Fairhope Intermediate School Peer Helpers Celebration

On Wednesday, May 14th the 4th, 5th and 6th grade Peer Helpers from Fairhope Intermediate School came together to celebrate the tasks they achieved and students they supported during the school year.


A silly photo of the 2013-14 Fairhope Intermediate Peer Helpers.

A silly photo of the 2013-14 Fairhope Intermediate Peer Helpers.

2013 TOYS FOR TOTS Drive on the Island

The Orange Beach Elementary School sixth grade Peer Helpers organized and handled a one day Toys for Tots Drive. We collect over 400 toys for needy children and donated them to Toys for Tots and Sacred Heart Hospital.  The toys for Sacred Heart were delivered by the Gulf Shores High School Peer Helpers.

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Drug Awareness and Recycling Combine

Kelley and his fellow Foley High Peer Helpers did a Red & Green Campaign in December 2013 and raised over $200 for the Drug Education Council.


Fairhope High School Peer Helpers

Fairhope High School Peer Helpers learn activities to do when working with younger students during their 2013 Fall Peer Helper Training.


Daphne High School Peer Helpers lead 2013 Out of Darkness Walk

Daphne High School Peer Helpers lead 2013 Out of Darkness Walk to recognize and thank them for raising the most funds for the Alabama Chapter of Suicide Prevention.


Middle School Peer Helper Training

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2013-2014 Bayside Academy Highlights

2013-2014 Bayside Academy Highlights from Character Education to Mentoring. Check it out!



Jennifer Claire Moore Foundation Joins Bullying Prevention Initiative

The Jennifer Claire Moore Foundation is partnering with the Baldwin County Board of Education, the Baldwin County District Attorney’s Office, the Baldwin County Mayor’s Association and the Baldwin County Commissioners on their “STOP the BULLYING” outreach project, sponsored by the Cox Family Foundation. The project encourages high school and middle school students to create a video to illustrate the song, “You Had to Pick on Me,” by country singer/songwriter Matt Kennon. Students may create videos individually or as part of a group. Winning videos will be selected from two middle schools and two high schools, each of which will receive a free concert by Kennon and inspirational speaker Troy McClain (featured on “The Apprentice”). Peer Helpers from schools across Baldwin County will assist with an additional component of the program, a public concert to be held on Thursday, March 14. The STOP the BULLYING outreach program is designed to change the culture of acceptance and convey the message that bullying must not be tolerated in our community.