The mentoring program (formerly held at St. Peter's) will be holding meetings virtually for Fall 2020!
Our college student volunteers will be connecting with the kids via Zoom for group activities and tutoring. Meetings will be on Wednesdays & Thursdays from 2:30-4:45pm.
¡El programa de mentores (anteriormente realizado en St. Peter's) Tendra reuniones virtualmente para el otoño de 2020!
Nuestros estudiantes universitarios voluntarios se conectarán con los niños a través de Zoom para actividades grupales y tutoría. Las reuniones serán los miércoles y jueves de 2:30-4:45pm
We are seeking college student volunteers to become mentors! The application is NOW OPEN: https://forms.gle/nvvT1SxRfVGfsZsy6
Voluteers are needed from September 16th to November 24th.
For Families and Kids - Para las familias y niños
Meetings with kids will begin on Wednesday, September 23rd.
If you are a program participant, parents and kids are invited to join our private Facebook group for the most up-to-date information. (search Assumption Center Mentoring)
Please sign up as soon as possible. Space may be limited.
Child Registration Form: https://forms.gle/LpMY5Evk7MNu7bo67
Las reuniones con los niños empiezan el miércoles, 23 de septiembre.
Si usted es participante del programa, padres e hijos están invitados a unirse a nuestro grupo de Facebook, Facebook group, para obtener la información más actualizada. (Busque Assumption Center Mentoring)
Por favor, regístrese lo antes posible. El espacio puede ser limitado.
Solicitud del niño: https://forms.gle/LpMY5Evk7MNu7bo67
For questions, please contact email@example.com or call the Assumption Center at 508-767-1356
Si tiene preguntas, por favor comuníquese con: firstname.lastname@example.org o llame al Assumption Center: 508-767-1356
Myra Villas Agustina Pedroza Conner Morgan
Program Director Program Assistant AMA Volunteer
Stories With The Mentors
Since we can't be together in person for now, we wanted to make sure you can still see our mentors! They've recorded themselves reading some of their favorite books and we hope you watch them and enjoy. With every reading, you'll also be given a special challenge. Show us your completed challenges by emailing email@example.com. This way we can keep in touch and stay connected until we're back at St. Peter's again.
The Giving Tree
By Shel Silverstein and read by Claire
Challenge: If you had a Giving Tree, what would it look like? Draw and color a picture of your tree.
What Do You Do with an Idea?
By Kobi Yamada & read by Seth
Challenge: Come up with your own idea. Write it down, draw a picture, and share it with someone.
By Tomie dePaola & read by Catherine
Challenge: Create your own magic pot and come up with the magic words that make it work.
The Three Grumpies
By Tamra Wight & read by Brett
Challenge: What are some ways you can make sure the Grumpies stay away? What do your Grumpies look like? Write or draw your answers.
Daniel's Good Day
By Micha Archer & read by Andrea
Challenge: Draw what your perfect day would look like.
Yoda Bird's Heroes
By Ruth Amos & read by Myra
Challenge: Make a lightsaber out of recycled materials or come up with a crazy hairstyle.
Norman the Doorman
By Don Freeman & read by Sandy
Challenge: Visit a museum online and tell us about your favorite part.
Link: 12 World Class Museums You Can Visit Online