Fit Kids For Life

Studies show the best way to raise active kids is to be and active roll model.

"Incorporating physical activity into your children's lives does much more than promote a healthy weight," Dr. Laskowski says. "It sets the foundation for a lifetime of fitness and good health."

Exercise can improve your mood, promote better sleep habits, increase mental focus and can help to reduce stress.

 

Mentors & Mentor training

Why Should I Become Mentor?

Mentoring is a great opportunity to have a positive influence on a young persons life. Mentored teens are 46% less likely to use drugs, 59% get better grades, and 73% increase their goals.

It takes a whole village to raise a child.

Mentoring is a relationship between two people who trust and respect each other. Mentoring is not simply a teacher-student relationship; but rather a partnership that will help both the mentor and the mentee grow both personally and professionally.


what makes a Good Mentor?

Mentoring is a committed relationship between a youth and an adult wherein the adult has the patience to teach the youth whatever he knows from life.
Regrettably, teachers today have crowded classroom, busy curriculums and almost no time for individual attention.

Children in peril need the guidance and the friendship that a mentor can give. Kids often yearn for adult support when faced with divorce, family heartbreak, and financial dispair.

Mentors Make A Difference

Every child should have the opportunity, confidence, character and support needed to lead a safe, healthy and productive life. They have a right to expect a fair chance to develop their talents and apply their energies in order to successfully contribute to society.

Kids and Finance?


What every parent should know

A recent study shows that average high school graduate lacks basic skills in personal money management.  Many can't balance a checkbook, and have no understanding of the basic concepts involved with earning, spending and saving money.

Kids are fascinated by money  so as soon as they can count start teaching them about money. Help them understand the difference between needs and wants while teaching them that money doesn't grow on tree's.