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1 Beta Club 10/30/ Advisor: Mr. L. Counterman Co-Advisor: Ms. K. Murrell

2 Agenda Introduction to Beta Club Sign Up Sheets Induction Ceremony Blood Drive and JDRF Speakers Christmas Project State Convention Fundraising

3 Purpose The purpose of this organization shall be to promote the ideals of honesty, service, morality, ethical conduct, and leadership among secondary school students; to reward meritorious academic achievement; and to encourage and assist students in continuing their education after high school.

4 Our Motto The motto of The National Beta Club is "Let Us Lead by Serving Others." This motto, more than simply a catchy phrase, states the philosophy upon which The National Beta Club is based. Service to others is indeed one of the most important characteristics of Beta Club membership. Opportunities to serve are found in every school and community situation, whether large or small - urban, suburban or rural. There are needs that could and should be addressed by Beta members in every school and community. “Let us lead by Serving Others”

5 Community Service EACH MEMBER OF THE CLUB IS EXPECTED TO CONTRIBUTE COMMUNITY SERVICE to the school and/or community. The service projects and opportunities will be headed by advisors and officers and ALL suggestions are welcome by members. 10 hours are required per semester

6 Academic Expectations To receive an invitation to join the Beta Club, you are required to have a 3.5 GPA. To maintain membership, students are required to maintain a 3.5 GPA.

7 Expected Behaviors Members of the club should conduct themselves in a manner that upholds the purpose of the organization, as well as display behaviors that represent themselves, the school, their parents, and the community in a positive light. There should be minimum and limited behavior infractions although NO negative behaviors are encouraged.

8 Accountability Students who cannot meet the community, academic, or behavioral expectations will be placed on a probation status by the advisors. How do I get on probation? Cumulative GPA lower than a 3.5 Not meeting the service hours requirement Behaviors that go against the purpose of the organization. Poor attendance to meetings without prior notice to officers and advisors.

9 It is our goal to make you aware of the rules and expectations, therefore you can be mindful and govern yourselves accordingly.

10 Induction Ceremony

11 Blood Drive

12 Service Projects..\Service Projects\Service Projects pdf..\Service Projects\Service Projects pdf

13 JDRF Mr. Tyler is here to speak for JDRF

14 State Convention February 13-14, 2015 Deadline for activities: Myrtle Beach Hilton, Myrtle Beach SC

15 State Convention Activities Talent Program Scrapbook Competition Campaign Skit Beta Quiz Bowl Banner Competition On site Art Competitions: Acrylic painting Colored pencil Pencil Academic Competitions: Creative writing English Math Science Social studies Spanish Spelling Oratory During the Beta Club Convention, many competitions and events will be held. There will be committees for each event. Consider joining one:

16 State Convention Trip will cost $300 to cover hotel, food, and travel expenses The first payment will be due on November 7 th to Mrs. Blanchett at the front desk We have a limit of 40 boys and girls, so make sure to sign up as soon as you can We have fundraising opportunities, as Alana will explain

17 Concessions

18 11 th Grade Members Special Meeting with Mr. Counterman Wednesday, November

19 We’re genuinely excited to have you part of the beta club, and we look forward to a great year with you!


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