//Brooks County Middle School BETA Club Receives Distinguished Award

Brooks County Middle School BETA Club Receives Distinguished Award

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Pictured: Junior Beta Club Members with Principal, Dr. Djana Goss (Right) and Seventh Grade Language Arts Teacher, Mrs. Beth Lee (Left).

BROOKS COUNTY, GA – The Brooks County Middle School (BCMS) Junior Beta Club was recently named by the National Beta Club as a School of Distinction. This national award is given to club chapters who show an intense commitment to academic rigor and who continuously strive to prepare students for college and career readiness. The BCMS Junior Beta Club was awarded a banner from National Beta to acknowledge this momentous award.

The BCMS Junior Beta Club presently has 37 members who have achieved and obtained an overall GPA of 3.5 or above to remain in good standing with the club and must be of service to the local community throughout the school year.

The National Beta Club is the nation’s largest independent, non-profit, educational youth organization. Junior Beta Clubs are committed to recognizing and promoting high academic achievement, rewarding and nurturing worthy character, improving student leadership skills, and encouraging service to others. Members of the BCMS Junior Beta Club understand the importance of these qualities and exemplify the Beta motto, “Let Us Lead by Serving Others,” and will continue to work in various community improvement endeavors.

Source: Brooks County School System