Helping Hands Male Mentoring Progam
On behalf of the Male Mentors of The Helping Hands Mentoring Program, we would like to welcome your Wilburn Student to join us every Wednesday afterschool at Wilburn, from 4:15 – 5:30, for an afternoon of enrichment, educational aspects and fun. Your student will need to be recommended by your teacher, and then approved by you to stay afterschool. The 24 boys chosen will have homework time between 3:45 – 4:15. They’ll be given a snack, and will have the opportunity to burn off some energy; with the remaining time dedicated to their participation in the Helping Hands Program. Please pick up from school at 5:30. Any students who have not been picked up past 5:45 will be exited from the program.
The dates are as follows: Wednesdays Only
December: 7, 14, | January: 25 | Feb: 1, 8, 15, 22 | March: 1, 15, 22
End of the Year Trip Information: June 4th, 2017
National Museum of African American History & Culture
On June 4, 2017, the School/Community Helping Hands Program will travel to Washington, DC to visit the National Museum of African American History & Culture. Transportation is being provided by Southern Express, Inc. and some of the details for the trip are listed below. There will be 210 students and 35 mentors traveling on five buses.
Details for Trip
Departure: Leave Southeast Raleigh High School at 5:15am
Arrival in DC: Plans are to arrive at the National Museum at 11:45am and leave the Museum at 4:14pm.
Returning: Plans are to return to Southeast Raleigh High School at 10:15pm.
Food: Light breakfast snacks will be served on the bus. The bus will stop for lunch at a fast food restaurant prior to visiting the museum and will stop again for dinner on the way home. Parents may send additional snacks for students if they like.
Parents and students may visit the National Museum website at: https://nmaahc.si.edu/.
Dress: T-Shirts will be provided for all students and mentors for this trip. Students must wear T-Shirts. Students should also wear jeans pants/shorts but no sweat pants or basketball shorts.
Cost: There is no cost to students for this trip although students may want to bring spending money for souvenirs or extra food.
Questions: Parents and students should direct questions to their School Helping Hands Mentor.
- Mr. Howard
- Mr. Maben
- Mr. Grimes
- Mr. Pendergrass
- Mr. Bond