Mentorship is proven to increase positive outcomes in education and well-being for students. Principal Saunya Goss of Battle Academy has a vision to see her school filled with mentors for students. Specifically, Principal Goss invites mentors from the local business community to spend 30 minutes a week with an elementary student for each week during the month of March. Together with their students, mentors read, play games, and talk about the day at school. All students need positive role models. While many already have access to a parent or relative they see as a role model, there are still many without a positive adult mentor in his or her life. Just a few minutes a week with the consistency of a mentor can help students in a variety of ways, from general encouragement to specific skill building. The time investment is small, but the impact can be profound.