Matawan-Aberdeen Regional School District

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The MOST dates of operation are listed on the calendar to the left and also at the district calendar.
 
The "MOST" Program is looking for adults who would like to be mentors to middle and high school students.  If you are interested or can volunteer some time in the evenings (Tuesdays and Wednesdays) please call
Mr. Spells at 732-705-4000.
 
If parents or students wanted to contact the “MOST” program center during the days of its operation,  Tuesdays and Wednesday between 4pm to 6pm, the number to call is 732-566-7442.  You can leave a message if someone doesn’t answer the telephone.
 
Mentoring Our Students Together
 
The  Matawan-Aberdeen Regional School District has partnered with community leaders to provide mentoring for students between the hours of 4:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m (times vary with grade level). Initially, the program will operate two days per week during the school year, when school is in session. Currently, all sessions and activities will be held at Matawan Aberdeen Middle School, located at 469 Matawan Avenue.  Students in grades 2 to 12 are eligible to participate.  Program dates and times can be found on the calendar and also on the M.O.S.T. flyer. 
 
Activities will include mentoring, tutoring by qualified teachers, counseling by school counselors, sports and recreation, job/life skills development, access to technology, and other outreach services.  Because of limited space, it is requested that students sign up at the principal’s office of the school at which he or she is enrolled.

 

The acronym for the program is “MOST,” which stands for Mentoring Our Students Together. The mission will be “To get the most out of young people by enabling them to become better students and better citizens, through ongoing mentoring relationships between Matawan-Aberdeen children and qualified adult volunteers.”

 

For additional information, please contact Mr. Wayne Spells at 732-705-4000, or e-mail him at wspells@marsd.k12.nj.us

 

Last Modified on March 22, 2017
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