• Art Club

    ART CLUB-Aimee Burgamy
    Mission Statement:
    Students will have a chance to explore different mediums, techniques and tools while using their artistic abilities to create Art for themselves, community.

    Description of Activities: The art club is now an official member of the National Art Honor Society--giving our student members a chance to participate in exhibitions, contests, and receive art and academic recognition nationally! The meetings will remain pretty much the same as the art club you know and love. Students will have a chance to explore different media, techniques and tools while using their artistic abilities to create Art for themselves, community and fundraisers. There is a $20 fee to join; $15 covers the cost of supplies and $5 pays your dues to the national organization. Eighth graders who attend 80 % of the meetings will graduate to the NAHS at the 8th grade end-of-year awards ceremony.

    Visit this Google Form for detailed information on meeting dates and projects! Sign up on My Payments Plus. There are only 35 first-come-first-serve spots so don't delay!

    Meetings are on select Wednesdays from 8:15-9AM (10 meetings total). The first meeting is September 20, 2019 in the art room. Contact Dr. Burgamy with questions.

  • Band

    BAND Program - Director of Bands Gino Fitzpatrick

    Band Mission Statement: To provide students with an opportunity to learn and perform a band instrument in different styles and genres of music from all over the world through the performing arts. The band class includes all band instruments for 6th, 7th, and 8th. Flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, saxophone, trumpet, french horn, trombone, baritone/euphonium, tuba and percussion.

    Description of Band Ensemble Activities: 

    6th Grade Band, Jazz Band, Concert Band and Symphonic Band: These ensembles performs Fall and Spring concerts and is required for all students who are enrolled in their assigned ensembles. 

    Jazz Band Ensemble: This is a club that meets before school and consist of eligible students who play trumpet, saxophone, trombone, drum set, piano, guitar, string and/or electric bass. Students must audition to be a member of the Jazz Band ensemble.  

  • Basketball

    BASKETBALL-James Tessmer & Ashley Krakau

    Mission Statement: It is the mission of the Hull MS Basketball program to educate and empower today's youth with confidence, commitment and integrity, so you can live a productive and successful tomorrow. Our goal is to teach young athletes respect for themselves, their peers and their community by instilling a code of ethics built on honesty, responsibility and team work.

    Description of Activities: Seventh and eighth grade students who are eligible may try out for the middle school basketball team. Tryouts usually last a week and a physical is required to tryout. Practices are held daily, after school from 4:00 until 5:30pm. Games are scheduled throughout the months of November, December, January, and February.

  • Cheerleading

    CHEERLEADING- Marquella McKinney (Head Coach) Kimberly Pittman (Assistant Coach)
    Mission Statement: Our club's mission is to promote knowledge, good sportsmanship, team cohesiveness and school spirit as we cheer on the Basketball teams for Hull Middle School.

    Description of Activities: Seventh and Eighth grade girls and boys are eligible to try out for Hull Middle School Basketball Cheer Squad. In order to participate, students must have good grades, no discipline issues and exhibit good character. Students must have a current physical (within the last year) and current insurance. The team, once chosen will go to a local gym and learn stunts, jumps and a half-time routine. Then the squad will continue practicing at the school, after school twice a week. The cheer squad has other commitments throughout the season that they will be required to attend.

  • Chess Club

    Mission Statement: The mission of the HMS Chess Club is to provide a positive atmosphere where our students can build logistical and strategic planning strategies through the application of problem-solving skills and socialization in game-play.

    Description of Activities: Typical Chess Club meetings involve members participating in one-on-one game play. Damir Studen, the 2009 and 2013 Georgia Chess Champion, teaches chess-playing skills the first thirty minutes of the hour and allows students to play chess the last thirty minutes, while he advises students. Cost: $160.

  • Dance Team

    DANCE TEAM-Cindella Attucks
    Mission Statement: The mission of the Richard Hull Middle School Lions Dance Team is to promote positive leadership and team spirit while displaying good citizenship for fellow classmates and visiting opponents of Gwinnett County Public school activities.

