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Jr. Beta October Meeting

Jr. Beta October Meeting






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    • DONUT SALES This month, we will be selling donuts on October 17th. We need 12 members helping with handing out donuts. We need 12 adults helping at all stations. Please ask your parents to come help. Please contact Ms. Thiers or Ms.Cohorst There will be a sign-up sheet at the end of the meeting. This will count as 1 hour for your service hours. Please be here by 8:30.
    • TUTORING WE NEED MORE 8TH GRADE TUTORS!! We will continue with Jr. Beta tutoring. All members helping with tutoring, please be here by 8:00. There will be a new sign up sheet every month. If you have any question, please see Alex (homeroom – Burrell) or Ms. Thiers. Next day for tutoring will be Tuesday, October 9th.
    • CAMP CREEK TUTORING There is now a limit of 8 students signing up every month to reduce the number of students on the bus. The next date will be on October 11th at 8:00. You must have a signed parent permission form to go. If you have any questions ask Ms. Thiers or Ms. Cohorst
    • T-SHIRT ORDER FORMSIf you forgot to purchase a T-shirt for Jr. Beta... We are collecting another round of order forms. Mrs.Cohorst will be taking up the forms and the money, she is on the 7th grade hallway. If you need an order form, they are on Ms. Thiers’ website. The cost is still $15.00. The deadline for the order forms is October 19th.
    • SERVICE HOURS Keep on volunteering! You can earn service hours by helping with donut sales and tutoring. Also please make sure that you aren’t counting Campus Life or Thrive as service hours. You can turn them in at every/any meeting.
    • WINNERS FROM THE SEPTEMBER MEETINGAs you remember, we had a little contest to see if you had been paying attention to the book Wonder.The winners that were drawn out were: Tanish Pradhan Kevin Yao Jeremy Levin
    • RANDOM ACTS Please keep turning in the Random Act cards to stick on the bulletin board. Keep doing your random acts of kindness. Youcan turn them in to either Alayna (homeroom – Yates) or Ms. Thiers.
    • WRISTBANDS To celebrate August’s birthday this year, which is on October 10th, we are giving each teacher a package with a note. The note says “To celebrate August’s birthday, Jr. Beta would like you to give this to one student who has chosen kindness.” We want to spread August’s message to the school. The wristband will be blue and have the words Choose Kindness on them .
    • UNITED WAY BRACELETS United Way student campaign is from Oct 9 - Oct 31. We will be selling colorful yarn bracelets made by Threads of Hope. We will be selling in the homerooms on each grade level. 9 Volunteers needed per day. Each day of volunteering counts for 1/2 of a service hour. Arrive at school at 8:45 and report to MS. Smith in the 7th grade B stairwell by 8:55.
    • Reserve, Louisiana
    •  Lake Pontchartrain Elementary had minor roof damage and suffered approximately 18” of flooding. LaPlace Elementary School had minor roof damage that allowed water to enter and damage ceiling tiles in approximately 7 rooms including the Principal’s office and library.
    •  East St John High School had approximately 12” of flooding and had minor roof damage. All drywall, doors, flooring, and majority of furniture were damaged by flooding Mold growth was present in all buildings Roof flew off the softball field dugout Softball field foul ball poles were leaning Baseball batting cage was damaged
    •  District wide damage assessed at approximately 23 million dollars Students were not able to return to East St John High School and are now attending a different high school for half days (split schedule). Students will return second semester. Many of the elementary schools were closed without power for over a week. Construction was estimated to be completed in 4 weeks
    • Jr. Beta will be sending all thedonated supplies to the schools in the St. John district.
    • Thanks for coming to the meeting! You can sign up for all your activities now!! The next meeting will be on Thursday, November 1st.