WEB stands for Where Everybody Belongs. It is a full-year elective course for aspiring student leaders. These WEB leaders become mentors for all 6th graders and any new students throughout the year. As mentors, WEB leaders work to foster a sense of community at Ralston Middle School where all students feel like they belong. WEB leaders are often out at 6th grade lunches, where they spend time playing and connecting to 6th graders. They also work to put on Ralston’s new student orientation and other after-school socials throughout the school year.
Do you desire to be in Student Government, Yearbook, or WEB (Mentor Program - Where Everyone Belongs) next school year? If yes, you must complete the two-step application process:
Step 1) Complete and submit this electronic application;
Step 2) Obtain recommendations from three teachers on an electronic form.
This application is the first step in the application process for Student Government, Yearbook, and WEB (Mentor Program-Where Everyone Belongs). Completing this application does not guarantee placement in these electives.