Make a difference: Students sign on for mentors

Everyone talks about wanting to make a difference in a child’s life, but many don’t know how they can accomplish that goal when it seems like there isn’t enough time in the day to take care of their own needs, much less change the life of a complete stranger. The U Mentoring Program, which was implemented this school year by Jeanette Ball, superintendent of Uvalde Consolidated Independent School District, gives community members the opportunity to mentor students without having to give up increasingly rare – and much needed – personal time.
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