Upperclassmen Share Advice with Grade 8

Students speak in front of a classroom

Schalmont High School students shared advice with 8th graders last week to help them with their transition to 9th grade next year.

Upperclassmen visited classrooms where they gave plenty of great advice from things to look forward to like pep rallies and football games to the importance of not falling behind in school work to joining clubs and activities to meet friends.

Eighth graders also had a lot of great questions from what type of activities are available for students to how is the amount of work compared to Middle School.

“Don’t ever be afraid to ask a question. You can build relationships with teachers and counselors who will help you,” said one upperclassman. “There is so much to look forward to.”

Great job, students!

Students listen to questions in a classroom