Students must submit a to word essay to local clubs.
Participating as a candidate allows Betas to actively meet and greet convention attendees, seek support for office through campaign speeches and club campaign skits, and enhance personal leadership skills.
Academics-Math, LA, Science, Social Studies This competition is designed to offer students the opportunity to test their academic skills and to reinforce educational standards. Each of the listed academic subjects will be a forty-five minute, multiple choice test.
There are two divisions for National beta club essay test—Division I is fourth and fifth grades, and Division II is sixth, seventh, and eighth grades. A club may enter one student in each grade level. Beta Fueling the Future. One student will present the commercially made product at the time designated in the program.
This competition is designed to encourage club pride, creativity and innovation, interpretation of theme, and artistic design.
Advertising Poster Competition will allow two to four students to demonstrate creativity and attention to detail as they create a visual message. Prompts will be given at the beginning of the one hour competition. Teams will write a brief explanation to communicate their elements of design and incorporation of Beta concepts.
Book Battle The Book Battle competition is a literature-driven, written test that consists of multiple choice questions and a written response portion based on the books listed. This competition provides an opportunity for a group of three students to use an integrated study of novels to collaborate as they participate in this competition.
Students will have one hour to complete the test. Tolkien Paintings from the Cave: Freedom Ride - Larry Dane Brimner Warcross - Marie Lu Creative Writing The Creative Writing competition provides an opportunity for students to use creative details through written expression as they interpret the topic.
Teams use items from a specified list. Teams will be given specific tasks that must be included in the build at the beginning of the competition. Forty-five minutes will be allowed for construction.
Teams will be required to interact with judges and respond to questions during the competition. Presentations may include, but are not limited to ipads, laptops, handouts, storyboards, etc. Performers will have a total time limit of ten 10 minutes.
This includes set up and take down, but the performance has a maximum time limit of six 6 minutes. Performers will have a total time limit of four 4 minutes.
This includes set up and take down, but the performance has a maximum time limit of two 2 minutes. The competition is designed for a team of students to participate in a collaborative effort in various levels of difficulty and range from trivial to highly technical information.
Robotics Showcase This robotics competition is a team event. Teams of members will design, program, construct, and implement their robot in order to address the Robotics Challenge: Teams will bring pre-constructed robots and props to showcase their interpretation of the challenge having incorporated skills in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
Speeches may be one to two minutes in length. One student will bring the finished product at a time designated in the program to be evaluated and interviewed by a panel of judges. This competition is designed to encourage creativity and innovation, interpretation of theme, and artistic craftsmanship.
Each school may enter one entry per division in each category. Students will present finished pieces of art at a time designated in the program to be judged by a panel of judges. This competition is designed to encourage creativity and innovation, reward outstanding craftsmanship, and reinforce the importance of fine arts in the 21st century.© The National Beta Club.
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Skip to content. Lire La Gazette de Lille; Interview. Actions culturelles. A student must be a member in good standing of a Beta Club at his/her current school of attendance to be considered an active National Beta Club member.
Only active members may participate in state and national competitions and become candidates for and hold state and national office. Membership is a privilege and not a right.
The National Beta Club is the biggest non-profit, independent educational youth organization in the country. One of the ways in which National Beta Club recognizes the academic achievement of members is through the National Beta Club scholarship program. Characteristics of a Beta Club Students; Achievement.
Recognizing and honoring high academic achievement. Character. Preparing young people for life and empowering them to be successful. Leadership. Developing the leaders of tomorrow. Service.
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