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Coffee County Central High School Chapter of the National Beta Club

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Another Great TN Beta Convention! Above & Beyond!
Check out this story from Coffee County News
Beta Club Officers 2016-2017:
Zack Hughes-President

Joe West-Vice President

Alexis Liles-Secretary

Brooklyn Ferrell-Reporter

Stuart Jackson-Historian

We want to congratulate each of our new officers!  We are very proud of them as a group. We are excited about this year and we know that they will represent our beta club at the highest level!

 


What is Beta Club?

The Purpose of the Coffee County Central High School chapter of the National Beta Club is to promote leadership, character, academic achievement and service. This club will also provide opportunities for students to share their talents in math, science, history, creative writing, art, music, dance, drama and speech at the state and national level through participation at Beta Conventions

Want to Join CCCHS Beta Club?    

Remember that Beta Club membership has to be renewed each year.  If you have kept an overall B average then you are invited to join our local chapter of the National Beta Club.  We need you to complete an application and turn in your dues for this year.  The dues for returning members is 25.00 and new members 30.00.   Please pay with a check if at all possible.  Make the check out to CHS Beta.  The application can be downloaded HERE or you can get a printed copy from any Beta Sponsor.  Mrs. Ray is the sponsor who is taking care of membership so you need to turn in the application and payment to her in room 14 (science department). 

As an nationally recognized academic honor society, our Beta Club requires that memebers maintain an overal B average.  Anyone who consistantly earns a Red or Black Card will qualify OR anyone who's final yearly grades average out to 85 or higher. Also, 9th graders who were members at CMS or WJH are accepted in for their freshman year.  9th Graders who were not in Beta last year will be accepted if their final grades average out to 85 or higher. Beta members must also have a good discipline and attendance record. 

 

Stay informed & involved...

  • Like Us on Facebook!   www.facebook.com/chsbeta
  • Check your school gmail account daily for possible Beta Announcements
  • Beta's Google Calendar that you can link to your school gmail
  • We challenge to do community service.   Log your hours here: 

****BETA Service Log**** 

National Senior Beta Club Emblem

If you are a member in good standing then you will receive a monthly email from Beta.  Please take a few minutes and read this each month.  It will keep you informed about all projects and activities for our Beta Club.  If you are not getting those emails, see Mrs. Ray in room 14. 



2015-16 CHS Beta Club Officers:

  • President - Lexi Bowen

  • Vice President - Zack Hughes

  • Secretary - Andrea Vazquez

  • Historian - Sarah Pittman

We have also selected the following to serve on our leadership team as Committee Chairpersons for the following committees:

  • Service Committee Chairperson:  Alexis Liles

Public Relations Chairperson:  Madison Lowry


We NEED Beta Volunteers to work in our Serve Our School project.  If you are willing to volunteer, please sign-up by email Mrs. Ray (see icon at the top of this page)

  • THANKSGIVING BASKETS & BETA ANGELS - The holiday season is here and we always help some families in need each year.  Club members are strongly encouraged to donate.  Please remember this as you are shopping.  You can always purchase thing that would work for boys or girls like candy, games, toys, art supplies.  As December approaches we will be more specific as to our needs.  

BETA BEARS ...Betas are asked to bring in a gently used or new stuffed animal to be given to various local charities serving young children in crisis situations.  Donations can be brought to the next Beta meeting or to any of our sponsors: Mr. Ray, Mrs. Ray or Mrs. James. You can give yourself one hour for making a Beta Bear Donation. 

 

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Are you ready to start helping others?  Want to earn service Hours?

Remember our motto: Let us Lead by Serving Others.  We have several opportunities to serve our school and community at this time.  

  • CHS General Store needs help organizing clothes, food, school supplies, personal hygenine items etc. We also take donations anytime.  If interested in working as a volunteer, contact one of the Beta Sponsors. 

 

  • East Coffee Elementary School has invited Betas to serve as helpers at their reading nights.  We need volunteers for any Monday through Thursday from 3-6pm.  You could do as much or as little as you have time to do.  One day per week for one hour or more.  Contact one of the Beta sponsors.

 

  • BETA SOS - Beta Serves Our School - This project involves having Betas sign up to help a teacher after school.  Clean white boards, desks, hang posters etc. You must be approved and assigned to a teacher before you can work so be sure to email or see Mrs. Ray if you are interested. 

 

  • Autumn Oaks Assisted Living Betas are invited to serve these senior citizens by helping with crafts, playing games or just visiting during their evening activities time.   If interested contact a Beta sponsor.

 

  • THANKSGIVING BASKETS & BETA ANGELS - The holiday season is here and we always help some families in need each year.  Club members are strongly encouraged to donate.  Please remember this as you are shopping.  You can always purchase thing that would work for boys or girls like candy, games, toys, art supplies.  As December approaches we will be more specific as to our needs.  

 

 

 



 

 

 

Examples of Beta's Community Service: 

  • Beta - CHS General Store Partner :  Our members volunteer to maintain the CHS General Store which has items of clothing, school supplies etc. for students at CHS in need.  
  • Beta Angels -  Beta members will donate items and funds to give Christmas gifts to a needy family in Coffee County. We also use a portion of Beta club dues to help support this project.
  • Thanksgiving Baskets - Betas donate enough items and funds to put together at least two thanksgiving baskets that went to needy families in Coffee County. We always support this SGA project and look forward to continuing to do so. We also use a portion of Beta club dues to help support this project.
  • Beta Bears -  Since last spring, Betas have donated over 200 bears/stuffed animals to be given to the Coffee
  • Gift Boxes for Kids in Need - Betas will donate items and funds to provide a shoe box filled with toys, art supplies, and story books to a child in need. 
  • Teacher Survival Kits - Our members give each teacher a "Survival Kit" for parent-teacher conference night which also includes a note of thanks and encouragement for all they do to educate their students and serve our school.  
  • Patriot Week Ribbons - Support our Local VFW We will take donations for patriotic ribbons in honor of Patriot Day-9/11 Visit the Beta Club table during all four lunches throughout the week of Sept 7th – 10th. All monies donated will help the local VFW with the installation of a much needed ceiling. CCCHS students can help show our appreciation for the service our veterans have given this country by wearing their red, white and blue “Patriot Ribbon” during the week of Sept. 7-10th 
  • Beta Reading Mentors - Betas often volunteer at area elementary schools in support of a variety of reading programs for children and their families. In 2001-2012 we worked most months at East Coffee's Family Reading night.
  • Beta Workers for Coffee County School System Events - Our mission involves maintaining high academic acheivement and for this reason we are always looking for ways to support education in Coffee County.  This past year, we provided Beta members as volunteer workers at a "Carnival" to raise funds for the BackPack program at Deerfield Elementary School.  If your school needs workers for an event, please email Mrs. Ray  rayl@k12coffee.net to make arrangements.
  • Beta Helps Haven of Hope - Donate a Cell Phone to our project for Haven of Hope Center for Domestic Violence. This will be an ongoing project. Phones and chargers can be turned in the Mrs. Ray in room 130.
  •  Our club donates 1.00 of your dues to MDA each year - We are supporting the national project for the National Beta Club which is to reach a goal of donating 1.00 to the Muscular Dystrophy Association for each Beta club member in the nation. 
  • Many other projects are conducted each year as the need arises.