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Mentoring Across a Life Time…”Saturday lessons, aim to help struggling students”

OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) – Well into the school year, students in the metro are hitting the books hard and one organization is looking to help struggling students while also challenging others who are at grade-level. The catch: students have to show up on Saturdays at Monroe Middle School. Years ago, three students at Omaha North High Magnet School did so.Cayden Cribbs,16, Davian Sayers and Danny Arevalo, both 15, are students who went to 100 Saturday Academy for several years. Arevalo says Read More...

100 Saturday Academy…“It Takes a Village at the Academy”

OMAHA, Neb. (WOWT) – Dedication in the classroom helps students achieve success in life and in some cases, saving lives. That’s the mission of 100 Black Men of Omaha’s Saturday Academy. “We got to keep our village together. They always say we have absent fathers. I see fathers in here right now. Y’all ain’t absent, y’all here.” A Saturday morning at school is not the ideal situation for a group of middle school students who’ve been targeted for a reason. “We are Read More...

100 Black Men, Urban League and Empowerment Network Host 7th Annual Striving for Success: Black Male Summit

7th Annual Striving for Success: Black Male Summit Held Tuesday, September 13, 2016 Receives Rave Reviews for Young Men and Mentors Over 300 young men and 70+ mentors connected for a day focused on careers, college, life and success “Good grades equal good money.” “No matter what people say I can’t do, I can accomplish my goals.” “Sports are great, but focus on my academics too.” “Surround myself with positive people who are going in the same direction.” These are just a few of the comments Read More...

100 Saturday Academy Reading & Math Tutorial Program Kicks Off September 17th!

100 Saturday Academy Tutorial Program Starting Soon! in partnership with Title I Academy students are provided: Hands-on Instruction from State Certified Teachers Science, Cultural & Social Skills Activities Breakfast and Lunch ~ Community Volunteers The Academy focus is on: Math and Reading Proficiency for students in 3rd through 6th grade It takes a Village and the 100 is a part of that Village! *Required Parent Orientation* Saturday, September 17th @ 10:00 a.m.  Monroe Middle School South Entrance ~ 5105 Bedford Avenue Student Sessions begin September 24, 2016 |  9:30 am | Click Here: Read More...