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CES Junior Beta Club to participate in state convention

Campbellsville Elementary School Junior Beta Club members are preparing to compete in their first-ever state convention.

 

CES fourth-grader Tye Rhodes has launched a campaign for Kentucky Junior Beta vice president.

 

At the school’s weekly assembly on Friday, Jan. 11, he delivered his campaign speech.

 

Rhodes and his fellow Junior Beta Club members will attend the convention on Jan. 16-18 at the Kentucky International Convention Center in Louisville.

 

CES students will attend with Campbellsville Middle School Junior Beta Club members, who will also compete.

 

The CES Junior Beta Club was formed this school year.

 

To be invited to join, students must have earned all As and Bs for the previous school year and maintain those grades for the current year.

 

Club members must also uphold the four Beta Club pillars of achievement, character, leadership and service.

 

Students must have regular attendance and good behavior and complete community service hours each semester.

 

Only fourth- and fifth-grade students are invited to join.

 

The first-ever CES Junior Beta Club members include:

 

Fourth Grade

 

Luke Adkins, Aiden Bowles, Damien Clark, Lily Coots, Kendall Cruz, Ava Ellis, Analeigh Foster, Stephen Green, Joseph Greer, Jaron Johnson, Katie Lane, Cayton Lawhorn, Evan Lockridge, River McFarland, Hayden Maupin, Lanigan Price, Tye Rhodes, Sophia Santos, Madison Smith, Marissa Sumners, Yazlyn Sutton, Reece Swafford, Braelyn Taylor, Kallie Taylor, Braxton Tucker, Ryan Tungate, Kaleigh Wilhoite and Aidan Wilson.

 

Fifth Grade

 

Kiera Bailey, Kendall Bright, Shaiden Calhoun, Connor Coots, Grayson Dooley, Cameron Estes, Ethan Garrison, John Gholston, Kennedy Griffiths, Keaton Hord, Carson Mills, Ryder Murphy, Lauren Pace, Bradley Paris, Gracie Pendleton, Madison Philpott, Cody Tamez, Cameron Taylor, Caysen Wise and Vivian York.

 

CES teachers Tammy Hash and Alison LaRue are the CES Junior Beta sponsors.

 

CES fourth-grader Tye Rhodes delivers his campaign speech during his school’s assembly. Rhodes is a candidate for Kentucky Junior Beta vice president.

CES fourth-grader Tye Rhodes delivers his campaign speech during his school’s assembly. Rhodes is a candidate for Kentucky Junior Beta vice president.

 

CES fourth-grader Tye Rhodes delivers his campaign speech during his school’s assembly. Rhodes is a candidate for Kentucky Junior Beta vice president.

CES fourth-grader Tye Rhodes delivers his campaign speech during his school’s assembly. Rhodes is a candidate for Kentucky Junior Beta vice president.

 

CES fourth-grader Tye Rhodes delivers his campaign speech during his school’s assembly. Rhodes is a candidate for Kentucky Junior Beta vice president.

CES fourth-grader Tye Rhodes delivers his campaign speech during his school’s assembly. Rhodes is a candidate for Kentucky Junior Beta vice president.

 

CES fourth-grader Tye Rhodes delivers his campaign speech during his school’s assembly. Rhodes is a candidate for Kentucky Junior Beta vice president.

CES fourth-grader Tye Rhodes delivers his campaign speech during his school’s assembly. Rhodes is a candidate for Kentucky Junior Beta vice president.

 

CES fourth-grader Tye Rhodes delivers his campaign speech during his school’s assembly. Rhodes is a candidate for Kentucky Junior Beta vice president.

CES fourth-grader Tye Rhodes delivers his campaign speech during his school’s assembly. Rhodes is a candidate for Kentucky Junior Beta vice president.





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