Tag Archives: mentoring at-risk children

Attendance Matters – Mentoring Helps!

This September, Seedling will join organizations all over the country in recognizing Attendance Awareness Month. Chronic absence, the missing of 10% or more of a school year, is an indicator of both poor school performance and an early indicator of dropping … Continue reading

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Seedling 2016 Angels & Advocates Award to Leroy Nellis

Each year, Seedling is pleased to present the “Angels & Advocates Award” to someone who has been of significant impact on the Seedling Mentor Program. It is presented to recognize a person who has made an “extraordinary contribution, which will improve … Continue reading

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How to Support Your “Tested” Mentee

Do you know how your mentee is feeling about the upcoming STAAR tests? A mentor is a friend and a guide. A mentor may not be the person to teach a mentee the skills for the test, but you can help … Continue reading

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Seedling Mentors Share the Love

In February, we celebrate Valentine’s Day, and to commemorate this month of love, Seedling is highlighting couples who both mentor with Seedling Foundation: Rosalie & Joe Oliveri “We have mentored since we retired from AISD. We share ideas about activities … Continue reading

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Too Old to Mentor?

Aging is a natural part of life, and along with a few more lines around the eyes, and a little more caution in moving, comes many valuable gifts. Wisdom, experience, and for some of us, time to do activities we couldn’t … Continue reading

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