Delaware County PEACE Collaborative
PEACE is a unique collaboration of school and community partners. We work together to promote prevention education in order to foster healthy and successful lives for youth.
The PEACE Collaborative is committed to promoting comprehensive prevention education and positive youth development in all Delaware County schools through community collaboration such that children achieve academic success in a supportive and healthy school environment.
PEACE Collaborative Student Representatives
PEACE Students Representing Delaware City Schools
I am a Junior at Delaware Hayes High Schools. I joined PEACE to help nip the problems plaguing our nation’s youth in the bud. This school year I’m most excited to get the classes I need to graduate and my role model is General George S. Patton.
I am a Sophomore at Delaware Hayes High Schools. I joined PEACE because there are a lot of students who want to change at my high school but are afraid to stand up and talk about it. I want to be that voice for my school and fellow classmates. I’m looking forward to take on challenging classes and to succeed in my sports and school work. My role models include my sisters and parents, they always help me strive for greatness and they make me believe my goals are obtainable. I also look up to Ellen Degeneres because she makes everyone feel like “someone” and she is selfless. If everyone could be half the person she is the world would be a better place.
PEACE Students Representing Olentangy High School
I am a Senior at Olentangy High School. I joined PEACE to become more involved in the community. I most looking forward to being a senior class officer and a theater officer this school year. My mother is my role model.
I am a Sophomore at Olentangy High School and I joined PEACE because I want to set a positive example to my peers and keep kids on the right track to a successful future. For this school year, I’m most looking forward to my Speech and English classes because I love analytical and poetic writing. My role models are my parents.
PEACE Students Representing Olentangy Liberty High School
I am a Sophomore at Olentangy Liberty High School and I have joined PEACE for many reasons, especially because the experience is something new. I love to help people, and this is a great way to do that. I also believe there are a lot of issues at my school and I can help to solve them. Joining PEACE is a great way to bring light and general awareness to situations my peers and I face. PEACE can provide me with tools that I can use to help and support my classmates. This school year, I’m most looking forward to meeting new people in my classes, and tennis and track seasons. My role model is my grandfather, his life lessons and generosity are instilled in my heart and I hope to follow in his footsteps.
I am a Sophomore at Olentangy Liberty High School. I joined the PEACE organization because I know people that are going through or have previously gone through drug and/or alcohol abuse. I am looking forward to track and field seasons this school year. My role model would have to be my Dad because he is always determined and he never drank or used drugs in his life.
PEACE Students Representing Olentangy Orange High School
I am a Senior at Olentangy Orange High School. I joined PEACE as an opportunity to be able to learn more about issues that face me and my peers as well as try and come up with solutions to those issues. This school year my goals are to finish out a strong academic year and prepare for college. My role models are my parents, they have set an awesome example for how to be confident and achieve whatever I want.
I am a Senior at Olentangy Orange High School. I joined PEACE because I wanted to play an active role in reaching people my age and addressing difficult issues we all face. This year, I’m most looking forward to taking leadership on clubs at school and continuing to work on improving them! My role models are Shirley B. Eniang and Bill Clinton.
I am a Senior at Olentangy Orange High School. I joined PEACE because I saw a lot of things in my school that needed to be addressed and changed. My parents always told me to be apart of the solution and I believe that is what PEACE is. I’m most looking forward to graduation; it’s my last year and I’m going to end it with a bang! My Mom is my greatest role model, she is super strong and successful. She has an amazing drive that pushes her to be greater than she was the day before and I want to be just like her!
*The PEACE Collaborative will recruit student representatives during spring semester 2016. If you or someone you know may be interested please contact PEACE Coordinator, Amy Hawthorne at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 740-363-1835 EXT. 102