To be a good link crew leader

I believe what makes a good Link Crew Leader is someone who is a person-friendly person. Who is likeable and is very helpful to others. To be a good Link Crew Leader means you are a eager, kind, an reliable person who can set the example for the freshmen. Also a good Link Crew Leader is someone that welcomes the new freshmen and also makes them feel comfortable during their freshmen year of high school. Also as optimistic role models, I believe that a good Link Crew Leaders are mentors/student leaders who would be able to guide the freshmen to learn what it takes to be successful during their freshmen year of high school and also helps them to succeed. An also a good Link Crew Leader helps give freshmen to support and guidance. An example of a good Link Crew Leader is during orientation day they help the new freshmen feel welcome and not so much of a loner. They help show the freshmen that high school is fun and if you need somebody to lean on, Link Crew is there for you.

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I believe that building the community at Madison mean to me is how we should set the example in the new freshmen. By this I mean is if we show the new freshmen kindness and Link Crew is good. They would also want to be in Link Crew and be a good student due to the kindness shown to them. The reason why I said that is because I say a movie called ‘Pay It Forward’ where a kid believed that a recipient of a favor does a favor for three others rather than paying the favor back. However, it needs to be a major favor that the receiver can’t complete themselves. I believe if we do something similar to that then by giving the freshmen kindness they will give the next freshmen kindness and so on. Also we are the first people the new freshmen will meet and see, we are the link for their transition from middle school to high school that will help them when needed. An in return they will help out their community due to help given to them.

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