Where Everybody Belongs

Leo Ambrogelly, Producer

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Before school starts, before even a single period bell has rang, WEB leaders begin working. Their mission: to help 6th graders feel at home in a new environment. “I chose to be a web leader so I could help the 6th graders and make their experience in middle school better, and also, to make sure they have a lot of fun,” said Talan Dunn (Gr. 8). To that end, WEB hosts a variety of events each year including the 6th grade Ice Cream Social and 6th grade orientation. In addition to showing 6th graders around campus, WEB inspires 6th graders to become leaders themselves! Evan Ricklefs (gr.6) feels the need to take the help given to him by WEB and pay it forward, “because I would like to help other kids… do the same thing.” In fact, the WEB leadership of years past was what inspired *Zachary Metzger (Gr. 8), one of our current WEB leaders, to join. “I did web because I remember in 6th grade – web helped me through the year a lot.” Look at WEB hard enough, and you will see that it is a program that inspires the next generation of leaders.

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