THMS Junior Beta induction

- Posted on Mar 30, 2011 - 04:12 PM

Photo: Thirty-nine students were welcomed into the Thomas Hunter Middle School Junior Beta Club during an induction ceremony on Monday, March 21 in the school’s multipurpose room. The National Beta Club is an organization for fifth through 12th graders, recognizing academic achievement, leadership, character and service. Students installed were, front row from left, Mickenzie Sadler, Madison South, Emily Sorey, Isabella Baucom, Jordan Bozza, Josephine Bauby, Edwin Hudgins, Preston Hudgins, Amber Jackson, Jalen Thomas; Reagan Jackson, Katelyn James, William John, Madelyn Johnson, Jonathan Kincade, Madison Manning, Ella Metzger, Sterling Ransone, Diego Rayas, Thomas Mayo; third row, Michael Bligiotis, Mackenzie Tunstall, Gracie West, Blake Barefoot, James Cook, Zachary Lathrop, Brooke Prentice, Geneva Waynick, Stuart Anderson; back row, Madeline Brown, Kathryn Bray, Keely Crittenden, Russell Dearolph-Sterling, Ali Haynes, Sydney Didrickson, William Hall, David Henning, Emma Wygant and, not pictured, Adam Johnson. Photo by Charlie Koenig

Thirty-nine students were welcomed into the Thomas Hunter Middle School Junior Beta Club during an induction ceremony on Monday, March 21 in the school’s multipurpose room. The National Beta Club is an organization for fifth through 12th graders, recognizing academic achievement, leadership, character and service. Students installed were, front row from left, Mickenzie Sadler, Madison South, Emily Sorey, Isabella Baucom, Jordan Bozza, Josephine Bauby, Edwin Hudgins, Preston Hudgins, Amber Jackson, Jalen Thomas; Reagan Jackson, Katelyn James, William John, Madelyn Johnson, Jonathan Kincade, Madison Manning, Ella Metzger, Sterling Ransone, Diego Rayas, Thomas Mayo; third row, Michael Bligiotis, Mackenzie Tunstall, Gracie West, Blake Barefoot, James Cook, Zachary Lathrop, Brooke Prentice, Geneva Waynick, Stuart Anderson; back row, Madeline Brown, Kathryn Bray, Keely Crittenden, Russell Dearolph-Sterling, Ali Haynes, Sydney Didrickson, William Hall, David Henning, Emma Wygant and, not pictured, Adam Johnson. Photo by Charlie Koenig

Thirty-nine students were welcomed into the Thomas Hunter Middle School Junior Beta Club during an induction ceremony on Monday, March 21 in the school’s multipurpose room.