AV Club creates a daily video announcement that is viewed by all Glenn Harmon students and staff. The purpose of the announcements is to keep everyone informed about events and news on campus or in the community, to remind staff and students about information relevant to their day, to reemphasize campus goals, and to celebrate the Harmon community.
3rd and 4th grade students participate in weekly afterschool basketball practices that begin in the fall. They compete against various basketball teams from other elementary schools across the district. Through the season they learn about basketball, build strength and stamina, and learn about hard work, discipline, and sportsmanship.
Sponsors: Jeremy Moore, SUCCESS Teacher & Jayden Thomas, Music Teacher
Students read five books that vary in genre, level and theme. As a club, they discuss the books in detail, the students create their own question challenges, and play book trivia as they also test their knowledge with online quizzes. The Final 5-6 students compete in a district competition.
3rd and 4th grade students on the team participate in weekly afterschool cheer practices. The cheer team learn cheers, chants, and motions while building teamwork and sportsmanship skills. They cheer at basketball games as well as perform at special Harmon events.
Students help maintain the organization of the library to help the Harmon patrons use and access the library resources. Library assistants shelve books, create displays, create book collections and assist other students in finding books and checking out. They help with other ongoing special projects as needed.
3rd and 4th grade students on the team participate in weekly afterschool step team practices. The step team learns the dance art of step. They learn movements, chants, and motions that build beats and rhythms. They perform at special Harmon events.
The Glenn Harmon Elementary Student Council is an elected group of 2nd through 4th grade representatives. Student Council Representatives serve as our student leaders and do special projects such as: beautify Harmon’s campus, put on a talent show, plan fun events for students, participate in service projects, and so much more. Applications go out in October and voting takes place in November.
Sponsors: Andrea Mosley, Counselor, Keisha Hickerson, Assistant Principal, Jennifer Atmore, Special Education Teacher & Angela Casey, 2nd Grade Teacher