• Roaring Fork PreCollegiate

    Mentoring The First Generation

Bonnie Cretti

Bonnie Cretti thumbnail Post Independent Photo/Kelley Cox Roaring Fork High School's social studies teacher, Bonnie Cretti, will retire after 27 years.

by Connor McRaith
Glenwood Springs Post Independent

Cretti a ‘guardian of education’

College is an experience that many students around the world never have the opportunity to take a swing at. But here in the Roaring Fork Valley students have the chance to actually hit that ball when it comes and be prepared for the big leagues. This preparation takes place through a program called Pre-Collegiate.

To ready the students, mentors from around the valley volunteer their time each week to discuss issues with their mentees. These volunteers range from your average, working-class citizen to retired veterans, but all of them have the same goal: to prepare students and send them off to college.

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