Ryan Mallory Volunteers to Become Sponsor of the Beta Club

RYAN MALLORY VOLUNTEERS TO BECOME SPONSOR OF THE BETA CLUB -- Mr. Ryan Mallory is pictured organizing his heavy workload while working as the new Beta Club sponsor.

Bailey Brantingham

RYAN MALLORY VOLUNTEERS TO BECOME SPONSOR OF THE BETA CLUB -- Mr. Ryan Mallory is pictured organizing his heavy workload while working as the new Beta Club sponsor.

Bailey Brantingham, Head Staff Writer

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This year, longtime Central High School English teacher Ryan Mallory will be taking over as the new head Beta Club sponsor. He will be succeeding Sally White, who taught at Central for 10 years, but recently transferred to a position at the Chattanooga High School Center for Creative Arts.

“I volunteered to sponsor Beta Club because I wanted to continue the work Ms. White did, promoting academic excellence and community service,” stated Mallory.

The Beta Club is a national organization that promotes scholarly excellence in students. Students are chosen to be inducted into the Beta Club based on their grade point average and disciplinary record.

For the 2019-2020 school year, Mallory plans to lead the Beta Club to greatness. He is excited to hold more structured and regular meetings so that the students can achieve their full capability in the club. Mallory also plans to have the club perform a community service project as well as attend a regional Beta Club conference.

Since he has just become associated with Central’s Beta Club, Mallory is slowly becoming ready to dive in and learn the ways of the organization known as the National Beta Club and get to know the excellent students who are a part of  it.

“If all goes well, I certainly hope to sponsor the Beta Club for years to come. I’ll need to lay the foundation this year and then grow and strengthen the club in coming years,” claimed Mallory.

Mallory plans to continue to push the Beta Club and its students to strive for academic and societal excellence.

“I’m looking forward to teaching these students organizational strategies so that they can become self-starters in the future,” concluded Mallory.

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