6 years ago

Charlotte Dotson, Beta Sponsor


Membership in the National Beta Club chapter at Grundy High School is extended to those juniors and seniors who have demonstrated outstanding academic achievement (maintained a 94.000 or above average), exemplified worthy character, and maintained a commendable attitude throughout their high school years.


2017-2018 Beta Club Officers:


President:  Maggie McComas

Vice-President:  Tate O'Quinn

Secretary:  Isabel Steele

Treasurer:  Chynna Church


2018 Senior Class Beta Club Members: 


Tanner Baldwin 

Cory Belcher 

Cody Belcher 

Grace Blankenship 

Hannah Bostic

Chance Childress 

Chynna Church 

Michael Church

Autumn Clevinger 

Cody Cline 

Alexis Coleman 

Kristen Coleman 

Christopher Conley 

Nadia’Shae Dawson 

Julia Deel

Kevin Dotson

Chandler Estep 

Emily Hibbitts 

Abby Hylton 

Abigail Jones 

Cassidy Keene

Michael Lester 

Stacey Looney

Maggie McComas 

Jacob McNutt 

Hailey Meadows 

Kelsi Mutter 

Timothy Tate O’Quinn 

MiKayla Peck 

Alyssa Potter 

Brooke Rasnick 

Jacob Rice 

Hope Shortridge  

Kassidy Smith

Isabel Steele

Joshua Cole Street

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5 years ago

What is COE

Co-op is a part of the VDOE's work-based learning program. Work-based learning (WBL) is a school-coordinated, coherent sequence of on-the-job experiences that are related to students’ career goals and/or interests, are based on instructional preparation, and are performed in partnership with local businesses, industries, or other organizations in the community. Work-based learning enables students to apply classroom instruction in a real-world business or service-oriented work environment.

There are seven different WBL methods of instruction currently practiced in Virginia – job shadowing, mentorship, internship, service learning, clinical experience, student apprenticeship, and cooperative education. These can be grouped into three categories with three different primary goals – career exploration, pre-professional development, and career preparation. How the seven methods group into the three categories and how they compare are shown in the comparison chart (PDF).


For Students:

If you are a student and are interested in earning school credit while working please see me to learn more...All you have to do to earn COE credits is to be enrolled in a marketing class during 1 of the 2 semesters of the current school year, and have a job. If you do not have a job, I will try to help you find a job, however finding a job is your responsibility.

To earn 1 credit you need to work 396 hours, to earn 2 credits you need to work 792hrs.  This works out to working roughly 22 hours a week.

While in COE you have the option to work after school, or leave school either 11:20 or 1:30.


For Employers:

Employers; if you are interested in hiring COE students or learning more about COE and how it can benefit; you please feel free to contact me. My contact info is located at the top of the page.


COE Resources:


Cooperative Education Brochure 

Related Web Sites for Work-Based Learning

Administrative Code and Code of Virginia – Child Labor Laws (PDF)

Virginia Labor and Employment Law

Frequently Asked Questions Concerning the Child Labor Law

Federal Labor and Employment Law for Youth

Update of Child Labor Regulations for the 21st Century


6 years ago

DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs for careers in marketing, finance, hospitality and management in high schools and colleges around the globe.

With nearly a 70-year history, DECA has impacted the lives of more than ten million students, educators, school administrators and business professionals since it was founded in 1946. Their strong connection with our organization has resonated into a brand that people identify as a remarkable experience in the preparation of emerging leaders and entrepreneurs. DECA’s programs and activities have constantly evolved as we use the latest technology and apply cutting edge educational research. Our core focus has remained consistent and is captured in our mission.

DECA is organized into two unique student divisions each with programs designed to address the learning styles, interest and focus of its members. The High School Division includes 200,000 members in 3,500 schools. The Collegiate Division includes over 15,000 members in 275 colleges and universities.



JOIN FBLA!! Dues for FBLA are $15.00; Please Join!!

Deadline for FBLA dues is September 29, 2017!!


6 years ago


Charlotte Dotson, Adviser


Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) is a nonprofit national career and technical student organization for young men and women in Family and Consumer Sciences education in public and private school through grade 12. All students enrolled in a Family and Consumer Sciences class are members of the FCCLA.


2017-2018 FCCLA Officers:

President:  Madison Owens

Vice-President:  Peyton Sparks

Secretary:  Emily Mullins

Treasurer:  Austin Brown