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MENTORING FOR SUCCESS BY GOING AGAINST THE GRAIN

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Johnathan Graves

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Transcript of MENTORING FOR SUCCESS BY GOING AGAINST THE GRAIN

MENTORING FOR SUCCESS

BY GOING
AGAINST THE GRAIN

Objectives
Improve Academic Achievement
Increase the Graduation Rate
Focus Areas
Lowest performing subgroup
Behavorial issues
Highest retention and expulsion rate
African-American Males
DATA
COREY COLLINGTON
BREWER MIDDLE SCHOOL PRINCIPAL
JOHNATHAN L. GRAVES
COMMUNITY SERVICES FACILITATOR
S.C. Dropout Rate
2009-2010
Non-White Males: 4.0%
2013-2014
Non-White Males: 3.1%
Which students should our school district mentor?
DATA
On-Time Graduation Rate
DATA
Explusions
2013-2014
African American Males: 17
2014-2015
African American Males: 28
Major Key Alert
M.
E.
N.

Mentors
Discuss behavior, grades, attendance
Encourage participation
Create positive relationship
Education & Exposure
Bridges the Gap:
Dreams & Reality
Aspirations & Achievement
Paves the Pathway to Success
Nurturing
Teach "Essential Manners"
R-E-S-P-E-C-T
Self
Others
Meet with students regularly to discuss:
Every 2nd Tuesday of the Month
Wear Bow-ties
Major Key Alert
Continuous Improvement

Academics
Behavior
Emphasize Education
Against the Grain
Brewer Middle School
Positive Decisions
Academically & Socially
Mentors meet several times a month to discuss:
Academics
Social Issues
Current Events
Personal Goals
Furman University
Greenville Peace Center
ATG
loves
doughnuts
ATG has a dream
Photo bomb!!!
Mentoring For Success
10
25
$1,000
21
$21,000
G.E.M.S.
Greenwood Eagles Men of Success
EMACH
Emerald Men Advancing and Changing History
Greenwood High School
Emerald High School
Sponsors
Leroy Platt
Assistant Principal
Latasha Goodwin
Instructional Specialist
Corey Benjamin
Art Teacher
Three C's
Choice

Chance

Change
DATA
Out of School Suspensions
2013-2014
African-American Males: 932
2015-2016
African-American Males: 865
White Males: 370
White Males: 407
Middle & High Schools
Peer to Peer Mentoring
Community Service
Exposure
Scholarships
Summer Enrichment
Retreat for rising seniors
Multiple School Districts
Future Plans
Motivational Speakers
Team Building Activities
?
QUESTIONS
THANK YOU FOR
ATTENDING OUR SESSION!
Corey Collington
collingtonc@gwd50.org
Brewer Middle School
@CoreyC78
Johnathan L. Graves
gravesj@gwd50.org
District Office
@jgizzle1985
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