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CMS student is first to win state Beta office

Campbellsville Middle School seventh-grader Chase Hord has made school history.

 

Hord is the first CMS student to be elected to a state office at the Kentucky Junior Beta convention.

 

He was elected to serve as secretary at next year’s convention, and will move on to compete for the national secretary title this summer.

 

CMS Junior Beta Club competed at the convention on Jan. 31 through Feb. 2 at the Lexington Convention Center in Lexington.

 

In addition to Hord being elected to state office, the CMS group won several award and two other students have advanced to nationals.

 

As a whole, the CMS Junior Beta Club was awarded a National 10% Growth Award and named a National School of Merit.

 

Eighth-grader Peyton Dabney won third place in social studies and seventh-grader Whitney Frashure won third place in language arts.

 

Eighth-grader Abby Brisko made the Top 10 in the banner category.

 

Hord and his campaign skit members, in addition to Frashure and Dabney, will advance to compete at the National Junior Beta Convention in Savannah, Ga., on June 13-16.

 

CMS students attending the Kentucky Junior Beta convention include sixth-graders Aryanna Britton, Chloe Thompson, Ellington Gowin, Mollie Bailey, Karlie Cox, Kiara Graves, Layla Steen and Nathan McFarland; seventh-graders Mikaela Scharbrough, Haylee Allen, Whitney Frashure, Alexis Byers, Zamar Owens, Ronin Smith and Chase Hord; and eighth-graders Sarah Adkins, Rylee Petett, Kaylyn Smith, Tayler Thompson, Lainey Watson, Myricle Gholston, Bri Gowdy, Alexis Thomas, Christina Miller, Abby Brisko, Savannah Gumm, Isabella Vannice, Dakota Harris, Peyton Dabney, Adin Hunt, Logan Rakes, Jack Sabo and Blake Settle.

 

Beta sponsors are CMS teacher Paige Cook and bookkeeper Natalia Warren.

 

CMS teachers Robbilyn Speer and Katie Campbell and Campbellsville Elementary School teacher Farrah Hord are co-sponsors.

 

CMS seventh-grader Chase Hord, center, made history at this year’s Kentucky Junior Beta convention. Hord, center, was elected secretary and becomes the first CMS student to win a state office. Eighth-grader Peyton Dabney, at left, won third place in the social studies competition and seventh-grader Whitney Frashure won third place in language arts. Hord, Dabney and Frashure all advance to compete at the National Junior Beta convention in Savannah, Ga., on June 13-16.

CMS seventh-grader Chase Hord, center, made history at this year’s Kentucky Junior Beta convention. Hord, center, was elected secretary and becomes the first CMS student to win a state office. Eighth-grader Peyton Dabney, at left, won third place in the social studies competition and seventh-grader Whitney Frashure won third place in language arts. Hord, Dabney and Frashure all advance to compete at the National Junior Beta convention in Savannah, Ga., on June 13-16.

 

Seventh-grader Chase Hord, center, was elected secretary at the Kentucky Junior Beta convention and becomes the first CMS student to win a state office. He and his fellow Beta members were welcomed home by their teachers and classmates.

Seventh-grader Chase Hord, center, was elected secretary at the Kentucky Junior Beta convention and becomes the first CMS student to win a state office. He and his fellow Beta members were welcomed home by their teachers and classmates.

 

Seventh-grader Chase Hord, center, was elected secretary at the Kentucky Junior Beta convention and becomes the first CMS student to win a state office. He and his fellow Beta members were welcomed home by their teachers and classmates.

Seventh-grader Chase Hord, center, was elected secretary at the Kentucky Junior Beta convention and becomes the first CMS student to win a state office. He and his fellow Beta members were welcomed home by their teachers and classmates.

 

Seventh-grader Chase Hord, center, was elected secretary at the Kentucky Junior Beta convention and becomes the first CMS student to win a state office. He and his fellow Beta members were welcomed home by their teachers and classmates.

Seventh-grader Chase Hord, center, was elected secretary at the Kentucky Junior Beta convention and becomes the first CMS student to win a state office. He and his fellow Beta members were welcomed home by their teachers and classmates.

