• Fairhope Middle School’s Peer Helper Program

    Peer Helpers are chosen based upon completed applications, teacher recommendations, and a screening process by the sponsors, Mrs. Collins and Mrs. Cassagne. Not all students who apply are selected. Peer Helpers may be involved in peer tutoring, mentoring, and other activities as needed. Peer Helpers are chosen in April/May each year, and are trained in August/September. Peer Helpers meet weekly during the school year. Fairhope Middle School's Peer Helper Program is cerified by NAPP and funded by the Jennifer Claire Moore Foundation. 

    Peer Helper Program 

    The FMS Peer Helper Program:

    *Promotes positive communication and interactions among the student body

    *Facilitates student leadership in bullying prevention and provides peer tutoring services

    *Provides school activities related to suicide prevention awareness, drug abuse prevention, and youth violence prevention     

    *Peer Helpers act as School Ambassadors in the community and promote a welcoming spirit of tolerance and commitment to the well being of their peers

    Peer Helper Activities:
    • Schedule Pick Up in August- Tour Students and Families
    • Peer Helper Training
    • Daily Character Education Announcements
    • 7th Grade Anti-Bullying Assembly
    • New Student Breakfast
    • New Student Tours
    • Participate in Pirate Peer Tutoring Program
    • Red Ribbon Week
    • Christmas Game Day for New Students and Pirate Peer Tutoring Program Participants
    • County Peer Helper Jubilee
    • Choose Kindness Week
    • Serve As School Ambassador and Student Leader in Bullying Prevention
     
    Fairhope Middle School's Peer Helpers for 2022/2023
     
     Peer Helpers
     
    The following students have been selected to serve as Peer Helpers for the 2022/2023 school year:  

    We hope that students who applied for Peer Helper will keep in mind that there are other leadership opportunities at Fairhope Middle School that are available for interested students. Kiwanis Builders Club is an excellent opportunity to show leadership skills and help others in our community. We encourage all the students who applied for Peer Helper to join Builders Club. Also, students do not have to be Peer Helpers in middle school to apply to be a Peer Helper at Fairhope High School.

     Peer Helper Program