Band Day is a always an event Hannibal residents look forward to each year. Marching bands from around the region gather in America's Hometown for a parade down Broadway, and then a field show at Porter Stadium.
It's Homecoming Week in Hannibal. The Hannibal High School Homecoming Parade was held at 6 p.m. Wednesday evening down Broadway. Players, cheerleaders, the Pirate Pride Marching Band and Hannibal residents turned out in their black and red to show school spirit during the parade.
It was heartbreaking this morning to read of the passing of MaryAnn St. Clair, a longtime teacher, coach, and - as wife of Hannibal Pirate head football coach Mark St. Clair - “football mom” to years and years of former players. I had the privilege of being in Mrs. St. Clair’s class twice when I was in high school. No, I did not flunk. She was my ninth grade Social Studies teacher, and she also ta
Hannibal school officials are postponing the annual Hannibal Band Day festivities due to the rainy, inclement weather. This year's parade and field show are being pushed back one week to Tuesday, October 21.
Hannibal High School, along with the Missouri School-College Relations Commission, will be sponsoring a College and Career Night on Thursday, September 26. The event will be held in the Hannibal High School Cafeteria from 6:30 to 8 p.m. and is open to all students and parents but it is specifically designed for Juniors and Seniors.