Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Vienna Grade School named National Beta School of Distinction


Vienna Grade School was recently named a National Beta Club School of Distinction. This national award recognizes the school’s commitment to academic rigor and illustrates their dedication to preparing students for college and career readiness. 

The National Beta Club is the nation’s largest independent, non-profit, educational youth organization. Beta Club provides unique learning experiences that allow students to achieve lifelong goals. 

The School of Distinction award is bestowed upon chapters who show that they are committed to recognizing and promoting high academic achievement, rewarding and nurturing worthy character, improving student leadership skills and encouraging service to others. The National Beta Club believes that the students at Vienna Grade School understand these qualities and exemplify the Beta motto, ‘Let Us Lead by Serving Others.’ 

Pictured with the School of Distinction Award Banner are, from left: 

Front row, Jeremy Pietrowski, Isabella Brookshier, Mallory Zoeckler, Nate Kerley, Ryan Wright, Asa Sparks and Jordan Henderson. Second row, Rebecca Kindhart, Jessica Wampler, Lily Greer, Nathan Bailey, Nolan Dahncke and Sam Hirsch.

Third row, Jaiden Sanders, Briley Shanks, Autumn Harp, Joseph Kossack, Kyle Shipley, Jason McIntyre and John Bremer. Fourth row, Steven Eldridge, Jered Huckleberry and Christian Alford. Back row, sponsors Laura Clark, Melissa Corbit, Lorylee Hensley, and Nathan Corbit and Vienna Grade School superintendent Greg Frehner.

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