Sources of Strength (SOS) is a school wide prevention program that builds protective factors in students.  The program uses a fun-filled style of active learning to encourage open discussion about the very real problems that youth face and about the sources of strength that are often helpful for those problems.  Currently, we have 33 7th and 8th grade SOS peer leaders.  Peer leaders create and facilitate positive ways to teach their peers and classmates about Sources of Strength.

  • Prior SOS events and activities: SOS training, all school assemblies, classroom presentations, PLC Health fair, bulletin boards, birthday school announcements, bi-weekly peer leader meetings, staff presentation, and SOS week which included classroom presentations, dress up days, SOS videos, a poster contest, and SOS murals.