Weston’s Mattie Beaubouef wins three awards at National BETA Club competition

Earning the right to be in your schools scholastic achievement club – COOLl! Representing your school in a national competition – AWESOME! Coming home from Disneyland with three awards from the National BETA Convention – PRICELESS! 

That is what Weston High School student, Mattie Beaubouef, did recently when she came home with two second’s and a fourth place finish at the National BETA Club Convention held at the Walt Disney Resort in Florida. Beaubouef won second in mixed media and service learning showcase and took fourth in drawing.

“We are so very proud of Mattie” said Weston High School Principal Ritchie Tolar. “She worked hard for this and deserves her recognition.”

BETA Club members must maintain a 3.5 grade point average, take part in school activities and show leadership and service characteristics. The National Convention usually draws roughly 20,000 student from across the nation during the eight days of competition.


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2 thoughts on “Weston’s Mattie Beaubouef wins three awards at National BETA Club competition

  1. You know she wasn’t the only young lady to go to Florida and win !! But we all know nothing gets reported about Jonesboro hodge students on here!!!

    • Actually NO!!!!! There was nothing provided from Jonesboro-Hodge about anyone else going to the BETA convention. Weston High is very good about providing information for their students so if you want to make a critical remark about nothing being published about JHHS students you should take it up with whoever should have provided this info to be published or have provided it yourself if you knew about it.

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