• What is the Freshman Leadership Network? 

    The program is designed to support the needs of our newest students as they transition into the high school environment. Freshman Leadership Network is a course that meets every other day for the student’s entire 9th-grade year.

    Students will work with a faculty mentor and other Daniel Boone staff members to cover a variety of transitional topics such as college and career planning, financial literacy, leadership, student involvement, empathy, equity, digital citizenship, discipline, study habits, and time management. In addition, upperclassmen student ambassadors will serve as student mentors to provide support and work with the freshmen to help in the transition process. The goal of the Freshman Leadership Network is to support students during their transition to DBAHS through support and encouragement to promote success and to help build our BLAZER culture.

     Program Goals:

    • To ensure that all students transition to the high school environment successfully.
    • To provide ongoing, multi-tiered support and help for our newest Blazers.
    • To model and assist students in their development of good study and work habits.
    • To provide social, emotional, and academic lessons and topics for students to gain social-emotional and 21st-century learning skills.
    • Career and industry exposure through speakers, trips, and activities to promote college and career readiness.

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