Wednesday March 29th, forty Youth Action Hudson student volunteers spent the day at Hudson Middle School for our Spring Peer to Peer program! Our students presented to all 6th, 7th and 8th grade students about a variety of topics!
All 6th grade students heard about stress and time management, and some even got to try out some stress relieving yoga and meditation! The 7th grade students learned about self-awareness and goal setting and how they can take actions today that will help them reach their goals in the future! All 8th graders heard about high school and learned about class schedules, passing time and academies.
Peer to Peer is one of our most popular programs, and would not be possible without the support of the Hudson Middle school administration, staff and teachers. We are so thankful for their willingness to welcome our students into their classrooms and interact with their younger peers.
Thank you to all of our awesome student volunteers who spent six weeks preparing their presentations!
Elsa Akenson, Emma Anderson, Becca Benoy, Joseph Blake, Sarah Cable, Katie Cardell, Brooklyn Casa de Calvo, Emily Denning, Natalie Duncan, Sophie Duran, Allison Ewig, Audrey Fredrickson, Olivia Fremling, Madi Gunderson, Chloe Heifner, Phoebe Holter, Jessica Iverson, Katie Jewell, Sammy Johnson, Morgan Kallenbach, Jack Knoke, Kady Kochendorfer, Rachel Mckenzie, Olivia Mcmenimen, Ava Miller, Kristina Minic, Marina Minic, Julia Nelson, Kelley Nelson, Brooke Olson, Lauren O'Neill, Taylor Owens, Holly Penman, Jackie Rau, Sydney Rossini, Molly Schuett, Lilly Seiler, Brianna Thill and Lauren Van Bortel.