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Wardlaw-Hartridge School Peer Leaders Bond During Retreat

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This year’s Wardlaw-Hartridge peer leaders gather for a group photo during their opening retreat. Credits: Wardlaw-Hartridge

This year's 12 senior peer leaders from the Class of 2018 attended a leadership retreat with advisors Tanda Tucker of Bernardsville and Tim Head of Cranford last weekend. The group traveled to Fairview Lakes YMCA in Stillwater, NJ.

This year's peer leaders are: Emanuel Arriaza of Plainfield, Danielle Bacalhau of Colonia, Cathy Bi of Edison, Lauren Kisare of Bridgewater, Tiffany Le of South Plainfield, Shaun Martinez of Woodbridge, Jack Sartor of Green Brook, Gursimran Singh of Monroe, CJ Stueck of Scotch Plains, Audrey Vu of Colonia, Hannah Yates of Piscataway and Jason Yin of Scotch Plains.

The peer leaders have been paired with members of the freshman class and will begin serving as mentors for the upcoming year. The peer leaders and freshmen will go on their annual trip on Nov. 20-21, just prior to the Thanksgiving break.

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