RIVERSIDE, Ohio (WDTN) - Back to school also means a refresher course on the golden rule for students at Stebbins High School.
Freshmen spent part of Wednesday learning from upper classmen.
It looks like a carefully choreographed dance and in some ways, it is.
"It allows freshmen to feel comfortable, know where they are going, know what classes and over all have a good idea of what Stebbins has to offer for them," said Ashanti McCormick, Stebbins senior.
Each activity teaches incoming freshmen important lessons that they'll need to succeed during the next four years of high school.
"It's a lot easier than just coming in and not knowing what you are doing," said Ahna Mellinger, Stebbins freshman.
The Link Crew guides them the entire way using the lessons they learned from the program when they were freshmen.
"My freshman year, my Link Crew leaders were amazing. Something to look forward to. I looked up to them my freshman, sophomore and even my junior year."
The crew is helping this year's class better handle even challenging issues like bullying.
"We go over what to do in those situations, like will you be a leader or take a chance and tell an adult or are you going to sit back and let it happen?"
Hopefully, the crew will be an inspiration to everyone who walks the halls at Stebbins.
"For me, I was a little scared of the seniors cuz they're a lot taller and stuff and seeing that they're welcoming you is a lot better feeling."
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