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Victoria Slaughter

Victoria Slaughter, S2S Leader

Victoria Slaughter is our trained Student 2 Student Ambassador Leader.  She will be leading the training sessions for our new Student 2 Student Recruits.  She, along with one other student and Mrs. Copes, were trained over the curriculum of Student 2 Student at a conference in San Antonio.  She has done a great job of presenting information and getting students interested in the program!

Student 2 Student

S2S

What is Student 2 Student?

 

The MCEC Student 2 Student (S2S) program trains civilian and military-connected high school students to establish and sustain peer-based programs in their schools to support mobile children as they transition to and from the school.
 

Each meets very real transitioning student needs with:

  • Immediate peer credibility
  • Positive peer relationships
  • Valued information about the school and the community

A delegation from the school is trained to return to their home campus to provide leadership to support students who are transitioning to or from their school. The team is composed of advisors and students. The focus is student-centered, and is student-led, with close supervision. The development of student trainers who can return to their home campus to train other peers is critical to the success and credibility of the program.

Three researched-based modules are used for this training:

  • Academics: (Requirements, Processes, Access) e.g., Test Assessments, Progress Reporting, Programs and Opportunities, Enrichment Support
  • Relationships: (Acceptance, Attributes, Friendships) e.g., Faculty/staff, Groups, Organizations, Peers, Local, On/off Campus
  • Finding the way: (Attention, Orientation, Appreciation) e.g., The Community, the Campus, the Culture, Rules/Policies, School Documents, Structures

The researched-based modules incorporate planning, technology, resources, goal setting, support systems, and elements of transitioning in and out of the campus. Through the training, the team develops well-prepared local lesson plans and clear team assignments for implementation at their home campuses.

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S2S Interest Luncheon

 

On Thursday, February 28, 2013, Bossier High School launched the MCEC (Military Child Education Coalition) Student2Student ambassador program.  The MCEC Student 2 Student (S2S) program trains civilian and military-connected high school students to establish and sustain peer-based programs in their schools to support mobile children as they transition to and from the school.

During this initial meeting, a group of 14 students were guided by Sophomore Victoria Slaughter through an ice-breaker activity that allowed the students to feel the uneasiness that change and transition can bring. After the activity, students shared a meal of pizza and homemade B shaped cookies and listened to a briefing presented by Slaughter on the S2S program, why it is needed, and how the transitioning students, families, school and community will benefit from it.

Following the briefing, all of the students in the group were asked to share their experiences in transitioning in and out of schools.  Mrs. Copes (Bossier High Advisor) and Mrs. Price (Military Transition Consultant for Bossier Parish) followed up at the end with important dates and information regarding application deadlines.