Phi Theta Kappa Projects
As an organization devoted not only to academic excellence, but also moral character and good citizenship, Beta Beta Delta members seek to create and participate in projects to help our local community.
These projects often fit the ideas set forth by the national Phi Theta Kappa organization.
Community Service Projects for 2011-2012
Food Drive for Share and Care in December 2011
Coat Drive for local schools in December 2011
Children's Book Drive for Hope Tree Project in December 2011
Hygiene Products and Food Drive for Children Charity Ministries Backpack Program in February 2011
PTK student pictured here are about to deliver 5 large totes of food and hygiene products to Children Charity Ministries.
Landscaping and Yard Work for Grandma's House Children's Advocacy Center in April 2011
Crooked Creek Clean-up with Northark Green Team in April 2011
Honors in Action Project for 2012
Honors in Action
is a research project that provides guidance based upon new knowledge related to the themes of the Honors Study Topic.
Our members have chosen to look at theme 8: Making the Grade: Competition and Education. The question we will be researching is "Does the assignment of grades help or hinder the learning process?”
Links of Interest