Tuesday March 31, 2015 - 50 YAH student volunteers participated in our Spring Peer to Peer program at Hudson Middle School. This program, which occurs both in the fall and the spring, allows HHS students to present to younger students in the district about relevant topics. This spring, all 6th grade students heard about health & wellness, both mental, physical and emotional health. All 7th grade students heard presentations from high school students about social media and cyber communication. Every 8th grader hear about the typical day in the life of a high school student, including extra curricular activities, typical class schedules and got tips on how they can succeed in their high school careers!
Thank you to the staff and faculty at Hudson Middle School for welcoming our students into their classrooms. A huge thank you to Angela Olsen Law for sponsoring our pizza lunch!
Thank you to all of our students volunteers: Brooke Anderson, Ian Arthur, Mady Belland, Jacob Benoy, Becca Benoy, Lauren Berns, Caitlan Blomker, Laura Cardell, Katie Cardell, Lexi Cavilier, Sammie Drost, Natalie Duncan, Rosa Dunn, Kara Gabrielson, Phoebe Holter, Eric Holter, Gabby Hughes, Sammy Johnson, Lauren Johnson, Dyllan Johnson, Morgan Kallenbach, Brenna Klabon, Brianna Manke, Lexie Meyer, Alexa Marlow, Mady Miller, Marina Minic, Julia Nelson, Kelley Nelson, Lauren O'Neill, McKenna Palm, Holly Penman, Emily Plattner, Jackie Rau, Emma Richert, Brandi Rutte, Hannah Schneider, Sam Stroozas, Kayla Thole, Emma Thole, Amira Tobasi, Sam Truler, Ellie Tvedt, Lindsay Tvedt, Natalie Wagner, Ellie Wasmund, Clare Weber, Madi Wisse, Maddie Zamzow and Matia Zins. You all did a fabulous job!