By Tim Kowols
Algoma High School students have taken it upon themselves to make sure the “pups” of today turn into the full-fledged Wolves of tomorrow. The “Wolves and Pups” mentoring program pairs high school students with elementary school students to do homework, social activities, and get to know one another in a positive manner. Superintendent Nick Cochart credits students Abigail Robinson and Madison Robertson with championing the program which currently stands at 25 pairs.
Cochart says he enjoys watching the kids in the district flourish simply by giving them opportunities and seeing which direction they take them.