Male Mentoring Program Shows PRIDE

Male Mentoring Program Shows PRIDE
Posted on 07/24/2019

King’s Fork Middle School is excited to provide a male mentoring program called Young Men of P.R.I.D.E.  The acronym stands for Positive, Respectful, Intelligent, Duty, and Excellence.

The program's mission is to empower all members to recognize and address relational issues and make changes in their social culture.

The program's purpose is to help young men develop a positive belief, to build conflict resolution skills, to develop healthy, trusting relationships, and to create an environment that promotes learning and personal growth.

The Young Men of P.R.I.D.E. recently received a $250 donation from the John F. Kennedy High School Class of 1969. The funds will cover snacks and shirts for the 20 male students in grades six, seventh, and eighth.

JFKHS alumni donate to KFMS program

Pictured from left to right:  Shelton Skinner, Redell Brown, Bernard Wright, KFMS Principal Jennifer Presson, and Co- Sponsors-Assistant Principal Roosevelt Brown II.  (Co-sponsor Assistant Principal Steve Smith not pictured.)

Young Men of P.R.I.D.E.  meets the first and third Thursday of each month.

Members are asked to wear a collared shirt and ties during the school day. Group discussions cover topics such as academics, finance, manners, self-respect, how to treat others, and more.

In the picture with the guys are assistant principals and co- sponsors, Roosevelt Brown, II & Steve Smith.

KFMS Young Men of PRIDE

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