    Description of Activities: The Richard Hull Middle School Lions Dance Team is comprised of seventh and eighth-grade students: Actively participating in choreographing dance routines. Working as a collaborative team to improve individual dance skills and talents..Learning positive and encouraging chants to engage the students and team fans. Performing during half time at the girls and boys home court basketball games Participation in other GCPS sponsored activities. Exhibiting sportsmanship, team spirit, and citizenship at all times.

  • Green Team

    GREEN TEAM-David Schoenrock
    Mission Statement: Green Team is Hull's environmental club. Our mission is to educate students about environmental issues and promote school and community involvement.

    Description of Activities: HMS Green Team is open to all students and all grade levels. Our main activities are running the school recycling program and maintaining the HMS garden. We also conduct school and community clean-up and beautification and other environmental projects.

  • Healthy Living & Yoga for Kids

    Hull Middle School will pilot a new program, offered by 4 H.  It will include Healthy Living and Yoga for Kids and is open to 6th and 7th Graders.  It will be held on Monday mornings from 8:15 AM-9:00 AM.  Please fill out the google doc below if you are interested.  We only have room for 30 students; all others will be placed on a waiting list.  If you have any questions, please call 232-3200 and ask for Mrs. Aschoff or Mrs. Dula.  

  • Honors Orchestra

    HONORS ORCHESTRA- Amanda McClellan    

    Mission Statement: It is the mission of Hull Middle School Honor Orchestra to have students learn basic through intermediate techniques of playing string instrument as well as playing in an ensemble. We want to teach students to appreciate the value of quality music in society as well as develop qualities of leadership, citizenship, and pride in their performance ultimately resulting in an orchestra of young professionals.

    Description of Activities: Hull Middle School Honor Orchestra is an ensemble made up  of students in grades 6-8. It meets on Thursday morning from 8:00 until 9:00AM. Students audition for placement (auditions were held in late August). The honor orchestra performs three times a year at school, once in December, once in March, and once in May.
    Meetings: Thursday mornings from 8:00 until 9:00AM- Orchestra Room

  • International Club

    INTERNATIONAL CLUB-Cindy Mollard, Delia Sandor
    Mission Statement:  To allow students to get together to discuss, compare, and learn about  world cultures.

    Description of Activities:  International Club activities will include games, food preparation and sharing, and creation of materials for awareness of world cultures to be displayed around the school building.  We will encourage students to share their own experiences of travel and living abroad, as well as family experiences encompassing a broad range of culture and language.  
    There is a fee of  $20 payable on MyPaymentsPlus website to cover the cost of materials.
    Meetings: 2nd Wednesday of each month, beginning Sept 12.

  • Readers Rally

    READERS RALLY- Carol Bates
    Mission Statement: To encourage literacy and the joy of reading through fellowship and friendly competition.

    Description of Activities: Read the ten books on the Readers Rally list, write questions about them, and participate in the county-wide competition in the spring.
    Meetings: Wednesday mornings at 8:15. Media Center.

  • Broadcast & Announcements Club

    Broadcast & Announcements- Carol Bates
    Mission Statement: To allow students to anchor, manage and edit morning announcements.

    Description of Activities: Students use the broadcast equipment to record the morning announcements. Students are responsible for running sound and cameras as well as editing and archiving the announcements. 
    Meetings: To be announced. Located in the Media Center.

  • Elevate

    ELEVATE-Lachelle Kegler
    Mission Statement
    Elevate Students is a program designed to help students navigate the uncharted territory of their teenage years. Students use goal setting to chart a course that elevates their character, self-esteem, academic success, and leadership abilities. Student will learn to point their feet in the right direction and take steps that open doors of endless opportunity.

    Description of Activities
    Elevate Students incorporates adult coaches to mentor students on a weekly basis. Each student will be placed on a team of 6-8 students with one or two carefully chosen coaches. Through interactive curriculum, students will learn to evaluate their choices and make decisions based on what honors (elevates) themselves, their futures, and others.
    H: Hopes & Dreams
    O: Own Past Choices & Present Circumstances
    N: Next Steps
    O: Opportunities & Open Doors
    R: Relationships
    Meetings: The program will be offered Thursdays after school beginning in October and again in January

  • Library Club

    LIBRARY CLUB- Carol Bates
    Mission Statement: To allow students to get together and discuss and recommend books in a friendly atmosphere.

