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Incoming freshmen participated in the 2014 Freshman Transition Initiative. Research shows that students who start their year with a positive experience and feel connected to peers, faculty, staff and other caring adults are more likely become academically successful and get involved in healthy activities throughout their high school experience.
The Freshman Transition Initiative:
Tri-Town Youth Services, in conjunction with Valley Regional High School and Camp Hazen YMCA, sponsored the third annual Freshman Transition Initiative on Wednesday, August 27, 2014. Incoming freshmen met with community volunteers and Peer Captains--specially trained sophomores, juniors and seniors--who offered their experience, enthusiasm and wisdom as they participated in team building and other activities to promote leadership skills and foster camaraderie among the class of 2018!