Activities

Beta Club

The National Beta Club recognizes, academic achievement, promotes character, develops leadership skills, encourages service involvement, and provides technological advantages to students in grades 5 - 12. The purpose of the National Beta Club shall be to promote the ideals of character, service and leadership among elementary and secondary school students, to reward meritorious achievement and to encourage and assist students in continuing their education after high school.

To qualify for National Junior Beta Club, a student must be in the 5th grade and have an overall 4th grade average of 93. Members must maintain an average of at least 90 each nine weeks, as well as display good character and leadership skills. Members are also required to earn at least five service points during the school year. Service points may be earned by participating in school-based service projects, as well as by doing service projects on their own. Some of the service projects that Beta Club will participate in during the year include: Operation Christmas Child, sucker sales, school-wide Recycling Program, Reading Buddies, and the Kindergarten Easter Egg Hunt.

Recycling Club

Thanks to a grant from SCDHEC, we were able to purchase recycling bins for each classroom in our school building. Beta Club members are responsible for emptying the classroom bins each Friday. The Cherokee County Recycling Center picks up our materials to be recycled every week.

Student Council

Corinth Elementary School's Student Council is made up of 2 students from each class in grades 3-5. Members are responsible for our morning announcements and school store. Members also assist with events such as Red Ribbon Week, American Education Week, and Field Day. In addition, members participate in service projects, such as Operation Christmas Child and the Salvation Army's "Cans for Kids" food drive. Student Council sponsors are: Mrs. Reel, Ms. Allen, & Mrs. Propst.

Reading Buddy Program

Corinth Elementary School works towards literacy in many ways. To compliment our reading program we will be continuing our Reading Buddies. During Reading Buddy time each month, older children pair up with younger children to share some favorite story books! The little ones love to showcase their ability to read as much as they love being read to. Older children have the opportunity to practice their fluency and expression.

Good News Club

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