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Friar Mentors


Mrs. Samantha Carraher,, ext. 210
Mr. Kyle Kmiecik,, ext. 118
Ms. Diane Sabbia,, ext. 262

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Friar Mentors is a peer-to- peer mentoring program through which students receive academic assistance, support and guidance from fellow students who possess knowledge and experience in a variety of subject areas.

Becoming a Mentor

Anyone interested in becoming a Friar Mentor must complete a sign-up form and get written authorization from a teacher for every subject in which they want to tutor. So, for example, a student who is interested in tutoring in math and science will need to fill out a form and get a teacher’s signature for each subject. If you are interested in signing up, please contact either Mrs. Carraher, Mr. Kmiecik, or Ms. Sabbia
  • Where and when does the tutoring take place?
    Friar Mentor tutoring sessions are offered Monday through Friday at the following times and locations:
    • 7:30 a.m. in room 24
    • During 4th period lunch in Room 23
    • During 6th period lunch in Room 14
    • During 8th period lunch in Room 24
  • How will I know when a particular subject's tutoring is available?

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  • Do I need an appointment to be helped by a Friar Mentor?

    We strongly encourage students to schedule an appointment through the Friar Mentor Coordinators (Mrs. Carraher/Ms. Sabbia) to help ensure that we will have the necessary tutors and supports in place for each session.

  • Will my teacher know I am attending?

    All teachers have access to an attendance list they can use to confirm that you participated in a tutoring session with a Friar Mentor.

  • Will I have the same Mentor each time I come in?

    Since people’s schedules will vary, we cannot guarantee that you will have access to the same mentor throughout the school year.

  • How often should I come for tutoring help?

    We recommend that students in need of assistance attend a minimum of two sessions per week. We also encourage students to come in for help prior to quizzes and tests. We have found that students who work with a Friar Mentor on a consistent basis and come to each session organized and prepared, get the most out of the program.