Who will pay for activities of the mentor and my child?
Mentors and mentees always pay for their own expenses. If there is a cost for an activity, then you or your child will be responsible for the youth's fair share. Monthly events are cost-free; we also provide the mentors with many low-cost or no-cost activity suggestions. As with any friend, mentors may treat your child occasionally, but it should not be expected on a regular basis.
How often should I be in contact with the mentor and how much should I say about family problems/concerns? Get to know the mentor well enough to feel comfortable with him or her being with you child. Before each meeting, discuss the plans and times for returning home. Try talking directly to the mentor about your concerns, but please avoid talking to the mentor about your child in front of your child. If there is something the mentor should really know, then call them when your child is
What if there are concerns or questions I don't want to discuss with the Mentor? The Mentors are here to make the program work for students, mentors, and parents. A Committee member will call you several times during the school year to see how things are going, but do not hesitate to call should you have concerns. Please feel free to contact Monica Donley at (941) 228- 6434 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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