the relevance of academic content through real world application. These programs also develop their ability to work independently, understand the importance of team work, think creatively and solve problems through the use of technology. 
 
 
Principal
Mark Duff

Assistant Principals
Dana Hall
Michael Wise
Michael Toth


Secretary / Bookkeeper   Judith Davis

 


Mission Statement

Our goal is to prepare each student to be thoughtful,
confident and self-reliant, equipped with the knowledge
and integrity to face the challenges of his/her complex world.

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