• The goal of the Peer Guidance Committee is to combine input from the committee with support and concerns to strengthen the entire student body.  Another goal is to build a network of students who are capable of recognizing and solving problems based upon communication and conflict resolution skills.  Membership includes students who exemplify leadership, honesty, and true character in the classroom.

     
    Activities:
     
    New Student Breakfast in September
    Encourage teachers and staff/Teacher Appreciation Week 
    Adopt/Read to Clinton Park Students
    Participate in the Fall Harvest Carnival 
    Serve in community service projects 
    Exciting monthly leadership meetings 
     
    Objectives:
     
    Helping students in need (new students, being a good friend, trustworthy)
    Letting Mrs. Norton know or another trusting adult if a student needs help
    Learn how to be a leader and use effective problem solving skills