ANNUAL REPORT ===== Letter from the Director: June 9, 2020 Dear Grand Area Mentoring Supporter, What a year. This coronavirus pandemic has tested the strength of our institutions and the resilience of our social support systems. Happily, Moab’s mentors have risen to meet the moment. Despite losing the power of […]
ANNUAL REPORT COMMUNITY-BASED MENTORING REPORT ===== LETTER FROM THE DIRECTOR: June 4, 2019 Dear Grand Area Mentoring Supporter, We just closed the 2018/2019 school year and have important news to share! Your support helped us reach a record 92 at-risk youth in the Moab region. We paired […]
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https://www.grandmentoring.org/wp-content/uploads/GrandAM-Annual-Report-2015_2016-small.pdf The Need Utah’s annual report on intergenerational poverty shows that 52% of children in Grand County are at risk of remaining in poverty as adults. Out of 29 Utah counties, Grand County ranks fourth from last in average income. The jobless rate is higher than the state and national average. Grand County also has […]
Grand Area Mentoring Annual Report 2014/2015 A Matter of Closeness A new study of school-base mentoring supports these teacher observations. According to the Chronicle of Evidence-Based Mentoring, “For financially strapped school districts, school-based mentoring has the potential to provide a cost-effective way to assist and support struggling students.” The piece goes on to say: “It […]
Mentor Survey Results 2015 Teacher Survey Results 2015 Parent Survey Results 2015 Mentor Training Survey Results 2015
Grand Area Mentoring 2013/2014 Annual Report During the 2013/2014 school year, Grand Area Mentoring served a record number of at – risk students.
In May, Grand Area Mentoring completed its eighth year of service to Grand County, exceeded all goals for the year, served a total of 65 at-risk students,
In 2011/2012, Grand Area Mentoring completed its seventh year of service to Grand County. The program exceeded all goals for the year,