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huddle up

v.
1. To move close together to form a tightly packed group: The football team huddled up to discuss the next play.
2. To cause a group to come together in a tightly packed crowd: I huddled the children up in a group in the museum lobby. The police huddled up the protesters and led them into the van.
3. To assume a position with the limbs drawn up close to the body: The lost hiker huddled up under a shelter made of branches and leaves.
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Huddle Up is developing opportunities for schools, families, and communities to build and sustain collective capacity and to partner more effectively through strong teaching and learning, racial equity work, and deep family and community engagement linked to learning.
The Huddle Up partnership with Driving Force Group demonstrates PDK's commitment to the organization's four core values: social justice, engagement, excellence, and results.
Through our collective work, we must affirm that the lives, experiences, and outcomes of black boys matter, and we must do what it takes to radically make positive changes in education," said Gislaine Ngounou, PDK's chief program officer and manager of the Huddle Up initiative.
T-Mobile Huddle Up is T-Mobile's national community outreach and employee volunteer program, connecting kids, primarily from single-parent families in high-need, urban communities, to positive people, places and programs during the afterschool timeframe.
That being said, Huddle Up has always been my favorite community event at T-Mobile.
Carr Elementary School completed by T-Mobile Huddle Up volunteers include the following:
1 Huddle up with the defensive coordinator, who will give us instructions on: