Quotes from our WEB Leaders
Quotes from WEB Leaders:
Evan Stern: "The 6th graders this year are very respectful. When I've gone into their classes they have been super well-behaved."
Marianna Thomas: "My favorite part about WEB is being able to help our new 6th graders get more involved in school."
September Turner-Hutchinson: "WEB has been awesome, and we are all kind here. I can say that kindness is a big part of WEB so everyone feels welcome."
Kaleb Spadafora: "My favorite part about WEB is how respectful the 6th graders are this year, and it feels good to be helping them out and checking in on them."
Oliver Janik: "As a 6th grader, WEB was a very helpful thing to me because it helped me find my classes and made me more respectful to my classmates."
Curtis Smela: "My favorite part of WEB is being able to help the next generation of 6th graders."
Jolien Maycroft: "My favorite part about WEB is being able to make friends and just being able to make people happy."
Gurthrie Manzella: "As a 6th grader, I remember how nice it was to have the WEB Leaders to help me."
Sean Stonier: "My favorite part about WEB is being able to make the 6th graders more comfortable and being able to make the 6th graders more engaged in school."
Charlotte Wright: "It's been a crazy year, but my favorite part about WEB is getting to know these 6th graders and watching them grow as a person."
Garet Hendrickson: "Just helping other people with things that I have struggled with on my own...that is what I love about WEB."
Amira Ayoub: "My favorite part of being a WEB Leader is that we get to help the 6th graders because 6th grade is kind of hard."
Jenna Houckes: "My favorite part is helping the 6th graders."
Jonathan Jack: "My favorite part about WEB is that the 6th graders are fun to talk to."
Tatum Sharp: "I love always helping 6th graders. I know WEB really encouraged me and helped me belong as a 6th grader. I can't wait to see this group of 6th graders become future WEB Leaders and great people."
Addison Smith: "My favorite part about WEB is just letting the 6th graders hopefully feel comfortable and welcome."