Race for the Kids / June 3, 2017

RACE FOR THE KIDS Saturday June 3, 2017 Esther Short Park – Vancouver, WA Photo Download HERE You Raced, Kids Win!! 275 people participated in this year’s annual charity run/walk to help more students become leaders of integrity. What a fantastic event! We even had a visit from the founder of T1L1, Lori Salierno-Maldonado! The […]

T1L1 in Vancouver Family Magazine

T1L1 in Vancouver Family Magazine We are excited to share with you an opportunity T1L1 was given this Winter 2015! T1L1 in Clark County was given a full spread in the January 2015 issue of Vancouver Family Magazine as a part of their Non-Profit Spotlight. The article, written by Vivian Mattel Walikainen, can be found here on […]

iQ Credit Union Invests in 5th Graders

Thank you iQ Credit Union! The staff of iQ Credit Union established a foundation called iQ for Kids that supports community causes to help improve the lives of children in Clark County. The foundation and staff had the honor of presenting a check to support a pilot program of T1L1 at Marshall Elementary School. The […]

Governor visits T1L1 classroom in Vancouver

  Inslee visits two Vancouver schools   Governor hears about programs to mentor teachers, keep kids in school at McLoughlin Middle, Fort Vancouver High   By Susan Parrish, Columbian education reporter Published: March 5, 2014, 1:36 PM Gov. Jay Inslee visited two Vancouver Public Schools buildings Wednesday morning to hear about programs for mentoring new teachers and […]

Special Guest Teaches about Compassion

COMPASSION was the topic for Kevin Wilson at Sifton Elementary School in Vancouver, WA.  Kevin is a Fireman with the Camas/Washougal Fire Department and shared stories on January 14, 2014 and helped the 45 Fifth Graders in T1L1 this year (2013-2014) learn how to recognize a need and do something about it for someone who […]

Seventy F’s to threeF grade

When the T1L1 mentors began teaching the kids at Prairie High School in the Fall of 2012 they had no idea the impact they would make on the student’s academic performance. At the six-week progress report, one of the teachers reported that his forty students had a combined seventy F grades. The mentors and teacher […]

Supportive school staffTravis Drake

Teachers, school counselors, and administrators watch students grow and mature, but all too often the students they work with are struggling in some way. We appreciate all the school staff throughout Clark County who walk alongside their students and provide support to those who are struggling in some way. The Clark County Chapter mentors and […]

Corey’s story

Each week as mentors stand in the gap for kids through role modeling healthy relationships, there are things that happen that should be celebrated. We celebrate Corey and his new leadership development. The first few weeks, Corey made it clear to his mentors and peers that he was NOT a leader. After several weeks of […]

2013 Rotary grant

The Vancouver Rotary Foundation held a Grant Luncheon on September 25th and Teach One to Lead One® Clark County Chapter was a recipient. Thank you, Rotarians, for investing in the kids of Clark County through the T1L1 program. The grant this year will help offset the program costs by providing the student materials for an […]