New Richmond High School students mentor, peers learn from each other
Students in Beth L'Allier's Getting Teens Together class at New Richmond High School are learning what it's like to be a mentor.
The class is made up of six mentors and six special education students. The students interact and accompany each other in various social gatherings to learn from each other.
The class, which meets three times a week for three weeks, is entirely driven by the students, said L'Allier, a guidance counselor at New Richmond High School.