Here at Huff Elementary School we have built strong ties with community agencies. Having these supportive partnerships allows our students and our families to build strong ties with the wider Elgin community and gain opportunities they may not otherwise have been able to. If you are interested in partnering with, please call our school office at (847) 888-5285.
Church volunteers support, mentor and guide students by offering social/emotional one-on-one mentoring through the Kids Hope program. They also donate winter apparel and holiday food boxes to our students and their families.
Streamwood Behavioral offers social/emotional support to students and families going through traumatic situations.
The food bank distributes backpacks to more than 25 Huff students every Friday afternoon to provide low-income families with a food source through the weekend and support families going through trauma situations.
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This program teaches families about health and mental health awareness.
This partnership was designed to connect our families to the resources available to them in the Elgin area. This includes local programs, parental support options and other services.
The township offers students a safe and nurturing environment to enhance academic and social skills through weekly open gym and other community activities.
Elgin police officers have built relationships with parents and students, maintaining community accountability and helping mold our students so they become contributing members of society.
Ray's supports our families with fine dining in the neighborhood and donates food for staff functions.
Sears donated winter apparel for our families who needed warm clothes.
This homeowner's association donated books to the school library so our students could have a greater variety of literary options.
Huff partners with both universities to place student teachers in our classrooms so they can get hands-on experience while helping our students.
Junior Achievement is the world's largest organization dedicated to educating students in grades K-12 about entrepreneurship, work readiness and financial literacy through experiential, hands-on programs.