6th Grade-Allie Baker, Owen Burkhead, Matthew Cassidy, Isaac Cochran, Andrea Cooksey, Melina Cruz, Lucas Deringer, Ayva Hardin, Daylee Hood, Rylan Krey, Kate Lewis, JT Mattingly, Ty Mattingly, Noah Reynolds, Carla Roberts, Jayla Schrader, Eliza Settles, Shawn Spalding, Emily Tingle
7th Grade-Alexis Baker, Daniel Baker, Jessica Baker, Addison Byrd, Jana Chesser, Allie Congleton, Seth Conover, Dawson Coulter, Erin Donahue, Jada Draper, Maddie Kate Gabhart, Cambron Graves, Allee Harris, Emily Hill, Landon Kays, Stacey Nally, Austin Osbourn, Veronica Patrick, Jaclyn Polk, Jacob Rakes, Landon Riley, John Russell, Daniel Scott, Grayson Settles, Lincoln Smith, Rachel Speer, Savannah Stone, James Wohner, Lybertee Boyd Wren, Alexis Yaste
8th Grade-Summer Beazley, Emma Black, Hunter Bobblett, Kaylee Bodine, Rachael Carlton, Dalton Carney, Isabella Chesser, Madison Chesser, Mallory Hamilton, Aliera Hardin, Gracie Hawkins, Lois Haydon, Carmen Logsdon, Samantha O’Daniel, Ayla Parimore, Cody Powers, Emily Roberts, Abbigayle Satterly, Laura Shively, Olivia Stine, Isabelle Tarrence, Blake Warner
Sponsors: Allison Carney and Holli White
The 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 your child to develop interpersonal relationship skills.
To be eligible for membership, sixth, seventh and eighth grade students must achieve an A/B average the first nine weeks of the school year and exhibit appropriate behavior in the school setting. Teacher and administrator recommendations are also part of the membership process.
Throughout the school year, the Junior Beta Club participates in activities such as mentoring, service projects within in the school and community (e.g. helping with 5th grade entrepreneur fair, Market Day distribution, Pennies for Patients, primary parent / student academic nights, canned food drives). Our students also attend the Kentucky Junior Beta Convention in Louisville each year competing in academic, talent, and arts and humanities competitions.