On Monday the members of the 2016-17 HOPE Squad went to Shadow Mountain for their annual retreat. The students were introduced to the HOPE Squad advisers and the goals and objectives for the year were laid out. Throughout the year the students on HOPE Squad will be trained in QPR, which stands for Question, Persuade and Refer. Students will be trained in recognizing warning signs in their peers, persuading them to get help and referring them to an appropriate resource in order to get help. The intent of HOPE Squad is to offer hope through positive action at MJHS.
This years members from left to right are: Abigail Rowe, Emily Westercamp, Jaxon Keller, Dillan Christensen, Kobe Carter, Carlos Rodriguez, Collin Jensen, Harrison Nemelka, Spencer Crockett, McK enna Poulson, Abbie Gomez, Samantha Roundy, Sidney Liggett, Miriam Wasden, Hilaree Davis, Tava Hickman, Kyla Balser, Sydney Mitchell, Ellie Wheeler, Dale Walker, Emma Swenson. Not pictured: Roman Christensen, Gracie Miller, Abigail Jackson
HOPE Advisers from left to right, Kirsten Hullinger, Dave Murphy, Eric Baum, Cami Burton, JoAnna Jenkins, and Dave Jex