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Linking 9th Graders: Here's What We Do

Link Crew students are challenged to come up with ideas, and then they, as a group, plan, develop and execute their ideas. We have asked them to try and figure out what the freshmen need and how best to serve these needs. For example, a Link Leader thought that freshmen needed relationship information. As a result, Link Crew went into advisory classes for Healthy Relationships Week and lead each class in a program highlighting what positive relationships look like in various settings. 

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Link Crew

Linking 9th graders to Success

The San Lorenzo High School Link Crew program is built upon the idea of a community helping its newest members learn the ins and outs of high school in order to be socially and personally successful.The SLz Link Crew program trains 11th and 12th grade students to assist and support 9th graders in the transition from middle to high school. 

Link Crew is a freshman transition program, leadership training program, and a school community-building program. Our purpose is to empower junior and seniors as role models for freshmen, to increase freshman success through supportive peers, to develop leadership skills in students on campus, and help create a supportive atmosphere at SLz.

The leadership building class meets Tuesday and Thursday from 3:30 – 4:30. Additional work days will be added as needed to complete preparation for events. In coordination with our leadership building goal, our Link Leaders will be actively involved in visiting freshman advisory classes on a monthly basis. While these activities happen during the school day, the preparation for advisory occurs after school.

This program is led by Seana Flowers, John Giang and Tanny Hoffmann. Please contact them if you have questions. 

2015-2016 Link Leaders

Just a reminder that because of the change in CPT times for staff, Link Crew class is now on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Sign in days for athletes and people with jobs will remain the same.

Upcoming Events

We are now collecting your November calendars. Make sure you turn them in to either B-10 or bring them with you to class.  The cut-off for acceptance of these will be Winter Break. Get them in before we leave!


Make sure to pick up your December and January calendars!  You will get them in class and can also find them in B-10.



If you are a sophomore or junior, consider joining Link Crew next year.

We're looking for people who want to help freshmen.

That's really the important quality.

2105-2016 Link Crew

2105-2016 Link Crew

Athletes and Link Leaders who have jobs

In order to get your hours (and the information you need), you need to sign in (B-10) every

Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.


If you miss any class for any reason, you sign in on Friday



Don't Forget.  Remind your teammates.

Link Crew Staff

Flowers, Seana
Giang, John
Algebra I and AP Calculus Teacher
Hoffmann, Tanny
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Our Mission

Link Crew is an organization that uses teamwork, communication and leadership skills to positively influence 9th graders. Our goals are: to become informed about what freshman need, help them realize that they have options so that they can learn to take pride in themselves and their abilities, influence 9th graders to respect themselves, think for themselves and respect others, and to help 9th graders to become comfortable making new friends and trying new things. We want freshmen to be well informed, have confidence in themselves and us, and to have a positive and memorable year.

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