This year was South Allegheny’s first year in Stand Together. Going into the training, I was already impressed with how much information these students knew! They were able to efficiently discuss how stigma is a problem in their school and what they can do about it. While brainstorming different project ideas, the students worked together in small groups to come up with a plan. After the groups shared out, we combined their ideas into one and created an awesome toolkit!
By the end of day 2, it was wonderful to see how much the students had grown in such a short amount of time. The group had a great cohesiveness that will hopefully carry out into the rest of the school. I am looking forward to seeing their projects throughout the year. Great job, South Allegheny!
Written by Lacey, trainer
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