ROCKINGHAM — With an hour to go in the Thursday campaign, every seat on a bus sitting in front of Walmart held various school supplies.

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ROCKINGHAM — Some of the most highly ranked academic students from across the nation gathered in June in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, for the National Junior Beta Club Convention, where Rockingham Middle School students competed against the best and the brightest and honorably placed as national finalists. 

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OKLAHOMA CITY — The Richmond Early College High School Beta Club snagged three individual awards and one team award at the National Senior Convention.

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OKLAHOMA CITY — Students from Richmond Senior High School placed in six events at the Beta Club National Senior Convention — including one top spot.

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OKLAHOMA CITY — Several more Richmond County students have won awards, this time at the Beta Club National Senior Convention.

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OKLAHOMA CITY — Members of the Hamlet Middle School Beta Club will be coming back home as winners.

Richmond County Schools announced late Tuesday that the club had teams place in three events at the National Junior Convention in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

The team of Carson Dixon, Carly Leggett, Giovani Gomez, Christi Jacobs and Tyler Berry had the highest of the Hamlet club’s awards with a third-place win in the Technology competition.

Hadley Garner and Ally Moore placed eighth in 2-D Design and the Quiz Bowl team — Garner, Berry, Gomez and Leggett — came in ninth.

The convention ran June 15-18.

 

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Coble named Beta of the Month for December 2018

The December Beta of the Month, Megan Coble, is someone who will help whenever help is needed.

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ROCKINGHAM— The magic was in the air as the Richmond Raiders traveled to the National Beta Club Convention in Orlando, Florida to showcase their unique talents and academic abilities.

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ROCKINGHAM —Walt Disney World is known to many as the most magical place on Earth, and for the members of the Rockingham and Hamlet Middle School Beta Club, the magic was all around. With a bus full, students and advisors traveled earlier this week to Orlando, Florida to compete against 30 teams from across the nation.

The National Beta Club exists to encourage character, service, academic achievement, and leadership in elementary and secondary school students. Thousands of people were in attendance to show their support and encouragement as Hamlet Middle School shined with creativity by bringing home a first place finish in tee shirt design. Students of Rockingham Middle, Carter Richardson and Will Thompson both brought home a third place finish for their work in visual arts, as well as speech. Lauren Lutz was prepared to rise to the challenge as the Director of Songfest, a competition in which the club is required to rewrite a song that must be under three minutes, while incorporating the Beta Theme.

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ROCKINGHAM —Walt Disney World is known to many as the most magical place on Earth, and for the members of the Rockingham and Hamlet Middle School Beta Club, the magic was all around. With a bus full, students and advisors traveled earlier this week to Orlando, Florida to compete against 30 teams from across the nation.

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