PEER (Positive Experiences in Educational Relationships) is a specialized class in LCPS, for student leaders, that is designed to develop students’ peer mentoring skills and help teach them how to assist their peers emotionally, socially, and academically. Peer groups focus on areas such as bullying, healthy relationships, substance use, mental health, suicide, special needs populations, violence prevention, and community outreach efforts.
As positive role models, peer helpers develop and implement educational and awareness programs which address issues facing today’s students. Through prevention and intervention approaches, the peer program functions as a supplemental resource for increasing overall effectiveness of student services within the school setting.
Campaigns and activities include - Blue Ridge Middle School Mentoring, Sources of Strength Training, Sources of Strength Assembly & Walk, Hey Day, New Student & Staff Luncheon, Gratitude Grams, Healthy Relationships Campaign, EL Students Luncheon, Clothing & Hygiene Product Drive, Club and Community Collaborations with We're ALL Human, LVSI, SCA, and Loudoun Abused Women's Shelter.2021-2022Sponsor: Jodi HenrySponsor: Liz O'Connor