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J.S. Waters School holds Junior Beta Club induction

Posted Monday, April 25, 2011

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Goldston, NC - The J.S. Waters School chapter of the Junior Beta Club inducted fifteen new members during an annual ceremony on Friday, April 15. Fellow students, staff and family members were in attendance to see these middle school students join the other fifteen members of the chapter.

The National Junior Beta Club is a non-profit, leadership-service club for grades six through eight with an overall average of 93 or above in math, language arts, science and social studies for the first semester of the school year are eligible for Beta Induction. Students must also possess and exhibit good character traits, and maintain exemplary behavior in and outside the classroom. To remain a Beta member at J.S. Waters, students must maintain an overall average of 90 or above, complete required thrift shop and service hours, and participate in Jr. Beta sponsored activities.

The J.S. Waters Junior Beta Club is active in service by participating in school events like hat day, school dances and spirit week; by contributing to community efforts like food drives, the Salvation Army, Ronald McDonald can tabs, and Relay for Life and by participating in the Jr. Beta state convention.

Staff club advisors are Robbie Sirls, Autumn Oldham and Leigh Moore.

 
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