Congratulations to the students and teachers in our Alternative Education Program across all campuses in the Clinton School District. This morning they were recognized at the Arkansas State Capitol with the Carolyn Pollan Award for Highest Achievement in ALE, Math, and Science. Students representing the district for this award were Dalton Burke, Wesley Cowan, and JC Tompsett although all of our ALE students had a part in earning this honor.
Congratulations to Clinton High School teacher Amanda Sellers, who was awarded a STEM Research Grant from the Society for Science & the Public. The grant will be used for resources to inspire the next generation of scientists. The grant is awarded to those who aim to promote life-long interest in and appreciation for the STEM fields. The STEM Action Grant program supports those that are working to further the public’s understanding of science and to increase participation in the STEM fields. The grant Amanda received will be going to materials that will aid in the participation of students in science competitions and research.
Congratulations! Aly Bramlet
Aly Bramlett, a Clinton High School Senior, was named a 2020 National Beta Scholar. Bramlett was chosen out of over 3,200 Beta scholarship applicants from around the country. National Beta, headquartered in South Carolina, recognizes outstanding young people in 39 states, the District of Columbia, China, Hungary, Puerto Rico and Russia. National Beta encourages its’ members to continue education beyond high school. They do this through their national scholarship program. Today, we are honored to have a student who is one of this year's 247 National Beta scholarship recipients. Beta members are not only high academic achievers; they are also leaders and service-minded individuals. While grades and SAT/ACT scores help determine Beta Scholars, it's the leadership and service activities as Betas that draw the winners to the top. With over 500,000 members, one of our own was selected as one of the top 247 Betas in the country. This student exemplifies the Beta ideals of academic achievement, leadership, character and service. She will advance to round two of the National Beta Club Scholarship process with a chance to win scholarships up to $20,000. In her time in CHS Beta Bramlett has been a 3 time National Beta Convention Qualifier, finishing in the top 10 at Nationals. She will be going to the Beta National Convention this summer as a double qualifier. Bramlett is clearly an outstanding member of the class of 2020. Aly Bramlett is the daughter of Rob and Kim Bramlett of Clinton
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