WEB - Where Everyone Belongs
WEB is our site student mentoring program. Our 8th grade students mentor 6th grader throughout the year. A variety of events are planned throughout the year to help foster positive school relationships and connectedness.
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Sierra Vista Middle School's WEB!!!
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What does WEB do for 6th graders?
6th graders get to participate in a bunch of fun games with their friends and WEB leaders. On WEB Wednesdays at break 6th graders get to indulge in entertaining and exciting activities with lots of snacks! You also talk to your 8th-grade buddy about school and how you are doing. WEB leaders are always there for you if something is wrong.
"Web helped me become a more open-minded person and it gave me a chance to let 6th graders look up to me" -Gina R.
"Being in WEB helped me become a better leader. It helped me lead young individuals that look up to me and helped me keep myself in check. -Allissa
"We get kind letters for Web Wednesday where we play fun games and get delicious snacks" -Ariana G.
"It's very nice to know that I have an older person to look over me" -Sophie F.
What is WEB?
What does WEB stand for? WEB stands for "Where Everybody Belongs." WEB is a program run by eighth-grade students to help new sixth graders and students to our school feel welcome and comfortable at Sierra Vista Middle School.
What does a WEB leader do and learn?
After several days of training, including some days in the summer, WEB leaders will help with the 6th-grade Orientation before school in August. At the orientation, each pair of WEB leaders will lead activities with a small group of sixth graders. Then, throughout the school year, WEB leaders must attend all scheduled events. If committed to the program, a WB leader can grow and earn several important skills. You will have the opportunity to develop in areas of leadership, public speaking, cooperation, activity planning, and much more! Volunteering your time, energy and talent never goes unrewarded. Remember, you get back what you give.