Morrilton High School Beta Club
The mission statement of the National Beta Club is to promote the ideals of academic achievement, character, service, and leadership among elementary and secondary schools.
The four keys are:
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 – Demonstrating our motto: Let us Lead by Serving Others
Morrilton High School Beta Club applied for membership into the National Beta Club in 1955. The local chapter was organized in 1956 with new members initiated each year.
2019-20 MHS Beta Club officers are:
President – Michael Canady
Vice-President – Anna Smith
Secretary – Madison Mourot
Reporter – Anna Purtle
State Officer Candidate – Hunter Newsom
By: MHS Beta Club Reporter Jacque Wilson
On Ocotber 20, 20198 at 2:00 PM the Morrilton Senior High Beta Club inducted its new members. The new inductees heard about the club’s four Key Points; academic achievements, character, service, and leadership. The keys were presented to them by the officers of the club. President Michael Canady, Vice President Anna Smith, Secretary Madison Mourot, and Reporter Anna Purtle. Special guest speaker was Grace Williams, 2019-20 National Senior Beta President. The Club is led by sponsors Regina Erwin, Jamie Mullins, and Shawna Parks.
Grace Williams was elected Arkansas State Senior Beta Club President in January, 2019. MHS Beta Club attended the National Beta Convention in Oklahoma City in June. Grace was elected 2019-20 National Senior Beta Club President!