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After School Programs Go Beyond Homework Help

One hundred percent stands as a pretty solid success rate. For 15 young students at Emily C. Watkins Elementary School last year, an afterschool mentoring and tutoring program helped each move on to their next respective grade levels after previously being identified as at risk academically.

The program was created as a collaboration effort between the St. John the Baptist Parish School Board, the Sheriff’s Office, the District Attorney’s Office and a local non-profit called Blessed to be a Blessing. Eliza Eugene, the founder of Blessed to be a Blessing, said the program seeks to aid students on three levels: through youth intervention, truancy intervention and after school homework assistance.

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