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Lincoln Middle School is excited to announce  that we are implementing the WEB  program which  will help our 6th graders transition to life at Lincoln by providing them with a support system led by 8th grade WEB leaders. This program will ease the transition and help foster a culture of belonging at Lincoln.

 
WHAT IS WEB?
The structure of the WEB program guides 6th graders to academic and  social success by reducing the initial challenges of entering middle school. WEB helps create an environment where 6th graders feel cared for and supported by creating an atmosphere free of bullying, intimidation and fear and replacing it with support, connection and a sense of comfort and belonging.

The transition to middle school can be a major event in the life of a young person, and yet very few strategies for support exist in most middle schools. Because the move to middle school can be stressful  and frightening, 6th graders often experience lowered academic achievement and difficult social adjustments. WEB eases this challenging time by   offering the 6th graders a solid and safe foundation to begin their middle school experience.

With WEB, students help students  succeed by using older students as peer mentors for the 6th graders. WEB leaders are members of the 8th grade class who go through extensive training to become positive role models, motivators and teachers. The WEB leaders also serve as a catalyst for change at your school by modeling positive behavior for their peers, thus reducing incidences of teasing and bullying and helping  to make the school a place Where Everybody Belongs.  

If you have any questions about the WEB program at Lincoln Middle School, please contact our WEB Coordinator Mr. Emery at 435-4450. 

 
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Downloads

Parent Letter and Media Release
WEB Leader Code of Conduct
WEB Leader Application
Informational Flyer