Clubs and Organizations
Below you will find information on clubs and organization that students have the opportunity to participate in at Huddleston Elementary School. This information will include the name of the club / organization, mission / purpose of the club / organization, name of the club’s / organization’s faculty advisor, and a description of past or planned activities.
MISSION / PURPOSE
While increasing music knowledge, chorus shows others that music is fun, entertaining, energetic, and worthwhile.
Meets Tues. & Thurs. from 2:30 – 3:15.
Auditions offered to 4th and 5th grade students.
To learn respect and proper handling of
United States and Georgia State Flag
Students raise, lower and properly fold the flags daily. Offered to 5th graders.
The opportunity to learn about the traditional Japanese art of origami.
Mrs. Knight and led by parent volunteers.
Once a month
Offered to 3rd – 5th grades.
P.A.W.S. Running Club
To encourage all students to get physically active.
The PAWS (Physical Activity with Students) running club is open to all First through Fifth Graders!
Michael Davis and Julie King
Cumulative running record will be maintained. Offered before school from 7:15 – 7:30 to all 1st-5th graders
To encourage the love of reading and promote increased reading proficiency.
5th Lesli McDonald
Meet once a month to discuss books read. Offered to 4th and 5th grade students.
To learn the importance of safety and monitor students during arrival and departure.
Orientation and meet during school hours. Offered to 5th graders.
To increase knowledge of science as we practice and work together.
Meet after school to practice events and prepare for county meet.
Provide communication link between classrooms and school-wide activities.
Students will complete service projects and meet monthly, 2:15-3:15.
Offered to 1st – 5th grades.