About our school clubs.
- Debate Team
- Radical Readers Book Club
- Reader's Rally Club
- Running Club
- Tech Club
- Wildcat Pathfinders
Wildcats Art Club
The Harmony Wildcats Art Club is established to promote a creative outlet for those students seeking additional art. Students will be creating their own art as well as working collaboratively. The group will also work towards art awareness within the surrounding community.
The Wildcats Art Club is open to Harmony 4th grade students and will meet most Wednesday mornings at 7:30.
Faculty Advisor Maryann Craig
Chorus is open to 4th and 5th graders. The club's mission is to develop young vocalists' technique and singing styles through exciting repertoire. The Chorus Club performs for the community through a fall concert as well as a spring musical in which club members may choose to audition. Information about the musical will release in the late fall semester.
Chorus Club dues are $15, which pays for t-shirts and a live, professional pianist.
Chorus Club rehearsals start on August 25th at 7:00am. It is imperative that parents drop their students off in the car rider lane at 7:00, as the rehearsal begins as soon as each student enters the building. This is a change from last year's start time, which was 7:20. Because both 4th and 5th grade will rehearse at the same time, the club time has been extended. If you arrive in the car rider line, and a teacher is not there to greet your student, you must walk them in through the front doors to the music room yourself.
Director: Corinne Klemenc
Harmony Debate Team
The Harmony Elementary School Debate Team is established to promote and allow students to enhance their listening, speaking, and empathy while learning to make a reasonable, logical case for or against a position.. Students will be learning and using research and technology skills as well as working collaboratively.
The Harmony Elementary Debate Team is open to Harmony 4th and 5th grade students and will meet most Monday mornings at 7:45 AM beginning October 3, 2016.
Faculty Advisor: Annette Phillips
Radical Readers Book Club 2016-17
The Radical Readers Book Club is open to second and third grade students. The first meeting will be Friday, September 23, 2016 at 7:45 a.m. We will meet each Friday at 7:45 to read and discuss books. The purpose of our club is to promote a love of reading so that our students will become lifelong readers.
Ask in the media center for an application to join the Radical Readers. We look forward to a great year of reading and fun!
Marie Kennedy, Media Specialist
Dolores Craven, Media Clerk
Reader's Rally Club
The Reader’s Rally Club is open to fourth and fifth grade students. We will meet on Friday mornings at 7:40, starting September 23, to read and discuss book nominees for the year. Each club member will read at least ten books from the Gwinnett County Reader’s Rally list. The books are available in the media center, the public library, or local bookstores. Ten members of the school club will be selected for the Gwinnett County Reader’s Rally Team based on the total number of books read, success in a local school reading quiz bowl, and commitment to the team.
Books for 2016-2017: A Night Divided by Jennifer A. Nielsen, Almost Super by Marion Jensen, Crenshaw by Katherine Applegate, El Deafo by Cece Bell, Fish In A Tree by Lynda Mulally Hunt, Frank Einstein and the Animated Motor by Jon Scieszka, Locomotive by Brian Floca, Masterminds by Gordon Korman, Mr. Ferris and His Wheel by Kathryn Davis, Nerd Camp by Elissa Weissman, Nickel Bay Nick by Dean Pitchford, Separate is Never Equal: Slyvia Mendez by Duncan Tonatiuh, The Girl from Felony Bay by John Thompson, The Vanishing Coin by Kate Eagan, and The War That Saved My Life by Kimberly Bradley
Faculty Advisors: Tina Lee, Sarah Wileman
HARMONY RUNNING CLUB
FOR: 4TH-5th grade students, open to the first 40 students to register
Purpose: The purpose of the club is to provide physical fitness enrichment by encouraging our students to become interested in distance running at a young age. All activities will be held on campus throughout the duration of the club except for an optional race to conclude the club.
Please note: sign-up information will be distributed in the winter. Once again, there will be no cost for the club.
Parents: Parents will be asked to pick up students from school promptly at 4:15 each day the club meets.
Sr. Wildcat Pathfinders are 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade student leaders interested in improving and using their leadership skills. These students will apply to be a Pathfinder and will be selected based on teacher/class references, positive behavior, and academic achievement. They will have the opportunity to increase their leadership skills through our partnership with Mill Creek high school students and the GCPS Elementary Peer Leader Conference. Pathfinders will then demonstrate their leadership skills through mentoring younger students, welcoming new students, planning school wide events, and participating in service projects.
Jr. Wildcat Pathfinders are kindergarten through 2nd grade student leaders. They will have the opportunity to learn leadership skills from the Sr. Pathfinders and will demonstrate their leadership skills through welcoming new students and leading their class in service projects.
Parent permission is required. Dates and Times TBA.
Advised by Amanda Andrews, School Counselor