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Children First 
Dr. McKay
Instructor: Dr. McKay   
"The key to any academic success is to put the acquired knowledge into application.
"Your academic success is predicated on your willingness to overcome challenges"
"Intelligence combined with having good character is the true essence of being educated"
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"Tied To Success" Young Men Mentoring Program
Once again, the “Tied To Success” Young Men Mentoring will begin servicing young male students at Edward T. Bowser Elementary School starting, January 2015. The program is designed to aid in the academic and personal development of male students at Bowser. The program is geared to bring positive awareness and recognition to male students, which will hopefully inspire and motivate them to achieve their goals and meet the challenges of life successfully. Also, the students will be engaged in community service projects.
In addition to the services of Tied To Success" Young Men Mentoring Program, a cooperative education initiative will be implemented, which involves a reading literacy program. This initiative is design to encourage a higher level of literacy at Bowser. The initial grades that will be targeted are the fourth and fifth grade. The program will be conducted during the lunch period in the cafeteria on Fridays.
During this guiding reading core time, the participants in Tied To Success, which are consider to be proficient readers, will be paired with those students that are selected by each teacher, as student that are in need of improvement or need an enhancement with their reading skills. The selected student from those classes will be required to bring reading materials on those days during guiding reading core time.

Program Coordinator: Dr. Ronald W. McKay
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