Yesterday, our wonderful community mentors were the guests on honour at a thank you morning tea on the deck of our Commercial Kitchen. They were joined at the event by their mentees and members of the PLHS Wellbeing Team. Sincere thanks to Miss Kesby Turner-Wiebreck and her Year 10 Food Technology class for preparing the delicious spread.
If you are interested in finding out more about becoming involved in our Community Mentoring Program, please contact Pastoral Care Worker Kerry Graetz at PLHS on 8683-6000 or at Kerry.Graetz176@schools.sa.edu.au.
Above L-R: Mentee Kiara Hurst and Mentor Ros Daniels made pancakes to share with Kiara’s class; Mentor Amber Edmonds-Wilson and Mentee Blake Simes walk Amber’s dog, Chester; Mentee Cooper Bertram and Mentor Jo Wilkins have had a mentoring relationship for seven years. Cooper said: “Jo really listens to me which helps me deal with stress; she also helped me to get a job.”