    Description of Activities: Discuss books, recommend books, play word games, make the occasional craft.
    Meetings: Friday mornings at 8:15. Media Center.

  • MathCounts

    Mission Statement: Hull Competition Math Team is a challenging math team competition program for students who have a talent and passion for math.

    Description of Activities: Tryouts are open for any student in grades 6 – 8. Team members practice once a week in preparation for available math tournaments. The MathCounts Chapter Competition is held in February and the State Competition is in March.

    Meetings: Once the team is selected, an organizational meeting will be held to determine the practice day that accommodates the majority of the team. These practice sessions will be posted on the main website, eCLASS and calendar. Please contact Mrs. Casey for more information.

  • Robotics

    ROBOTICS- Kari Salomon, Anthony Dramis, Cody Nolan, Tommy Malcom
    Mission Statement: The primary goal of HMS Robotics is to give students an introduction to robotics, programming, and current social and science issues in high quality educational, challenging, and team-oriented settings. In addition, HMS Robotics places an emphasis on fun, teamwork, leadership, and personal growth in the spirit of, ' Gracious Professionalism and Coopertition in everything we do.' - This is according to the First Lego League Core Values, which can be found at: www.firstlegoleague.org/mission/corevalues.

    Description of Activities: During the first two weeks of school each fall, Hull Middle School offers a unique opportunity for students to learn about robotics, programming, teamwork, and Research Solutions/Inventions through the HMS Robotics Club. Students from all 3 grades, who maintain passing grades in all classes, are invited to apply to join this exciting competition team. Space is limited to 30 students for the competition teams, and 10 student helpers. Teams are selected based on fully completed and timely student applications in mid-September. It is important for the student to complete all sections of the applications neatly and completely and to be very thorough in answering each of the questions and parent signatures are also required. A participation fee of $60.00 will be requested AFTER joining. Additional tournament related fees of $15.00 will be requested.

    Our primary goal is to give students an introduction to robotics, programming, and current science issues in educational, fun, and challenging STEM settings. From the HMS Robotics Club, students will have the opportunity to become members of one of the four HMS Robotics Competition Teams. These four teams complete in regional and super regional tournaments on the 1st or 2nd Saturday of December and 1st or 2nd Saturday of January. Please consider your solid commitment to be available for these dates to be a requirement for applications to be accepted. A secondary goal is to promote team building, community involvement, and problem solving skills in a safe environment. Leadership and team skills will be developed in each student as a result of their involvement in this club. Students will be mentored by faculty members as well as parent volunteers. Also working with students will be a cadre of mentor-students from Gwinnett School of Math, Science, and Engineering and Peachtree Ridge Robotics teams. Other parent volunteers are truly needed and greatly appreciated.

    Meetings: Monday 4:15 -6:30 (PM) and Tuesday 7:30 - 8:45 (AM)
    IF Monday is a Holiday, then the meeting takes place on Tuesday 4:20 - 6:30 (PM) and Wednesday 7:30 - 8:45 (AM) in room C 1.288. Locations may vary. Contact Kari Salomon if you have questions.

  • Running Club

    RUNNING CLUB-Tommy Malcom
    Mission Statement: Our mission is to prepare students for high school running, increase confidence, and increase awareness of the importance of physical fitness.

    Description of Activities:

    Hull's Running Club is for students in all grades who are interested in going long distances to build their endurance.  Meetings begin in the cafeteria during Fall and Spring seasons. Students must be able to run a mile without stopping in order to join the team.  We run 1-4 miles a day during scheduled Tuesday and Thursday afternoons from 4:30 until 5:30 pm.  On weekends, students are encouraged but not required to participate in various 5K road races throughout metro Atlanta.  For more information, please e-mail Mr. Malcom.

