2018 Quality Profile Report for Mentor Public Schools - Page 15



Pictured above: It’s a big honor for student groups to be selected to showcase their work at the annual Ohio School Boards Association
Capital Conference in Columbus. Last year, Mentor Schools had not one, not two, but three groups chosen to present! Teachers and students
representing innovative art instruction from Sterling Morton, interactive technology integration into health class from Brentmoor, and Mentor
High School’s GenYES program, where students serve as IT specialists at The Hub, were there to share their learning and make Mentor proud!
>> At the high school level, students have 40 different clubs and activities available in which to participate.
>> At the middle school level, students have approximately 15 clubs and activities available in which to participate.
>> The high school has four specialized clubs and activities aimed at raising awareness surrounding mental health and bullying issues.
They are: CARDS (Caring And Respect Determine Success), PRIDE,
GAHTAH (Give A Hand, Take A Hand) and Friends of Rachel.
>> PRIDE Club is the high school’s diversity club, where a message
of acceptance and tolerance of others is shared.
>> GAHTAH Club aims to raise awareness of mental health issues.
>> Each of the middle schools also has a Friends of Rachel club for
students to spread a message of kindness and compassion
throughout the school and community.
>> Mentor High School students lead the Sparkle Cheerleaders
program, also known as Mentor Sparkles. Sparkles is an inclusion
cheerleading squad where students with special needs work with
their typically-developing peers to root for the Cardinals at various
games and events throughout the school year.

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