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Points of Pride
  •  Beck Centennial is a state-of-the-art educational facility with advanced technologies throughout the building to facilitate 21st Century teaching and learning opportunities to prepare our students for the global society
  • The National Elementary Honor Society has 49 members at Beck Centennial in grades 4-6.
    We are proud of our competitive teams including Lego Robotics, Science Olympiad, Social Studies Olympiad and Math Olympiad and the Beck students in the UCS Academically Gifted and Talented program.
  • Beck students support community projects including food and clothing collections for families in need.
  • Beck kindergarten students and their families donated mittens to the Macomb County foster care program. Other Beck students and families
    donated clothing to the same organization.
  • Our annual Beck Variety Show featured  students in grades K-6 sharing their talents.
  • Students invited their families to our annual portfolio night to share their personal portfolios of work collected throughout the year.
  • The Beck Student Council collected 2500 cans of food and non-perishable food items for the Kiwanis Club food drive.
  • Spanish Club was offered to kindergarten and first grade students this year.
  • All students were invited to participate in the Young Authors writing contest.
  • Students in fourth grade held a “Cookies for Cows” bake sale for Heifer International, raising enough money to purchase a cow for a poor family. Heifer International is a global  non-profit charity working to end poverty and hunger by providing livestock and other self-sustaining items to people in third world areas.
  • In addition to our third grade student author, six Beck students were recognized for their  illustrations in the UCS Kaleidoscope, a published collection of student works sponsored by the Michigan Reading Association.
  • Members of the National Honor Society at Eisenhower High School tutored third and fourth graders in Beck’s after-school math club.
  • Our local boy scouts and girl scouts assisted in the annual school cleanup in the spring, including planting a new tree and other decorative plants on the front grounds.