Students from ECPS schools took home the following awards:
G.W. Bulluck Elementary School
Special Talent – 1st place - Avery Wittig
Quiz Bowl – 1st place – Breanna Barbee, Parker Gay, Noah League & Will Solomon
Club Banner – 1st place – Peyton King, McKenzie Rogers, Symone Seabreeze
G.W. Carver Elementary School
Woodworking – 1st place – Keira Thomas
Wreath – 1st place – Taylor Fleming, Aidan Knudsen, Biancha Webb & Marley Webb
Recycled Art – 3rd place – Chase Taylor
Club Banner – 2nd place – Keira Thomas
Club T-shirt – 2nd place – Gabby Allen, Hannah Clay, Taylor Fleming, Aidan Knudsen, Tripp Little, Reanna Pettaway, Keira Thomas & Biancha Webb
Robotics – 1st place – Caleb Allen, Layne Baker, Trenton Hill, Tripp Little, John Michael Owens, Garrett Staton & Chase Taylor
Spotlight Your Club Display – 1st place - Gabby Allen, Hannah Clay & Kayla Harrell
Essay – 1st place – Tripp Little
Quiz Bowl – 3rd place – Taylor Fleming, Aidan Knudsen, Biancha Webb & Cameron Woodard
Gold Key Award (10% growth in convention attendance) – Carver Junior Beta Club
Martin Millennium Academy
Book Battle – 1st Place – Lilly Chafin, Lydia Potter, Carissa Spruill
Social Studies – 2nd place – Aniya Hardy
Speech – 3rd place – Cole Craddock
Poetry – 2nd place – Mallory Bryant
Recyclable Art – 1st place – Mallory Bryant
Color Photography – 2nd place – Emma Kate Harrelson
Speech (Division II) – 1st place – Kameron Pettaway
Club Trading Pin – 2nd place – MMA Junior Beta Club
A Martin Millennium Academy seventh-grade student was also elected to a state office. Seth Schenall will serve as the Secretary of North Carolina’s Junior Beta Club.
“I am very excited to serve as an officer for the Junior Beta Club. I am committed to working with my fellow officers and I am open for opportunities to serve others,” said Schenall.
“I would like to extend my appreciation to my Martin Millennium Academy Junior Beta Club advisors and club members for their support and assistance with my campaign,” added Schenall.
The National Beta Club is the largest independent, non-profit, educational youth organization in America. The purpose of the club is to promote the ideals of academic achievement, character, service and leadership among elementary and secondary school students.