About the Club

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    The National Beta Club began as the dream of our founder, Dr. John W. Harris, a professor at Wofford College in Spartanburg, SC. Since the first Beta Club was formed in Landrum, SC in 1934, The National Beta Club has become the nation's largest independent, non-profit, educational youth organization. We are committed to recognizing and promoting high academic achievement, rewarding and nurturing worthy character, fostering leadership skills and encouraging service to others.

    The National Beta Club has worked with over 6.5 million young people in grades 5-9 (Junior Beta Club) and grades 9-12 (Senior Beta Club). There are now more than 450,000 active members and more than 8,750 clubs nationally and internationally.

    The National Beta Club Mission Statement

    To promote the ideals of academic achievement, character, service and leadership among elementary and secondary school students.

    Achievement

    Recognizing and honoring high academic achievement

    Character

    Preparing young people for life and empowering them to be successful

    Leadership

    Developing the leaders of tomorrow

    Service

     

     

     

    Demonstrating our motto:

    Let Us Lead by Serving Others

Announcements

  • ATTENTION ALL MEMBERS!

     Inductions ceremony will be Wednesday September 26th in our auditorium. If you are new to BETA club this year, you must meet Mrs. Janssen in the hall by the Broadcasting Room by 5:55pm on Wed. September 26th to line up for the Induction Ceremony. Dress code for all attending members is business casual or business formal. No jeans, t-shirts, shorts, or anything against school dress code.  If you do not meet this dress code, you will be asked to change clothes or leave.  Attendance is required. Sign up for the BETA remind as soon as possible! See Mrs. Janssen in room 608 if you have questions or concerns. 

     

    Returning Senior members must meet in the broadcasting hallway by 6:05pm.  Dress code for all attending members is business casual or business formal. No jeans, t-shirts, shorts, or anything against school dress code. If you do not meet this dress code, you will be asked to change clothes or leave. Attendance is required. Mrs. Janssen will speak to returning members about conduct and expectations during the ceremony. Please look over the BETA Club Pledge located under documents on this page. All new and returning members will be expected to clearly state this pledge at the ceremony (with a copy of the pledge in front of you).

     

    Sign up for the BETA remind as soon as possible! See Mrs. Janssen in room 608 if you have questions or concerns.  

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  • The YMCA is running their Family Race Fest on Sunday Sept 30th and they are looking for volunteers to help direct athletes on the course.

    There is a Splash N Dash at 2pm and a kids triathalon at 4pm

    Volunteers can work the whole day (1pm -7:00pm) or choose to work one of the events.  They need the most help during the kids triathlon (3pm-7pm).

    The contact is Ms. Spokas and her number is 7044902163 if you have any questions.  

    You may contact her directly or use the link below to sign-up. Please only sign up if you can keep the commitment. If you fail to show up after commitment to a time, then your BETA membership may be reviewed. 

    https://www.signupgenius.com/go/5080c44aba92daa8-2018

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  • Please sign up for Remind using the code @jmrhsbeta for important updates and annoucements

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