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Fall Leadership

Beta Regional Leadership Conference is a leadership event  designed to offer experiences to boost self-confidence, broaden leadership skills, and build character.  Students compete in events that test their critical thinking, problem solving, and leadership skills.  Students can advance to National Convention through placement at the Beta Leadership Conference.  Students also have the opportunity to network with their peers and listen to speakers that will strengthen the club while preparing our students to be the future leaders of tomorrow.   


The Clinton High School Beta Club attended and competed at the Regional Beta Leadership Conference in Hot Springs.  Schools from across the state and surrounding states attended to compete and learn different leadership strategies. This was the first year Clinton High School  competed at a Regional Leadership Conference. All 3 teams qualified for Beta National Convention in Fort Worth Texas next summer. The school was declared an Outstanding Leadership School.


Service Snapshot Team consisted of the following Beta Members:  Aly Bramlett, CJ West, Anna Belle Reece, Esteban Saavedra, and David Saavedra.


Rapid Response Team consisted of the following Beta Members:  Abby Bone, Katelynn Thatcher, Alex Prosser, Landon Linn, Mason Corley, Heather Hagerman.


Lead Outside of the Box Team consisted of the following Beta Members:  Reese McDonald, Emily Pilkington, Annika Landers, Lacey Belle McJunkins.


Clinton High School Candidate for Beta Leadership Representative:  Ian Thompson.