School Based Mentoring

School-Based Mentoring helps put the sparkle back in the eye of youth throughout the school year. The mentors are high school volunteers who are matched with elementary students, typically in second to fourth grade. Matches work on homework, have a snack, learn a social skill lesson (such as bullying, respect, etc.) and have free time to play at the end of each meeting. Currently, the program is offered at Wasson Elementary School in the DuBois Area School District and Clearfield Elementary School in the Clearfield Area School District. School-Based Mentoring meets from dismissal time until 4:45 p.m.

Students are accepted into the program through the school guidance counselors.