Chase School students are learning valuable life skills from local leaders.
Ten local leaders in their field mentored boys in grades four through six during the “Men of Tomorrow” event.
“At Chase School, we care about setting students up for success. We believe strongly in preparing our students for tomorrow’s world, for high school, for college and the future,” Intervention Specialist Charles McPhee said. “That starts here now. We start teaching them the skillsets and the mindset now so that they are successful when they leave here.”
The professional development day, hosted in partnership with Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc., focused on leadership, integrity, organizational skills and dressing for success.