What is WEB?

WEB is ...
WEB, which stands for “Where Everybody Belongs” is a middle school orientation and transition program that welcomes 6th/7th graders and makes them feel comfortable throughout the first year of their middle school experience. Built on the belief that students can help students succeed, the program trains mentors from the 8th grade class to be WEB Leaders. As positive role models, WEB Leaders are mentors who guide the 6th/7th graders to discover what it takes to be successful during the transition to middle school and help facilitate 6th/7th grade success.

---The Boomerang Project


Four important components to WEB:
1. Middle School Orientation
2. Academic Follow Ups
3. Social Follow Ups
4. Leader Initiated Contact

WEB Leaders 2018
Check-In 2016

Orientation Video 2015

WEB Coordinators
Mr. Vaglica, Mr. Klemann, and Mr. Rodriguez

If you would like to join WEB, have questions about WEB,
or would like to be a WEB leader next year, see any of 
the WEB coordinators for more information.

Words of Wisdom from WEB Leaders
"Stay true to yourself." 
"Find people that share common interests."
"Teachers are there to help you."
"Don’t be afraid to talk to those outside your group."
"Always have Anacapa PRIDE."

2018 WEB Wednesday Events

August 17th .............. Sixth Grade Orientation
August 22nd.......................First Day of School
August 29th ............................. First Check-In
September 20th...........................Binder Check
October 4th ..............Join Your Child for Lunch

What are 6th Graders saying about WEB?

"WEB has helped me make new friends" 
"They have taught me about the school, where to go, how to get there and just let me be me" 
"It has helped me socialize with other people" 
"It helped me cooperate with kids and make new friends" 
"At first I was very nervous about middle school, but WEB helped me get accustomed to it" 
"It has helped me by showing me what to do and what not to do at Anacapa" 
"WEB has helped me find new friends and they're really the ones who make middle school less stressful" --Cayla