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Los Alamos Middle School will be introducing a new program for incoming seventh graders this year.
WEB Crew, Where Everyone Belongs, is a year-long program run by the Prevention Office with the help of Los Alamos County.
The WEB philosophy is built upon “Students Helping Students Succeed.”
“I am very excited for the WEB Crew Program to begin at the middle school,” said LAMS principal Rex Kilburn. “I hope that with the introduction of this program that aspects of student culture will change at LAMS.”
Prior to the start of the year, the WEB leaders were trained on building relationships and drafted their words of wisdom on how to be successful in middle school as seen through their eyes.
New seventh graders are invited to attend a special orientation on Sept. 12, from 8 a.m.-noon, at LAMS.
The students will participate in team building activities, learn skills to be successful and tour the facility, all before the hustle and bustle of the traditional first day.
“One of the most exciting feelings as each new school year begins is to see and meet the new students to the school,” said Kilburn. “Being able to do this a few days ahead of time will be fantastic for me and will help the seventh graders get acclimated sooner.”
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