Coats for Kids

Coats for Cards

Mentor Schools, in collaboration with United Way of Lake County, will hold the 3rd Annual Coats for Cards clothing drive from November 28th to December 8th, to provide winter coats, gloves, and hats to Cardinal families in need.  Items will be collected, organized, and distributed to families in need prior to winter break.  Monetary donations are also being accepted and will be used for ongoing support of Mentor Schools' families in need.  Please make checks payable to:  Mentor Board of Education and put "Coats for Cards" in the memo.  Community members can drop off new or gently-used coats, gloves, and hats at the following locations:
  • Mentor Board of Education (behind Mentor High School) at 6451 Center Street
  • Local Cardinal Credit Union BranchesSnowman
  • Mentor students can bring items into their school's office
For questions, please contact Dr. Joe Glavan at [email protected].     
Families requesting items can click this link Coats for Cards Family Request Form


CardinalCardinal Craft Show

The Cardinal Parents Club (CPC) is bringing you all your favorite crafters, artisans and vendors and MHS gear on Saturday, November 18th from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at Mentor High School, 6477 Center Street.  Admission is $3.00 for adults; $2.00 for students, seniors, and military.   All admission proceeds will support CPC initiatives/purchases such as window signs, letter, trophies, plaques, meals for athletes, senior banners, and scholarships.  Thank you for your support!
  • All patrons, craft show vendors, and volunteers are required to abide by current Mentor High School and the Cardinal Parents Club health and safety guidelines.  
  • For more information on the event or to be a vendor, contact Debbie at [email protected]
Holiday Choral

MHS Alumni Choir Concert

Approximately 75 Mentor High School choir alumni have been preparing a concert of choral music that reflects their 45 years of participation in choirs from 1978 to 2023. The singers have practiced on their own and in small and large group rehearsals under the direction of current and past directors, Adam Landry, Glenn Kulma and Terry Herschman. This remarkable performance will be presented on Friday, November 24 at 7:00 p.m. in the Mentor Schools Fine Arts Center, 6477 Center Street. The program will last about one hour, is free and open to the public and would be an exciting addition to your holiday weekend festivities!  Click here to view the flyer Mentor HS Alumni Choir
Santa and Friends

North Mentor Centenary Church Holiday Event

North Mentor Centenary Church, 9290 Lakeshore Blvd, will host SANTA'S TOY PANTRY on Saturday, December 2nd from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.  Pre-registration is required.  For more information, click here Santa's Toy Pantry

Mentor Youth Lacrosse logoMentor Youth Lacrosse

Mentor Youth Lacrosse will hold Try Lacrosse For Free clinics for boys and girls in grades 2 to 8 on Sunday evenings beginning November 12th through December 17th, 2023 and then again January 7th through February 11th, 2024.  For more information, click here Try Lacrosse For Free

Mentor High School-National Honor SocietyHoliday Treats

The National Honor Society at Mentor High School will host a Holiday Party in the Student Center for all Mentor elementary school students on Tuesday, December 12th from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.  For more information and to RSVP, click here:  NHS Holiday Party

Pickup USA FitnessPickup USA

Ready to play?  Pickup USA Fitness/Mentor, 8100 Tyler Blvd, is a full-range gym which offers amenities such as three full basketball courts, 11 hoops, a shooting machine, as well as all types of gym equipment like treadmills, bikes, weights and much, much more.  For more information about their services, hours of operation, and pricing, click here:  Pickup USA/Mentor

Mentor Community Recreation Center Exercise

The Mentor Community Recreation Center is offering ALL IN 1: BODY with Anabella, a one-and-done total body strength and endurance workout for all levels of fitness.  For registration, times, and pricing, click here:  
Female Wrestlers

Mentor Girls Wrestling

Join Mentor Girls Wrestling and build strength, confidence, and friendships while participating in a growing sport!  For more information, click here Mentor Girls Wrestling

Mentor Youth Wrestling Club

Youth Wrestling

Mentor Youth Wrestling Club is a non-profit organization created to provide a safe, fun, challenging and diverse wrestling experience that will aid in the development of life skills such as leadership, discipline, sportsmanship, and community pride.  Check out our website for information regarding sign-up for the upcoming season, Night at the Races in November, and other important news.  Click here to view our flyer Mentor Youth Wrestling Club

Mentor Schools Employment Opportunities

School Bus
Transportation Department Positions:
Substitute Bus Drivers - $17.50/hour
Substitute Aides - $12.50/hour
Paid CDL training at $17.50/hour
(CDL Permit required with both P & S endorsements to begin training)

If interested, please call  440-974-5260
Classified (non-teaching) Substitute positions:School Workers
Classroom Assistant - $12.50/hour
Custodian - $13.50/hour
School Nutrition Services:
Lunchroom/Cafeteria Workers - $10.80/hour
Before/After School Care:
We Care Workers - $10.10/hour
Certified (teaching) Substitute positions:
Teachers (must hold a 4-year degree not necessarily in Education) - $125.00/day, after 20 random assignments $140.00/dayTeacher and Students
If interested in any of the above employment opportunities, please email Kathy Burnett at [email protected]