Clubs and Activities

Mullen Middle School offers a large variety of Clubs and Activities for it's students. This is a great way to engage your child in after school activities, and to be a part of a team.

Art Club
Art Club is a fun place to gather after school to paint, draw, or just catch up on an art project.
Sign up in Art Room, Tuesdays until Late Bus
Advisor: Mr. Schipske 405

Green Band is comprised of 6th grade students and meets on Tuesdays after school.
Gold Band (7th and 8th grade students) will meet on Wednesdays after school.  
Advisor : Mr. Owens Rm 102

Character Club

Do you like talking about your favorite Sports Players and Celebrities? Come join the Character Club. We will meet on Wednesdays after school in Room 205. If interested, please see Mr. Curtis Room 205


The Mullen choir meets weekly and prepares for the annual Holiday Concert and Gloucester Township Honors Concert. We also traditionally go Christmas caroling at the elementary schools in December and visit each school again in May.
See Mrs. Stanz if interested
Rehearsals on Wednesdays after school
Advisor: Mrs. Stanz  Rm 605

Cooking Club

The Cooking Club will meet 2ce a month on Tuesdays. Let's learn to make simple, healthy, delicious meals.  Anyone interested can email Mrs. Champion or visit Room 807
Advisor: Mrs. Champion

Drama Club

The students in Mullen Drama rehearse from January until May and then perform their annual production. Rehearsals are scheduled through the week, and students attend if their scene is being rehearsed that afternoon.
Auditions in December
Listen to the announcements for audition and rehearsal information.
Advisors: TBD

Drill Team

Provides the rhythm for the Jaguar spirit at all of the home sporting events.
Begins October
Will meet on Thursdays until the late bus
Advisor: Mrs. Gorelik 814
If interested, email

Helping Hands Club

The Helping Hands Club is a working club, a service club and a landscaping club all in one. We beautify Ann A. Mullen School with much pride! 
We Meet once a month
Advisor: Ms. Fleming 812

Hero Club

Here’s your chance to be a true HERO to others through community service projects. Help encourage respect for others! Community Service based activities such as maintaining the Wildlife Habitat, Composting, Projects for the Children, Veterans, Animals and others in need. 
We meet on Thursdays until the Late Bus
Advisor: Ms. Cleveland 609

Horticulture Club

Greenhouse Club will begin in January and runs until end of May. Open to all students.
Dates are determined by the weather.
Advisors: Mr. Albano 826 and Mr. Curtis 205

Flag Football/Basketball-Meets Mondays & Wednesdays-See calendar posted outside of gym for specific dates
Must sign up and have a valid physical on file with the nurse prior to participating
Advisors: Mrs. McLaughlin and Mr. Keane
Lego Robotics Club

Introduces students to the fun and excitement of science and technology. League students do the work; like program an autonomous robot (using Lego Mindstorms robo set) to score points on a thematic playing surface, create innovative solutions to a problem. These three elements - the Robot Game, Project & FLL Core Values make up what we call our yearly challenge. Teams will be composed of up to ten students with two Lead Coaches. 
Club meets every Thursday in room 402
Advisors: Mrs. Delfino & Mr. Krasowski

Library Club

At the Library Club you can read, check out books, do homework, type, online research, etc. Meets every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday until the late bus. Open to all students, but you must sign up by 2 pm daily.
Advisor: Mr. Sanchez

Mindfulness with Muller

Build yourself up from the inside out in order to shine brighter as individuals.
Meets every Thursday until the late bus.
Advisor: Ms. Muller Rm 202

Mullen Day Break

The Mullen Day Break TV program strives to develop effective communication and technical skills while promoting teamwork to create and deliver high quality video news programming to our school community. The crew is made of up of a select group of eighth grade students who produce, edit and anchor the news program.
If interested, please talk to Mrs. McBride before the end of the school year. Students are selected by June for the next school year.
Advisor: Ms. McBride Rm 603

National Junior Honor Society

Students are invited to apply to this service organization if they meet the initial criteria of a 3.5 cumulative average, no U's in exploratory or physical education, and have good behavior. Meetings are announced at least 1 week in advance on the morning announcements.
Monthly meetings are held until the late bus
Advisor: Mrs. Champion


Renaissance is a school wide program that recognizes all students who achieve academic excellence. Throughout the school year the students participate in many Renaissance activities. Students are to listen to morning announcements for the upcoming recognition event.
Advisors: Mrs. Danaher Room 207

Student Government
A service organization that focuses on leadership, service and character. Students are chosen by their peers for each term. Students manage Friday night dances and are in charge of various fundraising activities throughout the school year.
Advisors: Mrs. Garrison 209 and Mrs. Roman 811

Spanish Club

Expand your knowledge of the Spanish language and culture. We will meet on Mondays in Room 602
Advisor: Mrs. Morrison Room 602

Video Club
Lights, Camera, Action! Video Club provides 7th & 8th grade students with the opportunity to learn and expand their knowledge with video editing software. Students will gain a better understanding of camera techniques and produces short video productions.
Tuesdays until the Late Bus.
Advisor: Ms. McBride 603

Yearbook Club
 Yearbook Club is for selected 8th grade students. They design, market and distribute the Mullen Yearbook.
Wednesdays until Late Bus
Advisor: Mrs. Orcutt 201

Yoga Club

Dress comfortably and wear/bring socks for all club meetings. A yoga mat will be provided or you may bring your own. Meets Thursdays in Room 829
Advisor: Mrs. Minnick