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Silo Beta Club compete in State Competition

Posted Date: 03/09/2022

Silo Beta Club compete in State Competition

Silo Beta Club compete in State Competition

National Beta members from Silo High School are celebrating their recent participation in the Oklahoma Beta Hybrid State Convention. They were announced as winners of the following competitions:

9th Language Arts-Izzy Whitlock 1st place

10th Language Arts- Avery Beauchamp 1st place

11th Language Arts- Audrey Gordon 1st place

9th Science- John Poling 1st place

10th Science- Evan Hammond 1st place

11th science - Kincaid Hise 2nd place

12th Science -Hayden Reeve 1st place

9th Social Studies- Brandon Weibel 1st place

10th Social Studies- Ethan Wilkerson 2nd place

10th grade Math - Hailey Cicio 3rd Place

12th grade Spanish - Christina Clark 3rd place

10th grade Ag Science -Claycey Rowland 2nd place

Division 1: On-site Art -Taija Parrot 2nd Place

Div 2- On-site Art -Hayden Reeve 1st place

Div 1 - Painting -Taija Parrot 2nd place

Div 2- Painting -Hayden Matthew 1st place

Mixed Media Art -Hayden Matthew 1st place

Quiz bowl 3rd place-Madison Gordon, Brandon Weibel, John Poling, and Hayden Reeve

National Beta State Convention allows students the opportunity to compete in various academic and STEM-based, virtual and performing arts competitions. This year, State Convention was offered as a hybrid event. This gave students the opportunity to compete either virtually or onsite at Embassy Suites in Norman, Oklahoma depending on their level of comfort. These victories at the state level provide an opportunity to compete at the national level. National Convention will be held at the Gaylord Opryland Resort in Nashville, Tennessee during Summer 2022.

Silo Students really enjoy participating in State Beta Convention and I am proud to say we usually do really well in our competitions. ~ Pam Dellinger, Beta Sponsor

Silo has 49 current members.  The club was founded in 2009 and Pam Dellinger has been the sponsor the entire time.  Beta does community service and this year’s community service  was: working the horseshoe tournament for the Special Olympics, women’s shelter clothing drive, food drive for a community pantry, clothing drive for the youth shelter, snacks for the homeless, and finally we sponsor the annual Beta Blood Drive which will be held this year on Apr 20, 2022. To help their school, the Beta students also clean up after every home basketball game.

With more than 500,000 active members and 8,750 clubs nationally and internationally, National Beta has become the nation’s largest independent, non-profit, educational youth organization. National Beta promotes the ideals of academic achievement, character, service and leadership among elementary and secondary school students. National Junior Beta includes grades 4-8 and National Senior Beta includes grades 9-12. Visit for more information.