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Charleston Elementary Jr. Beta Club/ Service Hours/Membership Requirements

Our BETA Club is conducting a service project with the leadership of our guidance counselor, Mrs. Leah Walker to collect socks of all sizes and hand warmers until the middle of February.  Donations will be given to The Caring Place, the Cold Weather Shelter at Wesley United Methodist, and the shelter on Wildwood Ave. 

 

SERVICE HOURS FOR THE SPRING SEMESTER ARE DUE ON MONDAY, MAY 7TH. FIVE SERVICE HOURS ARE REQUIRED AND VOLUNTEER HOURS FOR FAMILY MEMBERS OR FAMILY RELATED ACTIVITIES ARE NOT ACCEPTED. 

 

 

If you are not part of our Remind Message System for the Beta Club, and you would like to be; use your cell phone to enter the number 81010 and text this message @cesbet

This will help give you more up-to-date information about our Beta Club.

 

 

Service Hour Opportunities:   

 

1. If you need service hours, please mark your calendars for Saturday, March 17th.  This day is a campus clean up day with Westwood Baptist Church.  Times will be posted at a later date, but clean-up days are usually three-hour events. 

 

 

Our Beta Club members completed over 203 service hours for the 2016-2017 school year!  Way to go!

 

For our Beta Club members who have not completed their service hours for the second semester, please complete the required five hours this summer so that you will be in good standing to be inducted into the OMS Beta Club in the fall. Service hour paper work with signatures should be turned into the CES office this summer. Service hours were due on May 12th.

 

 

 

 

 

 

CES Jr. BETA Club Membership Requirements

 

Dear Beta Members,

 

Being inducted into the Jr. Beta Club is a distinct honor that only a select few of our students receive. You have been selected for membership in the Junior Beta Club based upon your academic achievement, worthy character, and commendable attitude.

 

The National Junior Beta Club recognizes outstanding achievement, promotes character and social responsibility, encourages service involvement to school and community, fosters leadership skills, and provides settings for you to develop interpersonal relationship skills.

 

The same attributes that qualified you for Jr. Beta membership must be maintained in order to remain a member in good standing. The following requirements must be met to maintain your Jr. Beta membership.

 

1. You must maintain good behavior and worthy character. Stay out of trouble. This includes problems with social media.

 

2. You must achieve the A-B Honor Roll each nine- week grading period. If you should make a C on your report card, you will be suspended from the Beta Club until you have been placed on the A-B Honor Roll again.

 

3. You are required to perform at least 5 service hours a semester. You will be provided with a form to document your service hours. Service hours cannot be performed for a relative. Ex. Cleaning out your family member’s garage does not count. If you are unsure if an activity will count as service hours, please ask your Jr. Beta Club sponsors Mrs. Burgess or Mrs. Simpson.

 

            As a Jr. Beta Club member, you are a leader in your school and community. You are an example of commendable character for others; especially the younger students in our school who DO LOOK UP TO YOU.