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Comic Book Club

The Comic Book Club began in 2016. The group was formed with the goal of introducing reluctant readers to a type of literature that could possibly serve as a launching point for a pattern of lifelong reading. Students will be receiving a variety of print comic books and will be exposed to online comic book sources. We will meet each Monday from 2:45pm until 3:45pm sharp.

Justin Evans
Pre-K Instructor
Gullatt Elementary
(770) 969-3425



C.H. Gullatt “Dancing Divas” 

The Dancing Divas ultimate responsibility is to promote school spirit by demonstrating a positive attitude at school wide events. To promote this the following polices and guidelines shall be in effect. 

Purpose of Dance Team Members 

  • To promote school spirit through performances at school events. • To uphold the school’s vision and mission. 
  • To develop positive teamwork and leadership traits in each member and to develop a personal understanding of each members’ abilities and limitations. 
  • To learn to follow as well, as to lead and to respect each other. 


Mission of the The C.H. Gullatt “Dancing Divas” 

Our mission as the coaches, parents, and members of the Dancing Divas is to create aPoss is to promote a positive and supportive team. atmosphere every day. We will encourage our dancers to become great athletes, students, and young women. Everyone will do their best in making decisions based on the best interest of the team. We will show mutual respect and open communication to all members of the team. The primary focus will be on dancing and we will work to enjoy everything that comes with being a part of the C.H. Gullatt “Dancing Divas” legacy.

C.H. Gullatt Dance Team Committee: Brandie Clemmons, Director Jumoke Oyesanya, Assistant Director


Junior Beta Club

The Jr. Beta Club recognizes and promotes high academic achievement, rewards and nurtures worthy character, fosters leadership skills and encourages service to others.  National Beta Club is the largest independent, non-profit, educational youth organization in America.  For more than 80 years, it has prepared today's students to be tomorrow's leaders.  Please email M. Williams for more information about Junior Beta Club.

ACHIEVEMENT - Recognizing and honoring high academic achievement

CHARACTER - Preparing young people for life and empowering them to be successful

LEADERSHIP - Developing the leaders of tomorrow

SERVICE - Demonstrating our motto: Let Us Lead by Serving Others


Boys to Young Men

The Boys to Young Men’s club is an organization comprised of third, fourth and fifth graders whose purpose is to establish a positive atmosphere of brotherhood throughout the school as well as the community.  The organization’s focus lies within its creed “I will strive to do better, I will strive to make a change, we are Boys to Young Men”!  Each month the members meet to discuss an array of topics ranging from manners and proper social behavior to politics and understanding the world.  The young men also perform community service activities, as well as serve as peer-tutors and mentors to students throughout the school.  Please email Mr. Wilson if you have any questions.

 

Gullatt Chorus Club                                                                                                         

Gullatt's Chorus Club is an opportunity for students to excel in artistic expression through musical performances.  ​The Gullatt Chorus will take part in numerous performance throughout the school year, including but not limited to PTA meetings, holiday programs and our end of the year extravaganza.  Chorus will meet every Tuesday and Thursday beginning August 25th.  We will meet from 2:15 P.M. until 3:30 P.M. on Tuesdays and 7:15 A.M. to 7:55 A.M. on Thursdays.  Please contact Mr. Abraham for further information.

 

Gullatt Basketball Club

The Basketball Club is a co-ed team of students learning how to compete using athletic skills and ability to achieve one goal for the team; getting better!  The team will be comprised of 4th and 5th graders with the possibility of expanding to third grade.  Students will practice twice a week while playing in a competitive league.  Please see Mr. Evans for more information about the Basketball Club. 

 

Girls Ready for Life (G.R.F.L.)

The purpose of the fifth grade mentoring program is to help fifth grade girls have a smooth transition to middle school and beyond.  We want to accomplish this by providing positive role models, to help them build self-esteem, form great friendships, and start thinking about college, careers, and life goals.  Please see Ms. Smith for more information about Girls Ready for Life. 

 

 

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