Pacific Palisades News
The CATCH Mentor Program was initiated in acknowledgement of the fact that kids will benefits from one-on-one assistance a week from adults.
Mentors are carefully chosen through a selective process and are chosen to assist students with their homework. They are expected to commit to an hour a week between the end of September and early May. The
Anybody from friends, local businesses, neighbors, or even grandparents are encouraged to mentor. Participants are not required to have a direct connection with the school.
There are few requirements that need to be met in order to be qualified to be a mentor. Participants that have ever helped a child with their homework, can spare one hour a week, have a clean record, have a clear TB status and would like to make a difference are encouraged to apply for the mentor program.
The school has a high academic performance index. Last year, the school’s API rose to 934. Anyone who is interested in becoming a mentor for
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