For all current incoming 23-24 WEB Leaders, an email will be sent to you and your parents shortly with information regarding training and Camp Parras for the 2023-2024 school year.  Please check the email you used on your application regularly over the next few weeks.  THANK YOU!


WEB (Where Everybody Belongs) is a middle school orientation and transition program that welcomes 6th/7th graders and makes them feel comfortable throughout their first year of their middle school experience. Through this nationally recognized middle school transition program, members of the 8th grade class are trained to act as positive role models, mentors, and teachers who guide the 6th/7th graders to discover what it takes to be successful in middle school. Schools have reported that the WEB middle school transition program has enhanced anti-bullying efforts, reduced discipline issues, and increased school safety, creating an improved school climate and a greater sense of connection for the whole school.

Middle School Transition Program Increases Student Achievement
The goal of WEB, Boomerang Project's middle school orientation and transition program, is to provide schools with a structure in which students make real connections with each other thus increasing school safety and reducing incidence of bullying. Through this program, students learn that people at school care about them and their success. WEB is the middle school transition program that will increase student achievement, enhance character development efforts and create an anti-bullying environment at your school.


Spring Play Day:  Tuesday, April 18th from 12:30-2:50 PM  (during 6th and 7th period and tutorial)

We will let you know if anything for the below dates changes in the coming months. 


WEB Leader training:

Monday, August 7th, 8:30 AM- 1:30 PM.

Tuesday, August 8th, 8:30 AM-1:30 PM.


6th Grade Orientation/Camp Parras:

Thursday, August 10th 11:00 AM - 4 PM.


First day of school: Wednesday, August 16th; wear your WEB Leader shirt and help sixth graders with directions and questions.


First WEB Leader meeting: TBA; during the first few weeks of school

Attend the “Back to School Dance”:  TBA

Be available for follow up activities throughout the year.


 What we look for in WEB Leaders:

•strong communication skills

• willingness to lead others

• responsible enough to manage a group

• accountable to show up throughout the year

• willing to take risks

• interest in helping others

• positive role model

• dedicated

• self-confident and self-directed

• has respect for diverse ideas and personalities

• enthusiastic