SPHS Project for Teens training

Saint Peter High School sent a large contingent of students in grades 10-12 to the annual Project for Teens (P4T) leadership training event at Crossview Convenant Church in North Mankato recently. 

The SPHS students, under the guidance of Amanda Rodning, joined their peers from Mankato East, Mankato West, Mankato Loyola, and Lake Crystal-Wellcome Memorial high schools at this year’s training sessions.

Project for Teens (P4T) encourages healthy and responsible decision making by youth through peer to peer education.  P4T covers various topics, such as face-to-face communication, healthy relationships, consent, kindness, and how to be an upstander. P4T seeks to foster a sense of connection between middle school and high school students and provide students with information and skills to prepare them for responding responsibly should they find themselves faced with an at-risk situation. 

P4T team members this year include (listed alphabetically by grade):

  • Seniors - Anna Boomgarden, Kevin Casteneda, Will Friedrichs Davis, Grace Dlouhy, Isabeau Fuller, Farhiya Garad, Amelia Hildebrandt, Najma Jamac, Hailey Looft, Claire Meyer, Erica Gullickson, Natalie Petersen, Raina Roemhildt, Piper Ruble, Desi Willaert, Hadley Stuehrenberg, Sam Stuewe, Ashton Volk, and Caitlin Yauger.
  • Juniors - Kaiden Brovold, Hannah Denzer, Luke Gilbertson, Rhyan Holmgren, Izzy Johnson, Alex Matarrese, Sam Moelter, Anthony Nicolai, Tate Olson, Abdiel Parras, Jr.; Jose Romero, Rachel Salfer, Taylor Southard, Rylee Stadick, Callie Voeltz, and Paige Wachal.
  • Sophomores - Allie Dent, Eleanor Hughes, Sarah Haggenmiller, Rae Lyle, Isabelle Mish, Emmy Remmert, Sophia Ruffing, Olivia Seys, Annika Southworth, and Nora Whipps