Student Will Encourage Collegial Conduct-SWECC
In September of 2011, a group of students met with Dr. Richardson to discuss positive incentives as part of the developing PBIS program. At this original meeting, the group of 8 juniors & seniors demonstrated their leadership skills by voicing a need for the students, themselves, to begin working with & modeling positive, academic behaviors to younger students. Out of this conversation was borne our SWECC (see acronym above) Mentoring Program. Approximately 30 sophomores, juniors & seniors in good academic & behavior standing mentor our younger students during lunch periods, in the halls & during class times. The ownership demonstrated by our student leaders forms the foundation in our Pursuit of Excellence.