THURSDAY: It's a busy night for the Tigers! HS Baseball hosts Galena at 5:00. HS Softball hosts Crane at 5:30. JH Volleyball hosts Bradleyville at 5:30. JH Baseball travels to Morrisville with a start time of 5:00. Fill those stands, Tiger fans! #HurleyTigerUp
27 days ago, Laci Maxwell
sports
Dr. Matt Summers has served as the Superintendent of Schools in Green Forest, AR, for the past 12 years. He is retiring from this role to join Hurley as the Superintendent of Schools, starting on July 1. Matt and his wife Beth have been married for 34 years and are both graduates of Southwest Baptist University. Matt completed his graduate studies, including a Masters, Specialist, and Doctorate, at Lindenwood University. They have two adult sons who work as firemen, and they adore their granddaughter who holds a special place in their hearts. Outside of school, Matt enjoys fishing and spending time on the water. Expressing his excitement, Dr. Summers stated, "I am thrilled about this opportunity. Dr. Pope and the Hurley board members have been incredibly kind and welcoming. I eagerly anticipate meeting the staff, students, and community members very soon." Join us in extending a warm welcome to Dr. Matt Summers as he joins the Hurley community. Dr. Summers brings a wealth of experience and enthusiasm to his new role as Superintendent of Schools, and we are excited to have him on board.
27 days ago, Hurley Tigers
Dr. Matt Summers
High Schoolers attended Build My Future at OEF today to visit multiple trade professionals. They participated and spoke with representatives from the construction, welding, carpentry, plumbing, concrete/asphalt, heavy machinery, and electricity fields as well as many more. This is an amazing opportunity for our students to recognize the need for trades workers and offer our seniors potential summer and future jobs. We had a blast exploring these areas and look forward to future opportunities!
27 days ago, Laura Motley-Mahnken
Build My Future
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HELPING HANDS OF STONE SOUP has shared the following information: Subject: HUMAN TRAFFICKING TRAINING I wanted to share this vital information regarding the training with Dan Nash, who is with the Human Trafficking Training Center, a Nationwide training organization. This is a rare training event for Southwest Missouri as they target major cities across America. They also have training for first responders on Thursday, March 28th. Please share this with as many people as you can in your community to help stop human trafficking. Childcare is available for tonight's training at Monett Nazarene Church at 6 pm. If you cannot attend this event, we would like to invite you to our event on April 11th at Crane High School from 6 to 8 p.m. Please share this with as many people in our community as possible! Thank you, Margie Williams Treasurer Helping Hands of Stone Soup
28 days ago, Hurley Tigers
Monett
The bus will leave for Build My Future tomorrow morning at 8:00 AM and return at 3:30 PM. All participants must wear closed toe shoes. Pants are highly recommended for participation at many trade booths. Lunch and a T-shirt will be provided to all participants.
28 days ago, Laura Motley-Mahnken
We are excited to announce that our school's prom will be held on May 4th, 2024, at the Ozarks Event Center in Nixa, MO. Prom is a special event for our students, offering them an opportunity to celebrate their achievements and create lasting memories with friends and classmates. We look forward to celebrating this milestone with our students and creating a memorable prom night for everyone involved! If you have any questions, please reach out to Allie Lumpkin at alumpkin@hurleytigers.org.
28 days ago, Allie Lumpkin
PROM
TUESDAY: Tiger baseball hosts Sparta. First pitch is at 5:00. Let's go, Tigers! #HurleyTigerUp
29 days ago, Laci Maxwell
sports
We are excited to announce that our school's prom will be held on May 4th, 2024 at the Ozarks Event Center in Nixa, MO. Prom is a special event for our students, offering them an opportunity to celebrate their achievements and create lasting memories with friends and classmates. We look forward to celebrating this milestone with our students and creating a memorable prom night for everyone involved! If you have any questions, please reach out to Allie Lumpkin at alumpkin@hurleytigers.org.
29 days ago, Allie Lumpkin
PROM
We're thrilled to announce that next year's district calendar is now accessible on our website! You can view and download the calendar by clicking the following link: https://www.hurleytigers.org/page/district-calendar. 🗓️ A big thank you to everyone who provided feedback and suggestions during the calendar development process. Your input has been instrumental in creating a calendar that aligns with the needs of our school community.
29 days ago, Hurley Tigers
MONDAY: JH Volleyball hosts Fordland at 5:30. Fill those stands, Tiger fans! Baseball and softball games for the evening have been canceled due to weather. They will be made up at a later date. #HurleyTigerUp
30 days ago, Laci Maxwell
sports
Set those alarms, Tigers! School is in session Monday. #HurleyTigerUp
about 1 month ago, Laci Maxwell
reminder
Hurley Archery competed in the MoNASP State Tournament at the Branson Convention Center from March 20th to 23rd, 2024. A total of 3800 archers from 268 schools vied for state titles and a chance at the National Tournament. The Elementary Team secured spots in the National tournament in both Bullseye (8th place with a score of 2944) and 3-D (6th place with a score of 1443). The Middle School Team also qualified for the National tournament in 3-D with a score of 1500. During the competition, 13 archers set personal records in Bullseye, and 8 achieved personal bests in 3-D. Noteworthy performances by Danayla Lawrence, who earned 9th place in the Elementary Female division with a score of 265, and Aiden Whittington, who secured 2nd place in 3-D with a score of 272, earning a trophy, a medal, and a ticket to Nationals. Kudos to Stockton LeForce for consistently performing well and landing in 11th place overall in Bullseye after a tight competition in the final round. Congratulations to all the archers on their accomplishments! The next challenge awaits at the National tournament from May 9th to 11th in Louisville, Kentucky.
about 1 month ago, Hurley Tigers
Aiden
Danayla
Wish Caysen Youngblood good luck this afternoon as he prepares to play in the SWMO All-Star game! He will play with other stand-out players from around the region at BBC in Springfield. Way to go, Caysen! We're proud of you! #HurleyTigerUp
about 1 month ago, Laci Maxwell
sports
REMINDER: School will be in session Monday, March 25. We will not have school on Friday, March 29. #HurleyTigerUp
about 1 month ago, Laci Maxwell
reminder
Congrats to Madi Conrad and Dacia Grubbs on their homeruns at Friday's home game. Madi hit three, and Dacia hit one. Way to go, Tigers! #HurleyTigerUp
about 1 month ago, Laci Maxwell
sports
FRIDAY: Hurley Softball hosts Wheaton. First pitch is at 5:00. Fill those stands, Tiger fans! #HurleyTigerUp
about 1 month ago, Laci Maxwell
sports
FFA will be selling donuts tomorrow morning! Happy Friday!
about 1 month ago, Laura Motley-Mahnken
Congratulations to our Archery team! The elementary team qualified for nationals in Bullseye and 3D. The junior high team qualified for nationals in 3D, and results are pending for our high school archers. We're proud of you! #HurleyTigerUp
about 1 month ago, Laci Maxwell
archery
THURSDAY: JH Volleyball will play at Wheaton at 5:00. 3-5 Basketball will host Wheaton at 4:30. Let's go, Tigers! #HurleyTigerUp
about 1 month ago, Laci Maxwell
sports
Hurley R-I School District is currently seeking qualified candidates for various positions, including elementary teacher, physical education instructor, part-time music teacher, social studies teacher, school nurse, and coaching opportunities. To apply, visit www.hurleytigers.org/page/employment or contact Mrs. Burke at 417-369-3271 or kyburke@hurleytigers.org. Join us in making a positive impact on our students' education and well-being!
about 1 month ago, Hurley Tigers