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West Carroll Special School District Beta Club, Members Place in National Competition

Posted 8/11/21

ATWOOD — The last few months, National Beta members from West Carroll Elementary and West Carroll Junior-Senior High School have been working hard to prepare their entries for National Beta Convention. In June, they were able to celebrate that hard work when announced as winners of the following competitions:

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West Carroll Special School District Beta Club, Members Place in National Competition

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ATWOOD — The last few months, National Beta members from West Carroll Elementary and West Carroll Junior-Senior High School have been working hard to prepare their entries for National Beta Convention. In June, they were able to celebrate that hard work when announced as winners of the following competitions:

West Carroll Elementary/Elementary Beta Club: National Champion Service-Learning Showcase; 4th Place Creative Writing Sawyer Jackson; 9th Place 2-D design; 5th Place Woodworking Sawyer Jackson; 5th place Marketing & Communications; 7th Place Recreate/Re-imagine/Recycle.

West Carroll Elementary/Junior Beta Club: National Runner-Up in Marketing and Communications while Jack Robinson placed 9th in the Academics Division in Math.

West Carroll Junior-Senior High School: Macey Mitchell, 6th place in Performing Arts.


Each club originally competed and received awards during their Virtual State Convention held in March. Their victories at the state level provided an opportunity to compete at the national level. The National Convention, held in Orlando, FL, provided all students the opportunity to compete at their comfort level, virtually or on-site. Over 13,000 Junior Beta (grades 4-8) and Senior Beta (grades 9-12) students were able to represent their schools in the first National Beta Hybrid Convention.

We are very proud of the accomplishments from all of our Beta students. They went to Orlando, Florida and represented the school district very well. A special thank you to the sponsors Brittany Fowler, Michelle Robinson, and Cindi Wilbanks for taking our students on this trip.

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