The Hickman Honor Choir is under the direction of Miss Rebecca Sliger. Fourth and fifth grade students who are interested in the group must audition for the music teacher, get parental permission, and sign a contract. Students who are accepted into the Honor Choir must maintain passing grades of 70 or better, attend ALL performances, and have good behavior and citizenship. The group has two yearly field trips and the students are expected to represent Hickman Elementary and Garland ISD in a positive and friendly manner.
The student council is under the direction of Mr.Joshua Hopkins. Students in grades 3-5 have the opportunity to serve on the Hickman Student Council. Each homeroom will elect a girl and a boy to be their class representatives. Representatives must be able to attend one meeting per month. Students will learn leadership skills as well as help to establish Hickman Ranger Pride throughout the school. Fifth grade students will hold two offices: President and Vice President. A Fourth grade student will hold the office of Secretary. A Third grade student will hold the office of Treasurer. Elections will be held during the first six weeks of school.
Membership in all groups must meet the following criteria:
Students must have parent permission.
Students must maintain passing grades of 70 or better.
Students will be dismissed from all extracurricular activities on the third office referral for the school year.
Pastries with Parents
This is one of the many events at Hickman to promote strong community and school-parent bond. We have also called this event, "Donuts with Dad" and "Muffins with Mom" in the past. It is an attempt to get more parents involved in school.
Students do many projects, and all kinds of crafts that are not complicated or expensive, but are fun. We truly believe that adding Makers Space can help students acquire the skills needed
Veterans Day celebration and reception is held every year to honor Hickman Veteran parents and grandparents. This event is organized by the music teacher and the counselor. We have a color guard and the choir performs patriotic songs.
The talent show is an event where participants perform the arts of singing, dancing, lip-syncing, acting, martial arts, playing an instrument, or other activities to showcase skill.
Box Tops for Education
Box top is another way to raise money for school. This program helps our school earn cash that is used for books, computers, and field trips. Box Tops are collected throughout the year.