Mentor Rob Mautz, 36, and Cotswold Elementary School fifth-grader Yatch Roberts, 10, have been together four years. “Over that time,” said Mautz, “I I have seen Yatch develop into a fantastic young man. This program allows us to have a lot of fun but also have open discussions about how to be a better student, friend and member of society. He has taught me a lot as well. I’m going to miss our time together each week but am confident that we will keep in touch as he moves on to middle school.”
Mentor Rob Mautz, 36, and Cotswold Elementary School fifth-grader Yatch Roberts, 10, have been together four years. “Over that time,” said Mautz, “I I have seen Yatch develop into a fantastic young man. This program allows us to have a lot of fun but also have open discussions about how to be a better student, friend and member of society. He has taught me a lot as well. I’m going to miss our time together each week but am confident that we will keep in touch as he moves on to middle school.” Courtesy of Morgan Cromwell
Mentor Rob Mautz, 36, and Cotswold Elementary School fifth-grader Yatch Roberts, 10, have been together four years. “Over that time,” said Mautz, “I I have seen Yatch develop into a fantastic young man. This program allows us to have a lot of fun but also have open discussions about how to be a better student, friend and member of society. He has taught me a lot as well. I’m going to miss our time together each week but am confident that we will keep in touch as he moves on to middle school.” Courtesy of Morgan Cromwell

Cotswold Elementary School mentoring program sprouts strong roots, branches

March 18, 2016 01:40 PM