New members were inducted and next year's officers installed at the annual Beta Club banquet Monday night. Beta Club promotes ideals of academic achievement, character, service, and leadership. Those nominated for membership must show high academic achievement and good character. Initiated into membership were Katie Baker, Jose Briseno, Max Glasgow, Emily Cox, Gabe Kiener, Valeria Perez, Kacee Reding, and Samantha Paukei. Officers installed for the next school year were: Stormie Boston, president; Aivrie Drumm, vice president; Katelyn Bingham, secretary; Lea Leyva, historian, and Jacee Lewis, reporter.
Beta Club officers for the current school year were recognized. They are: President Haden Glasgow, Vice President Cooper Hicks, Secretary Montana Allen, Historian Paydon Trumbley, Reporter Lea Leyva, and Treasurer Tracie Allen. Other Beta Club members are Jacob Base, Jaycie Bates, Aliyah Bidwell, Katelyn Bingham, Stormie Boston, Aivrie Drumm, Jose Perez, Chandra Shopteese, Jace Swigart, Cisco Leyva, Julissa Martinez, and Jacee Lewis.
Geary Elementary School's Spring Fling carnival and May Pole performance, originally scheduled for April 29, has been postponed to Thursday, May 19, due to predictions of stormy weather. Carnival-goers can look forward to seeing the fourth graders present the traditional May Pole dance at 5:00 at the Agri-Plex. The action will next shift to the fairgrounds for carnival fun from 5:30-8:30 p.m. . . .
Which is better--experience or youth? We will answer this question at the Student vs. Faculty basketball game at 1:30 on Friday, April 29, at the Field House. Come and root for your favorite team. Admission is $2.00 at the door. This is a fundraiser for the girls' basketball team.
Elementary P.E. teacher Steve Wilson does more than just award the P.E. spirit stick to the best-behaved class at Friday morning assemblies. He also entertains students by wearing a variety of costumes and athletic uniforms and telling humorous stories. Wilson said he first wore a football helmet "because I just wanted the kids to have fun on a Friday morning." Wilson remarked, "One student . . .
The Geary Public Schools Board of Education recently welcomed new Board member Andy Smith and elected officers for 2016. Crystal Briscoe was elected president; Jason Bernhardt, vice president, and Randall Base, clerk. Members are Andy Smith and Afton Brower. We want to thank our Board of Education for the public service work they do for our students, school district, and community.
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