Welcome to the Beadle HAL Home Page!



                     Beadle HAL Facilitator: Mrs. Julie Hahn  
 
The High-Ability Learners (HAL) program at the middle school level is different from the elementary program. HAL at the middle level is not a pull-out program in which the students meet regularly with the HAL Facilitator. Instead, the majority of differentiation takes place in the classroom under the guidance of the classroom teacher.

Students may meet with the HAL facilitator for special projects or units at various times throughout the year. Students also have the opportunity to participate in enrichment activities such as math competitions, quiz bowls, and the Scripps spelling bee. HAL students have the opportunity to attend seminars throughout the year.


The best way to contact me is by email:  jlhahn@mpsomaha.org

Follow Beadle Middle School HAL on Twitter:  @BMSHAL_Hahn

Academic Talent Identification Programs/ACT/SAT 6,7,or 8th grade 

    Many of these programs offer a one-step registration option that combines registering for the academic talent search program with registering for the ACT. In some instances, additional test centers have been established that are available only for students participating in the academic talent search program. Talent search participants are advised to follow the instructions they receive from their respective program to register for the ACT. This may require registering directly with the talent search program rather than using ACT online registration or an ACT registration packet.  MPS does not encourage or discourage students from participating in the Academic Talent Identification Programs.  Programs are listed on the website below:

http://www.actstudent.org/regist/jrhigh.html

https://tip.duke.edu/

http://cty.jhu.edu/talent/index.html

https://www2.education.uiowa.edu/belinblank/Students/BESTS/


Information on Destination Imagination at Beadle:

https://sites.google.com/mpsomaha.org/destination-imagination-bms/home


HAL Curriculum night Presentation


HAL log link

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1qKi2HGHzye4CF358pr0n7jCk_IIQsxMmHyDACdZzz4w/edit?usp=sharing

HAL Surveys

HAL Students:  Please complete the grade appropriate HAL survey below.

6th grade HAL Survey:  https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1MJwJQ8KvLb8liObXoBO8dnCN6597pz8ZRndS9p-eYRU/edit


7th grade HAL Survey:  https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1mkEnTgJPkpmz6NjBNHisBoaB_8TQtqewQ1LeDfqcea0/edit


8th grade HAL Survey:  https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1N_4lwO6hFLAAtmM49Z76sfZV1FaWN0dnRz5hHFB6bLY/edit

Upcoming HAL Seminars/ meetings

Sept. 17th:  7th zoo

Sept. 19th:  Beadle Written Spelling Bee 3:00-3:20, all students welcom

Sept. 25th:  8th Advanced Genetics Study with Dr. Maurice Godfrey from UNMC

Oct. 1st:  8th Advanced Forensics @ Douglas Co Crime lab

Oct. 2nd:  7th Genetics @ CMS

Oct. 8th:  7th Wildlife Conservation at DeSoto National Wildlife Refuge

Oct. 9th:  8th Lauritzen Garden Botany Study

Oct. 22nd:  6th grade Celebrate Creativity @ Joslyn Art Museum

Oct. 25th: 7-8th grade Celebrate Creativity @ Joslyn Art Museum

Oct. 29th:  District Spelling Bee @ DSAC, 3:30-5:00

Nov. 4th:  8th grade E-mission Space Station Alpha @ BMS

Nov. 5th:  6th grade Valley Weather Service presentation @ BMS

Nov. 8th:  7th grade Engineering, UNL Engineering Ambassador presentation @ BMS

Nov. 21st:  7-8th grade First National Bank Finance/Economics Seminar @ FNB downtown

Nov. 22nd:  6th grade Engineering with UNL Engineering Ambassador  @ BMS

Nov. 26th:  7th grade Forensic Science Seminar @ BMS

Dec. 10th: 7-8th Clarkson University Health Science Seminar

Dec. 12th 7-8th Quiz Bowl @ ESU#3

Dec. 18th:  8th Writer's Workshop @ UNO