 

Seventh-grader Chase Hord, center, was elected secretary at the Kentucky Junior Beta convention and becomes the first CMS student to win a state office. He and his fellow Beta members were welcomed home by their teachers and classmates.

Seventh-grader Chase Hord, center, was elected secretary at the Kentucky Junior Beta convention and becomes the first CMS student to win a state office. He and his fellow Beta members were welcomed home by their teachers and classmates.

 

Seventh-grader Chase Hord, center, was elected secretary at the Kentucky Junior Beta convention and becomes the first CMS student to win a state office. He and his fellow Beta members were welcomed home by their teachers and classmates, and Hord delivered part of his campaign speech.

Seventh-grader Chase Hord, center, was elected secretary at the Kentucky Junior Beta convention and becomes the first CMS student to win a state office. He and his fellow Beta members were welcomed home by their teachers and classmates, and Hord delivered part of his campaign speech.

 

Seventh-grader Chase Hord, center, was elected secretary at the Kentucky Junior Beta convention and becomes the first CMS student to win a state office. He and his fellow Beta members were welcomed home by their teachers and classmates, and Hord delivered part of his campaign speech.

Seventh-grader Chase Hord, center, was elected secretary at the Kentucky Junior Beta convention and becomes the first CMS student to win a state office. He and his fellow Beta members were welcomed home by their teachers and classmates, and Hord delivered part of his campaign speech.

 

CMS Beta members pose for a photo together before performing their skit in support of seventh-grader Chase Hord’s campaign for secretary. From left, front, are eighth-grader Dakota Harris, seventh-grader Zamar Owens, eighth-grader Rylee Petett, sixth-grader Chloe Thompson and eighth-graders Christina Miller, Myricle Gholston, Bri Gowdy and Alexis Thomas. Back, eighth-graders Sarah Adkins, Lainey Watson, Tayler Thompson, Kaylyn Smith, Adin Hunt, Blake Settle, Logan Rakes and Jack Sabo and seventh-grader Ronin Smith.

CMS Beta members pose for a photo together before performing their skit in support of seventh-grader Chase Hord’s campaign for secretary. From left, front, are eighth-grader Dakota Harris, seventh-grader Zamar Owens, eighth-grader Rylee Petett, sixth-grader Chloe Thompson and eighth-graders Christina Miller, Myricle Gholston, Bri Gowdy and Alexis Thomas. Back, eighth-graders Sarah Adkins, Lainey Watson, Tayler Thompson, Kaylyn Smith, Adin Hunt, Blake Settle, Logan Rakes and Jack Sabo and seventh-grader Ronin Smith.

 

As a whole, the CMS Junior Beta Club was awarded a National 10% Growth Award and named a National School of Merit. From left, front, are eighth-graders Lainey Watson, Rylee Petett and Abby Brisko. Back, eighth-graders Tayler Thompson, Kaylyn Smith, Christina Miller, Bri Gowdy, Alexis Thomas, Myricle Gholston and Sarah Adkins.

As a whole, the CMS Junior Beta Club was awarded a National 10% Growth Award and named a National School of Merit. From left, front, are eighth-graders Lainey Watson, Rylee Petett and Abby Brisko. Back, eighth-graders Tayler Thompson, Kaylyn Smith, Christina Miller, Bri Gowdy, Alexis Thomas, Myricle Gholston and Sarah Adkins.

 

CMS students huddle together before performing their skit.

CMS students huddle together before performing their skit.

 

CMS Beta sponsors pose for a photo with newly elected Kentucky Junior Beta Secretary Chase Hord, a seventh-grader. He is the first CMS student to be elected to a state Beta office. From left are CMS teacher Robbilyn Speer, bookkeeper Natalia Warren, Campbellsville Elementary School teacher Farrah Hord and CMS teachers Katie Campbell and Paige Cook.

CMS Beta sponsors pose for a photo with newly elected Kentucky Junior Beta Secretary Chase Hord, a seventh-grader. He is the first CMS student to be elected to a state Beta office. From left are CMS teacher Robbilyn Speer, bookkeeper Natalia Warren, Campbellsville Elementary School teacher Farrah Hord and CMS teachers Katie Campbell and Paige Cook.





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