Heard-Mixon offers several clubs for our students.  Our clubs allow students to have the opportunity to learn teamwork, leadership skills, goal setting, and the importance of following through on a task. 

Ms. Bellamy’s Morning Group
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This is a group designed for children to get out extra energy before the school day starts. The students play different games and learn how important it is to work together and show respect. 

Kristi Bellamy     
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Book Club

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The purpose of the Book Club is to encourage the life-long love of leisure reading in 4th and 5th grade students while strengthening their reading skills. The book club meets in the Media Center during the school day.
Sandy Moseley     
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Boys To Men

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The Boys-to-Men Club is a student-centered mentor-ship organization of

Heard -Mixon Elementary. Members in this organization are students who are interested in developing Leadership Skills.

The objectives of the Club are:

To develop leadership potential.

To foster development of a strong moral character.

To encourage loyalty to school, community, and nation

Annette Gilbert   
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The Heard-Mixon Chorus meets from 2:15-3:15 on Thursday afternoons.


Golden Key Club
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The Golden Key Society Club offers 5th grade students an opportunity to make the world around them a better place by bringing awareness to the recognition, reporting and rejection to acts of unkindness. A quarterly Newsletter will be created by club members for the purpose of bringing more awareness to the school and to the community.

Annette Gilbert       
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Student Ambassadors
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Our student ambassadors are trained to welcome parents, community and other stakeholders to Heard-Mixon. They will help them negotiate the building and act as tour guides for special school events by walking them to any designated area with courteous, helpful behaviors.

Annette Gilbert   
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Robotics Club

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Our HMES Robotics Team has been working hard to build and program two robots for our upcoming competition at NCCA. The team has worked every week for the past month to learn the in's and out's of building robots, designing a program that will allow the robots to move on their own, and extensively researching how robots play an integral role in our community. Our team is very excited to participate in 3 competitions this year and look forward to learning much more about robotics.