TSIC Mentors


The most important component of TSIC is mentoring.  Every student is matched with an adult mentor who will serve as a friend to the student throughout the school year.

If you can donate one hour per week, you can change a life by helping a child build a solid foundation of values, establish goals, improve their academic and life skills, while developing their self-esteem and confidence

Time and attention can make the difference in a student’s success.

MentorIt’s been proven time and time again that mentoring works. Mentors become a much needed source of motivation and accountability students might be lacking at home, and help them reach what may seem to be a distant, unfamiliar goal in their family history — achieving a college education. CLEF mentors are paired with students, giving students someone to rely on who has the commitment to help them reach their full potential. Mentors make a positive impact on students’ lives, and ultimately upon our community as a whole.

Mentor Resources

Mentor Initial Questionaire

Log your mentor sessions: takestockinchildren.org/login/login-page

Keep track of your sessions using the Mentor Log Graphic!

​​Need help starting a conversation with your Mentee in your initial session? Click here to view the Initial Session Questionnaire!

​​​​Student Status Ladder: CLICK HERE

​​2020-2021 Charlotte County Public Schools Calendar: CLICK HERE

Downloadable Resources

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Mentor Log

It takes a mentor to Meet Face to Face with mentee a minimum of 15 times throughout the school year on school premises during school hours • Promptly record your mentor sessions • Help a student build a foundation of basic values • Help a student set (and reach) his or her goals • Help build up student’s self esteem and encourage student

Student Status Ladder

Revised Public School Calendar

CCPS School Calendar