‘Mentoring Oneida County Kids’ program in need of mentors
The “Mentoring Oneida County Kids” (MOCK) program is in need of adult mentors. MOCK is a school-based mentoring program that pairs adults with students who are in 4th through 8th grade.
MOCK is a community effort to provide support and encouragement to students who may be walking on the edge of making poor choices. Often the student just needs another adult in their life who provides support and offers a caring attitude.
Mentors meet with their Mentee one hour per week during school hours. It’s a time for fun. It’s also a time for kids to feel important! Do you have one hour per week that you can share with a student who wants a mentor? This is your opportunity to make a positive difference with a student! There are many activities you can share during your mentoring time. There are currently have several students who wish to have a mentor, and we need adults to offer their time.
For more information, call Kim Swisher, Community Education Coordinator at the School District of Rhinelander, at (715) 365-9745.