Student M has been attending the mentoring program consistently this month. Student M has been working very hard to improve both her Math and English grade, by seeking mentoring support on a regular basis. Student M is extremely proud of herself as she was accepted into her first choice High School, which is High School for Health Careers and Sciences at the George Washington High School Campus. Mr. Fernandez is excited his daughter will be transitioning to this school as he aspires for her to become a pediatric doctor. Student M will continue to attend mentoring program as well as continue seeking educational support.
Student J has been attending the mentoring program consistently this month; she has also been seeking science tutoring during her lunch period in hopes of increasing her overall grade point average. Student J has been accepted into the high school of her choice, Bronx International High School, which is a school that specifically targets the English as a New Language population. She is also pleased as her sister is currently in that school and will be able to guide her in her experiences there. After speaking with Mr. Batista I got the feeling that he thought having both of his daughters in the same school was beneficial, as they would serve as support systems for one other. Student J will work towards maintaining her attendance at the mentoring program, she will also continue attending ELL Saturday program.
Student L has been attending the mentoring program consistently this month. Student L has demonstrated great improvement in his classroom behavior. Student L is performing proficiently in all of his courses. Student L is content with his acceptance into the High School for Law, Advoc...
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...ghter to be finished with middle school and go to high school so she can develop higher personal academic responsibility. Student K will work on attending mentoring program, she will also work to maintain her math grade.
Student S is not attending mentoring program this month. Student S is a great student, who is involved in many school activities such as volleyball, student ambassador. Student S has been accepted into University Neighborhood High School at NYU, which is very impressive. She is extremely excited and feels prepared both academically and mentally. Ms. J is grateful that her daughter has decided to create her own path instead of following in her older brothers footsteps, by doing so she is being a good role model to her younger siblings. Student S will continue to work to maintain her grades, she will also work on attending mentoring program.
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