    Meetings: TBD

    Running Club Permission Form Fall 2019

  • State School Superintendent Student Advisory Council

    State School Superintendent Richard Woods seeks 2019-20 Student Advisory Council

    MEDIA CONTACT: Meghan Frick, GaDOE Communications Office, mfrick@doe.k12.ga.us, 404-463-4246
    APPLICANT CONTACT: students@doe.k12.ga.us 
    -Follow GaDOE on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram at @GeorgiaDeptofEd 

    August 7, 2019 – State School Superintendent Richard Woods is seeking middle and high school students to serve on his 2019-20 Student Advisory Council. These students will meet with Superintendent Woods to discuss the impact of state policies in the classroom, along with other issues related to education, and will serve as the Superintendent’s ambassadors to their respective schools. Members will also engage in community service projects to benefit Georgia students and schools. 

    Applicants must be enrolled in a Georgia public middle or high school for the 2019-20 school year. 

    Middle school students will meet October 21, January 15, and March 24 with a joint community service day on May 5. High school students will meet October 22, January 16, and March 25 with a joint community service day on May 5. 

    “My Student Advisory Council is a key part of my decision-making as I lead Georgia’s K-12 public education system,” State School Superintendent Richard Woods said. “We make better policy choices when we’re connected with those we serve. I deeply value these students’ input and involvement.” 

    Application Instructions: 
    Click here to download the application.  
    Send applications by August 31, 2019 at 5 p.m. to students@doe.k12.ga.us. Late applications will not be accepted. 
    Selected students will be contacted via email. All students can visit gadoe.org/studentadvisory on September 16 to see whether they have been selected.

  • Student Council

    STUDENT COUNCIL- Ashley Hendricks
    Mission Statement: HMS Student Council is committed to inspire and empower by offering opportunities for students to grow and develop as leaders. As student leaders, members of Student Council focus on living our school's behavioral model: Respectful, Honorable, Responsible. Officers and Homeroom Representatives work together as liaisons between students, faculty and administration. Officers and Homeroom Representatives also participate in and create fundraising initiatives for Relay for Life--within the school, cluster and community.

    Description of Activities:
    1. Student Council is an extra-curricular activity offered to students in sixth through eighth grade.
    2. Student Council plans and carries out service projects that benefit Relay for Life.
    3. HR Representatives attend monthly meetings in which they collaborate with the Officers to implement various initiatives and events. Officers work together to brainstorm ideas and create agendas for Council meetings. Officers also collaborate with faculty and community members to raise money for Relay for Life as well as participate in other school-wide events like Hullabaloo and Teacher Appreciation.
    4. Student Council is a student-elected group consisting of one to two Representatives from each homeroom and eight school-wide elected officer positions: President, 8th Grade VP, 7th Grade VP, 6th Grade VP, Secretary, Treasurer, Parliamentarian and Historian.
    Meetings: 1st Friday of the month in the Media Center, 8:15

  • Technology & Coding Club

    Mission Statement: To explore the programming of computers and to use Code.org and other sources to learn simple coding tasks. To explore the realm of technology, web 2.0 tools and cultivate free thinking using technology. To implement and advocate for the practice of digital citizenship.

    Description of Activities: Create accounts at Code.org, Codecombat, Tynker, etc. and complete modules within the websites to learn computer programming. Students will foster their love for technology by being ambassadors of technology for the school. Students will lead their peers in digital citizenship and responsible use of technology. The technology team will meet after school on Tuesdays for coding and Friday mornings(optional) for tech maintenance. Meetings will begin in September and again in January.

  • Wyldlife

    Non-Sponsored Student Led Club/Activity

    WYLDLIFE- Teresa Hawkins, Carrie Sammons, Rosemary Aschoff
    Mission Statement: Introducing students to Jesus Christ and helping them grow in their faith.

    Description of Activities: Club meetings involve students interacting through games and fun activities. A Bible message is presented by the Young Life leader.
    Meetings: Every other Thursday morning in the Chorus Room- Hall C- at 8:00 am. Begins in September. Chorus Room at 8:00am.