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The goal of Hutto ISDs Mentoring Program is to connect young people with caring adult mentors, because all children deserve the opportunity to achieve their potential.
What is mentoring?
Mentoring is a structured and trusting relationship that brings young people together with caring individuals who offer guidance, support and encouragement aimed at developing competence and character of the student.
Types of mentoring:
Traditional- one on one
Group- one to four
Team- one to fourteen
Peer- youth to youth

To become a mentor you must:
1. Be at least 16 years of age with a valid ID. Those between 16 and 18 years of age MUST be Hutto ISD students. 
1. Register to be a Hutto ISD Volunteer/Mentor on the link to the right
2. Contact your Campus Mentoring Coordinator to notify of your interest in mentoring
3. Attend a training session with your Campus Mentoring Coordinator

Once you have completed these steps, you will be strategically matched with a mentee and can begin mentoring sessions. The time commitment is 30-45 minutes a week for the full school year. Please remember to maintain your virtual volunteer account by logging in your mentoring hours weekly. 
Campus Mentoring Coordinators
Hutto Elementary:
Jennifer Coy
Cottonwood Creek:
Hannah Hoch
759-5430 ext 4006
Veterans' Hill:
Lacy Lovelace
Nadine Johnson:
Shannon Baker
759-5450 ext 7018
Ray Elementary:
Hutto Middle:
Farley Middle:
Monica Gutierrez
Hutto High School:
Renee Warner
759-4700 ext 6126