Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Tutoring and Mentoring off to a Great Start

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Lamar welcome parents and Kings to AAMA Parent Night, September 7
AAMA, 100 Black Men and Aspire and Achieve are really excited about this school year.  A large, eager Freshmen Class has the whole program working hard. The AAMA Manhood Development Class began on August 22, our Tutors started working on August 29, and 100 Black Men started their program September 15. All 3 programs are starting off great. Thursday, September 15 our Math an Science Tutor, Max Shapiro had the most students to date show up for Tutoring. On September 19 our English and History Tutor, Thomas Demerath, had the most students to date show up for Tutoring!
Max Shapiro, Aspire and Achieve Math and Science Tutor, works with Rickey Jackson. Rickey has graduated and is starting his first year at Cal State East Bay. He really wants to be prepared for his college classes. He also works with our English and History Tutor, Thomas Demerath. Rickey has also spoken to the current Kings about turning his life around and the help he has gotten from our combined programs. 

Langston Walker, 100 Black Men Member, speaks to Kings

Math Tutoring Sign Up Sheet for September 15, 2016. 8 current Kings plus Rickey Jackson  showed up for tutoring help. 

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