Last Day for Radford University Student Mentors
Floyd County High School Students Take the Lead
While classes are coming to an end for the students and just final touches for their projects, it's a wrap for the the Radford University student mentors! After weeks of travelling to Floyd County every Thursday, the mentors are finishing up their classes this week. This year, every mentor is a graduating senior, so a big thank you and farewell to the students that have dedicated their time to Roots with Wings.
As a mentor myself, I am so sad that is my last day with the Roots with Wings project. I jumped on board with the group last year in 2017 and enjoyed the process. I've grown so much with organization and been exposed to so many new opportunities. I will definitely miss the classroom experience, but I plan on taking the classroom management skills to my next career move. (thank you Roots with Wings!!)
So, even though the university students are coming to end, the high school students still have a couple more weeks left. Spring Fever has definitely hit as we try to finish up the final parts of our project. In discussing themes, we hope to find parts of the transcripts that will connect to create a four minute movie. Best of luck to the students as they start on this process and to Catherine Pauley, Kathleen Ingoldsby, and Dr. Melinda Wagner as they take over the classroom to lead the students.