Peer Counselors learn how to be role models on campus


Students of all grades and kinds stand near the door to receive their name tags.

 On Jan. 14, a group of 80 students met up to learn about peer counseling and how to help their fellow peers. 

A meet and greet between peers, Rory Hutchens, Mackenzie Juza, and Elizabeth Gant, get to know each other before starting activities.
Peer counselors socialize before Karly Wardwell, the leader of PC, starts the presentation.
Empty chairs symbolize the new peer counselors that will be trained to make a difference on campus.
Madison Bunce sits alone as she studies the folder that she is given. Every new Peer Counselor got a folder full of methods and information.