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Peer Mentor Program


Our Mission Statement: Helping Others to Help Themselves!



Be a Good Samaritan.  Do Not Ignore the Wounded and the Vulnerable. Love Your Neighbor.  Help All of Those Who Are in Need!

What We Do & Who We Are:


Caring & Empathetic Listeners Who Maintain Confidentiality Yet Seeks Professional Adult Counselors for Help in Assisting Students with Personal Issues.


    Peer Mentors Who:

          Teach Character Lessons to Peers

          Present Monthly Anti-Bullying Messages to Classes Through Skits & Posters

          Assist Counselors in Career & College Education


          Assist with Support Groups

          Run a Family Group

          Perform Service Hours Through Community Projects

          Serve as Mentors to New Students to our Schools

    Serve as Role Models:

           In Practicing Catholic Christian Values

           Present Positive Image to Faculty, Parish, & Community to Garner Support for the Peer Mentoring Program


Objectives of Our Peer Mentoring Program are:


1. To provide the opportunity to establish meaningful and caring relationships with their peers.

2. To train in helping skills such as: listening, empathy, communications and problem-solving.

3. To provide the opportunity to participate in positive school activities such as monthly Catholic Christian Character Values, Peer Mentoring & Listening, Welcoming & Shadowing New Students, Peer Helper Tutoring Program, Anti- Bullying Messages, and being a Positive Role Model in our Community, just to name a few.

4. To develop and enhance leadership, self-esteem, problem-solving, decision-making, and inter-personal skills among the Peer Mentors and the entire student body.

5. To help enhance a school climate in which everyone demonstrates caring for others.

6. To extend the guidance and counseling services of the school through the use of Peer Mentors.


Goals of Our Peer Mentoring Program:

1. Decrease Discipline Referrals.

2. Increase Attendance Rate.

3. Increase Positive Self-Worth (Pre & Post Surveys)

4. Increase a Feeling of Belonging to our School & Community – That it is a Warm & Caring Place

5. Increase the Perception of an Environment That Promotes Learning and a Safe & Healthy School.



1. Belt, Joey

2. Binzer, Jacob

3. Binzer, Matthew

4. Brandon, Bailee

5. Christian, Makayla

6. Cooper, Erin

7. Crawford, Savannah

8. Cole, Chandler

9. Frede, Ellen

10. Frede, Eric

11. Grote, Caroline

12. Grote, Jack

13. Grote, Phoebe

14. Hambrick, Carson

15. Hambrick, Cayden

16. Henderson, Hunter

17. Hertz, Katie

18. Hesse, Megan

19. Hill, Megan

20. Hinton, Alexxis

21. Kelley, Olivia

22. Legeza, Sami

23. Lisle, Jack

24. Lisle, Joseph

25. Martin, Summer

26. McAllister, Grace

27. Perez, Marili Carmen

28. Pawlak, Gabby

29. Reyes-Miranda, Bris

30. Rios-Alonso, Maria

31. Russell, Devin

32. Sedam, Brayden

33. Shaw, Samantha

34. Snodgrass, Kristen

35. Stewart, Justin

36. Stuart, Ethan

37. Thayer, Haley

38. Thevenow, Sid


Prince of Peace Catholic Schools prepare students to lead meaningful lives by combining rigorous academics with opportunities for exploration and reflection.


Prince of Peace Catholic Schools are one of the area's leading Catholic Schools.

Pope John XXIII Elementary

221 West State Street

Madison, Indiana 47250


Shawe Memorial Jr./Sr. High School

201 West State Street

Madison, Indiana 47250


Administration and Parish Office

305 West State Street

Madison, Indiana 47250


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