Mentors in Toledo Schools

. November 2, 2015.
Partners-in-education

You have a wealth of knowledge and there are young minds waiting for your help.

Mentors in Toledo Schools (MiTS) is a literacy based program for students in grades 1 through 3 at McKinley Elementary, Sherman Elementary, and Larchmont Elementary. Students receive one on one mentor support Monday through Thursday during the school day (days may vary based on school needs). Mentoring will primarily focus on reading intervention and assistance. Partners In Education serves as the umbrella organization supporting the MiTS program.

www.partnerstoledo.org – to sign up to volunteer visit schoolmentors.org, or call 419-242-2122, email Jay Mirrow at jmirrow@bex.net

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