School YLP Groups:
Cardinal High School
2019-2020 is Cardinal High School’s second school year as a YLP chapter. Their training for this school year is complete. Cardinal students are focusing on mental health and the intervening variables/root causes: Lack of attention and societal norms.
2019-2020 is Cardinal Middle School’s third year as a YLP chapter. Their training for this school year is complete. Cardinal students are focusing on mental health and bullying and the root causes: Lack of self-esteem and lack of a sense of belonging.
Berkshire Jr/Sr High
2019-2020 is Berkshire Jr/Sr High’s third year as a YLP chapter. Their training fpr this school year is complete. Badger students are focusing on mental health and the root causes: lack of education/awareness, sense of belonging.
2019-2020 is Burton Elementary’s launch year as a YLP chapter. The 6th graders will be involved as part of their student council. They will be partaking in youth-led training to kick off their group.
Newbury has participated as a YLP chapter and more info on 2019-2020 will be announced soon. Their YLP chapter includes HPAC (Peer to Peer mentoring), YLP at the middle school created initiatives such as: positive sticky notes on lockers for helping transition into middle school.
West Geauga Middle School
2019-2020 is WGMS’s third year as a YLP chapter. In the past, they hosted a Mental Health Field Day to raise awareness for mental health. They also decorated the school with sticky notes for positivity.
West G High School
2019-2020 is West Geauga High School Interact‘s first year launch program as a YLP chapter. The YLP training is scheduled for this school year.
Auburn Career Center
2019-2020 is Auburn’s second year as a YLP chapter for both first and second year students. Their YLP training is scheduled. Their main focuses are on stress and acceptance in the school community.
Carrington Youth Academy
Carrington Youth Academy is a Residential facility in East Cleveland.
2019-2020 is Carrington’s third year as a YLP chapter. Carrington is focused on community level change. In 2019, the students helped the homeless by collecting garbage and recycling to fund creating care packages for a local shelter. They also focused on mental health and mental illness. They hosted a bake and craft sale. They also ran a Christmas fundraiser for activity bins filled with various supplies to help students cope and calming, and for constructive use of time.
Gateway Alternative High School
2019-2020 is the launch year for Gateway Alternative High School as a YLP chapter. More info will be available soon.